You may be familiar with dandelion as a stubborn garden weed, however in traditional herbal medicine dandelion is revered for its wide array of medicinal properties.
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You may be familiar with dandelion as a stubborn garden weed, however in traditional herbal medicine dandelion is revered for its wide array of medicinal properties. 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.
|Botanical Name||Taraxacum officinalis|
|Country of Origin||China|
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