Chicory Leaves Herbal Tea leaf stem flower root blue daisy tea, blue dandelion tea, blue sailors, blue weed, bunk, coffeeweed, succory, wild bachelor's buttons herbal medicine 100-gramRegular price $16.99 Save $-16.99
- This sugar-free organic Chicory leaves is high in digestive enzymes, nutrients and low in fat. That's perfect for boosting and developing body tissues like hair and skin etc.
- Healthy Nutrients for Digestive Aid - Vitamin A, B, C, and K are strong in papaya enzymes organic lea that are also considered to be an effective health boost. A homemade cup of Chicory leaf extract tea each day has enough digestive enzymes that could give you almost doubling the number of vitamins you required.
- Steep 1 tablespoon of dried leaves in 8oz of flash boiled water for 3-5 minutes. Sweeten as desired. For a stronger effect, Drink 2 to 3 times a day.
- Common names for varieties of var. foliosum include endive, radicchio, radichetta, Belgian endive, French endive, red endive, sugarloaf, and witloof (or witlof).
- Chicory root contains essential oils similar to those found in plants in the related genus Tanacetum. In alternative medicine, chicory has been listed as one of the 38 plants used to prepare Bach flower remedies.
- Chicory is known in the United States as Blue Dandelion and is commonly found growing along the roadside. In fact, the blue-purple sunray flower grows so heartily in America that many classify it as a weed. However, the properties found in its roots and leaves make chicory much more valuable than a common weed.
- Chicory roots are cultivated, dried and ground into a substance that has become a popular additive to tea and coffee. In fact, centuries ago chicory was known as the "poor man's coffee," and consumed by those who could not afford the real deal. Besides being beautiful and functional, chicory is also: Caffeine-free High in protein Easily digested Rich in vitamins and nutrients Affordable
- Chicory tea became a mainstream product back in the 1970s. Today, the popular herbal tea is sold commercially on a large scale and sales are booming. One of the reasons for its popularity is the fact that chicory root tea is so easy to make. Chicory tea is prepared by steeping one ounce of dried chicory root in a pint of boiling water for 10 minutes.
- Research shows that components of chicory leaf may beneficially effects for Antioxidants, Stress Relief, Boost Energy, Weight Balance, Boosts Skin Health, Rich Vitamin C Improves Sleep Quality, Boosts Immunity, Anti-inflammatory, improve digestion
Chicory leaf tea is gentle with a bitter taste, somewhat similar to a strong green tea.
Common chicory is a somewhat woody, perennial herbaceous plant of the family Asteraceae, usually with bright blue flowers, rarely white or pink. Native to the Old World, it has been introduced to North America and Australia. Many varieties are cultivated for salad leaves, chicons, or roots, which are baked, ground, and used as a coffee substitute and food additive. In the 21st century, inulin, an extract from chicory root, has been used in food manufacturing as a sweetener and source of dietary fiber.