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Dandelion based Self-care

Learn the secret benefits of dandelions and how they can be added to your everyday routine!

Spring has sprung and the dandelions are popping up everywhere! This beautiful weed can be both invasive and stubborn. However, the flower itself holds a secret that not many take advantage of. This week we're removing the stigma against the dandelion, and hopefully giving a new perspective on this common weed.

Spilling The Tea

While the little weed flower goes mostly unnoticed, you may be surprised to learn the dandelion is chock-full of vitamins A, B, C, and D, and also is a strong source of iron, zinc, and potassium. In many cultures, mainly in Europe and Asia, the dandelion is a symbol of resilience and hope. It's used in salves, scrubs, and even brewed in tea to accelerate healing.

The Root Cause

In addition to the flower of the dandelion holding health benefits, the root of the little weed also packs a punch. Studies have found that the dandelion root may promote better digestion by way of improving the functionality of both the gallbladder and liver. It also may help ease an upset stomach.

Revitalize & Energize

Our Revitalize & Energize herbal tea blend includes roasted dandelion root as its base ingredient. Along with ginger root, orange peel, and cardamom, this blend is a delightful way to incorporate the benefits of the dandelion into your daily routine, providing a burst of energy and revitalization. Starting your day with a cup of this blend will leave you feeling refreshed and ready to take on the world.

Tea Time

Fun fact of the day: In most "Flat-Belly Teas" you'll find that the most common ingredient is the dandelion. We mentioned before that the root of the dandelion helps detox the liver naturally and may improve gallbladder functionality. It also helps with soothing the digestive tract and could consequently act as a natural laxative, which helps to reduce signs of bloating.

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