Organic Dandelion Leaf Tea

USDA Organic Tea
Although you may think of dandelions as common weeds, their leaves are actually a highly nutritious and tasty food, and easily enjoyed as a brewed tea.

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Dandelion Leaf Tea

Steeping Instructions

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

  • Use 1 teabag per cup of boiling water.
  • Cover and steep for 5 to 9 minutes
  • Remove tea bag and enjoy!

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A plant that is said to have evolved about 30 million years ago deserves our respect, wouldn’t you say? So though you may deem dandelions as an unwelcome sight in your garden, don't be too quick to diss this ill reputed plant. These days, in some circles, dandelion leaf is known as a true superfood, able to sweep clean a plethora of minor ailments in a single bound. Interesting fun fact: we call this everyday flower dandelion only because the French first termed it dent-de-lion, which translates to “lion’s tooth,” and was so named due to the appearance of its leaves that resemble lions’ teeth.

What Exactly is Dandelion Leaf?

Scientifically classified in the taraxacum genus, dandelions are a member of the Asteraceae family, and native to Eurasia and North America. Every part of the dandelion is edible, and quite nutritious to boot! As incredible as this may sound, some botanists have divided dandelions as a species into as many as 2000 microspecies, with about 235 having been recorded in Great Britain and Ireland. So, with dandelions being so prevalent the world over, it’s a good thing they’re so good for you! Let’s dig in a bit deeper now on that front now.

Health Benefits of Dandelion Leaf Tea

Leaves, stems, flowers and roots are all edible, and all boast high nutritional value. From a sautéed side dish, to an ingredient in salads, to even wine, a caffeine-free coffee, and even part of a traditional British soft drink, dandelion most obviously has not been overlooked throughout the history of civilization. As a medicinal plant, dandelion has been used for thousands of years, and history reports its use in treating a variety of mild to severe conditions. Loaded with vitamins and minerals, most especially vitamins A, C, and K, the easiest way to get your Dandy on is enjoying a simple cup of Buddha Teas Dandelion Leaf Tea.

What Does Dandelion Leaf Taste Like?

A gorgeous yellow ochre, with a neutral scent, the pleasure of Buddha Teas Dandelion Leaf Tea begins with the eyes. If you’ve got a clear cup or pot in which to brew your tea, do it, because visually speaking, our Dandelion Leaf Tea is stunning. You’ll be glad to know that unlike some super beneficial teas that may be somewhat off-putting taste-wise, this one isn’t. Smooth, subtle, with just a hint of the bitter to let you know it’s working, adding a touch of honey may be a welcome addition for those who go for the sweet.

How to Brew Dandelion Leaf Tea

Buddha Teas Dandelion Leaf Tea needs a good boil and a decent steep, perhaps 5-9 minutes. Enjoy hot or cold, in order to fortify your body day and night.

Why choose Buddha Teas?

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What sets us apart from other tea companies? We start with a philosophy of living in harmony with nature, not using it for profit. Buddha Teas uses only fresh, pure organic or sustainably wild harvested ingredients and maintains their natural purity in every tea we sell. We have also created the "Teas for Trees" campaign, planting 5000 trees a year to offset the paper use in our tea bags. Each of our tea bags is bleach-free to eliminate the risk of chemicals, and our boxes are made from 100% recycled material. When you buy Buddha Teas, you'll enjoy the fresh, full flavor of a truly natural tea in every sip.

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Buddha Teas is always looking for ways we can give back to our world. Our Tea for Trees campaign is designed to restore one of our most important resources and offset the use of paper in our products. We’ve partnered with the National Forest Foundation’s “Trees for US” program to plant thousands of trees every year. Every box you purchase helps us to support this cause. Read more about it here.

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Review Title: Dandelion

Review by Jean J.on January 22, 2018
I am very satisfied.
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Review Title: Robin Wilson

Review by Robinon January 1, 2018
Love this tea with just a little honey.
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Review Title: Excellent

Review by Heikaon July 12, 2017
Tea was excellent and super smooth. Tastes even better with a touch of honey.
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Review Title: Refreshing and healthy

Review by Rufuson November 22, 2016
I have a health problem and this tea seems to help with blood levels
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Review Title: Excellent digestive tea

Review by Stephanieon September 6, 2016
Flavor is light , very digestive for after meal and stimulate stomach liquid to digest well.
Strongly recommend
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Review Title: Great Tea

Review by Stevenon March 22, 2016
Great for sugar levels. Gives a little zing
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Review Title: Surprisingly Good even when Cold

Review by Marilynon March 17, 2016
On a natural doctor's order to try Dandelion Leaf tea for my health, I found this has a nice taste to it. Not strong nor bitter. Have had it hot and cold. Even my 15 year old likes it!
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Review Title: Like it

Review by Reneeon April 15, 2015
Dandelion leaf tea has a pleasant "green" taste. Will definitely buy again. Just be careful when opening.
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Review by Marieon February 17, 2015
Love it! It's just what I was looking for. The taste is not bad.
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Review Title: I liked it with honey

Review by Dorotheaon July 18, 2013
It’s a pretty grassy tea, but adding some honey made it better. Overall not a bad tea.
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