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Burdock root is especially containing good amounts of electrolyte potassium (308 mg or 6.5% of daily-required levels per 100 g root) and low in sodium. Potassium is an important component of cell and body fluids that helps control heart rate and blood pressure. Note the word Electrolyte...
Dandelion root has a natural diuretic effect, allowing your liver to more quickly eliminate toxins. It also helps strengthen the immune system, balance blood sugar levels, relieve heartburn and soothe digestive issues. it's high in iron and antioxidants making the raw leaves great in spring salads as a "blood thinning" tonic.
Europeans used sarsaparilla root to encourage sweating and urination as well as to purify blood.
Echinacea purpura stimulates the overall activity of the cells responsible for fighting all kinds of infection. Unlike antibiotics, which directly attack bacteria, Purple coneflower makes our own immune cells more efficient at attacking bacteria, viruses and abnormal cells, including cancer cells. It increases the number and activity of immune system cells including anti-tumor cells, promotes T-cell activation, stimulates new tissue growth for wound healing and reduces inflammation in arthritis and inflammatory skin conditions.
Oregon grape root is renowned among herbalists for its ability to stimulate liver function, improve the flow of bile, and for blood cleansing. Oregon grape root uses have traditionally included treating both liver congestion and infectious conditions of both the stomach and intestines. Another benefit of oregon grape root is its functioning as an antimicrobial.
Directions for use: Take 1-2 tablespoons and put into a pre-rinsed muslin tea bag. Put bag into a cooking pot with 1-1/2 to 2 cups of water and bring to a boil. Simmer for 15-20 minutes, strain and drink hot or cold, sweeten as desired.