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With so many abilities to offer, it is no wonder that burdock (Articum lappa) is a beloved ally of wise women and herbalists everywhere. Burdock's action is mos...t profound on lymph, sweat, and oil glands, though its influence is felt in the liver, lungs, kidneys, stomach, uterus, and joints. Medicines made from the fresh burdock root are always preferable and superior to dried root preparations. Burdock is not for people in a hurry, or most acute problems; burdock works thoroughly and slowly.
Use burdock root as a nourishing tonic, a skin clearer, a super cooler, a slick trick in the guts, and a guardian of your inner flows.
• Dose of fresh burdock root tincture is 30-240 drops a day, in water
• Dose of dried burdock root infusion is 1/2-2 cups/125ml-500ml a day.
• Dose of burdock root decoction is 1-9 teaspoons/5-45ml a day.
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Pick Plantago leaves when they are vibrant and green.
Chop them coarsely and pack loosely into a clean, very dry jar....
Add olive oil, dislodge air bubbles with a knife or chopstick until the jar is filled to the very top.
Label and cap securely.
Let sit out of direct sunlight, on a surface that won't be marred by oozing oil.
Decant after six weeks, pouring off the oil and squeezing out what remains in the plant material. Discard the herb.
Grate one tablespoon of beeswax for every ounce of oil.
Stirring constantly, heat the oil and beeswax until the wax melts, usually within a minute.
Pour the liquid into small, wide-mouthed jars (a good excuse for buying marinated artichoke hearts) and cool.
Use this ointment lavishly for diaper rash, insect bites, all itches, and minor wounds. It heals, stops itching, checks bleeding, and eases pain.
Excerpt from Susun Weed's Wise Woman Herbal for the Childbearing Year