What is the first thing that you think of when you hear Dandelion? Maybe a pretty yellow flower that grows without being planted? A pesky weed that pops up in your lawn? Or perhaps children making wishes? However you choose to think about it, we hope that you add health benefits to that list!
Believe it or not, Dandelion has been used as a dietary herbal supplement for many years. It contains Vitamin A, B- Complex, C, and E, biotin, calcium, choline, inositol, iron, linolenic acid, magnesium, niacin, PABA, phosphorus, zinc, potash, protein resins and sulfur. It has been known to aid in digestion, and improve kidney, liver, spleen, pancreas and bladder function.
So how does one acquire Dandelion? You have a few options! Fresh Dandelion greens are a delicious addition to salads or awesome sauteed. For a delicious Dandelion green recipe click HERE. There are a large variety of Dandelion teas available in your local health store, or online. If you want to read more about Dandy Blend tea please click HERE.
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