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quaicheng
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Wife came home with t lg bunches of organic dandelion greens from grocery store, $4 bunch.

Can I overdo these????

Overnight gastro calming.
Wonderful in the vita-mix as a smoothie w nana.

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lou
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Saw them for the first time in local grocery store, which is trying hard to include more organic stuff.

Hope they don't taste like turnip greens (ugh). Give us a taste report.

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Ive had them before, they are a bit too bitter tasting for me.

I dont own a juicer but i bet they would taste good with something.

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I drink Dandelion Leaf Tea for the diruetic properties. Works great for my fluid retention.
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Taste, medicinaly bitter raw.

In a blender with powdered supps, banana, 1/2 lemon, psyllium, and water they are great.

I drink a qt of the mix for breakfast.

I had been herxing bad as a result of my grapefruit x2 day, thinking that was helping (not). The grapefruit increased my body toxicity alarmingly. I had a grapefruit or two a day the whole time I have been on abx, seeds and all (read: WHOOPS!).

In a day on Dandelion greens w every meal, I am headed for the better like instantly. Gone is the doxy gut, the shakes and twitchy voltages in my legs.

I had a huge rainbow trout and dandy greens last night for dinner. The greens steamed are actually wonderfull, still bitter so a little butter, lotsa real salt.

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