Dandelion Roots

dandelion roots


Many people view dandelions as pesky weeds that are enemies to a beautiful yard.  These wonderful plants can actually be used to make an extremely healthy tea.  The most popular form is dandelion root tea, which is also known as dandelion coffee.  This post is dedicated to the main ingredient of dandelion root tea, the wonderful Dandelion Roots.

If you are planning on picking wild dandelions or any other plants, make sure to avoid areas that have been treated with chemicals or pesticides.  You also want to make sure animals haven’t urinated or defecated in the area.  That could ruin the flavor of the tea and make you sick!

Learn more about this healthy tea on my Dandelion Tea Ultimate Guide.

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Anise Seeds

anise seeds


Anise seeds are created by the anise flower, Pimpinella anisum.  This website primarily deals with the use of these seeds for herbal tea, but the seeds have other uses as well.  These seeds are used commonly in cooking and are classified as a general spice.  They are known for their amazing aroma, and they have been used to create expensive fragrances for thousands of years.  Consuming anise seed tea will help increase overall health, and this post will detail some of the main facts concerning these amazing seeds.

Note: This post deals with anise seeds, not to be confused with star anise.

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Anise Seed Tea

anise seed tea


Anise Seed Tea is becoming increasingly popular, but many people still do not know very much about this delicious.  I like to recommend Anise Seed Tea to beginners, because it has a mild flavor profile and lacks some of the characteristic bitterness of other herbal teas.  Anise seed tea has such a pleasant fragrance, the seeds are commonly used for perfumes.  It is important to differentiate Anise Seed Tea from Star Anise Tea. Continue reading “Anise Seed Tea”

Anise Seed Tea Recipe

anise seed tea recipe


Anise seed tea is following the increasing popularity trend seen in the herbal tea community.  Overseas, it is commonly referred to as “Yansoon.”  Anise tea is created with the flowering plant Pimpinella anisum.  The tea is primarily made with the plant’s seeds, but the leaves are rarely used as well.  Anise tea is famous because of its mild taste and amazing aroma.  Anise seeds are also used in other ways.  Anise seeds are also used in cooking.  The smell is so desirable, that they are also used to make perfumes and other fragrances.  I hope you enjoy one Anise Seed Tea Recipe.

Anise herbal tea is commonly confused with star anise herbal tea due to their close names and similar flavors.  Star anise is actually derived from an evergreen tree found in Vietnam, Illicium verum. Continue reading “Anise Seed Tea Recipe”

Dandelion Tea Detox

dandelion tea detox


Many people view dandelions as a pesky weed that is terrible for yards.  This plant can actually be used to make an extremely health herbal tea with several health benefits.  it is becoming increasingly popular to consume dandelion tea to reduce toxins.  Learn about this Dandelion Tea Detox Below.  I also include an Amazon link to purchase dandelion roots so you can start consuming dandelion tea today!

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Dandelion Tea Weight Loss

dandelion tea weight loss


Dandelion Tea is taking the nation by storm as people are discovering the powerful health benefits.  One of the primary health benefits of dandelion tea is weight loss.  As with any weight loss measures, it is important to combine consumption of this herbal tea with diet and exercise.  Learn how Dandelion Tea Weight Loss works today.

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Dandelion Root Tea Benefits

dandelion root tea benefits


Dandelion Root Tea is an extremely healthy herbal tea that is made with the roots of the dandelion plant.  This tea is also called Dandelion Coffee due to its dark color and bitter flavor profile Many people consume dandelion root tea as a healthier substitute to regular, although it does not contain caffeine.  I have created this post in order to help members of the Herbal tea Time Community learn about the primary Dandelion Root Tea Benefits. Continue reading “Dandelion Root Tea Benefits”

Jusalpha Teacup Set Review


If you are new to herbal tea, one of the first things you need to purchase is a teacup set.  I have purchased and reviewed several teacup sets, and this is currently my “go to” set.  I thoroughly enjoyed creating this Jusalpha Teacup Set Review, and I included a free video review at the end of this post.  this teacup set makes a perfect gift for friends and family, and you’ll discover why this is true in my detailed review!
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Nettle Tea Recipe

nettle tea recipe


Nettle tea is taking the world by storm as people are discovering the tea’s health benefits and pleasant flavor profile.  Nettle tea is made with the leaves of the “stinging” nettle plant.  The nettle plant earned this nickname due to the jagged leaves that are used to make the tea.  When these leaves come into contact with humans or animals, they inject compounds that cause a stinging sensation.  This is important to remember if you are planning on trying to collect nettle leaves from the wild; heavy gloves are necessary to avoid getting “stung.”  Once the leaves are dried or boiled, they lose the ability to sting.  It is perfectly healthy to consume the nettle leaves in the form of nettle tea.  I hope you enjoy a Nettle Tea Recipe included below. Continue reading “Nettle Tea Recipe”