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Damiana

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Botanical name: Turnera diffusa, T. aphrodisiaca Other names: damiana herb, damiana leaf, damiane, feuille de damiana, feuille de damiane, herba de la pastora, houx mexicain, Mexican damiana, mizibcoc, old woman’s broom, oreganillo, rosemary, thé Bourrique, Turnerae diffusae folium, Turnerae diffusae herba, Turnera microphylla Damiana is a shrub native to Texas, Mexico, the Caribbean, and Central […]
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Herb Robert

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Botanical name: Geranium robertianum Other names: red robin, death come quickly, felon wort, bloodwort, storksbill, dove’s foot, crow’s foot, stinky Bob Uses: Anti-rheumatic, anti-cancer, astringent, diuretic, bladder & gall bladder issues, wound healing, oxygenator Herb-Robert is a common species of cranesbill native to Europe and parts of Asia, N. America, and Africa. In traditional herbal […]
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Catnip

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Botanical name: Nepata cataria Other names: cataire, catmint, catnep, catswort, chataire, field balm, herbe à chat, herbe aux chats, hierba gatera, menta de gato, menthe des chats, Nepeta cataria Uses: Sedative, nervine, diaphoretic, carminative, antispasmodic, astringent, etc. Catnip is a hugely beneficial herb with a long list of wildly diverse uses. It is commonly smoked […]
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Tribulus

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Botanical name: Tribulus terrestris Other names: abrojo, abrojos, al-Gutub, kutub, qutub, bijili, caltrop, cat’s-head, Ci Ji Li, common dubbeltjie, croix-de-malte, devil’s-thorn, devil’s-weed, espigón, épine du diable, escarbot, German/Bulgarian Tribulus terrestris, goathead, gokhru, gokshur, gokshura, Nature’s Viagra, puncture vine, puncture weed, qutiba, small caltrops, tribule, Tribule terrestre, tribulis Uses: Diuretic, aphrodisiac, circulatory stimulant, liver tonic, demulcent […]
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Yerba Mate

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Botanical name: Ilex paraguariensis Other names: chimarrao, green mate, hervea, Ilex, Jesuit’s Brazil tea, Jesuit’s tea, maté, maté folium, Paraguay tea, St. Bartholomew’s tea, thé de Saint Barthélémy, thé des Jésuites, thé du Brésil, thé du Paraguay, yerbamate Uses: Stimulant, tonic, thermogenic, nervine, anti-allergy Yerba mate has long been a part of South American culture […]
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Passion Flower

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Botanical name: Passiflora incarnata Other names: passionflower, apricot vine, Corona de Cristo, fleur de la passion, fleur de passiflore, flor de passion, grenadille, madre selva, maracuja, maypop, pasiflora, passiflora, passiflore, passiflorina, passion vine, passionaria, passionblume, passionflower herb, purple passion flower, water lemon, wild passion flower Uses: Sedative, hypnotic, antispasmodic, anodyne The primary benefit of passion […]
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Milk Thistle

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Botanical name: Silybum marianum Other names: artichaut sauvage, blessed milk thistle, cardo lechoso, Cardui mariae fructus, Cardui mariae herba, Carduus marianum, Carduus marianus, lady’s thistle, lait de Notre-Dame, legalon, Marian thistle, Mariendistel, Mary thistle, Our Lady’s thistle, shui fei ji, silibinin, silybe de Marie, silybin, silybum, Silybum marianum, silymarin, silymarine, St. Mary thistle, St. Mary’s […]
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St John’s Wort

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Botanical name: Hypericum perforatum Other names: amber, amber touch-and-heal, barbe de Saint-Jean, chasse-diable, demon chaser, fuga daemonum, goatweed, hardhay, herbe à la brûlure, herbe à mille trous, herbe aux fées, herbe aux mille vertus, herbe aux piqûres, herbe de saint éloi, herbe de Saint-Jean, herbe du charpentier, herbe percée, hierba de san juan, hypereikon, hyperici […]
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Paw Paw Leaves

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Botanical name: Carica papaya Other names: banane de prairie, Caricae papayae folium, Carica papaya, Carica peltata, Carica posoposa, chirbhita, erandachirbhita, erand karkati, green papaya, mamaerie, Melonenbaumblaetter, melon tree, papaya, yellow papaw, red papaya, papaye, papaye verte, papayer, papita Uses: Antibacterial, analgesic, anti-cancer, vermifuge, antifungal, anti-inflammatory, digestive aid, antioxidant Traditionally, paw paw leaves have been used […]
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Slippery Elm

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Botanical name: Ulmus rubra (U. fulva) Other names: Indian elm, moose elm, olmo Americano, orme, orme gras, orme rouge, orme roux, red elm, sweet elm Uses: Demulcent, emollient, astringent, anti-inflammatory, abortifacient The inner bark extract of the slippery elm tree is known to soothe irritated mucous membranes in the lining of the respiratory tract, stomach […]
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Chamomile

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Botanical name: Matricaria recutita. A nurturing nerve tonic, Chamomile sooths stress and aids against insomnia. Organically Grown.
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Cramp Bark

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Cramp Bark (Viburnum opulus) is a muscle relaxant that helps to ease uterine and menstrual/pregnancy cramps. It has a long history of use by indigenous North Americans, and may assist in reducing fluid retention.
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Echinacea

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Botanical name: Echinacea purpurea. Echinacea strengthens the immune system by increasing the production of white blood cells in the body. It is a great preventative of sickness, particularly useful in flu season. This herb is organically grown.
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Ginkgo Biloba

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Botanical name: Gingkoacea. Brain tonic and memory support, Ginko Biloba is great for all kinds of degenerative brain disease as well as improving circulation. This herb is organically grown. Caution: Ginkgo may decrease blood levels in CYP2C19 enzyme substrates. It may increase blood levels and side effects of Nifedipine medication, and increase the risk of […]
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Hawthorne Berries

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Botanical name: Crateagus oxycanthus. Hawthorn Berries have an age old European tradition of use to combat all kinds of heart problems, whilst also tonifing the veins, capillaries and arteries and lowering cholesterol. Organically Grown.
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Gotu Kola

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Botanical name: Centella asiatica. Gotu Kola is famous for its memory and concentraion boosting properties, however it is also anti-viral and anti-bacterial and is reported to have anti-ageing effects. Great to mix with Gingko Biloba and Brahmi. Organically Grown.
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Dong Quai

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Considered the female ginseng, due to its regulating effect upon women’s hormonal system, Dong Quai is used to ease symptoms of menopause, menstruation, high blood pressure as well as being a general tonic. Dong Quai is an essential women’s power herb!
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Hops Flowers

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Botanical name: Humulus Lupulus. This close relative of cannabis may help relieve nervous tension and act as a nervine tonic. Hops can help ease stress and tension, creating a gentle feeling of relaxation. Hops flowers placed in a dream pillow (along with Mugwort) may help promote deep restful sleep, as well as relaxing the neck […]
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Licorice Root

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Botanical name: Glycyrrhiza glabra. Licorice Root is a potent adrenal and nerve tonic, a great soother of nervous irritability, plus it tastes great! An excellent sugar alternative, licorice has a satisfying flavour that does not raise blood-sugar levels.
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Mugwort

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Botanical name: Artemisia vulgaris. Locally grown here in Northern NSW. Whole leaf. Mugwort was the original beer brewing herb of Europe and is traditionally thought to be tonifying to the liver, due to its bitterness. Mugwort has a long history of use both, medicinally and magically. Mugwort use can be traced around the world right […]
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Nettle

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Botanical name: Urtica dioica. Nettle is a highly nutritious wild green that is an excellent source of iron, thus making it a wonderful herbal remedy for anaemia. It has a stinging action if touched before infused, and was traditionally used to combat arthritis. Organically grown.
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Raspberry Leaf

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Botanical name: Rubus idaeus. Raspberry Leaf tea is an excellent women’s herb, toning the uterus and easing the pain and discomfort associated with menstruation. It is a great source of potassium and phosphorus and contains many trace elements and micro-nutrients including vitamins A, C, E and B. Raspberry Leaf is also a great addition to […]
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Saw Palmetto

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Botanical name: Serenoa repens. A South American super palm, used to aid all male sexual problems. Especially good for prostate issues. Saw Palmetto also increases the effects of other aphrodisiacs, particularly Damiana. An excellent everyday herb for men over 50 to maintain health and sexual performance.
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Siberian Ginseng

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Known as an adaptogen, Siberian ginseng may help the body adapt to a wide range of internal and external stress factors, including sickness, lack of sleep, stress, and overwork, while enhancing physical and mental performance, endurance and overall vitality.
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Skullcap

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Skullcap, Scutellaria lateriflora, derives its name from its ability to relieve tension headaches. It is an excellent herb for nervous tension and anxiety, because it both relaxes and tones the whole nervous system; this is particularly useful with menstrual tension and hysteria. It has also been used in the treatment of epilepsy and seizures. In […]
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