Review: Kiss Me Organics Dandelion Root Tea with Hibiscus & CinnamonMarch 11, 2015
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The Dandelion is often considered an invasive weed that pops up over our beautiful green lawn and gardens. Luckily, it is also an excellent food and herbal source packed high in calcium, magnesium, iron, zinc, potassium, and vitamins which purify the blood, regulating blood sugar and improving blood circulation. Also great for relieving bloating, while aiding in weight loss.
All about Dandelion Root:
The Dandelion root is rich in Vitamins A, B-complex, C, D and K as well as minerals; potassium, iron and zinc. These vitamins have been proven successful in the treatment of depression and mood disorders (Vit. B), treating liver dysfunction (Iron), and an immune booster (Vit. C).
Used for many years, the Dandelion root is made into a delicious and nutritious tea, making it easy to consume and easy to reap the rewards and its many benefits.
Health Benefits of the Dandelion Root:
Regulates Blood Pressure / Vitamin Rich
Kiss Me Organics Dandelion Root Tea contains cinnamon and hibiscus. Hibiscus has been shown to help regulate blood pressure and cinnamon regulates blood sugar and reduces bad cholesterol. A wonderful herbal tea to rid the liver and kidneys from toxins while improving health and digestion.
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Growing up, I enjoyed a soft, fizzy drink called Dandelion and Burdock. It was my favorite drink for a long time! I didn't think about any benefits, I just enjoyed the taste. I have been trying to add more natural and organic products to my diet instead of coffee and caffeine tea with milk and find herbal teas are a great way to do that, and most are loaded with many benefits. I received my shipment of Kiss Me Organics Dandelion Root Tea fast and have been enjoying a cup every day since - I really like it, the smell is inviting and the taste is delicious, not bitter at all, although I do add a little spoonful of sugar to sweeten it up, a sweetner may not be needed for all. I read that this tea is nice and refreshing cold, (refrigerated) I have not tried this yet and do prefer it nice and hot, but that may change once the weather does too! I am really enjoying this tasty tea. What is your favorite herbal tea? Have you tried this one?
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