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Organic Burdock Root and Organic Calendula Flower Blend

This blend is 30 servings, 1 TBS each or 90 servings, 1 tsp each. 

A note from @The_Smile_Enthuisiast, longevity coach and co-creator of our Medicinal Herbal Blends.

Burdock Root

Burdock root is a medicinal herb—and it's also an edible root, which can be consumed fresh (if you’re lucky enough to find it where you live). Burdock root is prized for its powerful anti-tumor, anti-fungal, anti-inflammatory, and anti-microbial properties. This medicinal herb was always by my side during my healing journey (and beyond). Burdock root helped me with my bronchial congestion during my bouts of bronchitis and chest infections. Medical Medium says that Burdock root is an essential blood purifier and detoxifying herb.  It actually has the power to neutralize, and safely eliminate poisons and toxins from the body—which is why this medicinal root continues to be a must have herb for me during my longevity journey. I will be consuming burdock root (and herbal infusions containing burdock root) for the next 77+ years!

Medical Medium says that Burdock root is a top recommended herbal intervention for cancer, due to the belief that it can stop cancer cells from metastasizing. It’s actually one of the star ingredients of the famous Essiac tea (a well known natural cancer remedy).

So what other sort of symptoms or conditions would I use Burdock root for?

Colds, flu, sore throats, chest congestion, ulcers, gallstones, anemia, edema, kidney stones, chicken pox, gout, measles, strep throat, urinary tract infections, bladder infections, and hepatitis just to name a few.  If I was suffering with chronic skin problems such as acne, psoriasis, eczema, and shingles—Burdock root would be an active member of my herbal infusions. If I was battling with an inflammatory type of auto-immune disorder, like rheumatoid arthritis, fibromyalgia, bursitis, lupus, and even diabetes--I’d be bringing in the Burdock root because it’s an effective painkiller and it can help alleviate symptoms of inflammation.

If I was a guy with an enlarged prostate…Burdock root would be a part of my daily lifestyle.

Calendula

Calendula is a medicinal flower that has a plethora of heath benefits. I used it to help me sort out my painful and uncomfortable periods, and all of the cramps associated with it. I also used it for liver support during my healing journey—because it was quite obvious to me that my liver never appreciated all of the alcohol I fed it—and although I haven’t had a drop of alcohol since November 21, 2016, I continue to nurture my liver because the health of my liver will determine how I age (or don’t age ;)  

Calendula is highly antiviral and anti-microbial. This makes it a great support for the immune system and lymphatic system—and who doesn’t want a little extra help to support these 2 bodily systems?!? The other really cool thing about calendula is on a cellular level, this medicinal flower has the ability to help heal the after-effects of any radioactive exposure I might have been subjected to—and for me personally, with all of this 5G crap coming down the pipe—not a day goes by that I’m not consuming herbal infusions with calendula in it…I even bathe using calendula soap…and I use it to wash my face too (full well knowing that it's going to absorb into my skin, and penetrate into my body on a deep cellular level.)  It’s an added layer of protection for me—it's peace of mind, simple as that.

So what other sort of symptoms or conditions would I use Calendula for?

CANCER! Calendula extracts have anti-cancer properties and have been known to benefit leukemia, breast, prostate, cervix, lung, pancreas, and colon cancer. If I was dealing with ulcers, indigestion, colitis, heartburn, gall-bladder problems, liver problems, ringworm, scabies or chronic inflammation, I would be bringing in the calendula infusions.