- Ocimum basilicum
- Origin: Nepal
- Syzygium aromaticum
- Origin: Sri Lanka
- By Guido Mase & Jovial King, 2016 (hardcover, 208 pages)
Used since the Middle Ages, bitters are traditionally taken before or after a meal and can help stimulate and promote healthy digestion. DIY Bitters is a how-to guide that explores the history and health benefits of bitter botanicals. Adorned with beautiful photographs and botanical illustrations, this book takes you through the process of making bitters at home.
- Origin: USA
Epsom salt is an excellent product. It is principally used in bath salts to promote relaxation. It can be used as a stand alone salt for soaking, or may be blended with essential oils and botanicals for a truly splendid bathing experience.
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Much of the diverse character of this unique chai is derived from generous amounts of holy basil, an important Ayurvedic herb that is responsible for the sweet floral flavor. In addition to the traditional warming chai herbs, long peppers and fennel seed combine to impart a distinctive flavor that you won’t soon forget.
- Grifola frondosa
- Origin: USA
Palm Fruit Oil
- Elaeis guineensis
- Origin: Brazil
Our organic extra virgin Palm Fruit Oil is pressed from the ripened fruit of the palm tree Elaeis guineensis. Palm Fruit Oil is commonly used in food products as a healthier alternative when compared with other higher saturated oils.
- By Anne-Marie Faiola, 2016 (hardcover, 239 pages)
The pure luxury of soaps made with almond oil, coconut butter, aloe vera, oatmeal, and green tea is one of life’s little pleasures. In this book, Anne-Marie Faiola shows you how to craft beautiful, nourishing soaps in the comfort of your home. This collection of 32 recipes ranges from simple castile bars to intricate swirls, embeds, marbled, and layered looks. Moisturize with shea butter, exfoliate with crushed walnut shells, soothe and nourish with oatmeal, and use pure essential oils to create beautiful scents! Step-by-step photography guides you through every stage of cold-process soapmaking.
- Rosa alba
- Origin: Bulgaria
White rose hydrosol is a popular single ingredient facial toner for all skin types and is often seen in formulas for dry or mature skin. With a sensual scent that is associated with love and the heart, white rose hydrosol promotes closeness and emotional balance. It makes a rich base for room or linen sprays, adds rosy floral notes to water-based perfumes, and can be used as a water substitute in your favorite body care formulas.
- Hypericum perforatum
- Origin: USA
Our St John's Wort hydrosol is a subtle beauty to add to your collection. It has a dry herbaceous aroma with flat floral tones. Overall the scent is soft and will not overpower recipes when used as an ingredient.
- By David Hoffmann, 2016 (softcover, 399 pages)
In this comprehensive and authoritative guide, expert herbalist David Hoffmann offers a unique, holistic approach to help you restore and maintain your well-being. The A-Z guide features herbs that benefit all parts of the body, from the circulatory, respiratory, digestive, and nervous systems to the skin, ears, nose, throat, eyes, and beyond.
- Vetiveria zizanoides
- Origin: India
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