Dandelion Chai CAFFEINE FREE
Dandelion Chai CAFFEINE FREE
LIVER & DIGESTIVE HEALTH | DIURETIC
I n g r e d i e n t s:
Dandelion Root / Hulled Cardamom / Cinnamon / Ginger Root
Notes of Root + Spice
Chai without caffeine? Is this real? Yes et is! The root of dandelion has a mild biter taste to match up with the astringency of what Black Tea has to offer in chai. Dandelion is a great detox herb and has been used for many generations to help the liver, stomach, and kidneys. The three organs are essential for overall health especially during pregnancy. Dandelion Chai will help give an extra boost of energy with the herb’s warming and circulating properties. Add a dash of sweetener with some plant based milk to complete this delicious drink!
T h e B o t a n i c s:
Dandelion Root: Dandelion has been used to treat problems relating to the liver, gallbladder, kidneys and joints. Dandelion leaves and root have been used to treat constipation, indigestion, heartburn, and to remove water from the body, while the root is used to increase bile production in the gallbladder. In Traditional Chinese Medicine, dandelion is used during instances when there is liver involvement with heat and toxins in the blood.
Cardamom: In Traditional Chinese Medicine, cardamom is considered warm and pungent, and is associated with the Lung and Stomach channels. Its functions are to remove dampness, promote the flow of qi, warm the spleen and stomach, and arrest vomiting and diarrhea. It helps treat abdominal distention caused by poor appetite.
Cinnamon: In Traditional Chinese Medicine, cinnamon helps balance the spleen, kidney, heart, and liver meridians and stimulates circulation and the movement of 'chi' or energy. It is considered to be warming to the kidneys and is particularly useful in cold or stagnant conditions. In Ayurveda (traditional Indian system of healing) cinnamon helps support the respiratory, digestive, nervous, circulatory, urinary, and reproductive systems. Traditionally, cinnamon has been considered a highly valued and multipurpose nourishing herb.
Ginger: A warming root to enhance circulation, when you feel cold, lack an appetite or have cold hands and feet. By increasing blood flow, et in returns wards off toxins and promotes healing. The root is a yang tonic for spleen energy. May stop nausea and help stimulate saliva, digestive enzymes for proteins and fats. Benefits while pregnant by relieving nausea and vomiting by the help of the gingerols and shogaols. They act as receptors in the digestive system. Remedy for arthritis, rheumatism, osteoporosis, gout, help relieve pain from uterine cramping and may reduce swelling of the joints. In Traditional Chinese Medicine, ginger root affects the meridians of the spleen, stomach, heart and the lung organs.
I n s t r u c t i o n s:
For 1 serving add 1 Tbsp of herbs in 16 ounces of water.
Pour water into a pot with 1 Tbsp of herbs. When water is at a boil, turn heat off and set aside. Allow to steep for 10 minutes. Strain with a colander. Don’t forget to add your go-to plant based milk! Give thanks and enjoy.
These statements have not been evaluated by the FDA. This product does not intend to treat or prevent any any disease. If you are taking medication, consult with your doctor before drinking any herbal drinks. Use precaution during pregnancy and nursing. Please listen to your body.