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Brew the dandelion Root coffee just as you would regular coffee.How to Make Roasted Dandelion Root Coffee Dandelion Root is a rich treasury of vitamins and minerals, as well as trace minerals and micronutrients. Use 1 level Tablespoon Roasted Root for each cup of water. Or use 1/3 cup root for each quart of water or 1-1/3 per gallon. You make need to adjust these amounts to your taste if you like it stronger or weaker, dandelion Root native American coffee wilderness survival, dandelion herb or taraxacum , Herbs Review for Herbs that detox. Dandelion root is a full body nutritive and powerful yet gentle liver and kidneys cleanse herb, Camping tips.

22 Comments on "dandelion Root coffee, wilderness survival,native American coffee"

  1. Yes it’s a great Dandelion root is a full body nutritive and powerful yet gentle liver and kidneys cleanse herb.

  2. There’s a guy who wrote a book about using dandelion root beverage as a cure for cancer.

  3. Awesome! i didnt know about the clay….makes perfect sense

  4. sunsetdisintegration | March 31, 2010 at 6:12 am |

    very inspiring video, thank you for sharing!

  5. Thank you 🙂

  6. great video. brought a smile to my face. i enjoy doing stuff like this myself.

  7. RightBrainSane | March 31, 2010 at 8:08 am |

    awesome

  8. Your welcome.

  9. cottonseedbks | March 31, 2010 at 9:01 am |

    Thank you for making this video and putting the health information in the description. I’m going to do a kitchen version to see if it helps with my kidneys.

  10. Cool i do to eat young dandelion leaves.

  11. Dandelion leaves, less than six inches long, are a nice addition to a spinach salad. Gives the bland raw spinach a bit of a bitter twang without making your mouth pucker up. I eat young dandelion leaves raw all the time as a trail nibble.

  12. No caffeine in it, Thank you.

  13. Really enjoyed this one. I have never given any thought to early ways of making coffee. I assumed that coffee wasn’t a part of the early diet. Does the coffee have caffeine? Thanks again for another interesting video.

    GRADE A

  14. nope coffee , in tea the roots are steep in boiling water , in coffee they are baked to a crisp , same way with chickory and acorns

  15. want a trade ?
    I just made some acorn coffee ! not bad for my first time althou I needed cream and surgar .

  16. Your welcome bro.

  17. Ahh thanks:)

  18. over night. 9 hours

  19. Great vid! Never seen the progress of making that kind of a coffee so primitive:) How long did the clay dry?

  20. DonnaLMiller | March 31, 2010 at 2:45 pm |

    Way cool! I love this stuff! Thanks so much for creating this and sharing it. It’s really clear how you’ve showed everything. I’ve subscribed to your channel and I’m looking forward to seeing more!

  21. U just made some dandelion tea not coffee

  22. jessekid86 | March 31, 2010 at 3:34 pm |

    Im tellin ya dude… If im ever stuck out in the wilderness or on a camping trip gone bad… I’ll survive thanks to you 🙂

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