Taraxacum is a plant that was quite common in our meadows and countryside, so much so that we no longer notice it, almost to be considered "a weed" of the many that grow spontaneously. The dandelion, however, presents a strong background use in traditional medicine that has been lost over the centuries. Its name "dandelion" comes from its particular shape, from the jagged edges of its leaves that vaguely resemble the teeth of a feline, with long, lanceolate leaves and toothed margins. It is known for its particular characteristic that, after flowering, on the top of the stem, a small soft round format composed of many achenes is generated. This seedhead is the one all children remember having blown over once in their lifetime!
water, fructooligosaccharides (FOS), dandelion dry extract (Taraxacum campylodes G.E. Haglund) root 2% inulin, acid: citric acid; preservatives: potassium sorbate, sodium benzoate; flavouring, thickener: xanthan gum; sweetener: sucralose.
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