Also known as
Artium lappa, commonly known as burdock, is a biennial plant, home to the Asteraceae family of plants. Burdock is native to the Old World, but has been introduced worldwide, where it is enjoyed as a food and medicine.
mucilage, sulfurous acetylene compounds, polyacetylenes, arctigenin, arctiin, butyrolactone lignans, and guaianolide-type constituents.
Cut and sifted root
Burdock root can be eaten raw, cooked, juiced, or brewed into tea for its nutritional, detoxicant, and skin supporting properties. Recommended dosage is 1-2 teaspoons, boiled in 2-3 cups of water if making tea.
Burdock root is responsible for enhancing the immune system and scavenging free radicals while causing the body to sweat out toxins, it stimulates the immune system and digestion while maintaining balanced blood sugar levels.
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