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2017 Grown and Dried Herbs

The herbs listed below were grown with regard for your health and the health of the earth. Cultivated with care in soil that has been farmed organically for over 20 years, these plants were not spoiled with heavy applications of unnatural fertilizer. They are from plants that survived and thrived even with the natural stressors brought on by the elements, germination and transplanting – ensuring the development of medicinal constituents. They were hand-harvested and carefully processed. No preservatives. Packaged in non-toxic, re-sealable, upright bags.

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Most herbs are in these 7″ X 10″ bags.
Bo Ju Hua - Chrysanthemum Morifolium - Chinese Mum Tea
Steep 6-8 cheerful, mild flowers for 3-5 minutes on their own, or add other tea ingredients. Enjoy hot or cooled. Tasty with Korean mint, goji berries and used in many TCM formulas. They can also be added to clear, soup broths.
Bo Ju Hua is the sweetest of the medicinal, white-petaled cultivars. Its properties are slightly bitter and slightly cold. It disperses Wind and clears Heat. Pacifies the liver; used for many kinds of headaches and visual disturbances.
Hand-harvested in November 2017. One Ounce bags
Hong Hua - Carthamus Tinctorius - Safflower
This beautiful herb with warm and acrid properties is used in many TCM formulas to address blood stagnation. The flower tufts were hand-plucked in 2017 at the ideal time - extremely fragrant and bright. One Ounce bags
Ashwagandha - Withania Somnifera - 'Indian Ginseng’
First-year root pieces can be used individually or in combination with other herbs. These are not powdered. They can be further processed or used as is in soups, teas, extracts, ghee and milk preparations, and syrups. Its properties are acrid and sweet. It is known to strengthen the body and promote longevity. It balances vata and pacifies kapha. One Ounce bags.
Tu huo xiang - Agastache rugosa - 'Korean Mint’
Packaged from the leaves and young flower of this sweet, licorice-flavored herb. Stomach harmonizer and great addition to many other teas. It can also be added to soups, marinades and sauces. One Ounce bags.
Qing hao - Artemesia Annua - Sweet Annie
Source of artemesinin. Leaf only, or stem and leaf blend available. Contact to indicate preferences- will custom package.

These products have not been evaluated by the US Food and Drug Administration. The descriptions on this page are not intended to diagnose, treat, cure or prevent any disease.