Organic Herbal Tea の説明 from Traditional Medicinals
Goes with the flow, supportive.
Supports kidney function and healthy digestion.
Reason to Love
One person's weed is another person's wonder-herb. With a name stemming from the French translation dent-de-lion, literally meaning tooth of a lion, dandelions are easily identified not just by their bright yellow flowers, but also by their long, jagged, tooth-like leaves. Traditionally used to support kidney function by promoting flushing of the kidneys, we love how this blend of dandelion leaf and unroasted dandelion root also helps promote happy and healthy digestion.
Enjoyably mild and sweet.
Dandelion has been a treasured herb for thousands of years. Some of our favorite dandelion is sustainably harvested from the wild meadows of southern and eastern Europe. Dandelion roots are harvested in the early spring and late fall when the plant is dormant and has stored energy in the root. The leaves are harvested from late spring all the way through summer, when the plant's energy has moved above ground. Collecting according to this seasonal schedule helps us ensure that this tea will support kidney function and healthy digestion.
|1回あたりの使用量: 1 cup
|All Herbal Ingredients:
|-Organic dandelion herb with root (PhEur)
Non GMO - USDA Organic - Naturally Caffeine Free
-POUR 8 oz. freshly boiled water over 1 tea bag.
-COVER cup & STEEP for 10-15 minutes.
-SQUEEZE tea bag to ensure maximum goodness in your cup.
-ENJOY 3-4 cups per day. Best if drunk daily for up to 2 weeks, followed by a break of 1 week. For Adults Only!
Consult your healthcare practitioner prior to use if you have liver or gallbladder disorders, bowel obstruction or if you are pregnant or breastfeeding. Discomfort due to gastric hyperacidity may occur after taking herbs that contain bitter substances like chicory and dandelion. Do not use if you have kidney disease, diabetes, or heart failure or if you are allergic to plants in the daisy (Asteraceae) family, like Echinacea or dandelion. This product should be used for periods of up to 2 weeks, followed by a break before resuming.