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DANDELION LEAF Organic Tea | Taraxacum officinale

 

Welcome to Sacred Plants Australia.

 

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We currently have available:

 

DANDELION LEAF Organic Tea - Taraxacum officinale

 

Available in 50g and 100g packs.

 

Our certified organic Organic Dandelion Leaf is potent with a high quality medicinal profile.

 

Dandelion tea is used in the treatment of muscle aches, loss of appetite, upset stomach, intestinal gas, gallstones, joint pain, eczema and bruises. It also increases urine production and serves as a laxative to increase bowel movements.

 

Some people use Dandelion to treat infections and especially viral infections. It’s also used as a skin toner, blood tonic and digestive tonic.

 

You can also use Dandelion Leaf to make a delicious and super healthy tea. It’s considered one of the top healthy drinks.

 

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SPECIAL NOTE

 

We do not advocate the use of any herb in any particular way. We aim to support and encourage education around the traditional use of sacred plants. All information herein is provided for historical, educational and research purposes only.

 

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Sacred Plants Australia

DANDELION LEAF Organic Tea | Taraxacum officinale

SKU: Dandelion Leaf Tea Taraxacum officinale
PriceFrom AU$13.50
  • Dandelions, also known as Taraxacum officinale, are a type of flowering plant native to Europe, Asia and North America.

     

    As a member of the Daisy family of plants, Dandelions are related to Dahlias, Thistle, Ragweed, Lettuce, Artichokes and Sunflowers.

     

    Dandelions produce many small yellow flowers, called florets, which collectively form one flower head. Once it has finished flowering, the flower head dries out, the florets drop off and a seed head is formed. The Dandelion seeds are then naturally dispersed by the wind.