When they’re done, store the roots in a jar and put them away somewhere dark and cool.
Dandelion roots have immense remedial efficiency for kidneys, gallbladder, lymph and liver which means that they can be used to treat acne, rheumatism, constipation, hepatitis as well as cysts, tumors and cancers. The roots can be helpful especially to women in diseases and issues connected to breastfeeding.
Dandelion tea is made from dandelion leaves that need to be dried, chopped, minced and then mixed together.. You only need half a teaspoon of the mixture to make a tea. Add that quantity to a glass of water and you’ll have a delicious tea.
Another way is to mix 60 grams of the mixture with 30 grams of dried dandelion roots and add this to 2.5 ounces of water along with some salt. Leave it to boil and simmer for around 20 minutes and strain the liquid afterwards. You can take up to three glasses a day.
This mixture requires 400 yellow dandelion flowers, 4 sliced oranges and 4 sliced lemons, all put together in 3 liters of water. The mixture needs to stay put for 24 hours after which you can add 2 cups of sugar, and cook it for around 30 minutes.
When the mixture gets thick and syrupy, put away from heat and store the mixture into uncontaminated jars. You can use the dandelion syrup for regular coughs and colds or even bronchitis.