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Wednesday, 14 September 2011

Burdock - And it treats what?


In Oriental medicine, we used the juice of burdock against appendicitis at a rate of half a glass that is recommended to drink at once. In addition, we used a decoction of seeds (10 to 20 grams per cup of water) to treat tumors of the breast or lymph gland, for diseases of the digestive tract such as stomach cramps and case of lack of vitality. We treat anemia with traditional kinpira (literally "golden peace" or "precious pieces flattened") of burdock, which is flat to cook in a skillet root cut into matchsticks. It blew up the pieces for 2 or 3 minutes in oil, add a little water and simmer until tender. It is seasoned with a little tamari sauce and baked a few more minutes, covered. Then, remove the lid and leave everything on the heat until liquid has evaporated.

European tradition has made an herb greatly appreciated, especially for its purifying qualities. Scavengers, what! It is also diaphoretic, diuretic, choleretic, diabetes, antibiotics, topical, antidotal. It has been used to treat boils, anthrax, abscesses and dental throat, dermatitis, acne, eczema, wounds, ringworm, measles, gout, rheumatism, diabetes, urinary stones and bites of vipers. Its use in cases of diabetes explained by its high inulin, a complex sugar that diabetics can learn.

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