- 2 oz. bottle with mister
Grounding scents of Douglas fir and juniper essential oils combine with calming lavender and poplar bud in this botanical aroma spray. Named for the mystical Cascade mountain range in the Pacific Northwest, this lovely forest-like scent is great for meditation.
Green Pearl Tea
- Origin: Nepal
Organic green pearl tea is a grassy and vegetal brew with familiar flavors to Japanese green teas. Grown in Eastern Nepal, these tightly rolled leaves open while steeping to reveal the delicate upper leaves and a bud. Contains caffeine.
Relax with some of this full flavored infusion blend at the end of a hectic day. Fidnemed means a sacred and quiet forest grove; imagine falling asleep surrounded by beautiful botanicals as you enjoy a cup of this tea.
- Origin: USA
Our smoked sea salt is gathered from the Pacific Ocean and evaporated using solar power. It is then cold-smoked over Pacific Northwest-grown applewood for a deeply rich and distinctive flavor. This alluring salt is a great way to add an authentic smoked flavor. Available in retail bottle or bulk refill.
Vitamin E Oil
- Mixed Tocopherols from Non-GMO Soy sources
- Origin: Spain
Our natural Vitamin E oil is obtained by vacuum distillation of vegetable fats derived from non-GMO soy sources. It is great for preventing rancidity in cosmetics, and it acts as an anti-oxidant in creams, lotions, baby products, cosmetics and more. This particular Vitamin E oil has been verified and tested non-GMO from crop to finished material.
Choose from 5 different sizes.
- Panax quinquefolius
- Origin: USA
Panax quinquefolius is an herbaceous perennial that grows in shaded, deciduous forests in eastern North America. For generations, the whole plant has been used for its beneficial properties by indigenous people of the area. While American ginseng root has gained world recognition, the leaves are oftentimes largely overlooked and undervalued. However, ginseng leaves contain a wide breath of ginsenocides and can be tinctured, steeped as tea, and added to herbal formulations.
- Verbascum thapsus
- 100 seeds
Verbascum thapsus is a wooly biennial that is native to Europe, Africa, and Asia. Identifiable by its large, soft leaves, and towering flower stalk, mullein is best grown in zones three through nine.
- Ceanothus americanus
- Origin: USA
Native to eastern North America, Ceanothus americanus is a large shrub that grows on gentle slopes, dry plains, and forest clearings. Red root is both astringent and tannic, and it’s named after the color of the root bark as well as the red shade it imparts on infusions. It has been used for its beneficial properties in indigenous wellness practices for centuries. Also called buck brush, red root can be used as an infusion, extract, or dye.
Gymnema Leaf Powder
- Gymnema sylvestre
- Origin: India
Gymnema powder has an extended history of use in Ayurveda where it is called gurmar, which translates to “destroyer of sugar”. This perennial plant is a woody vine that grows in the tropical forests of central and southern India. Gymnema sylvestre powder is typically prepared as an extract or infusion.
- Panax ginseng
- Origin: China
Due to the increasing costs and precious nature of ginseng, we are no longer able to offer a bulk discount on this botanical. Panax ginseng is a member of the Araliaceae family, native to the mountainous, forested region between China and Korea. Ginseng root has been long revered in Traditional Chinese Medicine and throughout other Asian cultures. Considered more stimulating than American ginseng, red ginseng is processed by steaming and drying with the root skin left intact. Whole Asian ginseng roots can be infused as herbal tea and used in extract making.