Burdock root tea is an effective part of any woman’s skincare regime because it nourishes your skin from the inside.
The majority of skin problems, such as acne, eczema and dermatitis, have their origin beneath the skin. That’s where your skincare regime needs to start. The simple act of drinking 2 to 3 cups of burdock tea a day purifies your blood. And there are studies to prove that cleaner blood means clearer skin.
There’s also an added bonus for women who have a problem with fluid retention. As burdock root is a natural diuretic, it clears up problem skin and helps to reduce water weight.
|Organic Burdock Root (100%)|
COUNTRY OF ORIGIN
Vegan, GMO-free, gluten-free, sugar-free, dairy-free, nuts-free, egg-free, soy-free, keto-friendly, intermittent fasting allowed drink.
This tea may be drunk at any time of the day, although first thing in the morning is the most beneficial as it can get to work before your body has other things – like breakfast – to worry about.
Burdock root tea has a wonderfully unique flavour that is mild and earthy, with hints of sweetness. The perfect autumnal drink and ideal for those who prefer teas with a smoother, milder taste.
✓ Formulated and packed in Australia
✓ 100% natural ingredients
✓ Caffeine Free
✓ Eliminates toxins from the blood
✓ Antimicrobial effects
✓ Improves Energy Levels
✓ Relieve Bloating
✓ Prevent Premature Aging
✓ Nausea and Constipation
✓ Reduce acid reflux
✓ Improve skin's elasticity
✓ Reduce gastrointestinal complaints
✓ Reduce joint pain (rheumatism)
✓ Reduce Bladder infections
|AMOUNT: 1 tsp per 200ml|
|BREW TIME: 5-4 mins|
|WATER TEMPERATURE: 90⁰C|
|SERVING: hot / cold|
WHAT IS BURDOCK ROOT?
Burdock is a plant that is native to northern Asia and Europe.
It can grow up to 70 cm tall and has long, deep-growing roots that can be any shade of brown, to black.
They produce prickly heads of hooked burrs which often get caught in animal fur and human clothing.
Scientific evidence has shown burdock root to have active ingredients that remove toxins from the blood.
Coupled with the fact it is a natural diuretic, this means the blood is both cleansed, and these unwanted toxins are flushed out of the body. A secondary benefit of this is reduced water retention and clearer, smoother skin.
HOW DO YOU MAKE BURDOCK ROOT TEA?
WHAT IS BURDOCK ROOT GOOD FOR?
Aside from the health benefits mentioned above, burdock root is anti-inflammatory, anti-cancer, anti-diabetic, and antibacterial. It boosts the immune system, and helps maintain nerves and memory function.
CAN I USE FRESH BURDOCK ROOT?
Fresh burdock root can be used as a vegetable as well as an infusion.
Either way, wash the root thoroughly first. If using it in tea, you can simply thinly slice or grate the root as it is and add it to your infuser.
You can eat very young roots raw, but older roots need to be peeled and cooked – usually cut into slivers and stir-fried.
It tastes like artichoke.
I found burdock root tea to be pretty good at dealing with bloating. It took a few days, but I feel lighter and freer, I guess is the word. I've started peeing a lot, but that's a small price to pay.
I bought burdock tea for my skin, which wasn't too bad to begin with, but I thought it could be smoother and clearer. I was right. But the thing I found with this tea is it also helped with my problem with fluid retention. The two are probably connected, but I was pleasantly surprised regardless
I reckon it actually does cleanse the blood. You can see the results on your face. My skin looks fresher and there are no more blemishes