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1 Lb Burdock Root powder

1 Lb Burdock Root powder

Most frequently viewed as little more than a common weed, Burdock is most recognized for their clinging burs that will stick to the fur and clothing of passing animals and people. Indeed, these little burs are so sticky that they were reportedly the inspiration for the creation of Velcro. However, the root is popular among herbalists in a variety of cultures. It is even cultivated in Japan where...
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1 Lb Butcher`s Broom Root cut

1 Lb Butcher`s Broom Root cut

Butcher`s Broom root (Rascus aculeatus) gets its name from is former use in creating brooms used to sweep Butcher`s stalls, and the use of the stems in protecting meats from rodent. A native to the Mediterranean, Southern Europe, Africa, and the Mid east, it was used throughout the ancient world, and is found in Pliny`s writings, where he suggests it in the treatment of swelling veins. Later,...
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1 Lb Calamus Root powder

1 Lb Calamus Root powder

Referred to in historical documents that reference its use for several thousand years, Calamus Root (Acorus Calamus, Sweet Flag, Sweet Rush) has many storied uses. Dating back to the Sumerians and Ancient Egypt, its scent has been highly praised and even used as an incense. Within the dwellings of Britain and Europe, it was added to floor coverings and rushes where it was praised and valued for...
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1 Lb Calendula Flower whole

1 Lb Calendula Flower whole

Though it is often referred to as Pot Marigold, Calendula, also known as Calendula Officinalis, is not a marigold at all. Throughout the mid-ages and in times since, it has been widely known for treating skin wounds, abrasions and other afflictions and infections of the skin, having been said to be of particular use as an anti-inflammatory. In some cases it has even been said to be put to use in...
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1 Lb Camphor whole

1 Lb Camphor whole

The waxy white blocks of camphor are perhaps best known for the pungent aroma that they possess, that is quite reminiscent of many topical rubs used in treating cold, cough and flu. Derived from the oils found within a variety of trees within Asia and Indonesia, it has been used for ages in helping to repel moths and other insects, and has also been used for its antimicrobial properties,...
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1 Lb Camu Camu Fruit powder

1 Lb Camu Camu Fruit powder

Native to the Amazon Rain forests of Brazil and Peru, Camu Camu fruit (Myrciaria dubia) is now a popularly used edible fruit. Interestingly, it is one of the few such fruit that does not demonstrate any evident traditional usage. This is likely to the high acidity of the fruit, and the taste which is generally enjoyable after it has been diluted within drinks and other confections. Commercially,...
$38.95

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1 Lb Cape Aloes powder

1 Lb Cape Aloes powder

Also commonly known by Bitter Aloes and Cape aloes gets its name from its native origins in South Africa where it grew within the Cape province. There it grows with the appearance of a spiky, red-flowering bush that gives it its Latin name, Aloe ferox, which translates roughly into fierce Aloe, or Warlike Aloe. For centuries this darker variety of aloe has been used by sailors in treating rope...
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1 Lb Caraway Seed whole

1 Lb Caraway Seed whole

Caraway Seed (Carum Carvi) is perhaps most recognized as a cooking spice favored for its anise-like flavor and aroma. Throughout the world it appears in a wide range of foods, from liquors, curries, and cheeses to sauerkraut, and most famously, rye bread. It has also been known among herbalists throughout history as useful in aspects of folk medicine, and is believed to be a useful addition to...
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1 Lb Cardamom Pods whole

1 Lb Cardamom Pods whole

Treasured within the ancient world as well as the modern as a culinary spice, Cardamom (elettaria cardamomum) has seen use throughout the Mediterranean region and Asia for centuries. Its potent, aromatic scent and equally unique flavor is perhaps most notably found today within Middle Eastern cuisine and dishes from Southern Asia, and it also appears with frequency within Nordic baked goods, such...
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1 Lb Chamomile Flower (egyptian)

1 Lb Chamomile Flower (egyptian)

While known in Latin as Anthemis Nobilis, Chamomile actually gets its name from the Greek words kamai, which means on the ground, and melon, which is the word for an apple. When trod upon, it frequently produces a strong, pleasant aroma that wafts around those who step upon it, and reminds many of apples. For this purpose it was often put to use in the medieval periods for use in green garden...
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