Disease Information for Burdock herbal/intake

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Associated Diseases & Rule outs
Associated Disease & Complications
Drug induced Psychosis/toxic psychosis.
Herbal induced psychosis
Psychosis
Toxic psychosis
Disease Mechanism & Classification
Drugs
DRUG-Herbal Adaptogen Anti-Stress claims
DRUG-Herbal Cellular detoxification/clears wastes/claim
DRUG-Herbal Kidney health claims
DRUG-Herbal Liver health/bile flow claims
DRUG-Herbal Mild Laxative/softener claim
DRUG-Herbal Skin/eczema health claims
DRUG-Herbal Tonic/energy/stress claims
DRUG-Herbal group (example)
Synonyms
Synonym
Arctium, Arctium (plant), Burdock Plant, herbal intake, Herbal brand Diet formula (Indiana Botanical), Herbal name Arctium lappa, Herbal name Niu bang zi, Herbal synonym Great burdock, Herbal synonym Lappa
Treatment
Drug Therapy - Indication
DRUG-Herbal Anti-Anemia claims
DRUG-Herbal Anti-Arthritis/rheumatism claims.
DRUG-Herbal Anti-Bacterial/antibiotic claims
DRUG-Herbal Anti-Gout claim
DRUG-Herbal Anti-Hepatitis claims
DRUG-Herbal Anti-Poison Ivy (Internal) claims
DRUG-Herbal Diuretic effect claim
DRUG-Herbal Helps Carpal tunnel syndrome/claims
DRUG-Herbal Helps Chronic fatigue/Adult mono claims
DRUG-Herbal Helps Diabetes control claims
DRUG-Herbal Helps Endometriosis claims
DRUG-Herbal Helps Hypoglycemia syndrome claims
DRUG-Herbal Helps Morning sickness claims
DRUG-Herbal Helps Osteoarthritis claims
DRUG-Herbal Helps Psoriasis claims
DRUG-Herbal Unction Eczema claims
DRUG-Herbal Unction Hemorrhoid claims
DRUG-Herbal Weight/Appetite control claims
Drug Dosage
DRUG-Herbal Beware Cost/Potency/Purity variability
DRUG-Herbal Contains Vitamin B6/Pyridoxine:
DRUG-Herbal Improves nail health claims:
DRUG-Herbal Rated relatively safe
DRUG-Herbal Root/rhizomes most potent portion
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