Named from the French dent-de-lion, meaning lion's tooth, Dandelion was once grown as a prized specimen in France. Though the section most commonly used is the root, the leaves are often eaten raw in salads or lightly brewed to make tea. Wine and Schnapps are made from the flowers. Dandelion Root may be useful for easing water retention.
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