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Mullein Herb

Mullein, also known as Aaron’s Rod or Velvet Plant, is a tall, fuzzy wildflower with a long history. It’s native to Europe and Asia but can now be found all over the world, including North America.

Here are some interesting facts about mullein:

  • Towering Terror: Mullein can grow up to 10 feet tall!
  • Folklore Favorite: Mullein has been used in traditional medicine for centuries.
  • Crafty Companion: The dried stalks of mullein can be used as wicks for torches or even turned into smoking pipes.
  • Wildlife Welcome: Mullein flowers attract pollinators like bees and butterflies.

While mullein has some interesting traditional uses, it’s important to remember that it shouldn’t be used as a replacement for medical care. If you’re interested in learning more about the medicinal uses of mullein, it’s always best to consult with a healthcare professional.

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Yarrow Herb

Yarrow, a tough little flowering plant with a long history, is a familiar sight in meadows and along roadsides around the world. Here’s a closer look at this interesting herb:

  • A Plant with Staying Power: Yarrow is a perennial, meaning it comes back year after year. It thrives in sunny spots and can tolerate poor soil conditions.
  • Feathery Friends: Yarrow’s leaves are finely divided, resembling feathers. The flat clusters of tiny white (or sometimes pink or purple) flowers give it a cheerful look.
  • Ancient Uses: Yarrow has been used for centuries in traditional medicine. Legend has it that the Greek hero Achilles used it to treat his soldiers’ wounds.
  • Aromatic Impact: Yarrow has a slightly bitter taste and a distinctive aroma. It can be used as a flavoring agent in some foods and beverages.
  • Garden Buddy: Yarrow is a beneficial companion plant in the garden. It attracts helpful insects like ladybugs and hoverflies, while deterring some pests.
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Peppermint Herb

Peppermint soothes an upset stomach and aids in digestion. It has a calming and numbing effect, and is often used to treat headaches, skin irritation, nausea, diarrhea, menstrual cramps, flatulence, and anxiety associated with depression. It is also an ingredient in chest rubs used to treat symptoms of the common cold. Peppermint has antibacterial, antifungal, and antiviral properties which kill some types of bacteria, fungi, and viruses . Menthol and methyl salicylate, the main ingredients in peppermint, have antispasmodic effects, with calming effects on the gastrointestinal tract. Use peppermint for indigestion and irritable bowel syndrome but not for GERD.

We can offer great prices because we herbalist and beekeepers and grow our own organic vegetables, fruits, berries and herbs. We work hard to create the perfect recipe of combined herbs not only for health but also wonder flavors. Also, proud to be business partners with United Plant Savers – Medicinal Plant Conservation.
Be careful of buying any imported herbs, or even herbs that have been doused in chemicals like miracle grow they can effect your health. Our bees help us grow amazing herbs!

Organic Peppermint Leaf comes in a Eco-friendly Kraft bag.
We are offering 2 ounces which is about 2 cups of Peppermint Leaves and 4 ounces which is about 4 cups. If you would like a larger amount please feel free to message us.