Dandelion root

Common dandelion – Taraxacum officinale

Dandelion preparations stimulate the digestive tract, as well as the glands. They cause an increased secretion of the pancreas, gallbladder, intestinal and gastric glands, and salivary glands. Dandelion is processed for tea, tea blends and fresh juice. The teas stimulate metabolism, and all organs to excrete excess substances from the body. We use such teas for additional treatment of rheumatic diseases, for skin impurities, and because of its diuretic effect. Dandelion is good and it is an aquaretic, which is the name for plants that stimulate the kidney blood supply and increase the urine excretion. Bitter substances facilitate expectoration and stimulate the work of bronchial substances. The root and green parts are collected in the spring before flowering, when bitter substances are at their peak. Dandelion grows from the lowlands to the foothills, on meadows, roads, fields and in the bushes.

Dandelion root products