Posted by 4735075204915234392 on May 12, 2014
Relief my indigestion problem. Well it does taste bitter.
Excellent for Horses
Posted by 5245687126356940096 on Aug 15, 2014
I feed this to my horses. It is excellent in keeping their stools from getting to dry. Dandelion root is also detoxifying which can help with chronic health issues such as allergies.
Posted by 5322656975059102429 on Jan 21, 2015
Good quality. Nice to mix as a tea with Pau d'Arco Bark (Frontier Natural), Rooibos (Starwest Botanicals), Anise Seed Whole, or Fennel (Starwest Botanicals), Powdered Stevia Herb (Frontier Natural), Cardamom, Decorticated Whole(Starwest Botanicals), and Licorice Root(Starwest Botanicals). For a huge cup (500ml) use a tsp of each, except for cardamom where a 1/4 of a tsp is plenty. Simmer for 5min, turn off the heat, and infuse for 10 min. then reheat a bit. Sometimes I change a few herbs and root in order to get other minerals and vital stuff into my body. After a month or so Licorice can be overpowering in taste. Other tea herbs: Burdock, German Chamomile Flowers, slippery elm, Star Anise, Gotu Kola, Astragalus Root, Elder(European Berries), Hawthorn Berries, otanicals, Linden Leaf & Flower, Marshmallow Root etc
Posted by underfundig on Mar 27, 2013
I make tea of this mixed with burdock root for skin clarifying effect. I think it helps a little. It also tastes good, I think.
not sure about the benifits. I need to dedicate a week more to know.
Posted by Reviewer1811291 on Jun 01, 2010
Some what bitter tastes.