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Burdock Oil Herb Uses, Benefits, Cures, Side Effects, Nutrients

General Name
Burdock Oil
Glycemic Index / Load
Burdock Oil

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Burdock Oil Cures

Highly Effective


Action of Burdock Oil

Highly Effective

Nutrients in Burdock Oil

Highly Effective

Side Effects, Risk Factors of, and Cautions for Burdock Oil

Avoid its use during Pregnancy and Breast Feeding.
It may cause Skin Allergy.
Diabetic patients should avoid its use as it may increase or decrease Blood Glucose level.
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Burdock Oil is extracted from Burdock leaves and roots.
It is made by cold pressed method.
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Materia Medica for Burdock Oil

Burdock Oil General

Burdock Oil is processed from Burdock leaves and roots.
It is widely used as a Hair Tonic especially in Japan for Hair and Skin care.
The presence of Vitamin A and Essential Fatty Acids enhances the circulation of blood to the scalp. It conditions rejuvenates and promotes Hair growth. It curbs Itchy Scalp, Smelly Scalp, and other scalp infections. It cures Hair Problems like Hair Loss, Baldness, Gray Hair, Dandruff and other Hair damage.
It penetrates deep into the Hair follicles and dissolves the sebum buildup, thus clearing up the blockage. It moisturizes Dry and Frizzy hair while making it tangle free.
Topical massage with this oil alleviates the problem of Dandruff and prevents Premature Graying of Hair.
It terminates the growth of bacteria, fungus, and microbes. It reduces Inflammation of Hair Follicles.
It helps treat Skin problems like Acne, Dryness.
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