40g $9 Organic Dandelion Root Roasted – Small Bag
Dandelion Root Roasted has any earthy bitter flavour more like coffee and caffeine free.
Dandelion leaves also provide a substantial amount of several minerals including iron, calcium, magnesium and potassium. As well as being full of antioxidants, they are anti-inflammatory, promote a healthy liver, and are good for digestive issues. Dandelion leaves and flowers are also very good for the skin, reducing inflammation and protecting against free radical.
The root detoxifies the liver and gallbladder as it increases the bile to helps detoxify the liver and helps with liver disease, this may cause heartburn in some individuals.
You may be familiar with dandelion as a stubborn garden weed, make sure there is no chemical spray on the ones you pick as this is very harmful to your health, avoid glyphosates. The root is a diuretic, liver cleanser and detoxifier. It is rich in the carbohydrate inulin, a soluble fibre found in plants that supports the growth and maintenance of a healthy bacterial flora in the intestinal tract, making it an excellent digestive tonic and mild laxative.
Common medicinal uses include: natural laxative, helps anaemia, optimizes digestion, stabilizes mood swings.
Roasted Dandelion looks and tastes like coffee without the caffeine and with all the benefits of dandelion.
Dandelion leaves are an excellent source of vitamins A, C and K. They also contain vitamin E, folate and small amounts of B vitamins.
CAUTION: Do not consume if on any of these Rx drugs;
- Antibiotics; Avelox, Cipro, Levaquin, Noroxin
- Blood thinners
- Rx meds to prevent blood clots
- Heart Rx
- Blood pressure Rx
If you are allergic to chrysanthemums, daisies or ragweed avoid dandelion and please discontinue use if you have any reactions.
“The herbs listed by the National Kidney Foundation as having negative side effects on the renal system included alfalfa, aloe, bayberry, broom, buckthorn, capsicum, cascara, dandelion, ginger, ginseng, horsetail, licorice, ma huang, nettle, noni, pokeroot, rhubarb, senna, wormwood and yohimbe.”