In the Know
A remarkably all-encompassing power herb, burdock root has gained the esteemed reputation as one of the most important dietary inclusions for those seeking optimal health and well-being. Its flowering leaves are recognizable to most plant aficionados, with its distinctive pink rosettes and spiky burrs. But it’s the root part, visually memorable as well, that harbors the healing goods.
What is Burdock Root
As a plant, burdock is classified as a biennial and is scientifically known as Arctium. Flowering from July through October, during August the rosettes of burdock play an essential role for bees, providing nectar and pollen while the bees wait for goldenrod to bloom. Quite common as a food in Asia, burdock root is especially enjoyed in Japanese cuisine, where it is known as “gobo.”
What Does Buddha Teas Burdock Root Tea Taste Like?
What a unique, earthy, seed-like taste Buddha Teas Burdock Root Tea boasts! Amber in color, clear like a broth, with a deeply nurturing essence. Burdock Root’s unusual but remarkable flavor may surprise and delight your senses, especially knowing that you are serving so many vital systems of your body.
How to Make Burdock Root Tea
Steep at a true boil, 4-7 minutes. You will extract full benefits and a unique taste, while feeling good about your choice to enrich your body and mind with this full-flavored, nourishing tea.