Digestive systems can be troublesome – we all know that constipation and stomach complaints can completely ruin your day, week or year.
Our Dandelion Tea will flush out toxins in the liver, and provide a smooth passage through the digestive tract.
Avoid uncomfortable bowel blockages by enjoying some Dandelion Tea with your meal, especially if fatty food is on the menu.
The delicate, nutty flavoured tea has been a favourite digestive aid for Chinese for centuries. As a natural aid to constipation sufferers, this dandelion tea is one to keep in the cupboard.
- Organic Dandelion Tea ( Taraxacum officinalis)
The diuretic properties of this Dandelion tea remove water weight and can reduce fatty content from the body. The dandelion roots and leaves are rich in vitamin A, C and D and also contain high amounts of zinc, iron, calcium and magnesium.
Dandelion has been used by many tribal groups to combat indigestion, heartburn, stomach aches and constipation as well as a treatment for cramps and PMS.
This Organic Dandelion Tea can be taken anytime however we recommend drinking during or directly after a meal.
- Do not exceed two cups per day.
Pouch: 50g, 40+ servings
Wholesale Pouch: 250g, 200+ servings
Made in Australia | Drunk by over 200k customers
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AMOUNT 1 tsp per 200ml
BREW TIME 5-6 mins
WATER TEMPERATURE 90⁰C
SERVING hot / cold
SHOULD I TAKE DANDELION TEA FOR CONSTIPATION?
Yes, this dandelion tea will help with relieving clogged bowels and general digestion.
WHAT DOES DANDELION TEA TASTE LIKE?
This Dandelion tea has a delicate, subtle flavour and can be enjoyed with honey, sugar or other sweeteners
WHEN IS THE BEST TIME TO DRINK THIS TEA?
Drinking this dandelion tea during or directly after a meal will greatly aid your digestion, especially for a particularly fatty meal.
IS DANDELION TEA SAFE TO DRINK?
For some individuals dandelion tea may have adverse effects.
Avoid this beverage if you are pregnant or are currently taking antacids, blood thinning medication, or lithium based medicine. As dandelion is a diuretic, it may reduce the effectiveness of antibiotics.
IS DANDELION A GOOD SUBSTITUTE FOR COFFEE?
Yes, it is. This Dandelion tea contains antioxidants in the same quantities as coffee, without the stimulant properties of caffeine. Like coffee it is also a diuretic and laxative.