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Curejoy Impact: I Tried Dandelion Root Tea And It Worked

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As an avid CureJoy reader and disciple, about six months ago I took a suggestion to heart and tried out Dandelion Root tea for the first time. The benefits of dandelion root tea are countless, but its helpful properties for regulating the digestive system, weight loss, and its ability to enhance mood were the key things for me. This bitter tea is earthy, flavorful, and a great way to start or finish the day.

Yoga has been a part of my life for well over a decade. I’ve been a dancer, so I am highly attuned to my body, since age two. But I’ll admit that I’m a bit of an Ayurveda novice.

What I’ve learned so far, however, has been amazing.

As an avid CureJoy reader and disciple, about six months ago I took a suggestion to heart and tried out Dandelion Root tea for the first time. I was able to find Traditional Medicinals’ dandelion root tea easily available in store at my local organic and natural foods store Vitality and Health in Astoria, New York as well as on Amazon.

The benefits of dandelion root tea are countless, but its helpful properties for regulating the digestive system, weight loss, and its ability to enhance mood were the key things for me.

This bitter tea is earthy, flavorful, and a great way to start or finish the day. It’s gentle yet incredibly effective in moving along the digestive system and beyond the tranquil act of preparing and drinking tea, I found that it did in fact improve moods. With no side effects, this natural herbal tea also assists in reducing bloating, reducing high blood pressure, and alleviating symptoms of aching joints.

Additional health benefits of the dandelion herb include flushing out organs, especially the liver, as well as providing the drinker with immense nutritional value.

Whether you’re looking to naturally reduce the risk of urinary tract infections, or are looking for a organic way to regulate digestion and bowel movement, dandelion root tea is worth checking out.

 

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Dinah Alobeid

Dinah is a writer, dancer, and PR professional. An avid yogi and Ayurveda enthusiast, she loves to learn about new meditation strategies, healthy eating recipes, exercise best practices, and more. She loves to share and discuss that knowledge with everyone, so feel free to start a conversation!

Dinah Alobeid

Dinah is a writer, dancer, and PR professional. An avid yogi and Ayurveda enthusiast, she loves to learn about new meditation strategies, healthy eating recipes, exercise best practices, and more. She loves to share and discuss that knowledge with everyone, so feel free to start a conversation!

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Ilse Wenzel
Ilse Wenzel 5pts

Am really getting a lot out of your posts, like them very much

Donna Harris
Donna Harris 5pts

Andrea-I'm not fond of bitter....but wonder if this would help in calming you?

Vidya Shinde
Vidya Shinde 5pts

I think I have, they look wild, can v buy frm shop, benefits, precaution. ?

Ruth Tellez
Ruth Tellez 5pts

I just started drinking Dandelion root tea. I think its great!

Natalie Ann
Natalie Ann 5pts

I add a splash of cranberry juice& lemon and drink it cold!

freelanceguy21
freelanceguy21 5pts

Great article, I've personally seen amazing results with dandelion. Anyone interested in herbal remedies should definitely check out the ebook 10 super herbs that will change your life forever. You can download it for free here: tensuperherbs.com. I bought a few of the herbs from the book and my life has changed completely