Dandelion tea keeps the cold at bay, ideal for survival of the bush and widerness
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Dandelion tea is made from the Dandillion flower heads

Dandelion Tea
Remove the yellow head from the plant and pull off all of the green parts. Put about 4 heads in a cut of hot water a steep. The tea has a nice mild flavor similar to a jasmine tea.

Dandelion Tea can help protect you against the cold and vitamin deficiensies in the wilderness.
The dandelion is a perennial, herbaceous plant with long, lance-shaped leaves. They're so deeply toothed, they gave the plant its name in Old French: Dent-de-lion means lion's tooth in Old French.
The leaves are 3 to 12" long, and 1/2 to 2-1/2" wide, always growing in a basal rosette.

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