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    • £4.50£22.00
    • Common name: Ginkgo, maidenhair tree Bai guo (TCM) Family: Ginkgoaceae Habitat/Cultivation: Found wild only in China and possible japan. A unique species with no known close living relatives. Grown in large scale plantations in China, France and USA. Parts used: The leaves. (TCM use the seeds for urinary problems) Traditional use: Western use has concentrated on the leaves and its ability to improve circulation. Increases…
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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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    • £4.50£23.50
    • Common name: Gotu kola Indian pennywort Family: Umbelliferae Habitat/Cultivation: Native to southern India,tropical and sub tropical parts of Australia, Africa and America. Marshy areas and river beds are prefered habitat. Gathered wild . Parts used: Ariel parts Traditional use: In India traditionaly used for leprosy, skin and digestive problems. Rejuvenate mind and body
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    • Walnuts

    • £16.75£26.75
    • Walnuts contain a number of neuro protective compounds, including vitamin E, folate, melatonin, Omega 3 fats and anti oxidants. Walnuts are the super food headliner of nuts for a number of reasons. They are one of the few rich sources of plant derived Omega 3 fatty acids (alpha linolenic acid or ALA).
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