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Much more than just a weed, the Dandelion is rich in vitamins and minerals ensuring a cleansing and relaxing brew. For many people Dandelions are just a weed. However, they are very rich in nutrients and traditionally the root and leaves have been used as medicines for bloating, digestive disorders, aching joints, fevers and skin disorders. The Dandelion plant was a wealth of vitamins, including A, C, D and B-complex. It also has high levels of minerals like magnesium, zinc potassium, iron and calcium to name a few.
Upon infusion, the liquor has a warming, gentle amber glow and a soothing aroma. Its flavour is light and refreshing, aiding to cleanse, purify and relax the drinker.

To brew, place one teaspoon of Dandelion per person into a warmed pot or Mug Infuser and add fresh boiling water. Allow to brew for 5 minutes, or longer if a strong infusion is required, then strain into mugs. A little honey can be added but this is not really necessary as the infusion has a natural sweetness to it.

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SIPDOWN! (202..not that it means anything since any time i get to 200 more tea just happens to arrive…) I received this as a sample from purearoma with my order – it’s not something i ever would have picked up myself and since terri sent me a bunch of random herbs, she’s totally getting the rest of this hahaha!

Also..though it’s kind of a silly “tea” for it to happen with, this is officially the 1000th tea i’ve tasted since joining steepster! go me!

verdict on this one? It smells awful, but it’s not a terribly “tea.” I’m finding it sort of relaxing and one of those teas i want to add a bit of honey to, in order to bring out the sweetness. nothing i’d ever order on my own, but i don’t hate it.

Terri HarpLady

yay!!! Congrats on 1000!
So…is this dandelion herb or roasted dandelion root? I’m guessing it’s the root. Either way, it’s great for your liver. :)


1000, nice! congrats


Oh Terri…as if I know the difference lol


Congratulations on your 1000th tea! We are glad it was from PureAromaTea.com.


Wow, 1000!!! Huge congratulations! I shall drink a cup of tea in your honor for being awesome. :)


haha thanks CHAroma :)

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It is the evening, & I’m not quite ready to quit drinking tea just yet, but I’ve really been cutting back on my caffeine lately, & admittedly, I’ve been sleeping so much better!

Sil sent me this, once upon a time (a couple of boxes ago…her most recent box will be the death of me). Tonight seems like the perfect night to drink it. We’re suppose to have severe storms all night, & although we had a little wind earlier, & I just heard thunder, we haven’t had much rain yet tonight. I’m staying in, trying to get caught up on a few things at my desk & then hopefully going to bed early.

I eat dandelions for breakfast. You might laugh, & think that as a gardener, I’m just saying that as a threat to any dandelions that might be thinking of springing up in my garden, but actually, I really do eat them for breakfast this time of year. In fact, I selectively allow them to grow, & then when they look just right, & twist them out with as much of the root included as possible. They make a great frittata, especially if you include some of the flowers too. They are amazingly good for your liver, & although they can be a little bitter, we need a little bitterness in our lives to help us enjoy the sweetness that life also has to offer. I have a friend that goes to the park every morning & digs them up, taking the roots home & roasting them for tea. I’ve never roasted my own roots, but I do enjoy roasted dandelion tea (& roasted chicory as well), so naturally I thought this would be the roasted root. It’s not. It’s the leaf & stems. Oh well. It’s not as satisfying as the root tea would be, but it’s not bad. More of a delicate herbal, & would probably be nice mixed in with some lemon balm, mint, or other delicate herbals of that nature.


I really need to try sticking to a no caffeine after noon policy!

Terri HarpLady

I’ve been trying to cut caffeine out after 6pm, LOL.
But I’ve also been drinking more re-steepable teas, like chinese greens, oolongs, & puerh, so I like to think I’m taking in less caffeine in the long run. Maybe?

Terri HarpLady

As an aside, I have trouble getting myself to go to bed anyway, as my true creative energy wakes up around 10pm. I just spent the last half hour at my harp, trying to work out I am the Doctor & Hedwig’s Theme for a wedding I’m doing next weekend. Now I want to spend the next 2 or 3 hours practicing, but the rest of the house is trying to sleep…sigh…


Now that is a wedding I want to go to!


Beautiful! I love hearing about eating flowers, and I think it’s something I’ll definitely have to look into more.

Terri HarpLady

I enjoy dandelions. The other day I made a salad & added a handful of violets to it. I guess I should try making some violet tea!

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I picked up some dandelion tea (probably not this brand) at a co-op last year out of curiosity. This was the first time I’ve tried it. Verdict? Meh. It’s not bad-tasting, but it’s not terribly appealing either. I imagine this is one of those teas that you drink because you’re specifically expecting some sort of health benefit. I’ll probably just be relegating this to the back of the closet.

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