Burdock is indigenous to Europe, Asia, the Mediterranean, and the Middle East. The herb made a new home in North America, however, as it traveled with early English and French colonists.
Burdock established itself and spread so prolifically throughout the colonies that a botanist mistakenly classified the plant as a native species in the mid-1600s. Today, with the exception of a few places along the southern border, burdock can be found just about everywhere in the United States.
Store in an airtight container in a cool, dry place.
Appearance & Aroma:
Woody, tan-colored powder with no detectable aroma.
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