The root, leaf, and seeds of the burdock are all used in folk medicine. Tea from the roof of the burdock can be used for problems with stone, sand, kidney and urinary tract infections, stomach and intestinal pain, liver disease, arthritis, rheumatic pain, lumbago, and sciatica. And for external use, ointments can be prepared for many skin diseases, wounds, ulcers, lichen, scabs, burns, eczema, psoriasis and against hair loss.

Tea from burdock root: for the removal of toxins from the body, against arthritis, rheumatism, lumbago, sciatica and liver disease

Put 1 teaspoon of finely chopped dry or fresh pine root in 200 ml of cold water. Leave to stand for 7-8 hours, then boil it and drain after. Drink 2-3 cups of this tea a day, 30 minutes before a meal. The treatment lasts for 3 months.

Burdock root ointment: for the treatment of wounds, ulcers, lichens, scabs, burns and mild cases of skin tuberculosis

Add 100 milliliters of fresh juice of burdock root to 100 grams unsalted pork lard. Mix until it turns into a porridge, then put it in a glass container, seal well and refrigerate it. Coat the sore spots with this ointment. The treatment lasts until healing.

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