{"id":1010553651315,"title":"Dandelion Leaf Tea - Bulk Organic","handle":"dandelion-leaf-tea-bulk-organic","description":"All of our bulk loose leaf teas come with a free reusable muslin tea bag. Few people would purposefully plant dandelions on their property, though herbalists are more than happy when the plants appear. The plant can proliferate easily after the plant flowers and goes to seed. Dandelions can reproduce from the root as well; pulling the top part of the plant from the ground will not kill this hardy plant. Every part of the dandelion is edible. The roots of the plant can be harvested and cooked with other root plants, such as potatoes and carrots. The root is mildly bitter and may be par-boiled prior to adding it to other roots in a cooking pot. The root is also roasted and ground and used as a coffee substitute. The yellow blossoms are also edible. People may deep-fry them, add them to salads or even pickle them. The yellow blossoms are also the part of the dandelion used in wine making. The dandelion leaf is the most often eaten part of the plant. The leaves can be used in salads or dried and made into dandelion loose leaf tea. The leaves are bitter, but are less so when picked before the plant blooms or after a frost. Dandelion Loose Leaf TeaDandelion herbal tea is made from the dried leaves of the plant. The leaves are full of nutrients and are loaded with iron and calcium as well as other vitamins and minerals. The main active ingredients found in dandelion leaves are eudesmanolide and germacranolide. Dandelion tea can be used in the following ways: As a gentle diuretic To support already healthy cholesterol levelsAs an appetite stimulant To purify the liver and gallbladder Making Dandelion TeaMaking dandelion tea is simple. Use two teaspoons of dried dandelion in 8 ounces of hot water. Steep for several minutes. If you are not used to the bitterness of the leaves, add a sweetener before drinking. An extract is also made of the leaves and can be used for making tea. The recipe for the extract is the same as for the dried leaf tea: two teaspoons of dandelion extract in 8 ounces of hot water.Iced tea brewing method: (to make 1 liter\/quart): Place 5 tea bags into a teapot or heat resistant pitcher. Pour 1 1\/4 cups of freshly boiled water over the tea itself. Steep for 5 minutes. Quarter fill a serving pitcher with cold water. Pour the tea into the serving pitcher straining the tea bags. Add ice and top-up with cold water. Garnish and sweeten to taste. 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Dandelion tea can be used in the following ways: As a gentle diuretic To support already healthy cholesterol levelsAs an appetite stimulant To purify the liver and gallbladder Making Dandelion TeaMaking dandelion tea is simple. Use two teaspoons of dried dandelion in 8 ounces of hot water. Steep for several minutes. If you are not used to the bitterness of the leaves, add a sweetener before drinking. An extract is also made of the leaves and can be used for making tea. The recipe for the extract is the same as for the dried leaf tea: two teaspoons of dandelion extract in 8 ounces of hot water.Iced tea brewing method: (to make 1 liter\/quart): Place 5 tea bags into a teapot or heat resistant pitcher. Pour 1 1\/4 cups of freshly boiled water over the tea itself. Steep for 5 minutes. Quarter fill a serving pitcher with cold water. Pour the tea into the serving pitcher straining the tea bags. Add ice and top-up with cold water. Garnish and sweeten to taste. "}

Dandelion Leaf Tea - Bulk Organic

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All of our bulk loose leaf teas come with a free reusable muslin tea bag. Few people would purposefully plant dandelions on their property, though herbalists are more than happy when the plants appear. The plant can proliferate easily after the plant flowers and goes to seed. Dandelions can reproduce from the root as well; pulling the top part of the plant from the ground will not kill this hardy plant. Every part of the dandelion is edible. The roots of the plant can be harvested and cooked with other root plants, such as potatoes and carrots. The root is mildly bitter and may be par-boiled prior to adding it to other roots in a cooking pot. The root is also roasted and ground and used as a coffee substitute. The yellow blossoms are also edible. People may deep-fry them, add them to salads or even pickle them. The yellow blossoms are also the part of the dandelion used in wine making. The dandelion leaf is the most often eaten part of the plant. The leaves can be used in salads or dried and made into dandelion loose leaf tea. The leaves are bitter, but are less so when picked before the plant blooms or after a frost. Dandelion Loose Leaf TeaDandelion herbal tea is made from the dried leaves of the plant. The leaves are full of nutrients and are loaded with iron and calcium as well as other vitamins and minerals. The main active ingredients found in dandelion leaves are eudesmanolide and germacranolide. Dandelion tea can be used in the following ways: As a gentle diuretic To support already healthy cholesterol levelsAs an appetite stimulant To purify the liver and gallbladder Making Dandelion TeaMaking dandelion tea is simple. Use two teaspoons of dried dandelion in 8 ounces of hot water. Steep for several minutes. If you are not used to the bitterness of the leaves, add a sweetener before drinking. An extract is also made of the leaves and can be used for making tea. The recipe for the extract is the same as for the dried leaf tea: two teaspoons of dandelion extract in 8 ounces of hot water.Iced tea brewing method: (to make 1 liter/quart): Place 5 tea bags into a teapot or heat resistant pitcher. Pour 1 1/4 cups of freshly boiled water over the tea itself. Steep for 5 minutes. Quarter fill a serving pitcher with cold water. Pour the tea into the serving pitcher straining the tea bags. Add ice and top-up with cold water. Garnish and sweeten to taste.