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How To Harvest Dandelion Root

How To Harvest Dandelion Root

LinguistAtLarge via Wikipedia

LinguistAtLarge via Wikipedia

A weed like the dandelion can be beneficial. You can easily harvest dandelion root to use for a lot of medicinal purposes. If you are looking for dandelion root’s anti-inflammatory and liver cooling properties I recommend using it fresh by eating it, tincturing it or making vinegar. The dry root tea is nutritive, good for digestion and detoxifying.

Dandelion greens can be eaten raw, steamed, boiled, sautéed or braised. For use in salads, greens should be harvested from new plants while still small and tender, before the first flower emerges. Larger greens tend to be tougher and more bitter, and better suited for cooking. You can learn to harvest dandelion roots at home on commonsensehome.com here…

How To Harvest Dandelion Root

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