Alaska is one of the last untouched lands left in the world, free from many of the pollutants and contaminants found elsewhere. Beautiful mountains, serene rivers, and streams, Alaska is truly an untouched beauty, boasting healthy, vibrant plant life. It can't get any purer.
Dandelion is found all throughout Europe and North America, with various species originating in one or the other. Considered an annoying weed in most yards, dandelions are rapidly growing flowers that often provide the first food for bees each spring. They grow rapidly and spread even more rapidly. Despite their reputation as an annoying and difficult to kill weed, they have many uses. All parts of the dandelion are edible and are commonly incorporated into salads, or brewed into teas and infusions. Dandelions are often found as an ingredient in cosmetic products such as creams and salves, and are frequently used as an internal remedy for various purposes.
Dandelion leaf is also known as; Blowball, Cankerwort, Cochet, Common Dandelion, Couronne de Moine, Dandelion Extract, Dandelion Herb, Délice Printanier, Dent-de-Lion, Diente de Leon, Dudal, Endive Sauvage, Fausse Chicorée, Florin d'Or, Florion d'Or, Ghasedak, Herba Taraxaci, Laitue de Chien, Leontodon taraxacum, Lion's Teeth, Lion's Tooth, Piss-a-bed, Pisse au Lit, Pissenlit, Pissenlit Vulgaire, Priest's Crown, Pu Gong Ying, Red-Seed Dandelion, Salade de Taupe, Swine Snout, Taraxaci Herba, Taraxacum, Taraxacum dens-leonis, Taraxacum laevigatum, Taraxacum mongolicum, Taraxacum officinale, Taraxacum sinicum, Taraxacum vulgare, Tête de Moine, Wild Endive.