Dandelion roots have been used for liver and gallbladder disease for centuries.
In the 10th and 11th centuries, there was a wide range of records on its medicinal uses when it was widely used by Arab doctors. In the 16th century of the United Kingdom, the herbal dandelion was used by the official pharmacists and then it was widely accepted as a popular liver and digestive system medication. In the 16th century dandelion was widely used in anticachectic and hepathemia by Germany. Dandelion root was indeed a worldwide herb and had been used until now. Switzerland, Poland, Hungary and Russia still use it as an official drug.
Numerous studies have been conducted on drug and nutritional effects in many European countries. In China, India and Nepal, dandelion also was used as liver nourishing herb for centuries.
Today dandelion is used as a tonic in North America and Eastern Europe. Dandelion extract has been approved as food ingredients in the class of GRAS by the US Food and Drug Administration (FDA).
The dandelion root extract can be used as a flavoring ingredient in a wide variety of edible products, including alcoholic beverages and non-alcoholic beverages, frozen confections, confectionery, baked goods, jellies, puddings and cheese, and dandelion root tea is especially a popular healthy drink.
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