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Burdock Root - Medicinal Dried Herb
Culinary Uses: Burdocks young leaves and stalks have been used in fresh salads while it's roots are boiled like asparagus. The roots were often times used as a substitute for coffee. The nutty taste of it's roots are highly sought after.
External uses: Burdock Root can be applied externally as a salve or poultice for all skin conditions such as psoriasis, eczema, rashes, candidas and herpes.
Medicinal Parts Used: Roots ,stalks, seed
Medicinal Properties and Uses of Burdock Root: Burdock root is high in fiber, vitamins and minerals. Burdock Root has been successfully used as a treatment for Crohn's disease, chronic fatigue syndrome and helps in cellular regeneration and recovery from hepatitis and is an appetite stimulator. Burdocks antioxidant and anti-inflammatory properties aid in circulation problems and has shown to block dangerous chemicals from causing damage to cells helping decrease the risk of developing cancer from toxic chemicals. It's antibacterial and antifungal properties aid in the elimination of uric acid or gout also helping kidneys filter out impurities. Burdock is great for water retention, gallbladder, liver and kidney functions, urinary and circulatory systems. Burdock Root detoxifies impurities through the bloodstream and eliminates it through the skin. Burdock Root is the #1 herb used for Blood purifying.
Burdock Root Tea Recipe: Steep 1 tsp dried herb in 1 cup water. Drink 3 cups a day.