Chicory herb extract, benefits, health, effects, plant, supplements, side effects Chicory

What Chicory herb Is:

If coffee isn't your cup of tea, perhaps chicory is more to your liking. It's an excellent caffeine-free substitute for Java. In fact, several canned brands of coffee contain roasted chicory root (check the labels). Although you're probably familiar with chicory as a coffee additive, you're probably not familiar with it as a plant. Introduced to the United States and southern Canada from Europe, it will grow almost anywhere, although it prefers a humid climate. Herbalists like to dig up the roots, but you should first stop and appreciate its pretty pale blue flowers. You're even less likely to know that chicory is an industrial source of fructose and a sugar enhancer called maltol.

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