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HiGlow Burdock Tea 1.76 oz

Product Number - 56004
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Burdock root makes this sweet herbal tea that is believed to remove toxins from the bloodstream. We do know that this makes a great tasting tea.

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Only the natural burdock (Arctium Lappa) plant are carefully picked and processed with our hereditary techniques and methods to bring out their goodness for a refreshing, aromatic drink which is ideal for today's hectic lifestyle. Burdock is known in Japan as the "Eastern Ginseng". No preservatives or artificial colorings are added.

Box Contains: 20 individual foil bags to preserve the freshness

Ingredients: Arctium lappa root

Net wt 1.76 oz / 50 g

Storage: Store in a cool and dry place. Avoid direct sunlight

Shelf Life: 18 Months

Preparation: Simply put the tea bag in a cup of boiling hot water. Leave it to infuse for 2-3 minutes and it is ready to serve. Use 1-2 tea bags at one time and 3 times a day.

During the Middle Ages, burdock was valued for treating a host of ailments. English herbalists used burdock root for boils, scurvy (a disease caused by vitamin C deficiency, leading to bleeding, gum disease, and weakness), diabetes, and rheumatism (disorders characterized by joint discomfort and loss of mobility). Burdock also played an important role in Native American herbal medicine, and American herbalists have used the roots and seeds of this plant for two centuries.

Burdock root has been traditionally used as a "blood purifier" to clear the bloodstream of toxins, as a diuretic to promote the excretion of urine, and as a topical remedy to relieve skin problems. In folk medicine, burdock has also been used as a laxative and to relieve inflammatory conditions such as arthritis. Plus, there is belief that burdock may be helpful for kidney stones.

As a vegetable, studies of burdock show that it is high in minerals, being a good source of iron. Data indicates that the root is a good source of the carbohydrate inulin which can account for 45% of the plant mass. And it is good source of essential oils.

In China, burdock is a natural aid in the cleansing and detoxification of the body. It is particularly useful for those suffering skin ailments and is used to help bring relief to joints. It can also be used to treat respiratory infections. People in South China regularly make soup with burdock to maintain the balance and the strength of their bodies.

Employed as a popular folk medicine in Japan, burdockis consumed as a vegetable, where it is called 'Gobo'. Because of its herbal value, it is known as Eastern Ginsengin Japan.

* This product is not intended to treat, cure or prevent any disease.

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