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Dandelion Instant Herbal Tea

Dandelion Instant Herbal Tea

Natural Dandelion Instant Herbal Tea Symington’s Dandelion Tea is a delicious caffeine free beverage. Not blended with any other herbs, Symington’s is pure dandelion and is made from naturally grown roasted dandelion root. Symington’s is ideal for health conscious consumers as it provides the full herbal properties of dandelion.
 cup of healthy Symington’s Dandelion is easily prepared by adding a teaspoonful of easily dissolved granules to a 220ml cup of hot water. It can be drunk with or without milk and sugar to taste. With only 8 calories per cup, Symingtons is watching out for your health. The health properties of the dandelion (Taraxacum officinale) have been known for centuries. Dandelion is rich in minerals and vitamins including vitamin A,C,D,E and B as well as calcium, potassium, magnesium and iron.
Traditional Medicine Dandelion is one of the top 6 herbs in the Chinese medicine chest. Chinese herbalists used dandelion to treat digestive disorders, appendicitis and also lactation problems. Native Americans used dandelion to treat liver problems, kidney disease, swelling, skin problems, heartburn and stomach upset.
In Europe, herbalists incorporated dandelion into remedies for fever, boils, eye problems, diabetes diarrhoea. Dandelion is believed to be one of the original bitter herbs used for Passover in the Bible.

Recipes for this tea:


1. Dandelion Tea Pancakes: 
Start your day with these fluffy pancakes subtly infused with the taste of dandelion. Mixer contents of dandelion instant herbal tea with whole wheat flour, baking powder, and ground flax seeds for an extra dose of fiber. Serve these pancakes with light syrup or a dollop of Greek yogurt. Kids will love the sweet and nutty flavor, and it's a great way to sneak some vitamins and minerals into breakfast.

2. Dandelion Tea Braised Chicken: 
 This hearty dinner option utilizes the savory depth of dandelion tea to pair with chicken. Simmer chicken pieces in a rich sauce made from dandelion tea, olive oil, garlic, and assorted vegetables. Here, the tea not only enhances the flavors but offers a host of nutrients like vitamin A, C, D, E, and minerals like potassium and iron.

3. Dandelion Tea Detox Smoothie:
 With its purifying properties, dandelion tea makes a wonderful base for a detox smoothie. Brew strong dandelion herbal tea and blend it with spinach, banana, and a scoop of protein powder for a replenishing post-workout snack.

4. Dandelion Tea Infused Soup:
 Try substituting the usual broth base with a flavor-packed dandelion instant herbal tea. Simmer along with your favorite vegetables, lean proteins like chicken or tofu, and wholesome grains. The tea imparts an earthy undertone and enhances the overall nourishing quality of your soup.

5. Dandelion Herbal Tea Oatmeal:
 A comforting breakfast that's not only heartwarming but heart-friendly too! Simply prepare your regular bowl of oatmeal using dandelion herbal tea instead of water. The tea adds a delicate taste and a slew of health benefits to the fiber-rich oats.

6. Dandelion Tea Chia Seed Pudding:
 Make this your overnight breakfast or snack. Combine almond milk, dandelion instant herbal tea, and chia seeds. Let it rest overnight to create a creamy pudding. Add a touch of natural sweetener and top with berries. This tasty dish is a fiber powerhouse and provides all the nutritional benefits of dandelion tea.
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