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What Is Burdock Root, What Can You Do With it?

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Rochelle Vassallo
Hello! My name is Rochelle. I am an Herbalist and lover of wild plants! Growing up with grandparents that worked with Herbs, I learned about them at a very young age, furthering my own studies as I got older and even interning at an Apothecary under a Master Herbalist.

Recently, I started wild harvesting my own local herbs and it's been an amazing journey!

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3 comments

  • Monica Poston Oct 27, 2022

    I just recently purchased burdock root seeds. This just gave me the lil push I needed to actually do something with them. I had heard they were invasive. Any truth to that? Thank you so much!


  • Lara Aug 11, 2022

    I’ve never hears of burdock before! I will keep my eye out… I love trying new things!


  • Chuck Aug 9, 2022

    Burdock, called gobo in Japanese is a mainstay vegetable on the Japanese table. It is farmed much as we farm turnips, potatoes and other in ground vegetables and you will find it in every green grocery store in Japan. The Japanese gobo is typically larger than the U.S. variety thus providing more “meat” for the table.


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