Wild Sea Salt Dandelion
Translating to “lion’s tooth” in French, this wild plant is rich in vitamin A, C, iron, calcium and potassium. It has high levels of luteolin, an anti-inflammatory and mast cell stabilizer. Luteolin inhibits essential components of cancer cells when it binds to them thus rendering them ineffective and unable to reproduce. This characteristic has been demonstrated most notably with prostate cancer, although other studies being done. Dandelion is considered a bitter herb which, in general, can aide the digestive system to function at its peak by stimulating digestive juices and dispatch stored bile from the gallbladder to the small intestine after meals. This aids nutrient assimilation and a more freely moving digestive tract.
The taste of Dandelion Wild Sea Salt is very mellow and does best with vegetables, chicken and pork. I even love it on eggs in the morning.