Root is a natural blood purifier and detoxifier. It is favored for helping the body
maintain healthy skin. It nourishes the urinary and respiratory systems, and also
nutritionally supports joints and other skeletal tissues. It is reported to promote
glandular and hormone balance, as well as remove accumulations and deposits around the
In the Middle Ages, burdock was used for treating a host of ailments. Herbalists used burdock root for boils, scurvy (a disease caused by vitamin C deficiency, leading to bleeding, gum disease, and weakness), diabetes, and rheumatism (disorders characterized by joint discomfort and loss of mobility). Burdock also played an important role in Native American herbal medicine, and American herbalists have used the roots and seeds of this plant for two centuries.
Burdock root has been used as a "blood purifier" to clear the bloodstream of toxins, as a diuretic to promote the excretion of urine, and as a topical remedy to relieve skin problems. In folk medicine, burdock has also been used as a laxative and to relieve inflammatory conditions such as arthritis. Plus, there is belief that burdock may be helpful for kidney stones.
2 to 4 tbsp. Burdock Root Powder make into a tea.
1? quarts warm filtered water ( Mix well )
Temperature 103º Fahrenheit
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Warning: Do not use enemas or laxatives if
abdominal pain, nausea, or vomiting are present unless directed by your health care