Dandelion Root Tincture is a bitter herb medicinal preparation, prepared from the roots of Organic Dandelion plants. The roots are harvested, thoroughly cleaned, and chopped to be macerated in grain alcohol (50%) for longer periods. The process ensures proper extraction and preservation of active phytochemical content found in Dandelion roots.
Dandelion Root Tincture serves as an incredible digestive tonic by soothing minor digestive disorders, stimulating appetite, and easing constipation. Being a rich source of Vitamin C, it bolsters the weakened immune system by stimulating the formation of white blood cells. It also increases the production of bile which ultimately reduces the stress on the liver. It supports the kidney filters to enhance the removal of toxins and promote healthy blood flow.
- Organic Dandelion Root
- Grain Alcohol
Take half to a full dropper of Dandelion Root Tincture up to 3 times a day, in water or tea.
Dandelion (Taraxacum) is derived from the French word ‘dents-de-lion’, meaning the tooth of the lion. It earned this complex name due to its vibrant yellow flowers and serrated leaves that depict lion and teeth, respectively.
From root to fluff, dandelion is bagged with a plethora of medicinal benefits. It is popular for tending to arthritic conditions, liver malfunctions, and gastrointestinal disorders. It is also known to control diabetes, high cholesterol, urinary tract infections, acne, eczema, and cancer proliferation. It serves as a nervine tonic and helps in toning down anxiety-related disorders.
Dandelion Root Tincture Frequently Asked Questions
What is Dandelion Root Tincture?
Dandelion Root Tincture is a herbal medicinal preparation prepared from organic Dandelion roots. It soothes minor digestive ailments, boosts the immune system, controls diabetes, eases skin irritations, reduces fever, manages kidney functions, and supports liver functions.
Is Dandelion Root Tincture Safe for Children?
Dandelion Root Tincture is possibly unsafe for children to consume. Their livers are not properly developed and taking Dandelion Root Tincture might pose some side effects due to its highly concentrated content of aromatic molecules. Instead, give your children dried dandelion leaves tea as an alternative to support their immune system, strengthen bones, and ease persistent constipation.
Is Dandelion Root Tincture Good for Digestion?
Dandelion Root Tincture is oftentimes recommended for addressing minor digestive ailments, especially heartburn, belching, gastritis, constipation, and loss of appetite. We recommend taking few drops of Dandelion Root Tincture before the meal to treat gastritis and few drops after the meal for controlling heartburn. Also, consuming ten drops of Dandelion Root Tincture with water every hour can help subside indigestion.
Is Dandelion Root Tincture Good for an UTI?
Dandelion Root Tincture can definitely help urinary tract infections. It reduces the burning sensation during urination, strong urine smell, fluid retention, and fever due to infections in the kidney.
Is Dandelion Root Tincture Safe to use During Pregnancy?
There is not enough evidence for the safe use of Dandelion Root Tincture during pregnancy. Stay on the safe side and avoid using it or better consult with your OB/GYN before adding it to your supplements arsenal.
Should I use Dandelion Root Tincture Everyday?
The dose and extent of administration of Dandelion Root Tincture depend on the ailment addressed and the user’s possible allergies. It is safe to use Dandelion Root Tincture daily when consumed in moderation. Stay on the safe side and consult with your doctor/pharmacist or herbal expert for dosing intervals.