Burdock grows naturally in Europe in Asia and is cultivated in other parts of the world where conditions permit. Traditionally, burdock root has been used as an herbal medicine primarily for throat irritation, viruses like colds and flu, throat pain, and as a diuretic.
In modern times, burdock is still used in these ways.
Burdock's Health Benefits
Burdock root is thought to purify the blood, fight infections and is often a part of detoxification protocols.
Use as directed. Consult a doctor or pharmacist before combining this with any medication
Side-effects and Cautions:
Pregnant or nursing women should avoid burdock as it may cause damage to the fetus. If you are sensitive to daises, chrysanthemums, or ragweed, you may also experience an allergic reaction to burdock.