the finest ingredient
what is dandelion?
With their vibrant yellow flowers, dandelions are the nemesis of gardeners the world over. But these pesky weeds have been an important ingredient in traditional remedies for centuries, with the flowers, leaves and root all being used to fight off common ailments.
organic dandelion root tea
how dandelion root tea is made
getting to the root
Dandelion root is used for making tea as this is where most of the goodness and flavour is.
naturally air dried
Once it’s been harvested, dandelion root is left to air dry, locking in its smooth, herbal flavour.
It’s then simply ground to release its natural flavour and bagged, ready to drop into a cup of hot water.
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7 key dandelion benefits
Dandelion has been used in traditional remedies as far back as the 10th century, partly because of how readily available it is but mainly due to the vast array of common ailments it’s thought to support. A popular detox drink, it’s caffeine free and a great alternative if you’re trying to cut down on coffee.
- Natural source of antioxidants
- Natural diuretic
- Could help to reduce cholesterol
- Supports detox
- Antibacterial properties
- Natural anti-inflammatory
- Supports digestion
how to drink your dandelion root tea
Dandelion tea is delicious on its own, but tastes even better with a dash of honey and lemon. Just add hot water to the bag and leave it to steep for three to six minutes to let the naturally sweet flavour shine through.
what will it taste like?
Dandelion is smooth and flavoursome with a rich silky taste. With slightly herby undertones, it’s a wonderfully refreshing alternative to coffee that you can enjoy all day long.
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