Roots and seeds.
Chemical and nutrient content
Arcitiin, biotin, copper, inulin, iron, manganese, volatile oils, sulfur, tannins, vitamins B1, B6, B12, and E, and zinc.
Helps skin disorders (i.e., boils and carbuncles) and relievers gout symptoms.
Purifies the blood, restores liver and gallbladder function, and stimulates the immune system.
CAUTION: Burdock root interferes with iron absorption when taken internally.