Burdock Root Tea Bags Caffeine Free. Burdock (Arctium lappa) is a native to Europe and Asia and if allowed can grow in almost any uncultivated space. It was used by India's traditional Ayurvedics and by the early Chinese for its very valuable health properties. In addition to its healthful effects the stalks form a delicate vegetable similar in flavor to asparagus when boiled and a pleasant salad when eaten raw with vinegar. Burdock is greatly cherished in the Orient especially in Japan where it is known as "Gobo" and the root is used in everyday cooking. The name is a combinition of bur from its tenacious burrs and dock Old English referring to its large leaves. And as its name suggests it is a plant which bears seeds in big round bristly cones that stick to clothing and animal fur. Many modern-day herbalists continue to use Burdock for its health benefits. Alvita. Natural Herb Teas that are Good for You and the Environment.
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15 out of 16(94%)customers recommend this product.
"I've been using Alvita's teas for a quite a while & I have always been impressed with the quality. Burdock root is a great way to nourish & cleanse your body. It can help to clear up acne by cleaning impurities from the blood. After an illness it's a good way to help recover. It is also a diuretic to help with water retention. I steep a bag in boiling water, covered, for 20-30 minutes. This makes a stronger infusion which is better than the weak tea you'll get by following the box instructions. Add just a touch of honey or sugar & it's the perfect end of the day drink, cold day warm up or post illness cleanser & strengthener."
"I read so much good things about Burdock that I had to try the tea. I think my skin did become clearer from drinking the tea 3 times a week, but I am not too sure. Despite that, tea taste great and no ill effect."
"With a light nutty flavor, this tea now holds a place among my favorites. Although following the generic instructions for tea making present on all Alvita boxes yeilds a tea I found far too weak, so I immediately cover the mug with foil and let it steep for an hour or so ( only 'cause its convenient for me, not because it takes an hour) and that makes it a tea worth buying.... And as far as the proposed health benefits one reads of on the interweb go, I'm afraid I haven't been downing it as much as one would need to attest to that aspect of the tea. However I will say that this stuff makes you urinate like crazy, so keep yourself hydrated constantly thru the day."