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There’s evidence that dandelion has been used as far back as 659 A.D. In ancient Chinese medicine, this plant was used to treat indigestion. In the West, the dandelion began to be used as a medicinal plant around the 10th century.
Today, dandelion herb cut can be used in applications such as tinctures and poultices, and many people also take it in capsule or tea form to help support healthy skin and body. They are a natural remedy that has a host of potential health benefits. Dandelion herb can also be added as an edible flower garnish for cakes and baked goods.Contact Us
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Frequently Asked Questions
The herb can be used for a wide range of health products, including tinctures, herbal supplements, capsules and tea infusions.
It’s a highly nutritious herb, packed with vitamins, minerals and antioxidants. It’s believed that dandelion has a wide range of health benefits, including helping to regulate blood sugar and promote liver health.
Once opened, place inside an airtight container. Read the label carefully and label your container with the best before date.
Yes, the yellow petals can be eaten. In fact, the only part of the dandelion flower that’s not edible is the stem.