Traditonal Medicinals Organic Roasted Dandelion Root 0.85oz
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Flavor: Organic Dandelion Root | Size: 16
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After months of Googling, researching, and reading, I came to a hopeful conclusion about why I was getting this specific kind of acne. High androgen levels. Google it, I won't try to explain it in my own words. But the only solutions I could find for high androgen levels were birth controls, hormone pills... and spearmint tea. What?
To make this long story shorter, I ordered spearmint tea on day 14 of my cycle, the 6th time in 6 months that I started getting cysts. I drank two cups a day, every day for a month, knowing that I'd probably see results in exactly a month, if I'd see them at all. A month later, I have zero cysts on my face. Zero. Spearmint tea is the only thing I owe it to. I'm obsessed with this stuff. It WILL NOT work for everyone. It won't even work for everyone who's acne is hormonal. Do your research. Figure out when in your cycle you're getting your acne. If it's around the time of ovulation, there's a good chance it could be due to high androgen levels. If you think this is the case, try this out for a month. It's worth the cost. It doesn't even taste half bad, and it has tons of other healthy benefits.
Sorry for the novel. I'm just so thankful for this stuff.
There's not all that much root per teabag though, and since I like strong coffee I only use 6 oz of water per bag and steep it covered for 15 mins. Then with some cream and sugar it's quite good.
As for the liver tonic claim, well dandelion stimulates bile flow and supposedly helps clear out some stuff gunking up the liver. I don't know about that yet, but so far I haven't noticed any ill effects from drinking this. I feel fine, if not outright good after drinking a cup, but that's as far as I can confirm the effects.
And with even decaf coffee containing 5-15 mg caffeine per serving, this stuff being completely caffeine free is a blessing for those of us who go bananas and light public property on fire when we get the slightest bit of caffeine. Anyone who needs a coffee substitute, do give this a try.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
I love this tea! I recently read an article saying that Spearmint tea helps with complexion issues. It's too soon to comment about that but I enjoy two cups a day.Published 2 days ago by Dominique
This tea is a miracle worker!! For years I have suffered with terrible Hirsutism (excessive hairiness on women in those parts of the body where terminal hair normally is absent or... Read morePublished 3 days ago by Amazon Customer
Love this! I was recomended this by my doctor for my acne and it works.so if you have hormones that are out of wack and it's causing you to break out try this. Read morePublished 18 days ago by evelyn
I really enjoy this tea and I actually like the flavor with a tiny bit of honey added. After drinking it for a while.. Read morePublished 1 month ago by Emily Soliz