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Organic Medicated Burdock - Blood/Skin Cleanser Formula.

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The Burdock plant is related to the Dandelion and Echinacea family. The seeds, greens and roots were used by the ancient Greeks as a medicine to heal many common ailments. The root is mainly used in today’s Burdock health supplements.

This herb is mainly used for digestive and liver problems but also has some other health benefits, such as a skin cleanser to treat acne, treatment of urinary tract infections, to boost energy and stamina, treat ulcers, cleanse the colon and treat psoriasis and eczema.

Also, Burdock is just plain healthy to eat. It’s packed with important vitamins and minerals.

Burdock possesses anti-fungal and anti-bacterial properties and may be helpful in fighting cancer and tumors due to it’s arctigenin content. It does quite a bit for such a little known herb.

This herb is a great immune booster and blood purifier. It contains large amounts of inulin, a natural chemical the works like insulin. For this reason, Burdock is thought to be helpful in combating diabetes and hypoglycemia.

Burdock can also be used for kidney stones, rheumatism and gout. It is great at cleansing the blood and lowering blood sugar levels.

It’s low in calories and high in fiber. It is rich in calcium, iron and potassium. It’s a very healthy food. Most people don’t get anywhere near enough fiber in their diet these days.

Burdock is widely used as an acne treatment. It decreases the flow of sebum produced by the sebaceous glands, helping to clear up the skin. It also increases circulation to the skin and kills any bacteria that may be present. It also removes toxins from the body by increasing perspiration.

Another use for this herb is for the treatment of arthritis. It reduces the build-up of toxins that lead to joint calcification. It also reduces swelling.