Burdock Root Extract, good for the liver, good for the skin
What is burdock root extact? That was the first thought I had when I heard of burdock root extract. I thought it was a tree you find in the woods. Well I found out it’s part of the thistle family (it actually looks similar to milk thistle). This amazing root is made up of 75% complex carbohydrates known as fructo-oligo-saccharides (FOS), & is made of 27-45% inulin (
feed off of this nutrient) The FOS in help to keep blood sugar levels constant and reduce hyperglycemia. It consists of carbohydrates, volatile oils, plant sterols, tannins, and fatty oils.
Burdock root extract is known for it’s healing properties. It is used around the world to treat respiratory disorders, abscesses, joint pain, urinary problems and to overcome serious health challenges by stimulating cellular regeneration, detoxification and cleansing.
In tradition Chinese medecine burdock root in combination with other plants are used to cure colds, measles, throat pain, and tonsillitis.
The root has high levels of flavanoid antioxidants which is higher than
. Additional benefits of burdock root include stablizing hormones levels which is good for acne, psorisis, eczema & fibroids.
Burdock root tea is a blood purifier and diuretic. The tea & root can be applied to treat skin conditions. For example you can take the burdock root, grate it and apply it directly to the acne or you can take the dab the liquid with a cotton ball and apply it directly to the skin.
It comes in the form of burdock root tea, burdock whole root fresh & dried. It is also in many cleansing kits.
Burdock roots uses:
- Bone and Joint Health
- Breathing Disorders
- Canker Sores
- Celiac's Disease
- Cellular Regeneration
- Crohn's Disease
- Chronic Fatigue Syndrome
- Digestive Disorders
- Gastrointestinal Disorders
- Hormone Imbalances
- Irritable Bowel Syndrome
- Joint Pain
- Senility/Aging Conditions
- Skin Disorders
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