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Dandelion Tea

Dandelion Tea

What is dandelion tea?

Despite being regarded as an annoying weed in many quarters, the dandelion. Dandelion tea can be made from the dandelion's flowers, leaves or roots. The taste will differ according to which part of the dandelion is used to make the tea. Dandelion tea flower petals make a sweet-tasting tea, while tea made from the root of the dandelion plant tastes bolder older and smokier. Teas made from the leaves have an earthy, herby flavour.

There are many home recipes for dandelion tea out there, however, while making your own may be appealing, it is important to remember that many dandelions may have been exposed to pesticides and other chemicals. A safe bet is to choose organic dandelion tea made in an organically safe environment.

Additionally dandelion tea makes a great coffee/caffeine substitute.

Does dandelion tea have caffeine?

Dandelion tea is caffeine-free - which is great if you’re looking to reduce your caffeine intake. However, for many of us reliant upon getting a burst of energy from caffeine, this may be a little off-putting. Interestingly, some research suggests that weaning ourselves off caffeine can actually result in us being more energetic than ever. The theory is that our body becomes conditioned to receiving the caffeine hit, and by weaning ourselves off it, our body may work to stimulate more energy naturally. 

Where to buy dandelion tea in Australia?

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