All Parts of the Dandelion and What They’re Good For

“How are you doing camping on the yoga the yoga platform?” my sister asks. “So good, so far! I’ve got it all set up with my solar shower and blender. And I forgot how beautiful the night smells are, the jasmine, wow! To go to sleep like that, where I can smell the sweet scents, lay snuggled under the warm blankets, and literally fall asleep under the stars peeking through the screen window of my tent. So wonderful.”

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All Parts of the Dandelion and What They’re Good For

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The dandelion is one of the top 4 greens in the world! Use the roots to control your blood sugar and stimulate digestion. Eat them raw, dried, roasted, ground, or as a tea.
Use the flowers as a liver tonic and diuretic, for boils, skin infections, T.B. as a tea, wine, in salads, jellies, even fritters!
Use the leaves – for potassium, antioxidants, vitamins A and C. Use the new plants, small and tender in salads, teas, raw, boiled, steamed, sauteed.
I take up the whole plant from the root, dry it and make a daily tea as a liver tonic.

Word of the Day – el diente de leon- dandelion

Tip of the Day – Don’t just dig those dandelions out of your yard and thrown them away! Use the whole thing. You’ll be a forager!

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