For centuries, this pretty yellow flower has been used to treat a myriad of physical ailments, including cancer, acne, liver disease and digestive disorders.
The flower, leaf and stem are edible when raw and are highly antioxidant.
This cleansing herb is known as a “bitter tonic" and stimulates digestion. The bitter taste comes from the mineral sulphur, which is essential for protein synthesis, liver detoxification, enzyme activity, healthy skin, hair and nails.
Some compounds in dandelion may lower cholesterol, which may decrease heart disease risk. This is an excellent herb to use for liver and kidney support.
Contradictions - Always check your medications for compatibility when supplementing with herbs and alternative healing methods.Those who suffer from allergies to members of the daisy family (ragweed) should consult a doctor or allergist before using Chamomile or Dandelion.
If your looking to detoxify the liver and kidneys, we recommend looking into Dandelion, Milk Thistle, Chickweed and Palo Azul.
A tincture is a liquid concentrated extract that is made from herbs to be ingested as a supplement to utilize that herbs beneficial properties. It is a quick and easy way to use herbs to assist with healing or as a preventative. Please see our article "What is a tincture" to understand more about them and the recommended dosages.
Tinctures have been proven to work faster, last longer and are stronger than most other forms of herbal supplements and have been used regularly for centuries.
1 ounce glass bottle with dropper included and the shelf life is 1 year.
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I've had skin issues like psoriasis most of my life, and can get some stubborn adult acne breakouts. I add a squirt of this tincture into a glass of ice water, then stir in with fresh lemon, lavendar honey and ginger root syrup. It takes the bitterness of the product and makes it easy to incorporate into my routine and promote healing from within.