Organic Burdock Root
Organic Burdock Root
Diuretic (NOT a laxative)
Burdock root has been used for centuries in various parts of the world to improve a variety of bodily functions and ailments. Traditionally, the root has been used as a blood purifier, clearing the bloodstream of toxins. It is also treasured as a natural diuretic, helping to expel excess water from the body by naturally increasing the flow of urine output. Burdock root has an enjoyably earthy taste and can be consumed with other detoxifying herbs to increase the benefits.
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This plant has traditionally been used as a detoxifying tonic- please note that if used as such, it will increase sweating. It acts as a diuretic to aid the body in ridding excess toxins and water. Topically, Burdock may be used to help heal burns. Traditionally, it has been used to aid in the treatment of cancer. DO NOT USE BURDOCK IF PREGNANT OR NURSING. Burdock is a uterine stimulant, and may cause contractions. Any toxins it aids the mother of may pass to a fetus through the placenta, or to a breastfed baby through breast milk. Those with marigold or ragweed allergies should exercise caution when using burdock.
Interesting Article by the Journal of Ethnopharmacology
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