Roasted Dandelion Root Tea has many health benefits.
Could the dandelion that causes angst for lawn lovers really benefit your health? Several sources point to dandelion root’s ability to ease digestive distress, curb cravings, act as an important liver detox, and balance blood sugar. Is dandelion root tea a good option for you? Keep reading so you can decide.
Some of the Benefits of Roasted Dandelion Root Tea
- Curbs cravings – drink it whenever you are in a crave fest (BEFORE you cave to the crave)
- Detoxifies your liver – studies are promising about the detox ability of the root
- Lowers overall blood sugar levels
- Supports healthy blood circulation
- Eases bloating and shed excess water weight
- Contains important nutrients including, iron, zinc, potassium, calcium, magnesium, and vitamins B and C
I personally drink dandelion root tea in the morning as a stand-in for coffee. It’s dark, rich flavor is reminiscent of coffee without caffeine. I also love it in the evening in that zone between dinner and bed when my cravings kick in for things I know won’t serve me. I find that a cup of the tea helps me feels satisfied until bed.
Is Dandelion Root Tea Right For You?
Though side effects are rare, they can include upset stomach. Also, avoid dandelion root tea if you:
- have ulcers
- take lithium
- are allergic to latex or iodine
- are allergic to dandelion
Where to find Dandelion Root Tea
I have success finding the tea at my local Wholefoods and Kroger. For convenience, I also order online. Here’s where you can find it online: Traditional Medicinals Organic Roasted Dandelion Root, 16-Count Boxes (Pack of 3)
Leave a comment to let me know how you like it!