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Dandelion Tea Benefits and What These Flowers Have to Offer

By Simon Crowther @prestigeflower

Dandelion tea benefits and what these flowers have to offer

Different plants contain different beneficial properties. By enjoying a tea or infusion made from these plants, we can enjoy the benefits they have to offer. If you have never tried dandelion tea, here are some reasons why you may like to add it to your diet.


When you see these flowers in a field, it's not uncommon for them to make you feel happy. When you enjoy a cup of dandelion tea, you will notice that it will help soothe those negative emotions and give you a lovely positive boost. This tea is often used as an alternative to conventional medications because it is natural and non-addictive.


Dandelion tea offers antioxidant and anti-inflammatory benefits. These benefits are excellent for your overall health. Even if you feel perfectly well, in general, drinking this tea regularly can help with problems you may not even be aware of.


Diuretics increase the production of urine which is great for eliminating toxins and ridding the body of excess water. If you suffer from water retention or bloating, a cup of dandelion tea can provide you with the relief that you so desperately need.

Better digestion

For those who suffer from digestive problems, dandelion tea can provide amazing relief. Indigestion, loss of appetite, constipation and other digestive problems are effectively soothed by drinking this tea on a regular basis. Dandelions contain inulin which is a soluble fibre. It helps relieve gastric irritation and it also acts as a prebiotic.

Liver health

There are a number of natural remedies that can help you protect your liver and improve liver function. Dandelion tea made from the root of this plant can help protect against liver stress that results from excessive alcohol consumption while a dandelion leaf extract benefits the liver of those with a high cholesterol diet.

With all of these dandelion tea benefits in mind, it's time to get brewing! Remember to always use quality flowers and plants when making your own teas and infusions. They should be washed thoroughly and, if possible, always choose organic!

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