Benefits of drinking Dandelion Root Tea (Taraxacum officinale)
Dandelion Root tea is great for detoxing the liver! In fact, tea made from the dandelion's root has been used in traditional Chinese and Native American medicine for centuries.
This weed-like super food acts a diuretic that cleanses the blood, liver, kidneys and increases bile production. Dandelion helps the kidneys clear out waste, salt, and excess water. Dandelion has been shown to improve liver function by removing toxins.
As a diuretic Dandelion increases urination which then lowers blood pressure. The fiber and potassium in Dandelion also regulate blood pressure. Animal studies have shown that Dandelion lowers and controls cholesterol levels.
Autumn, in all its splendor, stands as the unrivaled champion among seasons. The crisp air carries the earthy scent of fallen leaves, painting landscapes in hues of amber and gold. It's a time of cozy sweaters, crackling fires, and the delightful rustle of leaves beneath your boots. But what truly sets autumn apart is that it ushers in tea-drinking season, a time when a steaming cup of your favorite blend becomes a cherished ritual.
If you're reading this chances are you find tea to be valuable. But when it comes to the tea leaves themselves, what are the factors or variables that determine the "value" of a tea? If you were a tea connoisseur, these would be some of the variables you account for as you travelled the world to taste each tea in their natural habitat.
Kenilworth Estate is situated close to the town of Ginigathena in the Central Province of Sri Lanka - a part of the Nuwara Eliya district. Fields of the tea estate overlook the 'Kelani Ganga', a raging river, famous for its white water rafting.