Burdock Leaf has many medicinal and culinary uses.
For Skin: Burdock leaf is often used in skin creams, salves, tinctures, and can also be used in a poultice for skin conditions such as mild burns, bruises, and other inflammatory skin issues - Can be infused into oils for skin and hair as well - rub into scalp for best results.
As a tea: Burdock leaf can be made into a tea or mixed into herbal blends for an added boost of anti oxidants. Burdock has a fresh, mild flavor that blends well with most herbs.
Culinary: Can be sprinkled into soups and stews as a thickening agent. Can also be added to any savory meal for added nutrition! use like parsley flakes.
inulin, mucilage, bitter glycosides such as arctiopicrin, flavonoids, polyacetylenes, tannins, volatile oil, sesquiterpenes
STORAGE: Store in a sealed container in a cool, dark place.
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