“Great for Detoxing the Liver, Anti-inflammatory, Helps with Arthritis, It’s Good Free Food, Great for Skin Disease, Lowers Blood Pressure, Helps with Colds and the Flu, Kills Bacteria, and even Helps with Cancer”

Burdock Root grows all over the world in moderate climates and works wonders for lots of different diseases. Burdock Root is a great detoxing agent for the liver and blood, it can be eaten like a potato, it grows wild all over the world, it’s a powerful diuretic, helps to heal and drain the lymphatic system, helps with swelling of the spleen, kills bacteria, and it’s anti-inflammatory. And it helps with inflammation of the joints and arthritis in general, it’s a good expectorant and helps to get rid of phlegm, helps with cancer, it’s a powerful antioxidant that heals and prevents DNA damage, helps with tonsillitis, and it has no side-effects if used in normal doses… and much more.

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