- A. membranaceus
- Origin: China
Astragalus has been used for thousands of years in many folk traditions of the East. The plant is an herbaceous perennial that requires a great deal of sunny exposure. The roots of the astragalus plant are traditionally harvested after several years of growth, and are dried in the sun before being further processed.
- Eschscholzia californica
- Origin: USA
The California poppy is the official state flower of California. This tender perennial plant has blue-green leaves and beautiful bright flowers that open in bright sun and close at night. This botanical is prized for its relaxing properties. California poppy has a long tradition of use among the indigenous cultures of California as a food and for the oil that could be extracted from the aerial portions of the plant.
- Brassica alba
- Origin: Canada
Yellow mustard is a flowering plant in the same family as wasabi, watercress, horseradish, and arugula. Mustard seeds have a long history of culinary use worldwide, and remain one of the most widely traded spices to this day. Our ground yellow mustard seed helps add a spicy kick to a variety of dishes.