Dandelion Root Tea

FREE CAFFEINE COFFEE ALTERNATIVE

Directions

Place 1-3 tea bags in a cup. Pour boiling hot water over tea bag. Allow to sit 5-7 minutes or until cool. Add sweetener to taste (we recommend organic agave or stevia). Add milk of choice if desired. Makes delicious lattes and cappuccinos too (just add frothed milk)! Enjoy hot or iced. Originally traded as a healing tea on the famous Silk Road, dandelion root tea is an ancient traditional remedy. Dandelion has been used by ancient cultures from around the world for centuries to support digestion and to support healthy liver function.* Dandelion root tea has been the subject of many clinical studies for it’s many properties.

  • 100% USDA certified organic
  • Delicious for lattes and cappuccinos
  • Packed for maximum freshness and taste
  • Sustainably farmed and sourced
  • Individually packed tea bags for convenience
  • Naturally caffeine free

This delicious tea has subtle floral notes with a slight nutty flavor and an inherent bitter quality which many liken to coffee. This tea can be made hot or cold and sweetened to taste.

FAQ

Frequently Ask Questions

WHAT IS DANDELION TEA™?

120 INDIVIDUALLY WRAPPED TEA BAGS. For centuries, Dandelion has been traditionally used by herbalists as a cleansing herb to support liver health.

This ORGANIC ROASTED DANDELION ROOT TEA by DandelionDNA contains 100% USDA Organic Dandelion Root that has been lightly roasted to bring out the delicate flavor similar to that of a mild coffee.

WHY DANDELION TEA™ IS GOOD FOR ME ?

Dandelion root supports LIVER FUNCTION, KIDNEY HEALTH and HEALTHY DIGESTION.
Toxins can build up over time in the kidney and liver and you can support these vital organs naturally.

Digestive Aid – Dandelion acts as a mild laxative that supports and promotes digestion and appetite.

Kidney Support – This natural tea is a diuretic that supports and helps the kidneys clear out waste, salt, and excess water. This could inhibits microbial growth in the urinary system too.

Liver Support – Dandelion has been shown to support liver function by helping removing toxins and reestablishing hydration and electrolyte balance.

Rich In Antioxidants – Every part of the dandelion plant is rich in antioxidants .

COFFEE ALTERNATIVE – Our Roasted Dandelion Tea is also a great coffee alternative and can be used instead of coffee. Naturally Caffeine-Free

HOW CAN I DRINK DANDELION TEA™?

Place 1-3 tea bags in a cup. Pour boiling hot water over tea bag. Allow to sit 5-7 minutes or until cool. Add sweetener to taste (we recommend organic agave or stevia). Add milk of choice if desired. Makes delicious lattes and cappuccinos too (just add frothed milk)! Enjoy hot or iced.

WHAT IS THE HISTORY OF DANDELION TEA™?

Originally traded as a healing tea on the famous Silk Road, dandelion root tea is an ancient traditional remedy. Dandelion has been used by ancient cultures from around the world for centuries to support digestion and to support healthy liver function. Dandelion root tea has been the subject of many clinical studies for it’s many properties.

WHAT TASTE CAN I EXPECT FROM DRINKING DANDELION TEA™?

This tea has a slight nutty flavor and an inherent bitter quality which many liken to coffee. This tea can be made hot or cold and sweetened to taste.

IS DANDELION TEA™ ORGANIC, VEGETARIAN OR VEGAN?

Absolutely yes. Our tea is 100% vegetarian.
Gluten free and sustainably farmed and sourced.

ARE THERE ANY SIDE EFFECTS TO TAKING DANDELION TEA™?

There are no known negative side effects to drinking Dandelion tea. It is also naturally Caffeine-Free

IS DANDELION TEA™ GUARANTEED?

Yes, like all of our products, Dandelion Tea™ is backed by our 100% money-back guarantee. If for any reason you are not satisfied we offer a full and 100% refund.

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