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A.VOGEL Dandelion Tincture 50ml

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A.Vogel Dandelion (Taraxacum) Tincture - 50ml


A. Vogel Dandelion (Taraxacum officinale) tincture is made from both dandelion root and dandelion leaves. The plant can be found growing in most temperate regions of the world and is part of theAsteraceae or sunflower family.


Dandelion has a long tap root and many who have tried to weed it out of gardens or flower beds will be familiar with how difficult it is to get the whole root out of the ground. When dried, dandelion root has been used to make coffee substitutes. Dandelion leaves can be eaten raw, in salads. 

Dandelion root and leaves have also been used for centuries in healthcare. The Arabian physicians extolled the virtues of dandelion as early as the tenth and eleventh centuries and in the 13th century the Welsh recognised its beneficial properties. 



Tinctures of organically grown fresh leaves and roots of Taraxacum officinalis (Dandelion), extracted in alcohol (50% v/v).


Directions for use:

Adults: 15 drops in a little water 3 times daily.

Children: This product is not recommended for children.


Please seek medical advice if pregnant.

Keep out of reach and sight of children.

Store in a cool dry place.



MORE ON DANDELION  - by Alison Cullen author of Herbs for Healthy Living


Also known as:

Fluid retention, liver tonic.

The Dandelion plant is often seen as a weed. However, it has distinct medicinal properties and its action on the liver is particularly prized by herbalists.

How it works:
Dandelion is an excellent cleansing agent, being one of the most effective detoxifying herbs. It possesses a wide range of active constituents and is also rich in minerals and nutrients. The root of the plant stimulates liver function.

This has a primary use in improving digestion as a result of an increase in digestive juices. In addition, Dandelion leaves have diuretic and mild laxative properties.

Additional advice:
Those with liver complaints, gallstones or an obstructed bile duct should first consult a Doctor. Do not take alongside diuretics.


  Extracted from Herbs for Healthy Living by Allison Cullen

This information in no way excludes the necessity of a diagnosis by a health professional




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