Golden Fields Dandelion Coffee Granules are made from 100% roasted organic dandelion roots.
Dandelion coffee helps combat liver problems, kidney problems and aids digestion. Dandelion is a mild natural laxative, a blood purifier, and an ideal diuretic due to its richness in minerals (it contains potassium, calcium, sodium, also phosphorous, iron, nickel, cobalt, tin, copper and zinc). This Dandelion coffee is a popular caffein-free coffee substitute. Dandelion coffee is suitable for a diabetic diet due to its inulin content.
About this product:
Golden Fields Dandelion Coffees are organically grown in New Zealand. They are not our own products, but are product we love and are happy to share with you.
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Herbal Potential Sweet Tooth Tea also contains dandelion leaf
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Why a coffee substitute? Why a coffee alternative?
- Caffeine effects and noxiousness varies for each individual, but it increases with advancing age as the kidneys gradually deteriorate, leaving coffee acids to concentrate in the blood and body tissues: during this time, one is exposed to increase of blood pressure and heart rate, to hypoglycemia when coffee and sugar are combined, to rise of blood fat levels (interestingly, cholesterol levels can be reduced more effectively by giving up caffeine than through a low fat diet). Then comes a time when caffeine ceases to be a stimulant, no matter how much is drunk, and the fatigued body is exposed to some health catastrophe.
- Discontinuing coffee won’t make one feel better instantly: caffeine withdrawal symptoms from caffeine addiction, usually constant headaches, will persist over the time it takes the coffee poisons to be eliminated (up to two weeks). Dandelion Coffee Alternatives offer an alternative to the pernicious habit of the “coffee break” offering extra coffee to people who should not be drinking it in such large amounts, but gradually replacing it altogether.
- Dandelion coffee substitutes are suitable for all ages, also for children and teenagers for which caffeine has a detrimental effect on the nervous system growth. This is even more true in the case of caffeine and pregnancy – babies and foetuses are not yet able to eliminate coffee poisons.
- Decaf? Decaffeinated coffee is as noxious as whole coffee, it still contains some caffeine and all other poisons that are in the coffee (polyphenols and tanins that impair a good assimilation of the food we eat). Provided it has not been water extracted, it contains traces of the solvent used to remove the caffeine and has been shown to be linked to breast diseases (for women) and prostate problems (for men).