Dandelion has been used in both ancient Chinese medicine as well as Native American medicine for thousands of years.
Supports Your Liver
Dandelion root tea supports your liver as well as your urinary tract system.
It is a diuretic, and it causes your body to release excess water which in turn results in toxins being flushed out of your system.
Also, because it flushes out your body, it inhibits the growth of bacteria within your urinary tract system and prevents UTI’s, bladder and kidney infections.
High In Antioxidants
Like most tea, dandelion root is very high in antioxidants and thus prevents free radical damage and slows aging.
Regulates Blood Sugar Levels
Dandelion is also very beneficial for those who suffer from diabetes. Researchers discovered through animal studies that consuming dandelion tea resulted in more stable blood sugar and insulin levels.
Supports Digestive Health
Dandelion also stimulates the production of bile, which is a digestive enzyme made by your liver that is meant for digesting fat.
Many people suffer from low bile levels, and this prevents them from digesting all the nutrients that they need from fats.
So if you are deficient in any fat soluble vitamins, such as vitamin D, E, A or K2 dandelion root tea is a great support to help your body correct these deficiencies.
Inflammation can wreak havoc on your body. Causing a flare up of painful symptoms (such as joint pain for those with arthritis) and an overstimulation of your immune system.
Dandelion tea will soothe inflammation in your body and alleviate the symptoms of it.
Even though it doesn’t taste like a vanilla latte, its health properties are worth every sip 🙂
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