Taraxucum officinale

origin : China (raw & roasted) & Croatia (leaf)

 

Taraxacum officinale is the Latin name for the common dandelion that produces Dandelion Leaf. These herbs are very common throughout the world, to the point that they are considered a weed. The leaves of these herbs are gathered in the spring season and then dried for use.

The dried c/s organic Taraxacum officinale leaves may be used to make a tea, naturally high in potassium salts. Bulk dandelion leaf powder is also has stimulant properties.

 

MAIN ACTIONS :

  • antispasmodic
  • analgesic
  • diuretic
  • deeply relaxing (good for meditation)

 

ENERGETICS :

  • warm + bitter

 

Warning: It is not advised to take dandelion herbs if your bile ducts are blocked or gall bladder is inflamed, or if you have a blockage of the intestines.

Dandelion

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