a natural blood purifier & pain reliever
HERE'S THE TEA:
Burdock grows along the roadsides, sprinkled within fields, and along the edges of the woods. In North America, we often consider the plant a pesky weed, but it actually has many health benefits! Burdock root has been used medicinally since the Middle Ages when practitioners would primarily prescribe it to purify blood, as it helps release toxins from the body.
Fun fact: Did you know burdock was the inspiration behind velcro? After finding the burs of the burdock plant stuck to his pant leg and to his dog's fur, the Swiss engineer, George de Mestral, analyzed the structure of the plant and invented a material with the same hooked structure, Velcro!
- Recent evidence has found that burdock root contains active ingredients that can remove toxins from the bloodstream.
- Burdock root has been shown to contain multiple types of powerful antioxidants, including quercetin, luteolin, and phenolic acids.
- Burdock root has also long been used to treat skin conditions like acne and eczema. The root’s anti-inflammatory and antibacterial properties can help resolve skin issues when applied topically to the skin.
- Because of its anti-inflammatory effects, burdock root is soothing for achy joints and sore muscles.
With milk thistle, burdock, green rooibos tea, cinnamon bark, peppermint leaves, dandelion root, and lemon balm.
Elevates overall wellness by detoxifying the organs.
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