Dandelion Tea & Giveaway

Dandelion Tea & Giveaway

Gosh I love spring time. For me, spring is all about growth, change, and making space for new things. I love how spring encourages us to make better choices and clean – whether that means our homes, our kitchen cupboards, or our bodies.

One of my favorite parts of springtime is the abundance of fresh, leafy greens. And dandelions. Did you know that dandelions are edible? It’s true! You can actually eat dandelion greens and they’re really delicious when sauteed with a little fat as this helps reduce their bitterness. You can check out my dandelion greens recipe here.

Since spring is upon us and everyone is in detox mode, I wanted to share one of my favorite tea brands with you and introduce you to two of their new teas! I’m a big tea drinker and I’ve been a fan of Traditional Medicinals tea for a long time. My favorites are their Nighty Night tea (it’s perfect before bed), Echinacea Plus tea (great during cold season), and Ginger Aid tea (helps with digestion and abdominal cramps). My kitchen cabinet is stocked full of Traditional Medicinals tea so you can imagine how excited I was when they reached out to me and offered to let me try their new blends!

For nearly 40 years Traditional Medicinals has been encouraging people to embrace plants as a way to maintain wellness.  Dandelion has become increasingly popular for its ability to support the body’s natural detoxification process, which is why Traditional Medicinals recently released two new dandelion teas:

  • EveryDay Detox Dandelion – Inspired by a classic European herbal formula; a blend of dandelion, licorice, fennel, and peppermint help stimulate the liver while providing support to the kidneys.
  • Dandelion Leaf and Root – From roots to shoots, this enjoyably mild and sweet tea supports kidney function and healthy digestion.

Dandelion Tea & Giveaway

Dandelion Tea & Giveaway

These two teas are a perfect way to kick off the new season! I love them both, but I especially love the Everyday Detox blend as I found the combination of dandelion, licorice, fennel, and peppermint to be really soothing. I’m so excited to offer one lucky reader the chance to try these teas as well!

The winner will receive one box of the Everyday Detox tea and one box of the Dandelion Leaf and Root. This giveaway is only available to US residents (sorry to my international readers!) and you must be 18 or over to enter. Please use the rafflecopter below to enter to win the giveaway. The winner will be notified by email after the giveaway closes on March 31st. Good luck!

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Comments

  1. stacey says

    Ginger and Chamomile/Lavender are my favorites. I would love to try the new Traditional Medicinals flavors! Thanks for the chance to win!

  2. Shirley says

    I’ve been enjoying a chamomile tea at bedtime lately and a ginger tea also… but during the winter I loved the Gypsy Cold Care by Tradtional Medicinals. Those were so helpful for immune support.

  3. Sarah says

    I love Traditional Medicinals as well. Their Smooth Move and Eater’s Digest have helped tremendously with constipation and other digestive issues.

  4. sunnygrrlSB says

    My favorite springtime tea is chocolate peppermint green tea! It is a little sweet & bright and refreshing. Is dandelion tea bitter?

  5. Erin Ellis says

    English Breakfast is my current favorite. Thank you for the wonderful giveaway.
    Erin
    fairyfractal at gmail dot com

  6. Trish says

    I love Green Tea, chamomile peppermint and Chai. I love all kinds of tea but those are my go-to favorites for Spring or anytime.

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