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Dandelion Tea Is A Great Source Of Energy. Find Out, How It Works.

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Dandelion tea is an excellent source of potassium, a mineral and electrolyte that stimulates the heartbeat. Potassium may help the kidney filter toxins more effectively and improve blood flow.

The polysaccharides in dandelion are known to reduce stress on the liver and support its ability to produce bile.

In traditional Chinese and Native American medicine, dandelion root has long been used to treat stomach and liver conditions. Herbalists today believe that it can aid in the treatment of many ailments, including acne, eczema, high cholesterol, heartburn, gastrointestinal disorders, diabetes, and even cancer.

It reduces water weight. If you're feeling bloated, dandelion tea could provide relief because it acts as a diuretic and increases urine output. One study showed an increased urine output after two 1-cup servings of dandelion tea made from the leaves of the plant.

When taken by mouth: Dandelion is likely unsafe for most people when taken by mouth in the amounts commonly found in food. Taking dandelion by mouth might cause allergic reactions, stomach discomfort, diarrhea, or heartburn in some people.

Also beneficial to the skin, dandelion tea reduces hormonal acne and hyperpigmentation, and is the best herbal tea choice if one is very sensitive to sunlight

Dandelion tea has long been considered a great source of energy. The leaves and roots of dandelion plants contain vital micronutrients as well as the pigment beta-carotene, a known antioxidant which works to lower blood pressure and increase liver function.

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