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Dandelion leaves (Taraxacum officinale Weber) - 50 g

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Common name: Dandelion

Botanical name: Taraxacum officinale L.

Net weight : 50 g.

Availability: In stock

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Traditional use: to enable voiding (wash therapy urinary tract), as an adjunct in mild urinary disorders, situations where it is advisable to increase the urinary excretion, as rheumatism or prevention of urinary stones.

Description: Dandelion is an herbaceous plant that grows about 40 centimeters. The root is dark, with white latex. The leaves are bright green and are deeply divided on uneven triangular segments; leaves appear at the base, arranged circularly. The flowers are yellow, and are attached to the base by a long stalk. The fruits appear as vilano, which is carried by the wind. Plant very common throughout the northern hemisphere. It grows in damp places, pastures and abandoned fields.

Curiosities: Fresh leaves contain vitamins B and C and are consumed when they are tender and yet are not bitter, raw (in salads) and boiled or fried, stewed or for preparation of pies. Flowers, before opening, are prepared in some areas as pickles, vinegar and salt.
Roasted root has been used as a coffee substitute. The name "dandelion" comes from the triangular shape of its leaves; Other popular names refer to their intense bitterness: Amargón, bitter chicory. Other denominations speak of the popular consideration Dandelion as "urinary grass" pixallits, pixacá, pissenlit.

How to prepare the infusion: Pour a tablespoon in a cup of boiling water and let stand five minutes.
If you are root, bark or seeds than usual it is to boil five minutes.

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