Herbs


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Marshmallow Root, Powder

Soothing and demulcent, marshmallow root powder can be blended into body care recipes, encapsulated, tinctured, or used in cooking.

Meadowsweet Herb

Meadowsweet is one of the most common herbs, growing wild throughout Europe and Asia, and naturalized to grow throughout North America's Eastern coast. Commonly used to balance the body's natural PH levels.

Milk Thistle Seed, Powder

Milk thistle has been revered for thousands of years as an effective herb. However, early on all parts of the plant were used for a variety of purposes. The leaves were extensively utilized and often eaten as a vegetable.

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Mistletoe Herb

Mistletoe Herb

Kissing under the mistletoe is a winter tradition that began with the Greek festival of Saturnalia, celebrated in late December.

Motherwort Herb

Motherwort is a mint with dull green, hairy leaves and an intensely bitter taste. The botanical name Leonurus refers to a fanciful resemblance of the leaves to a lion's tale.

Mugwort Herb

Many have reported that if mugwort is used as a tea before bed, or even just sprinkled around your pillow, a person may have lucid dreams that night.

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Mullein Leaf

Mullein Leaf

The silvery green leaves and bright yellow flowers of mullein have been utilized for thousands of years in herbal traditions. This gentle herb has been used extensively in European and North American folk medicine and thus has a plethora of folk tales ass

Myrrh Gum Resin

Since ancient times, myrrh resin has been used as an ingredient in incense and perfumes. It has a long history of folklore and spirituality in many ancient cultures, as it was used to anoint kings and scent the fabrics of pilgrims traveling to holy places

Neem Leaf

The neem tree holds a great deal of promise for India as a wonder plant with many uses. The leaves have antibacterial and antiviral properties and are often used in cosmetic and skin treatment preparations.

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Nettle Leaf

Nettle Leaf

Our organic nettle leaf is harvested from large, deep-rooted stands in Europe and infuses into a tea that is dark and rich in flavor. The leaves can be steeped as nettle tea, incorporated into herbal infusion blends, and added to soups and broths.

Oatstraw, Cut

Oatstraw is highly nutritive, containing minerals such as iron, calcium, magnesium, vitamins, and a variety of other constituents which deeply nourish the entire body.

Olive Leaf

The olive tree has been a source of food while being revered as a symbol of peace and purity for millennia. Bitter and astringent, olive leaf is employed in traditional herbal practices for its wellness-promoting qualities.

Osha/Bear Root

A native of the higher altitudes of the Rocky Mountains and the Southwest in the USA, the root of the osha plant is a traditional Native American herb. The related Ligusticum wallichii has been used for nearly 2,000 years in traditional Chinese medicine.

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Passionflower Herb

Passionflower Herb

Passionflower is cooling to the body, calming to the mind, and soothing to the spirit. It quells disquietude, calms the ruminating mind, and can promote natural relaxation and stress reduction*. This plant is gentle yet profound.

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Pau D'arco Bark Powder

Pau D'arco Bark Powder

One of the best known, but least understood, herbs from the Amazon Rainforest, pau d'arco is a key ingredient in the tribal medicine chest. The pau d'arco tree is a huge canopy tree that grows up to 125 feet high, with pink to violet colored flowers.

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Pau D'arco Bark, Cut

Pau D'arco Bark, Cut

One of the best known, but least understood, herbs from the Amazon Rainforest, pau d'arco is a key ingredient in the tribal medicine chest. The pau d'arco tree is a huge canopy tree that grows up to 125 feet high, with pink to violet colored flowers.

Peppermint Leaf

The oil of peppermint offers its cool, refreshing flavor and unmistakable aroma to a wide variety of foods and beverages. In the western world it is a common ingredient for candies, toothpastes, ice creams, pies and other desserts.

Plantain Leaf

Plantain has been used by many cultures the world over, and the Saxons considered it one of their nine sacred herbs. Plantain can be eaten raw and fresh in salads, as a tea, in tincture form and as an external compress.

Psyllium Husks

Plantago ovata 100g

Red Clover Blossoms

Native to Europe, western Asia, and northwest Africa, red clover flower is now naturalized worldwide and is often found in meadow spaces. Red cover blossoms make a lovely, nourishing addition to herbal tea blends and extracts.

Red Raspberry Leaf

Raspberry leaves are among the most pleasant-tasting of all the herbal remedies, with a taste much like black tea, without the caffeine. Raspberries were said to have been discovered by the Olympian gods themselves while searching for berries on Mount Ida

Red Rooibos

Red rooibos, Aspalathus linearis, is an ultra-fine, delicate tea and when brewed produces a hearty red color with a warm scent.

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Reishi Mushroom Slices

Reishi Mushroom Slices

Traditional and contemporary Chinese medicine admire it as a tonic benefiting vital energy or "Qi".

Rosehips

Rose hips have a long history of use in traditional medicine. The iron in rose hips make them an excellent supplement for menstruating women, and rose hip tea is a rich source of vitamin C, carrying all the benefits of that vitamin.

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