- Certified Organic
- Certified Kosher
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- BPA Free
- Certified B Corporation
- CFC Free
- Chlorine Free
- Fair Trade
- Made Using Renewable Energy
- Recycled Packaging
- Sustainably farmed
- Caffeine Free
- Dairy Free
- No Added Sugar or Sweeteners
- No Artificial Ingredients
- Pesticide Free
- Sugar Free
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Organic dandelion root, roasted [PhEur]
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Why You’ll Love Roasted Dandelion Root Tea
Teas have been an important part of herbal healing for centuries, and Traditional Medicinals Roasted Dandelion Root Tea follows suit with a nourishing blend in every cup. All that’s required to enjoy it is a tea kettle, hot water, and one (or more) of these tea bags for a warming drink that tastes great morning, noon, and night.
Traditional Medicinals has become one of the most renowned, independent companies in the tea industry thanks to their commitment to sustainability, ingredient purity, and social and environmental activism. They are a Certified B Corporation and California Certified Green Business, and one of the leading sellers of tea in the U.S., as well as a pioneer of the wellness tea category in America and Canada.
Back in 1974 when the company was formed, they had a clear vision—to bring centuries-old herbalism back to popular consciousness. Original formulas from the company’s inception are still used to this day, with Traditional Medicinals Roasted Dandelion Root Tea just one in a long line of different tea blends.
Benefits of dandelion root tea
Commonly thought of as a flower or even a weed, dandelions are found in abundance throughout the country. But they’re much more than what most people think—these little flowers can do great things when ingested, too. Here are two of the biggest health boosts they can provide:
- Improved digestion: Digestive health is one of the biggest benefits that can come from dandelion root tea; over the centuries it has been used to help improve appetite levels and also to reduce minor issues like indigestion.
- Detoxifying agent: Traditional Medicinals Roasted Dandelion Root Tea is a diuretic that can help cleanse the body, making it easier to flush out toxins in the liver and give yourself a reboot.
How to enjoy Traditional Medicinals Roasted Dandelion Root Tea
Traditional Medicinals Roasted Dandelion Root Tea is a better option than trying to forage your own dandelions, combining convenience and great taste in one tiny bag. To enjoy, simply steep the tea in hot water until the desired strength is achieved and drink. Adding raw honey or a squeeze of lemon can also help brighten the flavor and make it more palatable.
Other Traditional Medicinal teas worth considering
Roasted Dandelion Root Tea is only one of the many teas that Traditional Medicinals is famous for. Adding some of their blends to your kitchen provides a nourishing drink that is perfect to have in the morning, or on chilly nights. Here are some of our favorites:
This is one of the original blends in the company’s line of teas. Ingredients include chamomile, passion flower, spearmint, lemon verbena leaf, and a handful of other natural herbs. Based on its name, this tea is perfect to have before bed since the herbs naturally relax the body and mind, helping you get a more restful night of sleep.
When a cough or sore throat hits, it can be very painful and interrupt your daily routine. But this blend of slippery elm and other natural herbs helps coat and soothe the throat, helping reduce pain and dryness, and making it easier to carry on with the day’s activities. You can also add in some honey and a squirt of lemon to help alleviate throat pain.
If you’re a fan of the spice, or just enjoy ginger’s well-known digestive properties, this robust herbal blend may be one of your new favorites. With plenty of zesty ginger, this tea is great to drink before meals to warm up your digestive system or after dinner to promote healthy digestion.
Echinacea, or purple coneflower, was used by numerous Native American tribes for hundreds of years before it was introduced into Western herbal traditions in the 19th century. Many people love how this herbal blend is mildly minty with a twist of citrus, and helps support a healthy immune system.
Reviews For Roasted Dandelion Root Tea
Based on 35 Reviews
great tea for many ailments
I drink at least 2 cups per day for fluid in my inner ear. I use this as a diuretic and my ear is draining.
one of my fav's
I absolutely love the flavor of this tea. I take a go-cup out the door in the morning. I love it, I think it has a buttery flavor if that's even possible. I suggest trying it at least once. The price is very hard to beat anywhere.
This is the only dandelion tea I've had but I loved it
- Christie Hebner
Delicious alternative to coffee
I've developed a sensitivity to caffeine in the last few years, and what's the point of coffee without the caffeine?! This tea still has sort of a coffee-like flavor, but without any caffeine. It has a long brew time, but the flavor is worth it!
The Perfect Morning Cup!
I love this tea! It has a nice deep flavor - perfect for starting the day.
I have used the Traditional Medicinals dandelion tea for years. I love the dark roasted flavor and find that it makes a nice supplement to Bulletproof-style beverages. Apart from a rare box with poorly-attached teabag strings, the quality is very consistent. Because the teabags are individually packed in air-tight pouches, this stuff travels and keeps very well. I highly recommend giving it a whirl.
Great detox tea. Actually not bitter at all. Price bets my other sources for this product. Timely delivery.
- Dorothy Evans
Hands down my favorite tea right now. Not totally sure why — it tastes kinda like dirt — but I can't get enough. I bought 3 boxes because I go through them so quickly.
I had read about the health benefits of organic Dandelion Root Tea, so I thought it was worth a try. I just ordered one box, because I was not sure how it would taste. It's definitely not for everybody, but by the second day I was making a whole pot in the morning. I found that one teabag easily makes an entire pot. Will definitely order again.
I love this tea! It's not bitter at all. Tastes delicious and was a wonderful change from my usual teas. I drank it once on an upset stomach and it helped.
Roasted dandelion root tea
I like it a lot. Every now and then I crave coffee in the afternoon & I just brew this and add a little coconut vanilla creamer. Just like afternoon coffee break without the caffeine. ☕
I drink this every night at bedtime with a little raw honey. Or during the day iced with lemon. It's got a strong pleasant flavor.
Less expensive here on Thrive. Good strong flavor. I add honey and drink it at night. Will buy again.
I have never tried this tea before. It is suppose to be very good for you. Tasted great!
Great Coffee Alternative
I love this tea for the fact it is naturally caffeine free. It steeps well and it is a nice alternative to coffee
organic roasted dandelion root
why I cannot order for this items. please tell me why?
- quang nguyen
Dandelion tea more than holds up to the reviews that tout the rich and roasty flavor. Though it does not taste like coffee, it is effeminately a suitable replacement; I prefer it.
- Jessie A
I love this tea
I have been drinking this at night and it's delicious. The flavor is stronger than some others I have tried. I add a little raw honey and sometimes lemon.
Great tea...love it!
Roasted Dandelion Root Tea
Love this tea! It's not bitter like regular dandelion teas are. Quite satisfying.
Lowers Blood Pressure!! WOW!!
I was on high blood pressure medicine and had to keep changing meds since they would stop working for me. I heard about dandelion tea being good for reducing HBP so thought I'd give it a try. Well 2 months later and I am averaging morning bp of 128/76! No meds now just a cup of tea each morning!
Iced tea says it's summer time!
Not sure what all benefits this has, just know it's a lot. This makes a wonderful iced tea. A few bags go a long way, and I add lemon and fresh mint for extra refreshment.
Roasted Dandelion Root Tea
Excellent tea- I can taste the freshness and potency.
I am hooked!
LOVE this tea, I do add just a touch of honey to it and love the mild flavor. It totally helps with the bloating feeling that happens from time to time!
I drink a lot of coffee and this causes me a lot of pain because it increases inflamation in the body and bothers the arthritis in my back. This tea decreases inflamation in the body there by reducing the pain I feel.
- Teresa Foster
Roasted Dandelion Root Tea
This tea is awesome! Usually, dandelion tea is quite bitter. Not this! Very, very good!!
Great stuff, this stuff is da bomb , gives you a boost, and great 4 your body , especially your liver !!!
Very tasty tea. Perfect in the afternoon.
- Virginia A
Great in cold season
I've been using this tea for several years now, and am glad to find it for a good price on Thrive. I especially like it in cold weather. It's got a hearty toasted flavor that is slightly sweet. Tastes like comfort food, but I know it's helping me to detox as well.
Wanted to try dandelion and was pleasantly surprised to find the roasted flavor is strong, more like coffee than tea. And it's free of caffeine.
I actually feel less bloated when I drink this after a meal
It's a little bitter but so good with honey.
Roasted Dandelion Root Tea
Love the tea
Wonderful coffee alternative. Best with milk and honey. Delicious iced.
Personally, it tastes like a slightly toasted version of genmaicha but is not quite there. This is perfect for those who like their teas toasted but not too strong.
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