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Latin Name: Arctium lappa
Common Names: greater burdock, edible burdock, lappa, beggar's buttons, thorny burr, or happy major
Origin: native to Africa, Europe, and Asia
Distribution Area: spread worldwide
Parts Used: Leaves, roots, seeds
Botanical Information: A large perennial or biennial herbaceous plant, 60-120 cm high (sometimes up to three meters). The root is thick, rod-shaped, and spindle-shaped, up to 60 cm long. The stem is erect, powerful, longitudinally grooved, often reddishly colored. The leaves are very large, petiolate, cordate. Flowers are tubular, in dark purple baskets. Blossoms in June-July.
The chemical composition of burdock roots contains:
- tannic and bitter substances
- fatty and essential oils
- palmitic and stearic acids
- polysaccharide inulin
The infusion is prepared in the following way:
Pour 2 tablespoons of burdock with one glass of water, leave for infusing for 2 hours, use half a glass 3-5 times a day.
To prepare the tincture take the root of burdock, honey and medical alcohol in equal proportions. Infuse this mixture for two weeks, consuming 1 tablespoon 3 times a day.
Decoction of burdock. One teaspoon of burdock roots is poured with two glasses of boiling water, infused for 12 hours, half of the glass is consumed 4 times a day. Another decoction is prepared as follows: pour one teaspoon of root with a glass of boiling water, warm on low heat for 5-10 minutes, use 3 times a day for one tablespoon.
There are alsmot no contraindications for this plant.
- It is important not to use this plant if a person has an individual intolerance of any substances that make up this plant.
- It is not recommended for pregnant women to take medications based on burdock, as well as during breastfeeding.
- You can not consume burdock when having allergic reactions.
3 tablespoons of Burdock root
3 tablespoons of Elecampane root
500 ml of Vodka
Chop the roots of plants and pour with vodka, leaving in a cool place for 2 weeks. Mix the composition periodically, and at the end strain it. It should be taken three times a day for 15 drops.
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