Organic Wildcrafted Dandilion Root

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Wildcrafted

Vegan

Alkaline

GMO-free

Wildcrafted

Vegan

Alkaline

GMO-free

The Benefits

The Benefits

Wildcrafted Sea Moss:

Naturally harvested from the ocean.

Grows organically, rich in nutrients from the sea.

No artificial chemicals or fertilizers.

Sustainably harvested with minimal marine impact.

Pool/Rope Grown Sea Moss:

Grown in controlled environments like pools or ocean ropes.

Conditions, including water and temperature, are optimized.

Often given artificial nutrients for increased growth.

May contain chemicals from cultivation like pesticides or metals.

Lacks the biodiversity of natural marine settings.

Potential for marine pollution from cultivation waste.

Supports liver detoxification, stimulates bile production

Potential anti-inflammatory effects, beneficial for inflammatory conditions

Rich in antioxidants like polyphenols and flavonoids, reducing oxidative stress

Diuretic and digestive properties contribute to weight loss by reducing water weight

Some studies suggest anti-cancer properties by inhibiting cancer cell growth

Used historically to stimulate digestion, alleviate bloating, and ease constipation

Natural diuretic, increases urine production,
reduces water retention

May help regulate blood sugar, improve insulin sensitivity

Detoxifying and anti-inflammatory effects may promote clearer skin

Good source of vitamins (A, C, K) and minerals (potassium, iron)

Summary: Dandelion is employed to address a variety of issues such as loss of appetite, upset stomach, intestinal gas, gallstones, joint pain, muscle aches, and bruises. Additionally, it serves as a diuretic to boost urine production and a laxative to stimulate bowel movements. Furthermore, dandelion finds applications as a skin toner, blood tonic, and digestive tonic.

Why Our's Better

Whole Plant Benefits

Raw dandelion, especially when consumed as leaves or roots, provides the benefits of the entire plant. Dandelion contains various bioactive compounds, including vitamins, minerals, antioxidants, and phytonutrients. Consuming the whole plant may offer a more comprehensive range of nutrients compared to isolated components in capsules

Fiber Content

Raw dandelion, especially the leaves, is a good source of dietary fiber. Fiber is essential for digestive health and can contribute to a feeling of fullness. Capsules may not contain the same amount of fiber as consuming the raw plant material.

Less Processing

Raw dandelion involves minimal processing, preserving the natural state of the plant. Capsules, on the other hand, often go through extraction and manufacturing processes that may involve heat or solvents. Some individuals prefer less processed forms of herbal remedies for a more holistic approach.



hytochemical Synergy:

Consuming dandelion in its raw form allows for the potential synergy of various phytochemicals present in the plant. These compounds may work together to provide health benefits. Capsules, which may contain isolated extracts, may not capture the same synergistic effects.


Culinary Uses:

Raw dandelion leaves can be incorporated into salads, smoothies, or other dishes. This not only adds nutritional value but also provides a culinary aspect to incorporating dandelion into your diet. Capsules lack the versatility in terms of culinary use.


Taste and Texture:

Some people enjoy the taste and texture of raw dandelion, especially when used in culinary applications. Capsules may not provide the same sensory experience.

The Benefits

Supports liver detoxification, stimulates bile production

Used historically to stimulate digestion, alleviate bloating, and ease constipation

Potential anti-inflammatory effects, beneficial for inflammatory conditions

Natural diuretic, increases urine production, reduces water retention

Rich in antioxidants like polyphenols and flavonoids, reducing oxidative stress

May help regulate blood sugar, improve insulin sensitivity

Diuretic and digestive properties contribute to weight loss by reducing water weight

Detoxifying and anti-inflammatory effects may promote clearer skin

Some studies suggest anti-cancer properties by inhibiting cancer cell growth

Good source of vitamins (A, C, K) and minerals (potassium, iron)

Summary: Dandelion is employed to address a variety of issues such as loss of appetite, upset stomach, intestinal gas, gallstones, joint pain, muscle aches, and bruises. Additionally, it serves as a diuretic to boost urine production and a laxative to stimulate bowel movements. Furthermore, dandelion finds applications as a skin toner, blood tonic, and digestive tonic.

Why Ours
Better

Whole Plant
Benefits

Raw dandelion, especially when consumed as leaves or roots, provides the benefits of the entire plant. Dandelion contains various bioactive compounds, including vitamins, minerals, antioxidants, and phytonutrients. Consuming the whole plant may offer a more comprehensive range of nutrients compared to isolated components in capsules.

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Fiber Content

Raw dandelion, especially the leaves, is a good source of dietary fiber. Fiber is essential for digestive health and can contribute to a feeling of fullness. Capsules may not contain the same amount of fiber as consuming the raw plant material.

Less Processing

Raw dandelion involves minimal processing, preserving the natural state of the plant. Capsules, on the other hand, often go through extraction and manufacturing processes that may involve heat or solvents. Some individuals prefer less processed forms of herbal remedies for a more holistic approach.




Hytochemical Synergy
Consuming dandelion in its raw form allows for the potential synergy of various phytochemicals present in the plant. These compounds may work together to provide health benefits. Capsules, which may contain isolated extracts, may not capture the same synergistic effects.


Culinary Uses
Raw dandelion leaves can be incorporated into salads, smoothies, or other dishes. This not only adds nutritional value but also provides a culinary aspect to incorporating dandelion into your diet. Capsules lack the versatility in terms of culinary use.


Taste and Texture
Some people enjoy the taste and texture of raw dandelion, especially when used in culinary applications. Capsules may not provide the same sensory experience.

How To Use Dandelion Root

Dandelion Root Tea

  • One of the most common and simple ways to use dandelion root is by making tea. Here's a basic recipe:

  • Harvest or purchase dried dandelion root.

    • Use approximately one teaspoon of dried root per cup of hot water.

    • Boil the water and pour it over the dried root.

    • Let it steep for 5-10 minutes, then strain.

    • Add honey or lemon if desired.

Dandelion Coffee Substitute

Roasted dandelion root can be used as a coffee substitute. Roast the cleaned and chopped root in the oven until it becomes dark and aromatic. Grind the roasted root and brew it like coffee. It has a rich, nutty flavor.

Dandelion Root Tincture

Create a dandelion root tincture by soaking chopped fresh or dried roots in alcohol or glycerin. Allow it to sit for a few weeks in a dark, cool place, shaking it occasionally. Strain the liquid and store it in a dark glass bottle. Use the tincture following recommended dosage guidelines.

Dandelion Root Powder

Grind dried dandelion root into a powder using a coffee grinder or mortar and pestle. Add the powder to smoothies, juices, or sprinkle it over your food.

Disclaimer

following a 100% Alkaline DR Sebi diet is what is recommend to ensure are products will give their full effects on your body. Check out the "educational" section where we have our FLEMING FRUIT APPROVED FOODS LIST so you know what to be eating while taking our products:)

Disclaimer 2

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