DANDELION ROOT COFFEE: INTRO
Dandelion Root Coffee is spreading rapidly as people discover that it can be used as a healthier substitute for regular coffee. Dandelion Root Coffee does not contain caffeine, and it has several health benefits that aren’t present with regular coffee. This is a quick guide for Dandelion Root Coffee. If you would like to learn more about this amazing tea, check out my Dandelion Coffee Ultimate Guide.
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I always recommend consulting with a healthcare professional prior to consuming any type of herbal tea. Dandelion Root Coffee is considered a relatively safe form of herbal tea, especially if you avoid picking wild roots that might have been contaminated with herbicides or pesticides.
DANDELION ROOT COFFEE: GUIDE
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This is a short guide for Dandelion Root Coffee. It contains the main facts of this wonderful tea. If you would like to learn more, check out the ultimate guide through the link included at the bottom of the 1st paragraph.
Dandelion Root Coffee is made from the roots of the dandelion plant. Many people see this plant solely as a pesky weed. The dandelion is actually a plant with several health benefits. Many people pick their own dandelions and use the fresh roots for tea. Before attempting to use wild dandelions, you should always verify that the area has not been treated with chemicals and is clear of animal waste.
Dandelion Root Coffee Taste
Dandelion coffee is known for having a slightly bitter flavor, and the taste is very similar to dark coffee. The flavor is one of the main reasons why it used as a substitute for coffee. The bitter flavor is easily improved by adding milk, sugar and even honey. I always recommend trying different ingredients to help improve the flavor.
Finding the Best Dandelion Roots
I believe that loose herbal teas are healthier and taste more fresh than consuming tea bags. I have listed a link to one of my favorite brands of raw dandelion roots below. You can see more on my List of the Best Dandelion Roots for Tea.
Feel Good Organics: Raw Dandelion Roots – 1 pound
As mentioned above, this is my favorite brand of raw dandelion roots. Feel Good Organics (FGO) is still considered a relatively new brand offering dandelion roots, but I have been consuming them for months. This is a 1 pound package of fresh dandelion roots. I love that they are already cut, sifter, and are ready to go. They are certified organic, and they have been ethically sourced from Croatia. They are raw and not roasted, which I recommend to obtain the most health benefits. Feel Good Organics offers a full refund if you are not satisfied with your order. I recently bought two of these bags of Dandelion Roots, and I absolutely LOVE them!
Dandelion Coffee Benefits
Here is a visual that contains some of the major health benefits associated with consuming dandelion coffee. For a more extensive list, check out my post titled, Dandelion Root Tea Benefits
DANDELION ROOT COFFEE: CONCLUSION
I hope that this post has helped you learn that dandelions are not just pesky weeds. Below the surface of the earth, the dandelion roots can be used as the primary ingredient in a fabulous herbal tea. This tea, Dandelion Root Coffee, has helped many people kick their addictions to caffeine. If you have any questions regarding dandelion root tea, please contact me or post a comment at the bottom of this page.
Dandelion Root Coffee: Comments
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