5 Reasons to Drink Dandelion Tea Every Night
You know that small, round, feathery little plant that grows everywhere during the springtime? You can blow it away with one breath, and can also bloom into a yellow flower.
It’s the dandelion!
Since it’s such a common plant, most people don’t give it the importance it deserves, and don’t even know that it’s full of health benefits. Dandelion has vitamins A, C, E, K and B-complex vitamins, as well as minerals such as potassium, zinc and iron, so it is great for our vision, skin and hair growth.
It regulates blood clotting, strengthens our neurological system and immunological activity, and provides us with a strong antioxidant action, which aids in any protein or sexual dysfunctions and bone health.
In this video, you are going to learn how dandelion may benefit your body.
It’s important to note that when consumed in excess, the plant may have some side effects such as heartburn and diarrhea.
It is also not recommended for people who suffer from hypertension, esophagitis or hiatal hernia.
During pregnancy, it should only be used under medical indication
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