Regular size = 80 grams (2.82 ounces), which will make ten 16-ounce servings, or thirteen 12-ounce servings, of tea.
Roasted, coarse-cut dandelion root has been used as a substitute for coffee since at least the mid-1800s. Like its cousin dandelion leaf, it is completely caffeine-free and believed to be good for blood flow and digestion (your mileage may vary). It is often used in the same way as chicory — either you can blend some with your already ground coffee, or you can make tea (known as “dandelion coffee”) instead to wean yourself off.
|boiling (205°F) water|
|12 oz. water : 6.0g (1¾ tsp) tea
16 oz. water : 8.0g (2¼ tsp) tea