Translation of burdock in Spanish:


bardana, n.

Pronunciation /ˈbəːdɒk//ˈbərdɑk/


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    bardana feminine
    cadillo masculine
    • A third way could be that followed by my sensible dad who was a keen non-swearing cyclist, swimmer and drinker of dandelion and burdock.
    • Containing dandelion, burdock, sarsaparilla, milk thistle, liquorice, yellow dock, turmeric and red clover, a bottle provides about 30 servings as you dilute it with either still or sparkling water.
    • To improve soil structure: Deep-rooted plants, such as burdock and daikon radish, break up heavy soil and add organic matter.
    • If you feel you need to help your body purify itself, you may want to eat Liver cleansing foods such as beets, carrots, and burdock.
    • If you press me for a recipe, I'd say use four dashes each of burdock, dandelion, parsley, turmeric and watercress; two dashes of celery seed, garlic, ginger and oregano; and one dash each of the others, as available.
    • This is best accomplished by blood cleansing tonics, especially with herbs like burdock, gentian, and sarsaparilla roots.
    • For instance, there are botanical-based hair colorants rich in herbs such as nettle, sage, red sorrel, rosemary and burdock.
    • Salicylic acid combined with ‘ethnobotanicals,’ like Job's tears, yarrow and burdock, is more effective.
    • Some of the other weeds safe for eating include chicory, burdock, purslane, Queen Anne's Lace, and sorrel.
    • At present, I am sipping a Dr Stuart's detox tea which has lots of herbals such as dandelion, milk thistle and burdock to help cleanse the liver.
    • In the summer find burdock, turnips, cucumbers, mint, lemon grass, Chinese chive, soybeans and coriander.
    • The original formula contained four herbs: burdock root, Indian rhubarb root, sheep sorrel and slippery elm.
    • Give him a dandelion and burdock and see if he can spot the difference.
    • In addition, biennial weeds such as musk thistle, wild carrot, and burdock should be eliminated before establishing forage.
    • Herb sources of B complex vitamins are dandelion, fenugreek, parsley, alfalfa, watercress, cayenne, burdock and sage.
    • Dense burdock covered a lot three blocks from the White House.
    • Pickles are a must and so is fish, usually grilled, but there may be some small pieces of meat and certainly a salad of cooked vegetables such as spinach, burdock, or coltsfoot.
    • It might also be wise to consider other liver and kidney support herbs such as cranberry, burdock, and dandelion root.
    • Oligosaccharides are present in vegetables such as Jerusalem artichokes, burdock, chicory, leeks, onions, and asparagus, and of course beans.
    • Turkeys are one of nature's opportunists, eating everything available including bits of vegetation, weed seeds, waste grain, and even the seeds hidden in the center of burdocks.