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Dandelion - Alcohol Free Default Category Herb Pharm 4 oz.
Dandelion - Alcohol Free Default Category Herb Pharm
Dandelion - Alcohol Free Default Category Herb Pharm 1 oz.

    Dandelion - Alcohol Free



    Herb Pharm Dandelion, Alcohol-Free

    Cleanse & Detoxify • Taraxacum officinale

    Supports the body's cleansing and detoxification process. Dandelion glycerite tastes slightly bitter and sweet.

    This product is also available in a certified organic cane alcohol solution, check it out Dandelion!


    Serving Size: 0.7 ml Amount/Serving
    Dandelion whole flowering plant
           (Taraxacum officinale)*(1) extract
    807 mg**

    Other Ingredients: certified organic vegetable glycerin & distilled water.

    Gluten Free. Herbal Identity Assured. Non-GMO. Vegan.

    Contains NO Alcohol.

    *Certified Organic
    **Extraction rate 560 mg fresh herb per 0.7 ml.
    (1) Fresh (undried) 

    Fresh herb / menstruum ratio: 1:1.25

    Suggested Use

    Shake Well Before Using.

    Add 1 full squeeze of the dropper bulb to 2 oz. of water or juice, 2 to 4 times per day. Best taken between meals.

    Caution: Keep out of the reach of children.

    Storage: Store away from heat & light.

    More Info.

    Herb Pharm prepares its alcohol-free Dandelion extract from fresh (never dried) whole Certified Organic Taraxacum officinale plants (root, leaf, and flower) grown on its farms in southern Oregon. The plants are grown in neat rows, are harvested each spring, and often have taproots over a foot in length. To assure optimal extraction of the herb’s bioactive compounds, the plants are hand-harvested while in full flower and are then promptly extracted while still fresh and succulent.

    All their Glycerites are made using 100% non-palm glycerin to avoid contributing to global rainforest deforestation. Instead of palm, they use Certified Organic corn glycerin. Herb Pharm assures herb identity via macroscopic and organoleptic analysis, then confirms it through methods such as HPTLC fingerprinting specific to each herb.