Herb Uses Chart

Herb Uses Chart – Informational purposes only Taking herbs should not be done as a substitution for the services of a licensed practitioner and are not to be used in the treatment, prevention or diagnosis of any specific disease. Use of herbs for any ailment requires you to fully investigate the herb for efficacy, strength and dosage. Seek professional medical advice prior to use. To locate an experienced herbalist in your area, contact the American Herbalists Guild (AHG). To located a licensed naturopath in your area,contact the American Association of Naturopathic Physicians (AANP).​ Always use common sense and precaution. Common …

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Burdock Roots And Their Amazing Remedies

Burdock Roots and Their Amazing Remedies By Joy Mary We have probably all walked through a field, only to be annoyed by the pesky burrs stuck to our socks or pant legs. But the root of that plant is a major ingredient of a wide variety of healthy remedies. Burdock (officially Arctium lappa) grows wild in Europe, Asia, and North America. The root is sweet and has a gummy consistency but the leaves are bitter like dandelion. The stalks taste a little like celery. Burdock’s active ingredients are arcigen, calcium, chlorogenic acid, essential oil, flavonoids, inulin, lactone, mucilage, polyacetylenes, potassium, …

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