Dandelion has had a long history of medicinal use. Many settlers brought it from Europe for its nutritional and medicinal values. We hand pick the dandelion blossoms early in the season out of our garden and let them dry in the sun to keep the blossom as open as possible. A sweeter version of dandelion leaf and root dandelion greens, dandelion blossom are used in many recipes from wine to jelly. Our dried version can be used in teas and tinctures and in herbal infusions. Use a clear brewing container to see the flowers open in the infusion!
This information is for educational purposes only. Consult with a qualified herbalist when using any botanical product to treat specific injuries, ailments or medical conditions.