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Milk Thistle Seed Powder
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  • K

  • Silybum marianum
  • Origin: Croatia
Milk Thistle Seed Powder

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Silybum marianum has been used for thousands of years as an edible food and for its healthful properties. Our organic milk thistle seed powder is perfect for tincturing or encapsulating. Other uses for milk thistle powder include infusing oil for cosmetic preparations and incorporating into culinary dishes such as smoothies, stews, and soups.

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Making Your Own Incense

  • By Tina Sams and Maryanne Schwartz, 1999 (softcover, 32 pages)
Making Your Own Incense

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$3.95
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Making Your Own Incense includes fun facts, recipes, and common techniques related to the art and history of incense making. Authors Tina Sams and Maryanne Schwartz will show you how to make incense cones, sticks, smudge bundles, loose incense, resins, and more.

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Lobelia Seeds
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  • Lobelia inflata
  • 1000 seeds
Lobelia Seeds

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$2.95
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Lobelia is an herbaceous annual native to the Central and Eastern regions of North America. This tiny native wildflower, Lobelia inflata, grows best in zones two through eight.

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Burdock Root Powder
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  • K

  • Arctium lappa
  • Origin: USA
Burdock Root Powder

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Our burdock root powder is milled from organic roots cultivated in the Pacific Northwest. Arctium lappa has a long history of use in both western and eastern traditions of herbalism. Burdock powder is often used in cosmetic formulations, encapsulated, or tinctured.

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Echinacea purpurea Root Powder
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  • Echinacea purpurea
  • Origin: USA
Echinacea purpurea Root Powder

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Our echinacea powder is ground from organically cultivated Echinacea purpurea roots. Echinacea purpurea is one of nine species of echinacea found in North America. Also referred to as purple coneflower, the powdered root can be incorporated into culinary recipes, infused into skin care creations, tinctured, and encapsulated.

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Birch Bark Powder
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  • Betula lenta
  • Origin: USA
Birch Bark Powder

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Our birch bark powder is ground from wildharvested Betula lenta. The birch tree has an extensive history of use in traditional wellness support and has also been employed in boat building. Birch bark powder can be prepared in capsules, as a tincture, or employed in topical applications.

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Cleavers Seeds
  • OG

  • Galium aparine
  • 30 seeds
Cleavers Seeds

Price
$2.95
SKU
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Cleavers, or Galium aparine, is a tiny, sticky, vine-like annual herb. Native to most of Europe, Africa, and Asia, it is now naturalized through North and South America. Growing zones include three through seven.

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Yerba Mansa Seeds

  • Anemopsis californica
  • 100 seeds
Yerba Mansa Seeds

Price
$3.95
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Yerba mansa is a sprawling, flowering, ground cover perennial native to southwestern North America and northwestern Mexico. Anemopsis californica is easily distinguished by its showy white flowers and is often used for making teas, tinctures, and aromatic infusions. Best grown in zones three through nine.

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Red Clover Herb
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  • Trifolium pratense
  • Origin: USA
Red Clover Herb

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Red clover can be a common sight around meadows, parks, and fields during late spring. A low growing, short-lived perennial in the pea family, Trifolium pratense has three lobed leaves and dark pink, densely packed flower heads. Red clover herb is a blend of the aerial portions of the plant, perfect for tincturing and brewing a cup of red clover tea.

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Ashwagandha Root Powder
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  • K

  • Withania somnifera
  • Origin: India
Ashwagandha Root Powder

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Ashwagandha, occasionally spelled ashwaganda, is a highly regarded root in Ayurvedic medicine. It has been employed as an adaptogen and tonic herb and is incorporated into many herbal formulations. Our ashwagandha powder is ground from organically grown Withania somnifera roots. Ashwagandha root powder can be tinctured, added to culinary recipes, and encapsulated.

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