Burdock Root is native to Europe and Asia and is used as a food source as well as medicinally. Burdock Root is used both internally as well as topically to treat many ailments and is considered to be a safe holistic treatment.
Burdock is a member of the Daisy family and produces a burr that will stick to animal fur and clothing and will cause skin irritation. Burdock grows to be approximately 2 or 3 feet tall and produces a purple flower and deep roots that are eaten as vegetable roots or used medicinally.
It is rumored that the burr from the Burdock plant was the inspiration of Velcro that is used today.
Burdock Root Tea
Burdock Root Tea is made by soaking approximately 1 teaspoon dried and finely crushed Burdock Root in 8 ounces of cold water for 1 – 2 hours and then boiling it for up to an hour and then strain before drinking.
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