Some Good Uses of the Burdock Plant
by Kim Selorio
The Burdock can also be used for skin problems like acne; it acts as a cleansing
material. In Europe, the greens of this plant and its stalk are eaten since the Burdock
has very good nutrition and vitamin values.

More and more research has been done about the Burdock and a lot of swell
discoveries about out are popping up. The relationships between the Burdock and its
anti-fungal and anti-bacterial properties have been closely examined and researchers
have found that the Burdock shows signs that it may fight against tumours. It could
also be a solution to fighting cancer as well since the Burdock can kill the cancer
causing compounds found in food.

The Burdock can also be very helpful in the immune system. It helps the immune
system to become stronger when it is weaken by factors like the environment and
the likes. When this plant is mixed with other herbs like the Dandelion and Ginger,
they act like a very effective and might blood purifier. Due to the very great amount
of insulin found in this plant, the Burdock can also help fight hypoglycaemia and
pre-diabetic conditions. Insulin is a natural occurring chemical in the body.

In present times, if try and look for the Burdock in supermarkets you may be likely to
find out that majority prefer to call it gobo. Usually, the Burdock is combines with
other kinds of vegetables or mixed with Tofu, thus giving Tofu a richer and yummier
taste. Some usually boil the Burdock while others deep fry it in olive oil. Many people
say that it would not be a good idea to see the Burdock before eating it since it may
make you change your mind on eating it.

The appearance of this plant is classified as woody, thick and dark. But majority
agree that when it comes to taste it is the exact opposite. This plant is also classified
as good and healthy food for the body since it has a low calorie rate and it has higher
fibber intakes rather than other plants in its family. The plant has great amounts of
potassium, iron and calcium also. Some say also that the Burdock has a unique taste
and it is unforgettable.

A lot of people say that the best description of this plant is, when it comes to flavour
the Burdock is sweet yet earthy-like. It also has a tender and crisp texture. Because
of this ideal texture, it is added to soups, stews and the likes. The Burdock is a high
nutrient plant in which has a lot of vitamins. It is also a very powerful herb that can
help the body go back to its original state.

A lot of people say that the best description of this plant is, when it comes to flavour
the Burdock is sweet yet earthy-like. It also has a tender and crisp texture. Because
of this ideal texture, it is added to soups, stews and the likes. The Burdock is a high
nutrient plant in which has a lot of vitamins. It is also a very powerful herb that can
help the body go back to its original state.

The bottom line is, Burdock is like any other herb that can be used for food purposes
but it may also be used for
and medicinal purposes. Indeed this
plant can also help cure some illnesses you may have. It may also make your
immune system more immune. Just imagine how much money you would save?
Being immune means that you are having a protective shield over your body to
become preventive to various illnesses.


About The Author

Kim Selorio

Let us try to use
as an alternative to those chemical medicines too.
Burdock, a plant associated with the
daisy family. The Burdock is closely
relates to the Dandelion, the
Feverfew and other plants in the
daisy family. It has dark green leaves
that can grow up to 28" (71
centimetres long). During the ancient
times, the Greeks used the Burdock's
roots, seeds and greens for herbal
and medicinal purposes. But now in
the present times, the Burdock is
used for food and medicine.

In present times, the Burdock is still
used as ailments for liver problems
and disorders in the digestive system.
Copyright © EveryNutrient.com
These statements have not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration (FDA). The content on
this website is for educational purposes only.  Please consult with your physician before using natural
remedies and before making any drastic changes to your diet or exercise
program.
Mission Statement       Article Submissions       Contact Us       Advertise        Privacy Policy       Terms and Conditions       Links
The World's
Healthiest
Food, Rich in Beta
Carotene and
Phytonutrients


What Kinds of
Internal Body
Cleansing Are
There?


Correct Your Acid
Alkaline Balance
By The Water You
Drink


Behold The
Benefits of Omega
3 Fatty Acids For
Your Overall Well-
Being


Colon Cleansing
With Bentonite Clay


Probiotics - A
Solution for
Bloating, Gas, IBS,
Skin Infections,
Tooth Decay,
Diarrhea and More


Is Vitamin D3
Deficiency a
National Health
Crisis?


Elderberry Can
Boost The
Immune System In
The Winter


Walking: Safest,
Simplest, Best
Form of Exercise


Detoxing The
Liver - Does
Lemon Juice
Detox the Liver?


Wheatgrass
Juicers-
The Benefits of
Wheatgrass Juice


The Danger of
Eating Too Much
Protein


The Health Secrets
of Berries


The Benefits of
Maintaining Your
Body's Healthy pH
Level


“Feed” Your Skin
Antioxidants For A
Glowing
Complexion


The Sneak Attack
of Trans-Fats


The Many Health
Benefits of
Coconut Oil


Untold Nutritional
Secrets


Importance of
Nutrition For
Children
& Parents


Power Nutrition
Basics


Good Nutrition: The
Overlooked Vitamin
You Need To Know
About


Post Workout
Nutrition: Secrets
To A Hard, Lean
Body


Cheap and Healthy
Nutrition Plans


Top Nutritional
Tips To
Support Healthy
Hair Growth


Nutrition And
Mental Function


The Top 11 Signs
That Suggest
Omega 3 Fatty Acid
Deficiency


Five Reasons Why
You Should Drink
More Water
Everyday
___________________
Marketplace (Organic/Eco-Friendly)
OCA
Organic
Consumers
Association
GreenPeople
.org
MountainRoseHerbs.com
More Articles
Home

Articles

Nutrients

Fruits

Vegetables

Beans

Nuts

Seeds

Sprouts

Grains

Teas

Herbs & Spices

Recipes

Resources
Nutiva Organic,
Extra-Virgin Coconut Oil
Coconut Oil Reviews
,
Custom Search
Coconut Oil Research
Gluten-Free Recipes
Living-Foods.com
Raw-Vegan Recipes
EveryNutrient
.com