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Organic roasted dandelion root tea by Traditional Medicinals. 60 oz. water, 2 T. lemon juice and 1 bag of this tea. Steep overnight and drink all the next day! Better sleep, more energy, flatter stomach AND curbs the appetite like you wouldn't believe!! 3.5 pounds gone last week alone....I'm hooked!!


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Flush out the bloat with Apple Cider Vinegar and Dandelion Root tea


Detox: Ingredients 64 oz purified water 1 bag Dandelion Root Tea 1 tablespoon pure Cranberry Juice 2 tablespoons Lemon Juice Directions: Make the tea as directed on the box. Cool to room temperature and add it to your container. Mix in the lemon juice, cranberry juice, and fill with filtered water up to 64 ounces. Drink one full 64 oz container every day for seven days.

This is my step-by-step tutorial on how to make dandelion root tea. There are many reasons to drink dandelion root tea, and it's fun and easy to dig your own roots, dry them, and make them into a delicious drink – even use it as a coffee substitute! You can use the whole plant: roots for tea, greens for salads and soups, flowers in wine and syrup.

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How to Make Jillian Michael’s Secret Detox Cleansing Drink

Jillian Michael’s Detox Cleansing Drink- *64 oz. purified water *1 bag Dandelion Root Tea *1 tablespoon pure Cranberry Juice *2 tablespoons Lemon Juice

Detox with a mint berry infused dandelion root tea recipe and review.


Benefits of Dandelion Root tea from Good Food Eating


Natural Cures Not Medicine: Cancer Killing Dandelion Tea Gets Research Grant. Thank you Jillian Michaels for introducing me to the only thing I drink during the day: Dandelion Root Tea water

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