Dec 12, 2012 ... Although considered a weed, dandelion root has a history of therapeutic use
since ancient times for its healthful properties and liver support.
Find patient medical information for DANDELION on WebMD including its uses,
effectiveness, ... People use the above ground parts and root to make medicine.
What's better than a plant that gives wishes when you puff it's fluff? A plant that
provides health benefits! Dandelion is an excellent food and medicine!
In the past, dandelion roots and leaves were used to treat liver problems. Native
Americans also boiled dandelion in water and took it to treat kidney disease, ...
The powdered and roasted root has been enjoyed as a coffee substitute and the
roots and leaves are both used in brewing dandelion wines, beer, and in ...
Dandelion root has long been held as a “liver tonic” in folk medicine. Preliminary
studies suggest this is due, in part, to its ability to increase the flow of bile.
Named “the small postman” in Persian because of the belief that dandelion
brings good news, we love how this mildly bitter, roasted root tea helps your
Is sipping on a cup of this bitter-tasting root tea the key to feeling your best?
Here's what the research says about the side effects, uses, and benefits of
Kiss Me Organic's raw Dandelion Root Tea with Hibiscus & Cinnamon supports
healthy digestion kidney health and liver function. Help flush the liver and ...
You can also use the dandelion root, stems and flowers to make a delicious and
super-healthy tea. Either way, you reap the benefits of this unexpected ...