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    • £4.50£36.00
    • Common name: St Johns Wort, hard hay. Family: Hypericaceae Habitat/Cultivation: Grown on the sunny slopes and dry grasslands as well as the edge of pine woods. The entire plant above the ground should be collected when in flower and dried as quickly as possible. Parts used: Aerial parts Traditional use: Considered primarily for the nervous system (menopausal, neurosis, hysteria)and disorders and injuries  of the spine neuralgia, sciatica…
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    • £5.50£44.00
    • Common name: Sage Family: Lamiaceae Habitat/Cultivation: Native to the Mediterranean, and is cultivated all around the world. A popular garden herb. It thrives in sunny conditions and is grown from seed in spring. The leaves are picked in the summer. Parts used: Leaves small stems and flowers Traditional use: Why should a man die while sage grows in the garden. An excellent remedy…
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    • £10.00£55.00
    • Common name: Black cohosh Latin Name: Cimicifuga racemosa Parts used: Root and Rhizomes Traditional use:  Black cohosh is used mainly to treat women's problems, especially painful periods and problems associated with the menopause Constituents: Contains numerous chemical constituents, among them isoflavones which mimic hormonal activity. Actions: Useful for hot flushes, vaginal dryness, and even the depression sometimes associated with menopause.
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