Herbs, Teas, & Tinctures



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1 Lb Mistletoe cut

1 Lb Mistletoe cut

Mistletoe can be found figuring prominently in the folklore of the ancients of a great many cultures. In Greek Mythology, it is believed to be the Golden Bough of Aeneas, who was led from Troy by Venus to found Rome. In Norse mythology, Mistletoe was reportedly what killed Baldr, who was the god of light and beauty. Within Celtic and Druidic beliefs, mistletoe is often considered a remedy for the...
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1 Lb Orris Root powder

1 Lb Orris Root powder

Orris Root is a term used to describe the roots of the Iris Germania, the Iris Florentina, and the Iris Pallida. While once widely used medicinally, it is now most widely used in the creation of perfume and scented oils. Depending on exactly how it is to be used, Orris Root must first go through a drying period that lasts up to five years or more, making it a sought after resource in the creation...
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1 Lb Passion Flower Cut

1 Lb Passion Flower Cut

Having been quite popular in Victorian Times, Passion Flower (Passiflora Incarnata) is now cultivated widely in gardens for cosmetic purpose throughout the world. In India, it is known as the Rakhi Flower, named such after the festival of Rakhi, in which it is used, which celebrates the bond between brothers and sisters. Passion flower has also seen many years of use among the varied Native...
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1 Lb Patchouli Leaf cut

1 Lb Patchouli Leaf cut

The heavy, strong scent of Patchouli (Pogostemon cablin in Latin) has been used in perfumes, incenses, and oils for hundreds of years, and is still popular today. Indeed, it is a component in more than half of the colognes sold for men. Today, it is also still an important ingredient in East Asian incense. All of this was perhaps born of the 18th and 19th centuries, when silk traders from China...
$49.95

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1 Lb Pink Rose Petals

1 Lb Pink Rose Petals

Rose petals have been used throughout the history of man, both in decoration and in spiritual rituals, and as such can be found throughout ancient texts and the writings of more modern scholars. They have been used to flavor wine and scent perfume, and are highly valued as parts of floral gardens. The Romans would often crown brides and grooms with wreaths of roses, or use them to crown the...
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1 Lb Red Clover cut

1 Lb Red Clover cut

Red clover, or Eugenia caryophyllata, has long been seen as a flower with many spiritual and medicinal uses. Of old, it was seen as something that can purify blood so that the one who imbibed the clover would be hearty and hale, and improve circulation. It was also used as a diuretic, to cleanse the body of excess fluids and toxins, wherein it was thought to help cleanse and strengthen the liver....
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1 Lb Sassafras cut

1 Lb Sassafras cut

Named in the 16th century by the famed botanist Nicolas Monardes, the word Sassafras is generally agreed to be a corruption of the Spanish word for saxifrage. Despite this, the latin name developed as Sassafras albidium, and the common name Sassafras stuck. Since this time, it has long since been known for its medicinal and culinary properties, as well as having been the subject of a variety of...
$30.95

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1 Lb Sea Salt fine

1 Lb Sea Salt fine

Sea salt has been used for centuries among coastal communities for cooking, cosmetics, and medical purposes. In culinary practice, the mineral content provides a unique flavor that differs from ordinary table salt. This results in Sea salt used in a variety of gourmet recipes, specialized potato chips, and other such foods. It was also a basis for economics ina variety of communities dating back...
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1 Lb Strawberry Leaf cut

1 Lb Strawberry Leaf cut

Indigenous to Europe and grown throughout the world, the strawberry plant is most recognized for the sweet red berries it produces of the same name. Less frequently considered are the properties of the leaves. Within traditional herb lore, they are known to possess a range of medicinal properties that are generally universal across all varieties of the plant. Commonly mixed into a poultice or in...
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1 Lb White Pine Bark cut

1 Lb White Pine Bark cut

The state tree of both Maine and Michigan as well as the Provincial Tree of Ontario, the White pine is the tallest evergreen tree native to Eastern North America. Treasured for its beauty and the hint of green it offers when everything else is draped in white in the winter, its bark has also been explored by Native Americans medicinally for hundreds of years. Interestingly, similar uses of the...
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