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Aurica Dandelion Tee 70 g

  • Description
  • Application
  • Ingredients
  • Aurica Dandelion Tee for treatment of disorders of the bile flow. 

    Aurica Dandelion Tee acts as a herbal medicine for the treatment of disorders of the bile flow with digestive problems such as bloating and flatulence.

    For Aurica dandelion tea, the dried and cut herbs and the root pieces of Taraxacum officinale are used. Dandelion contains natural bitter substances and has a positive effect on the entire digestive system.

    It stimulates the production of gastric juice and bile acid and can thus contribute to a functioning digestion. Traditionally, dandelion is used when fat is poorly digested.

  • Dosage instructions and method of application:
    Unless otherwise prescribed, half a cup of the tea infusion prepared as follows is consumed 2-3 times a day to stimulate the appetite before meals and 1 cup after meals: 1 tablespoon of dandelion (approx. 1.5 g) Pour boiling water (approx. 150 ml) over it and let it steep for 10-15 minutes.

    Duration of use:
    A doctor should be consulted in the event of symptoms that last longer than 1 week or recur periodically.

    The package insert cannot replace your conversation with a doctor or pharmacist. Only they can decide whether and when you need to take a medicine.

    Do not use in case of obstruction of the biliary tract, intestinal obstruction and inflammation of the gallbladder as well as in case of known hypersensitivity to dandelions. Use in gallstone disease only after consulting a doctor.

    The widespread use of dandelion root as a medicine or in food has so far not given rise to any indications of risks. However, there are insufficient studies on the use of dandelion during pregnancy and breastfeeding and in children under 12 years of age. Dandelion tea infusions should therefore not be consumed by this group of people.

    Interactions with other agents:
    None known.

    Side effects:
    As with all bitter drugs, symptoms can occur due to excessively acidic gastric juice. As well as in rare cases with hypersensitivity to dandelion itching and skin reddening. If these side effects occur, the drug should no longer be taken.

    If you notice any side effects that are not listed here, please inform your doctor or pharmacist.

  • 0Medicinally active ingredient: dandelion.