Dried Herbs

Dried Herbs are wonderful for all sorts of things.  You can use them in your cooking.  You can make tea from them.  You can also create your own herbal oils, vinegars and tinctures from them.  Some people like to add them to their soaps when they make them as well.
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Bilberry Fruit Organic (Vaccinium myrtillus) Bilberries 50g
$8.00
Calendula Organic (Marigold) (Calendula officinalis) Flower 50 g
$6.00
Turmeric Powder organic 250g
$10.00
Red Rose Buds 50g
$6.00
Red Rose Petals (Rosa centifolia) 50g
$6.00
Comfrey (Symphytum officinale) Leaf 50g
$6.00
Lemon Balm (Melissa officinalis) Leaf and Stem (50gm)
$8.50
Bilberry Fruit Organic (Vaccinium myrtillus) Bilberries 50g
Bilberry Fruit Organic (Vaccinium myrtillus) Bilberries
Bilberry Fruit Organic (Vaccinium myrtillus) Bilberries 50g
$8.00
Calendula Organic (Marigold) (Calendula officinalis) Flower 50g

Calendula Organic (Marigold) (Calendula officinalis) Flower

Calendula Flowers can be used as a food colouring or sprinkled throughout soaps. Beautiful Yellow Flower Petals!
Make your own calendula oil which is great in skin care creams.

One of the only botanicals that will not go brown when placed in soap.

  • Make your own Tea or Bath Products
  • Floral Flavour
  • ALL NATURAL Scent
  • Use a little in your soaps to add a rich, luxuriance - blend with a little boiling water, steep and use as a colourant / fragrance or add dried flowers directly on top of soap or within soap.

*Please note - Botanicals can stain & irritate some skins, please always test before use.

Calendula Organic (Marigold) (Calendula officinalis) Flower 50 g
$6.00
Turmeric Powder organic 250g

Organic Turmeric Powder 250g


Details & Specifications:

Botanical Name:Curcuma longa
Organic Status:Conventional
Country of Origin:India
Plant Part:Root
Cut Size:Powder
Turmeric Powder organic 250g
$10.00
Red Rose Buds 50g
Dried Red Rose Buds 50g Make your own Tea or Bath Products Floral Flavour ALL NATURAL Scent Use a little in your soaps to add a rich, luxuriance - blend with a little boiling water, steep and use as a colourant / fragrance or add dried flowers directly on top of soap (within the soap can make it go brown) *Please note - Botanicals can stain & irritate some skins, please always test before use.
Red Rose Buds 50g
$6.00
Red Rose Petals 50g
Red Rose Petals (Rosa centifolia) Make your own Tea or Bath Products Floral Flavour ALL NATURAL Scent Use a little in your soaps to add a rich, luxuriance - blend with a little boiling water, steep and use as a colourant / fragrance or add dried flowers directly on top of soap (within the soap can make it go brown) *Please note - Botanicals can stain & irritate some skins, please always test before use.
Red Rose Petals (Rosa centifolia) 50g
$6.00
Comfrey (Symphytum officinale) Leaf 50g
Comfrey (Symphytum officinale) Leaf 50g Not to be taken internally unless prescribed by professional advice. Comfrey makes a lovely infused oil for skin care products.
Comfrey (Symphytum officinale) Leaf 50g
$6.00
Lemon Balm (Melissa officinalis) Leaf and Stem

Some herbalists use Lemon Balm as a trophorestorative for the nervous system. Trophorestoratives have traditionally been used to nourish, strengthen, and feed a specific system--in Lemon Balm's case, that would be the nervous system. Lemon Balm's mild sedative properties have historically been used for insomnia, anxiety, stress induced headaches, heart palpitations and high blood pressure. For some folks, Lemon Balm can also be a gentle mood up-lifter. Lemon Balm's gentle and calming properties make it a safe and tasty choice for hyper, agitated, or cranky children.

Because of Lemon Balm's calming effect on the nervous system, it can help provide relief in cases of a "nervous stomach." When there is indigestion due to stress or anxiety, Lemon Balm can help to relieve spasms, cramps and gas of the digestive tract.

Lemon Balm has been shown in clinical studies to exhibit strong antiviral properties. Applied topically, the diluted essential oil of Lemon Balm, commonly called Melissa, is effective at preventing and relieving cold sores, genital herpes, chicken pox and shingle outbreaks. All three viruses live in the nerves, so Lemon Balm's antiviral action along with its affinity for the nervous system makes it an ideal remedy.

Like other members of the Mint family, Lemon Balm can be both cooling and warming energetically. A cold infusion of Lemon Balm can cool you off during a hot summer day or help to reduce the severity of hot flashes in menopause. A hot infusion of Lemon Balm is traditionally used as a diaphoretic to break a fever--especially useful for children.

Chill Out Tea
This tasty tea can help to chill you out in a few ways. On a hot summer day this can be prepared as a cold infusion to help beat the summer heat. It can also be prepared hot or cold to help calm the nerves and soothe the soul. Enjoy!
1 part Lemon Balm
1/2 part Linden
1/2 part Spearmint
1/4 part Hibiscus
1/4 part Chamomile
Touch of Rose Petals
Lemon Balm (Melissa officinalis) Leaf and Stem (50gm)
$8.50
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