The Power of Dandelions

By | April 2, 2023

Dandelion is one of the most altruistic plants and is much needed by all of us. See below how to use Dandelion.

If you would like to know more about working with Dandelion consider the Introduction to Herbal Medicine course – details are here –

If you are interested in becoming empowered with regards to your health, I am a herbalist and a teacher and you can find out about the herbal courses I offer here –…

Dandelion is also included in my book The Weed Handbook Vol 1 and you can find that here –
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If you would like to make your own tincture here are the steps to follow.
1) Harvest the plant – never taking more than 5-10%. Chop the plant as finely as you can to ensure there is maximum surface area for extraction.
2) Place the chopped herb (which could be flowers, leaves, seeds, roots or bark) into a clean jam jar and cover with alcohol such as vodka. Make sure it is 40% proof (for Europe) or 80 – 100% proof in US. Give it a stir to remove any bubbles.
3) Keep the tincture for 6 weeks minimum and then strain out the plant material. Place the tincture into a brown bottle or into a bottle with a brown paper around it. That is it!! Use when needed – approximately 1/2 to 1 Tsp per dose.

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