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    • £4.50£18.50
    • Common Name: Yarrow, Milfoil, old man’s pepper, nosebleed Family: Asteraceae or Compositae Chemical: azulene; borneol, terpineol, camphor, cineole, isoartemesia ketone, and a trace of thujone, lactones, flavonoids, tannins, coumarins, saponins, sterols, a bitter glyco-alkaloid (achilleine), cyanidin, amino Parts used: Aerial parts. Tea can be made from fresh or dried cut leaves and flowers. Known Hazards: Avoid in pregnancy, can cause allergic skin reaction in…
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    • Ashwaghanda (Organic)
    • £4.50£58.00
    • Common name: Ashwaghanda Parts used: Root Traditional use: Adaptogenic, Tonic, Anti inflammatory, immune modulating Constituents: Steroidal compounds Actions: Tonic, adaptogen, anti-inflammatory, immune modulating Medicinal use: fatigue ,physical stress, fibromyalgia, osteoarthritis
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    • £4.50£27.00
    • Common name:  Siberian Ginseng Family:  Araliaceae Habitat/Cultivation:  A hardy wild shrub that grows in parts of the Soviet, Far East Korea, China , Japan, North of latitude 38.  At 2mtr tall produces bright green leaves violet  or yellow flowers and oval shape like berry like fruits. The rhizomes lies shallow in the ground and is 1,5 cm in diameter. The roots are long, woody and…
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    • £4.50£24.00
    • Common name: Chaste tree berry, chaste lamb, three leaf chaste tree, five leaf chaste tree berry, seashore chaste tree berry Family:  Verbenacea Habitat/Cultivation: Native to the Mediterranean region and western Asia. Cultivated in sub-tropical areas around the world, becoming naturalised in many regions. The very dark berries should be picked when ripe, between October and November. Parts used: The berries. Traditional use: Hormone regulator,…
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    • Horse Chestnut
    • £4.50£26.00
    • Family: Hippocastanaceae Habitat/Cultivation: Woodland, parks and garden canopy. The ripe chestnut should be gathered as they fall from the trees in September and October. Parts used: The fruit that is the Horse chestnut, leaves and bark Traditional use: Rheumatism, Varicose veins, neuralgia, rectal complaints, dizziness, headache, spasmodic asthma, it was regarded as a remedy for congestion and engorgement. Dull and aching pains in…
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    • £4.50£24.00
    • Common name: Milk Thistle Silybum marianum, St Marys thistle. Family: Compositae Habitat/Cultivation: Native to the Mediterranean, grows throughout Europe, but is rare in Britain. It grows wild on waste land and is also cultivated in ornamental gardens. Loves sunny position and self seeds. The mature seed heads (achenes) are cut and stored in a warm place. After a few days…
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    • Bladderwrack
    • £4.50£30.00
    • Common name: Kelp/Bladderwrack, Fucus, Seaweed, dried Parts used: Whole plant Traditional use: Kelp is commonly used in herbal medicine to stimulate the thyroid function, and can be effective in weight loss as part of a low calorie diet. Bladderwrack has been praised as a weight loss tool for generations and many people are starting to realise how beneficial it can be. When your body is working…
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    • £5.00£33.75
    • Common Name  Moringa Family:  Moringacae  Habitat/Cultivation  Moringa oleifera is a small, fast-growing, drought deciduous tree or shrub that reaches 12 m in height at maturity. It has a wide-open, typically umbrella- shaped crown and usually, a single stem. Its wood is soft and its bark is light. It tends to be deeply rooted  Parts used:  Leaf seeds and seed pods oil, Traditional use:  childbirth, colds,…
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    • £5.50£60.00
    • Common name: Rhodiola, Golden root, Rose root, Aaron’s rod Family: Crassulaceae Habitat/Cultivation: Prefers high altitude regions. Found as  ground cover as well as in crevices of mountain rocks, likes well drained soil, cannot grow in the shade. A perennial plant growing to 0.3 mt by 0.3mt  hardy and not frost tender,  flowering from May - Aug a dioecious non self-fertility plant needing bees for pollination. Parts…
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    • Slippery Elm Bark
    • £12.50£59.00
    • Common name:  Slippery elm, red elm, Moose elm, Indian elm. Family:  Ulmaceae Habitat/Cultivation: Native to US and Canada. The tree thrives on high ground and dry soil. The bark is stripped from the trunk and large branches in the spring. Ten year old bark is recommended. Parts used: Ten year old inner bark of the tree. Traditional use: Digestive disorders bringing instant relief to acidity,…
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    • Medjool Dates
    • £18.95£35.00
    • Dates are a good source of various vitamins and minerals. It is also a good source of energy, sugar and fibre. Essential minerals such as calcium, iron, phosphorous, sodium, potassium, magnesium and zinc can be found in them. They also contain vitamins such as thiamin, riboflavin, niacin, folate and vitamins A & K.
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