Probably you have already strolled in a forest or over a meadow and all of a sudden your clothes were full of sticky and spiky burrs that are difficult to get rid of, and they are especially hard to remove from the fur of your four-legged friend.
Well, the root of this plant has potent healing properties and is universally useful.
It is full of antioxidants, including quercetin and luteolin. Antioxidants protect your body cells from the damage caused by free radicals. They help you treat and prevent numerous medical conditions. Antioxidants also help you to reduce inflammations. One study demonstrated that burdock root reduced inflammation in patients with osteoarthritis.
One of the most common uses of burdock root has always been the purification of blood. Recent evidence has shown that burdock root contains active ingredients in its root system, which can remove toxins from your blood flow. Research has also shown that burdock root is effective in detoxing blood and stimulating circulation on the skin surface.
Burdock is also very useful to alleviate liver pain and to cleanse the liver. It is especially efficient in combination with milk thistle. How does it work? By lowering your liver enzyme levels, especially aspartate aminotransferase (AST) and alanine aminotransferase (ALT). The enzymes AST and ALT are liver damage markers. When their level in your blood is high, it means your liver is damaged. The fact the burdock root significantly reduces liver enzymes supports the theory that it protects your liver.
- Improves your liver health
- Helps you cleanse your body
- Protects your cells from free radicals
- Protects you from inflammations
Take two capsules with a meal and a sufficient quantity of water.
Dietary supplement. Ingredients: burdock root (arctium lappa) 920 mg* **, gelatin, magnesium stearate, rice flour. Net quantity: 100 capsules. *Daily dose not established. **Value given for two capsules.