Siberian Ginseng

Siberian Ginseng Eleuthero (dried leaf -powdered leaf) Eleutherococcus senticosus is the plant commonly referred to as Eleuthero and Siberian Ginseng. It is a member of the Araliaceae or ginseng family. Shop Siberian Ginseng Eleuthero (dried leaf -powdered leaf) Siberian Ginseng Eleuthero, Ciwujia Eleutherococcus senticosus; Acanthopanax senticosus Although it has been used for centuries in Asia, […]


Rooibos - dried leaf (red and green) & powdered extract Oxidized Rooibos from South Africa that is picked, dried & oxidized. Red Rooibos is sweeter than the unoxidized green variety. Shop Rooibos (flavoured, organic and powder) Rooibos Red Bush; Bush Tea; Kaffree Tea Aspalathus linearis Rooibos (pronounced “ROY-boss”) is a South African native, grown and […]

Red Raspberry Leaf

Red Raspberry Leaf Wild-Crafted, Rubus idaeus Raspberry leaves are among the most pleasant-tasting of all the herbal remedies, with a taste much like black tea, without the caffeine.  Item No: 1530-50 Shop Red Raspberry Leaf Wild-Crafted Red Raspberry Leaf Rubus Idaeus Red raspberry is said to have been first discovered on Mount Ida by the […]


Peppermint Leaf Organic Very flavourful peppermint leaf organically grown. A favourite with our customers.  Item No: 1500-50 Shop Peppermint Leaf Organic Peppermint Mentha Piperita The familiar taste of peppermint is so pervasive in our culture and it is sometimes easy to forget that there is a great deal of medicinal value to this common garden […]

Stinging Nettle

Nettle Leaf (Uritca doica) A Men's Health Herb Nettle Leal has a rich history of use to support health and wellness.* While Nettle leaf is most commonly used in Western herbalism The leaves support a healthy inflammatory response and natural histamine levels.  Item No: 1460-50 Shop Nettle Leaf (Uritca doica) Stinging Nettle Nettle; Urtica Urticaria […]

Milk Thistle

MILK THISTLE LEAF and SEED ORGANIC Silybum marianum. Milk Thistle is sometimes called Silymarin, which is actually a mixture of the herbs active components, including silybinin (also called silibinin or silybin). Like silymarin extract, milk thistle seed can cause mild diarrhea by stimulating the release of bile. This effect is most notable if there is […]

White Mulberry

White Mulberry Sang ye cha; 桑 Morus alba There is a lot more to the mulberry tree than “Here We Go Round the Mulberry Bush” and “Pop Goes the Weasel”: in fact it has been long used for medicinal purposes throughout the world for centuries. The three main species of mulberry trees (black, red and […]

Licorice Root

Licorice Root Organic Glycyrrhiza glabra. Don’t use licorice if you have high blood pressure, and don’t use licorice if you eat a meat and potatoes diet. Your body needs potassium from fruit and vegetables to compensate for the excretion of potassium stimulated by licorice. If you use steroids or an asthma inhaler, licorice will increase […]


LAVENDER FLOWER WHOLE Lavandula spp. An infusion of lavender is claimed to soothe & heal insect bites. Bunches of lavendar are also said to ward off insects. Applied to the temples, lavendar oil is said to soothe headaches. Frequently used as an aid to sleep and relaxation: Seeds and flowers of the plant are added […]

Lapacho -The Holy Healer

The Holy Healer - Lapacho Pau D’arco; Taheebo; Ipe Roxo Tabebuia impetiginosa; Tabebuia avellandeae The Lapacho tree is native to South America and is found growing in the rain forests of Argentina, Paraguay and Brazil. Although there are many members of Bignoniaceae family, it is only the Tabebuia impetiginosa and Tabebuia avellandeae varieties that are utilized for their medicinal properties. The bark was traditionally used to make the hunting bows of the South American Indians — indeed, its name Pau D’Arco translates to bow stick in Spanish. The medicinal properties of lapacho are found in the self-regenerating inner bark — the cortex — …