Dandelion Root cut & sifted 1 oz.

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Health Benefits of Dandelion Root

The root of the dandelion is rich in the carbohydrate inulin, which is a type of soluble fiber found in plants that supports the growth and maintenance of a healthy bacterial flora in your intestinal tract. Dandelion are revered for their wide array of medicinal properties. For centuries, they’ve been used to treat a myriad of physical ailments, including cancer, acne, liver disease and digestive disorders. Health Benefits include;

  • Highly Nutritious and serve as an excellent source of vitamins A, C and K. They also contain vitamin E, folate and small amounts of other B vitamins.
  • Contain Potent Antioxidants. Dandelion contain high levels of the antioxidant beta-carotene, which is known to provide strong protection against cellular damage and oxidative stress.
  • Helps Fight Inflammation
  • Aids Blood Sugar Control. Chicoric and chlorogenic acid are two bioactive compounds in dandelion. They’re found in all parts of the plant and may help reduce blood sugar.
  • Reduces Cholesterol. Some of the bioactive compounds in dandelion may lower cholesterol, which may decrease heart disease risk.
  • Lowers Blood Pressure
  • Promotes a Healthy Liver
  • Aids Weight Loss
  • Fights Cancer. Perhaps one of the most intriguing health claims of dandelion is their potential to prevent the growth of cancerous cells in many different organ systems.
  • Supports Healthy Digestion and Treat Constipation
  • Boosts your Immune System.
  • Provides skin health, good for acne, 
  • Supports Healthy Bones


How to Use Dandelion Root

  • Most commonly used in dishes
  • Can be used as a tea, extract and tincture


Things to Know

  • Dandelion can cause allergic reactions, particularly in people with allergies to related plants like ragweed. Contact dermatitis can also occur in people with sensitive skin.
  • Dandelion may interact unfavorably with some medications, especially certain diuretics and antibiotics.
    If you’re taking any prescription medications, always consult your healthcare provide