Dandelion is a herbaceous plant, edible and native to the European continent. Usually characterized as a weed, the Dandelion easily adapts to different climates. Its most common uses are in children's games or as an exquisite ingredient in salads.
Ingredients: 100% Dandelion Plant (Taraxacum officinale L.).
Flavour: intense and sweet.
Much of its benefits result from the antioxidant properties that can promote the proper functioning of the body, especially in the possible regulation of renal and hepatic functions. Therefore, it can prevent the formation of stones in the gallbladder and fight jaundice, even poor digestion. Dandelion tea can be an effective natural solution to reduce free radicals and the accumulation of fat in the liver, favoring the appearance of your skin. It will be an option for those who suffer from gastrointestinal diseases. Due to its vitamin component, Dandelion Tea can help to strengthen the immune system and improve vision, even blood circulation. In addition, it can promote weight loss.
This edible food (PANC) contains essential mineral salts that can positively influence your neurological, muscular, and bone well-being. It can also act in the reduction of cholesterol levels and sexual stimulation. Consumption of Dandelion Tea will be recommended to treat anemia and lack of appetite. It will have an effect to help in cases of cellulite, varicose veins, and menstrual cramps.
Water temperature: 100º
Infusion time: 5 to 10 minutes.
Method of preparation: put two tablespoons in a liter (1L) of boiled water. Then let it rest for the necessary infusion time, according to your taste. It must remain covered while it cools. You can accompany it with a mint leaf or a lemon peel.
Recommended quantity: three cups a day before each main meal
Storage method: store in a cool, dry place
Recommendations: people with hiatal hernia and esophagitis should consume this plant in moderation. If symptoms persist, seek medical advice. Also, be careful with taking this tea at the same time as your daily medication. There may be an incompatibility between the two which will lead to increased side effects. Excessive consumption of Dandelion Tea can cause diarrhea and stomach upset.
NOTE: the image shown was made in our company however the type of cut and dimensions of the plant may vary from supply to supply or time of year.