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Month: January 2017

Dandelion Root Tea Time

Dandelion Root Tea Time

Dandelion; By any other name… Dandelion is the common English name for the Taraxacum, the Latin name given the pretty yellow flower in medieval pharmacological writings from ancient Persia.  The English name is a corruption of the French term for “lion’s tooth.” Common folk names for the dandelion include:  Blowball, canker wort, doon-head-clock, witches gowan, milk witch, lion’s tooth, yellow gowan, Irish daisy, monk’s head, priest’s-crown, puff-ball, faceclock, pee-a-bed, piss-a-bed, wet-a-bed, swine’s snout, white endive and wild enoy Dandelions Cure Cancer!…

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