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Burdock has a long history of use as a cultivated vegetable and medicine. This Russian native now grows as a weed in much of North America and Europe. Growing 2-5 feet tall, with a thick woody stem and deep roots, you can spot Burdock in country pastures and along fencerows. It is recognized by its purple flowers and round burrs that are known for sticking to hikers' clothing.
Long used in Chinese medicine, some herbal medicine specialists believe that the drink can improve your immune system, lower blood pressure, heal a damaged liver, and even prevent or treat cancer. It is also used to reverse the signs of ageing and improve hair health. Burdock has a bitter and sweet flavour which makes for a delicious tea.
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