Types of Herbal Tea

Dandelion Tea Benefits

The health benefits of Dandelion tea’s are slowly getting the attention of health enthusiasts the world over. The common dandelion is an exceptionally nutritious food. While many consider the dandelion to be an aesthetic nuisance to a well-balanced garden, its defenders swear to the efficacy of its health benefits.

Dandelion leaves and roots contain substantial levels of vitamins A, C, D, and B complex as well as iron, magnesium, zinc, potassium, manganese, copper, choline, calcium, boron, and silicon. These elements are transferred to dandelion tea when the leaves and roots are infused in hot water.

The medicinal actions of dandelion tea seem to target the digestive and eliminative systems of the body. The dandelion leaf, for example, is an agent for stimulating the release of bile from the liver into the gallbladder, hence aiding in the digestion of fat.

It’s hard to imagine something as common as your garden or front yard dandelion cab hold so much healing power. You can consume this herbal tea with every meal so that your food is digested properly. Useful it to help care for your liver as we all get older and want to maintain a good quality of life in our later years.

The following are some more well-known health benefits of this tea:

  • Is an agent for keeping optimum liver, kidney and gallbladder functions.
  • Enhances detoxification by stimulating urination, as well as replacing the potassium lost to the increased volume of urine.
  • Is used to help in the health maintenance of those suffering from Type-1 and Type-2 diabetes.
  • Can be used for treatment of such liver disorders as hepatitis and jaundice.
  • Can be used for purifying the blood and cleansing the system.
  • Can help in relieving digestive disorders such as constipation and diarrhea.
  • Has properties that can help cleanse and improve the skin.