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The large, velvety leaves of the mullein plant make a soothing herbal tea. As an ingredient in salves and poultices, they have the same soothing effect on the skin. Mullein is a striking, easy to identify plant with large, densely furred leaves and a tall, stately flowering stalk. While it’s native to Europe and Asia, mullein has become naturalized across North America and Asia. It can be found growing in a wide array of regions, from dry and rocky to wastelands and field edges. Mullein is usually biennial, meaning it seeds in the second year then dies. First year plants are rosettes of oval-shapped, woolly, grey-green leaves. In the second year, the leaves at the base of the plant (basal leaves) grow large and elongated, with successively smaller leaves developing on the lower part of a one- to five-foot flowering stalk. If you see a plant send up more than one stalk, it’s generally a result of damage to the original stalk. Fragrant yellow flowers and buds are densely packed around the stalk. As the energy and virtues of the leaves move up the stem and into the flowers, the large lower leaves turn yellow and lose their effectiveness.
Chickweed Herb – 1oz$12.00Add to cart
Chickweed Herb is a low-growing annual native to Europe that is common fare for chickens, hence the name. This plant has light green leaves, tiny white flowers and small hairs. Chickweed is often prepared as a tea or a soothing ointment or skin cream.
German Chamomile Flowers – 1oz$12.00Add to cart
Dried whole chamomile flowers are known for their powerful apple-like taste and relaxing properties, which is why they are commonly used for many teas. They blend well with smoothies, lattes, cookies, and other sweet treats. Chamomile flowers are also often used in shampoos, conditioners, lotions, bath blends, and other skincare products because of their amazing aroma.
Saraparilla Root – 1oz$12.00Add to cart
Sarsaparilla Root refers to two separate genus of plants, one native to South Asia, the other native to Central and South America. It is traditionally used in cordials and tonics and can be prepared as a hot tea or cold beverage. It has a root beer-like flavor with hints of vanilla, wintergreen and licorice.
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