Dandelion Flower Tea

Dandelion Flower Tea

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Dandelions are known as common weeds by many people, but traditional medicine regards them as powerful healers. They potent for blood purification, liver cleansing, and bile-flow boosting. These qualities are very useful during an annual spring detox.

Foraging dandelions is a very easy task, since these beautiful flowers grow literally everywhere! A word of caution though, pick your dandelions from pristine, ecologically clean areas, and NEVER from chemically treated lawns or along roadsides.

Dandelion flower tea has a pleasant mild taste which is well complemented with lime and honey.

Dandelion Flower Tea

Serves 1
  • 1 cup Water
  • 1 small handful (1/3 cup) Freshly Picked Dandelion Flowers
  • 1 slice Lime
  • Raw Organic Honey to taste
  1. Place the dandelion flowers in a cup with a strainer.
  2. Pour hot (not boiling-hot) water in the cup.
  3. Steep for 7-10 minutes.
  4. Strain.
  5. Add the honey and lime.
  6. Enjoy!

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Larisa loves and lives Ayurveda. She is a certified Ayurvedic Practitioner through the National Ayurvedic Medical Association, and applies "the science of life" to every aspect of her lifestyle from cooking to gardening. She is constantly and enthusiastically inspiring others to enjoy the benefits of leading a more natural, Ayurvedic, and joyous life through her recipes, articles, gardening, teaching, workshops, and warm personality!

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