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Whether eaten or consumed as tea, the uses of dandelion span from wild food to trusted herbal remedy to gently support the body’s natural detoxification process.

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Roasted Dandelion Root

Some think of dandelion as a common weed, but our herbalists know that its bitter taste stimulates digestion and supports your body’s natural detoxification process.

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Roasted Dandelion Root Tea packaging box Roasted dandelion root stimulates the liver and supports healthy digestion

Roasted Dandelion Root Tea

This blend stimulates the liver and supports healthy digestion
Traditional Medicinals logo. Daily. Herbal. Organic Dandelion Leaf & Root. Balanced & Earthy. Detox + Kidney Health. Caffeine Free. 16 Wrapped Tea Bags. Herbal Supplement. NET WT .99 OZ (28g). USDA ORGANIC logo Dandelion Leaf & Root (Taraxacum officinale). This blend supports kidney function and healthy digestion.

Dandelion Leaf & Root Tea

Dandelion Leaf & Root supports digestion & kidney health while aiding the body's natural detoxification process

EveryDay Detox® Dandelion Tea

This blend stimulates the liver and supports the body's natural detoxification process

Dandelion Chai Probiotic Tea

This blend supports healthy digestion

Learn More About Dandelion

An underestimated “weed” with herbal prowess.

Dandelion is a small perennial from the Asteraceae family that grows well in soils of all types—a quality that makes this plant so resilient, adaptable and widespread. Although a native of Europe and Western Asia, dandelion is now naturalized in many countries around the world. It attracts pollinators and earthworms and loosens the soil with its strong, deep roots.

Key identifiers for finding a “true” dandelion, as there are many Asteraceae look-alikes, is the singular, hollow stem attached to each bright yellow flower. When picked, the stem produces a drippy white substance that is actually a form of latex. Many yellow dandelion look-alikes will have multiple flowers branching off the same stem. 

Another trait specific to dandelion is its jagged, hairless leaves, which earned it the name, dent de lion, meaning “lion’s tooth” in French and Spanish. Its round yellow flower has inspired others to call it “swine snout.” But it is dandelion’s botanical name of Taraxacum officinale, which speaks more favorably to the herb’s true purpose, in some translations as “healing herb.”

The medicinal parts are dried leaves harvested before the flowering season; the root collected and dried in autumn; the aerial parts and the rhizome harvested before the flowering season and then dried.


While the first puffy blooms of dandelion likely dotted landscapes in obscurity, the first known mention of dandelion as a medicinal herb is in Arabic texts dating to the 10th century. By the 13th century, it was mentioned in a Central European herbal text alongside 180 other medicinal plants and was primarily credited with a beneficial effect for the eyes. While common modern uses tend towards its effects on urinary, detoxification and hepatic functions of the body, it’s clear early practitioners and scholars were beginning to see dandelion as more than a common wildflower.* 

More than an herbal medicine, over time humans quickly discovered the culinary appeal of dandelion from flower to root. Various cultures brewed the roots to make a slightly sweet and bitter tea or broth, fermented them into a hearty “root beer,” and dried, roasted and ground them into a rich powder for a robust “coffee-like” beverage. Others learned to harvest the young spring leaves to add to soups, juices, and salads. The yellow “petals” can be plucked from the head of the dandelion and sprinkled over salads, brewed into golden dandelion wine, transformed into a “honeyed syrup,” or kept intact as a blossom to batter and fry into crispy fritters. 

Frequently Asked Questions

Our Organic Roasted Dandelion Root tea is formulated to stimulate the liver and support healthy digestion. Specifically, the bitter flavor of dandelion roots stimulates the taste buds, triggering the secretion of digestive juices along the digestive tract, thus supporting the body’s innate digestive and detoxification processes.

Our Organic Roasted Dandelion Root tea has a roasted slightly nutty flavor profile with mild bitter notes, similar to a gentle black coffee but is naturally caffeine-free.

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