Organic Dandelion Root Tea

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Dandelions may be known today as a weed, but dandelion root tea dates back hundreds of years, and is a widely respected herbal tea tradition.

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Dandelion Root Tea

Steeping Instructions

Fresh water is essential for brewing a great cup of tea.

  • Use one teabag per cup of boiling water.
  • Cover and steep for 3 to 6 minutes.
  • Remove tea bag and enjoy!

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Dandelion Root Tea Health Benefits

Dandelion root tea is one of the most prominent herbal teas served today. Bearing a robust, earthy flavor, it has historically been offered as a coffee substitute, and works well for this purpose as it is caffeine-free. While most today think of dandelions as a frustrating weed, these resilient flowers are in fact one of the oldest and most respected herbs cultivated by humans, recorded as long ago as 10th century Arabia. Dandelion root can be served as a root vegetable, and once dried, is brewed into an invigorating cup of dandelion root tea. Its strong, rich flavor can appeal to many preferences, and can be complemented with milk, sugar or honey according to personal taste.

The Herbalist's Secret

Dandelion root tea may be centuries old, but the nutrients it has to offer are just as important today. This tea is a natural source of vitamins such as vitamin C, thiamin, riboflavin, and niacin. It is even a source of vitamin D, an essential vitamin not often found in plants. This root is also high in potassium, and offers other minerals as well, like calcium, iron, and manganese. With numerous constituents, including coumarins, lutein, saponins, mucilage and caffeic acid, it’s clear why dandelion root tea has been so highly regarded for so long.

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Similar Teas

Dandelion root tea benefits may have inspired you to pick up a box or a whole bulk order. However, a desire for variety may lead you to seek additional teas you can alternate with dandelion leaf. Chamomile tea has a delicious flavor and is refreshingly caffeine-free. Both chamomile and dandelion are sweet with a touch of honey, so incorporate them into your diet to provide enrichment into your diet and your lifestyle.

Why choose Buddha Teas?

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What sets us apart from other tea companies? When you purchase our teas, you'll know exactly what you're getting. Unlike many other companies, we pride ourselves on presenting our customers with a wide variety of pure herbal teas and tea blends that are packaged in bleach free tea bags. In addition to this, our focus lies in providing delicious, wholesome teas with no 'extra' ingredients so that you'll be getting the most out of every cup of tea. With Buddha Teas you'll find yourself pleasantly surprised by the pure quality of tea you'll be receiving.

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Good Review by Renee
Wish it wasn't roasted but still good. (Posted on April 15, 2015)
I like it Review by Dana
i started drinking dandelion tea and calendula(marigold) tea every day.I like this brand (Posted on April 23, 2014)
Great Value Review by Dave
I used to buy this tea from another company until a friend told me about Buddha Teas. I like the taste of yours more and the price even better! (Posted on October 24, 2013)
Love the Quality Review by Amy Clint
I have tried dandelion root tea from several different brands. What I like most about this one is that it’s completely organic. Even the bags are bleach-free. It’s a great price, and for someone who is really environmentally concerned like me, it’s very reassuring to know they are very eco-friendly. I really appreciate companies that go the extra mile for quality. (Posted on June 4, 2013)
A Good All-Around Tea Review by Tea Guru
When people ask me for a tea recommendation, I usually default to dandelion. I have not had anybody come back to me yet and say they hated it. (Posted on November 15, 2012)

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