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Herb Library

Discover the Power of Plants

Plants & Herbs From A-Z

Chamomile

Matricaria chamomilla

Chamomile

Utilized in many households to comfort bellies and induce relaxation, a simple cup of chamomile tea may be one of the most common staples of household herbalism.*

Dandelion

Taraxacum officinale

Dandelion

Whether eaten or consumed as tea, the uses of dandelion span from wild food to trusted herbal remedy to gently support the body’s natural detoxification process.*

Echinacea

Echinacea purpurea, E. angustifolia, E. pallida

Echinacea

Utilized by Native American peoples as an all-purpose remedy for generations, echinacea now finds itself in everything from tea and tincture, to supplement tablets, for its contribution to immune support.*

Elder

Sambucus nigra, fructus

Elder

Elder is as prevalent in remedies today as it was in ancient times. Its petite creamy flowers and dark purple berries most notably appear in seasonal formulas supporting immune health.*

Eucalyptus

Eucalyptus globulus

Eucalyptus

Eucalyptus leaves have been used to breathe in benefits supporting  the respiratory tract for generations.*

Fennel

Foeniculum vulgare spp. vulgare var. vulgare

Fennel

A versatile herb from the kitchen to the apothecary, fennel is traditionally used in herbal medicine to relieve uncomfortable indigestion and support breastmilk production in nursing moms.*

Fenugreek

Trigonella foenum-graecum

Fenugreek

Fenugreek has been used cross culturally for thousands of years in Europe, Asia, and beyond for its nutritive properties and ability to promote healthy digestion, milk production, and overall wellness.*

Ginger

Zingiber officinale

Ginger

Herbal practitioners have used ginger’s rhizome to help with digestion, upset stomach, and nausea for more than 2,000 years.*

Hawthorn

Hawthorn’s leaves and crimson berries have been used for centuries to support the cardiovascular system and is one of the most popular remedies for heart health across Europe.*

Hibiscus

Hibiscus sabdariffa

Hibiscus

Common benefits of hibiscus include cardiovascular and diuretic support, although simply enjoying it as a refreshingly tart drink is an herbal pleasure within itself!*

Lavender

Lavandula spp., Lavandula angustifolia

Lavender

In addition to its aromatic qualities, lavender has a wide range of medicinal benefits like settling the nervous system, easing occasional stress, and relaxing the digestive system.*

Lemon Balm

Melissa officinalis

Lemon Balm

Lemon balm supports digestion and helps calm frazzled nerves.* A member of the mint family with broad leaves and a pleasing lemony scent, the lemon balm plant is bright and uplifting.

Licorice

Glycyrrhiza glabra

Licorice

More than a sweet treat, licorice root is traditionally used in herbal medicine for soothing digestion and supporting respiratory health.*

Marshmallow

Althaea officinalis

Marshmallow

An exciting discovery for any budding herbalist, marshmallow root tea is a wonderful demulcent for soothing dry tissues and easing digestive discomfort.*

Meadowsweet

Filipendula ulmaria

Meadowsweet

Named for its sweetly fragranced flowers, the herb meadowsweet provides a soothing presence in herbal formulations calming musculoskeletal discomfort and warming wintertime woes.* 

Nettle

To many, nettle–also known as “stinging nettle”– might seem like a pesky weed with a needless sting. In reality, this small inconvenience yields big benefits. An herbalist favorite, nettle is used to support the kidneys and joints.*

Passionflower

Passiflora incarnata

Passionflower

Passionflower benefits the mind and body as it soothes the nerves, promotes relaxation and rest, and helps ease anxious minds to get some well-needed sleep.*

Peppermint

As one of the most commonly known herbs, peppermint is like a breath of fresh air with its refreshing aroma and soothing health benefit in aiding digestion.*

Raspberry Leaf

European and Native American women have been reaching for raspberry leaves for centuries to relieve normal menstrual cramps and prepare the womb for childbirth during pregnancy.*

Red Clover

Believed to be a harbinger of luck, red clover’s benefits extend beyond lore, bringing tangible good fortune as a restorative spring tonic and supporter of skin health.*

Reishi

Ganoderma lucidum

Reishi

Recognized for its ability to support a healthy immune system and help the body adapt to stress, it’s no wonder reishi is commonly known as “The Mushroom of Immortality.”*

Rose Hips

Used as a food and herbal medicine throughout the world, sweet and tangy rose hip is a lovely botanical for daily wellness.*

Schisandra Berry

Traditionally used to support a variety of organs, schisandra is an adaptogenic super fruit used to support overall stamina and vitality.*

Senna

Senna alexandrina, Cassia angustifolia, Cassia senna, Cassia acutifolia

Senna

Need to speed things along? Senna is used for just that. This herbal laxative is an herbaceous way to relieve occasional constipation.*

Skullcap

Scutellaria lateriflora

Skullcap

In an era of increased tension and stress, skullcap’s nerve-calming powers couldn’t be timelier.*

Slippery Elm

Slippery elm is a nutritive and mucilaginous botanical that’s commonly used to soothe and lubricate tissues throughout the digestive tract.*

Spearmint

“Spearmint vs peppermint?” While peppermint has a sharp bite, we use spearmint to pep up a blend’s taste and benefits—perfectly sweet without an overpoweringly minty flavor.

Tea Plant

Camellia sinensis

Tea Plant

What do green, white, and black tea have in common? They come from the same plant—Camellia sinensis. Depending on how it’s prepared, you’ll get a variety of flavors and benefits.

Turmeric

Turmeric root has been celebrated as a cooking spice, dye, and medicinal herb for over 3,000 years. Traditionally used to support the respiratory system, we love turmeric in particularly for everyday physical discomfort and digestive support.*

Valerian

Valeriana officinalis

Valerian

Valerian root is a time-tested herbal sedative that has been used for thousands of years for its health benefits of easing occasional sleepless nights and soothing the nervous system.*

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