THE UNDERESTIMATED WEED
Many of us consider this plant a weed. However, it has a long history of traditional use. In fact, its origins as a natural remedy for digestive discomforts can be traced all the way back to ancient China around 659 BC
We chose an organic root extract 5:1, the only on the market. Thus 500 mg extract per capsule correspond to 2500 mg of dried powder. Compared to powder supplements, it provides a more concentrated source of the various phytonutrients naturally present in the plant.
Why did we choose only the roots? Dandelions are a valuable source of important phytonutrients. In particular, the roots contain biologically active triterpenes, phenolic acids and inulin.
Moreover, by using an organic extract from Europe and not one derived from conventional farming, we can ensure a high-quality, non-GMO herbal supplement free from pesticides. Of course, our product is suitable for vegans. It is free from any synthetic additives such as microcrystalline cellulose or magnesium stearate.
SPECIALLY DEVELOPED FOR...
Dandelion roots are rich in a variety of phytonutrients that have been subject to various studies. We recommend doing your own research on the benefits of dandelion.
GOOD TO KNOW
- We recommend drinking plenty of water (at least 2 litres per day) when taking our product.
- It is also known as pu gong ying in traditional Chinese medicine and simhadanti in Ayurvedic medicine.
- Some authors trace the origins of the name "dandelion" back to the Greek terms "taraxis" (disorder, imbalance) and "akas" (remedy).