Use Burdock Roots to make an Anti-Inflammatory Tincture. Great for:
Burdock grows fast and there is plenty of root to harvest in the first year after just a few months of growth. So early fall in the first year would be a great time to harvest.
Once You Have Dug the Root - Wash it Extremely Well
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The root and the entire plant can be consumed also to help with
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Note: If you’re allergic to chrysanthemums or daisies, you may be at an increased risk of having an allergic reaction to burdock root and should avoid it.
Pregnant women or women trying to become pregnant shouldn’t take burdock root or supplements.
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