Steep one teaspoon or as desired in a cup of water – covered – for about ten minutes. You can use fresh, cleaned dandelions, as well.
A Bit of History
For thousands of years, people around the world have admired the dandelion for its beauty and culinary and medicinal value. Everything from the flower to the roots are edible in salads, as wine, and as tea, and their pollen is perfect for bees and other insects. In terms of health value, dandelions contains iron, calcium, potassium plus vitamins A, B complex, C, and D. They can assist in weight loss, and are said to detoxify the liver, relieve stomachaches, lower blood pressure, & reduce problems from anemia.