DANDELION TEA BAGS: INTRO
Dandelion Tea Bags are a convenient way to make a delicious cup of dandelion tea. Dandelion Tea is an extremely popular herbal tea that can be made with different parts of the dandelion plant. Dandelion leaf tea is made using the leaves, and dandelion root tea is made with the roots. I include my favorite brands of these awesome Tea Bags below.
Learn about the Dandelion Tea Detox on my related post.
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Please speak with your primary care physician prior to consuming these Tea Bags. Dandelion tea is generally considered to be safe for most of the population, but it may interact with certain prescription medications and blood thinners. There is a higher risk of allergic reaction from this form of herbal tea, so individuals with severe allergies should probably avoid consuming dandelion tea.
DANDELION TEA BAGS
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There are several brands and types of Dandelion Tea Bags on the market. This post contains a few of my favorite choices. This is my independent and unbiased recommendation, and I make it a priority to maintain trust. If you ever have any questions about my recommendations, please contact me.
Dandelion Tea Bags Benefits
Dandelion Tea Bags have the same health benefits as loose/raw dandelion tea. Dandelion tea is primarily consumed for improved digestion, liver function, and kidney function. It also has many other benefits that you can read about on my post titled, Health Benefits of Dandelion Tea. The Tea Bags are much quicker and easier to use compared to the loose tea.
Organic Roasted Dandelion Root Tea Bags
Dandelion Root Tea is one of the two primary types of dandelion tea. It is also known as dandelion coffee due to its taste, appearance, and use as an alternative to standard tea. Dandelion root tea is healthier than coffee and is caffeine-free. The roasted roots are much bolder and have a full flavor profile. This is currently my favorite brand of dandelion root tea bags, Matcha DNA. It can be used to make hot or iced tea, depending on your preference. This is a large box of 120 bags, so it will last a long time.
Dandelion Leaf Tea Bags
Dandelion leaf tea is the other form of dandelion tea. It is less bold than the dandelion roots listed above, but it still has many of the same health benefits. This form of the tea is not as popular, because many people prefer the taste of the roasted dandelion root tea. These tea bags are definitely still worth trying.
I hope that this post has given you some ideas for Dandelion Tea Bags to try. These tea bags are perfect if you are in a hurry or in the mood for a quick cup of tea. If you have any questions, please feel free to contact me or post it in the Comments section at the bottom of this post.
You probably already know, I prefer loose herbal tea over tea bags. Dandelion tea is no exception. If you would like to learn about the best way to consume dandelion tea without tea bags, check out my recipe links below:
My favorite Dandelion Root Tea Recipe
My favorite Dandelion Leaf Tea Recipe
Learn more about dandelion tea in this scientific study!
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2 Replies to “Dandelion Tea Bags”
Thanks for the tips! I always think tea bags are easier to work with than the other “do it yourself” teas!
Yes, tea bags are certainly user friendly, aren’t they? When you decide you want to move on to the next step of dandelion tea, we suggest that you look into Roasted Dandelion Root. It is fun and relatively easy to work with. Also produces a really delicious cup of tea!
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