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Ginseng Root Powder, Asian
  • OG
  • K

  • Panax ginseng
  • Origin: China
Ginseng Root Powder, Asian

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Due to the increasing costs and precious nature of ginseng, we are no longer able to offer a bulk discount on this botanical. Ginseng has been used for centuries for its healthful properties in Traditional Chinese Medicine. Hand-farmed high in the mountains of China, our organic, Asian ginseng powder is milled from the root of Panax ginseng. Ginseng root powder can be encapsulated, tinctured, or infused.

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Ginseng Root Slices, Red
  • OG
  • K

  • Panax ginseng
  • Origin: China
Ginseng Root Slices, Red

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Due to the increasing costs and precious nature of ginseng, we are no longer able to offer a bulk discount on this botanical. In Traditional Chinese Medicine, Panax ginseng is a revered botanical for its healthful and adaptogenic qualities. Asian ginseng is native to the mountains of China and Korea and is considered more stimulating than American ginseng. To achieve its red color, the root undergoes a special steaming and drying process with the skin left intact. Red ginseng root can be tinctured, infused, and incorporated into herbal blends.

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Milk Thistle Seed Powder
  • OG
  • K

  • Silybum marianum
  • Origin: Bulgaria
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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Tribulus (Puncture Vine)
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  • K

  • Tribulus terrestris
  • Origin: India
Tribulus (Puncture Vine)

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Tribulus terrestris is native to arid regions in Europe, Asia, Africa, and northern Australia. It is considered an aggressive and invasive species in some parts of the world, thriving in disturbed soils. The plant is often recognized by its long, sharp, spiny fruit known to pierce bike tires and shoes. For this reason, it has earned many common names such as puncture vine, devil’s thorn, and goat’s head. Tribulus fruit has been used for its healthful qualities in Traditional Chinese Medicine and Ayurveda where it’s referred to as gokshura. Tribulus can be infused as herbal tea or extracted as a tincture.

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Vitex (Chaste Tree) Berries
  • OG
  • K

  • Vitex agnus-castus
  • Origin: Turkey
Vitex (Chaste Tree) Berries

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Native to the Mediterranean, Vitex agnus-castus now grows in temperate regions throughout the world. Vitex is often referred to as chaste tree, taking its name from Greek legends associating the tree with chastity and faithfulness. Vitex berry has been used in traditional European herbalism for reproductive support for thousands of years. The dried fruit, also called chasteberry, can be brewed as an herbal tea, tinctured, or cracked and sprinkled over food for a peppery spice.

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Turkey Rhubarb Root Powder
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  • K

  • Rheum spp.
  • Origin: USA
Turkey Rhubarb Root Powder

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A relative of edible rhubarb, turkey rhubarb is an herbaceous perennial used for its healthful properties. For centuries, turkey rhubarb root has been utilized in Traditional Chinese Medicine as well as European folk herbalism. Our turkey rhubarb root powder is milled from Rheum spp. The bitter powder can be tinctured, encapsulated, and incorporated into botanical formulas.

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Tribulus (Puncture Vine) Powder
  • OG
  • K

  • Tribulus terrestris
  • Origin: India
Tribulus (Puncture Vine) Powder

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Tribulus has been employed for its wellness-supporting properties in many ancient healing practices, including Ayurveda and Traditional Chinese Medicine. Known for its fruit with long, sharp spines, Tribulus terrestris is often called puncture vine, goat’s head, and devil’s thorn. The plant thrives in arid, disturbed soils and is considered a noxious weed in some parts of the world. Tribulus powder can be encapsulated or used in tincturing. In some traditions, tribulus fruit powder is blended into milk or juice.

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Turmeric Root Powder Clearance
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  • FT
  • K

  • Curcuma longa
  • Origin: India
  • 1 lb. & 5 lb.
Turmeric Root Powder Clearance

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Turmeric root is a key ingredient in many Indian and Asian dishes, imparting an earthy and slightly bitter flavor to foods and beverages. The rhizome also has an extensive history of use in Ayurveda. Our clearance turmeric powder is ground from organic, fair trade Curcuma longa roots. Turmeric root powder can be employed in tincturing, encapsulation, as a fabric dye, in topical applications, and perhaps most popularly, as a spice in culinary dishes.

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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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