Burdock root (Articum lappa) is seen as a nuisance weed with it’s “sticky” seed heads getting velcroed to clothes and animal fur. Did you know it’s been used for herbal remedies for hundreds of years? Learn how to identify it, what it’s good for, and how to harvest it. Here’s a hint to what it could be used for – It could be renamed Burdock the Blood Booster.
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