Dandelion Root Tea (1-Pack)

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*****Dandelion Root Tea (1-Pack)

By Charlise Lee on May 1, 2015
Size: 5 pack | Verified Purchase

This is a really yummy tea. Not only does it taste good (my 8 year old son even enjoys it!), it is good for your body. It helps you to absorb more nutrients as well as helps with kidney functions!! The tea bags are a good size and the tea itself is good both hot and iced.

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Kiss Me Organics Raw Organic Dandelion Root Tea

1 pack (20 bags, 2 grams each)

Rich in nutrients, this Dandelion Root Tea is packed with Vitamins A, C, D, B-complex, Iron, Potassium, and Zinc, which supports liver health and a strengthened immune system. Our delicious Dandelion Root Tea is made from 100% certified organic ingredients and is all-naturally flavored with Hibiscus Ceylon Cinnamon. It’s also raw (not roasted), so all the healthy enzymes stay intact.  The tea comes with 100% customer satisfaction guarantee.

History of Dandelion Root in Medicine

Dandelion root, like many plants, leaves, flowers and roots has a long history of providing health benefits. In fact, much of what we know about dandelion root is due to how it has been used historically all over the world. From China to Europe to North America, people have found the dandelion root to be a powerhouse of health and a handy medicinal remedy.

Dandelion Root As a Remedy

Dandelion root has been used to counteract the effects of poison due to its diuretic properties. It has also seen use to treat mild forms of constipation. The ability to flush out toxins that may cause illness or death has made dandelion root a popular remedy throughout history. In India, the root of the dandelion is traditionally considered a cure-all for liver problems. The most popular remedy using dandelion root is a healing tea and Native Americans traditionally used “dandelion water” to treat a variety of ailments from skin problems to heartburn, swelling and even kidney disease.

Dandelion root can also work wonders for digestive problems as the root contains anti-inflammatory properties and is known to support digestion, reduce bloating and soothe an upset stomach.

Dandelion Root As Food

Dandelion Root Tea isn’t just a delicious beverage, you can also use brewed dandelion root tea as a substitute for water in your baking and smoothies. Add it to your oatmeal, cookies, pancakes and smoothies and get all the health benefits of dandelion root.

Dandelion root is filled with essential vitamins (A, B, C & D) and minerals (zinc, potassium and iron) that enhance its healing properties. Whether you need to flush toxins out of the body or improve digestion you will find a cup of dandelion root tea the perfect addition to a healthy lifestyle.

Raw Organic Dandelion Root Tea Health Benefits

Regulates Blood Pressure

Whether you currently suffer from hypertension (high blood pressure) or you fall into the risk categories for it, dandelion root can help support healthy blood pressure. Our premium Dandelion Root Tea is a mild diuretic which helps kidneys get rid of waste more efficiently. This includes excess water that can help lower blood pressure. But it is also the high amounts of fiber and potassium found in dandelion root that helps regulate blood pressure.

Detoxes the liver

Many people use detox cleanses to get rid of excess waste in the body, but did you know your body is already a detoxifying machine? One of the most powerful detoxifiers in the human body is the liver…when it is working properly. The job of the liver is to remove toxins from the body. But when the liver is overloaded, due to excess alcohol or protein intake, it can get sluggish and remove fewer toxins. This means those toxins can eventually make their way into the bloodstream and cause serious illness. Dandelion root has been shown effective in aiding hepatic (liver) disorder treatments making it the perfect detox tea. Just one cup a day can have a huge effect.

Aids in Digestion

Dandelion root tea is a great, gentle alternative to laxatives. Dandelion root contains the highest known concentration of the amino acid kynurenic acid, which supports bile production to aid digestion. Because it stimulates bile production, your body will be more efficient at transporting toxins out of the body. An added bonus of healthy digestion is that it prevents food from sitting and fermenting in the body, something that can cause a bacterial imbalance and lead to long term illnesses.

Contains Antioxidants

Dandelion Root Tea contains powerful antioxidants that help fight disease-causing free radicals in the body. A 2010 study published in the International Journal of Molecular Sciences showed a positive change in lipid profiles. Specifically, certain key enzymes experienced as much as a 40% increase when dandelion root was taken, compared to the control group. This is just a hint at the power of the dandelion root to fight atherosclerosis and other age-related illness.

In fact, several different studies, like this one and this one, have found dandelion root effective against oxidative stress that can lead to circulatory problems.

Contains Anti-inflammatory properties

Dandelion Root Tea is an anti-inflammatory tea which contains essential fatty acids, antioxidants, and phytonutrients that all reduce inflammation throughout the body. This can relieve pain and swelling.

Reduces Bloating

Both a natural diuretic and laxative, this bloating reduction tea can help regulate the digestive system. Drink a cup a day to help relieve bloating, water retention and menstrual cramps.

100% Naturally Caffeine-Free

Dandelion Root Tea is naturally caffeine-free, making it perfect for anyone with a caffeine sensitivity. You can drink it any time of day and it will not affect your sleep.

When it comes to Dandelion tea, raw root is always better than roasted, as the beneficial enzymes are preserved in the raw form of the root.

Ingredients in Our Raw Dandelion Root Tea

Our Dandelion Root Tea is 100% organic and all-naturally flavored with Ceylon Cinnamon and Hibiscus which are not only delicious, they also promote stable blood pressure and blood sugar levels. Ceylon Cinnamon is coumarin-free and contains the antioxidant compounds found in green tea. Studies have found that hibiscus can support normal blood pressure maintenance.

How to Prepare The Best Cup of Dandelion Root Tea

  1. Bring water to a boil.
  2. Pour 6 oz/ 177 ml hot water over tea bag in a mug.
  3. Steep tea for 3-6 minutes (depending on taste).
  4. Remove tea bag and enjoy.


What Makes Kiss Me Organics Dandelion Root Tea The Best Choice

Our Dandelion Root Tea is 100% Organic & Lab Tested For Quality Control

It’s raw, so you get ultimate nutrient absorption and it’s made with delicious Hibiscus and Ceylon Cinnamon. Our tea also comes with 100% Lifetime Money Back Guarantee, so if for any reason you are not satisfied with this product you can return it at any time for a full refund.

Whichever Dandelion Root Tea you decide to try, make sure it’s organic, raw, and lab-tested to ensure it’s free of harmful chemicals.

Try This Dandelion Root Tea Detox Water

Dandelion Root Detox Water (Makes 1.7 L)

This Dandelion Root Detox Water is made from the most potent liver-cleansing ingredients. Dandelion Root is high in potassium and fiber, and has mild diuretic effects which help flush your kidney and liver of toxins. It can also help you shed up to 5 pounds of water weight in 7 days!

Ingredients

60 ounces filtered water

1 tbsp sugar-free cranberry juice

1 Kiss Me Organics Raw Organic Dandelion Root Tea Bag

2 tbsp of freshly squeezed lemon juice

Instructions

Brew the tea bag as directed on the dandelion root tea box and let it cool (save the tea bag). Mix all ingredients together, plus the tea bag you set aside earlier. Drink a bottle a day for maximum effects.

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Q: Hello Firstly, I love your matcha and I'm a regular consumer (every day) My question is regarding your Dandelion tea which I've recently become a big fan of also, is how many carbohydrates if any does this tea have? Thank you and I look forward to your reply Kind Regards Mark Coates
— Asked by Mark on May 17, 2017
A: Great question Mark! For every 100g of the tea, there are only 0.41g of carbohydrates.Let me know if there is anything else I can help you with!
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Q: Amazon sells this tea but box says "raw organic" with Ceylon Cinnamon - is this the same thing? Box also looks different...
— Asked by Tracy on July 21, 2017
A: Hello Tracy, Ceylon is actually a kind of raw-organic cinnamon. Also, we just changed our packaging! How do you like the new design?
— http://jennifer
Q: Hi, I have been drinking your tea for few months now and someone ask me a questions that I could not answer; Is it only the root of the dandelion that is used in the tea or also other parts of the plant, like the stem or leaves?
— Asked by Michel on August 14, 2017
A: Excellent question! Our tea only has the best part and that is the root. Let me know if this helps!
— http://jennifer
Q: Is the Hibiscus in the Organic Dandelion Root Tea also just the root, or is the flower used? Has anyone ever had a allergic reaction to it? I want to try it, but thought I'd ask first.
— Asked by Kathryn on November 21, 2017
A: Excellent question! Our tea uses the hibiscus flower with the root of dandelion and ceylon cinnamon. If you think you might have an allergic reaction, we recommend seeing a doctor before you consume this tea. Thank you so much!
— http://jennifer
Q: Can you please confirm country of origin of the Organic Dandelion Root Tea? Thanks!
— Asked by Lila on June 12, 2018
A: I will be more than happy to! The dandelion root is harvested from Poland.
— http://jennifer
Q: is your dandelion root tea gluten free?
— Asked by nicolina on June 12, 2018
A: Absolutely! Let us know if there is anything else we can help you with :)
— http://jennifer
Q: What is the best time to drink this tea? I recently purchased this tea from Amazon .The pack doesn’t state the best time to have this tea.I am new to this tea .
— Asked by Aruna on June 12, 2018
A: You can have this tea whenever your heart desires! Most people drink the tea with their breakfast and before they go to bed. Let me know if this does not answer your question!
— http://jennifer

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