Also known as Pissabed, Priest’s Crown, and Telltime
$3.00 per Ounce
History: The Dandelion flower is a well known obnoxious weed that can be found around the globe from North America to Asia. While most people hate the plant, Dandelions are quite useful. Due to its usefulness, early American colonists purposely brought Dandelions to North America, where Natives quickly adopted the pant. The Mohegan tribe used Dandelion leaves as a tonic, while other tribes used it as heartburn relief. Dandelion flowers and greens were also used as a food source by Natives and early settlers.
Uses: Kidney disorders, bladder problems, gall stones
Active Ingredients: Taraxacin, acrystalline, gluten, choline, potassium
Actions: Diuretic, tonic, aperient, stimulant, Anti-rheumatic, laxative, hepatic
Complementary Herbs: Ginger, Lemon Balm, Licorice Root, Cinnamon, Senna, Caraway, Juniper Berries