Where Did Dandelions Come from?

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It is said that dandelions are native to Europe and Asia. They are represented in all fifty states of the U.S. as well as Puerto Rico.
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Dandelions now can be found everywhere in the United States. The origin is from Europe and in Asia. Dandelions are used in foods but are widely used for medical reasons.
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