Herbs

This powerful plant is in the cannabaceae family. It grows with speed and strength, similar to a vine, which makes it an easy plant to have around. The pale green flowers (pictured here) are the part of the plant that is primarily used for medicinal...

Also known as Humulus lupulus! This powerful plant is in the cannabaceae family. It grows with speed and strength, similar to a vine, which makes it an easy plant to have around. The pale green flowers (pictured here) are the part of the plant that is...

Herbs can be taken in many different forms, from tisanes, capsules, and powders, each variety has the ability to enhance your health. Tisanes are easily accessible and provide you with the ability to drink them throughout the day without harming your body. (Unless of course you...

Valerian (Valeriana officinalis) is a perennial plant native to Europe and parts of Asia, and naturalized in North America. It has a very distinctive odor that many people find unpleasant - if you’ve ever opened a bag of our tisanes containing valerian root, you may...

Milk thistle is a beautiful plant that carries strong benefits and features! With its big bright and soft purple flowers and very rough, spiky exterior, milk thistle grows abundantly here in California. Seeming like another pesky weed, milk thistle is actually a very potent medicinal...

Known as an adaptogenic herb, schisandra berries help bring ease to the mind and body as it stabilizes the nervous system and reduces cortisol levels in the body. Nourishing yin energy it has the ability to, “quiet the spirit and calm the heart”. Connecting to...

A flowering herb that grows in cold, high-altitude regions such as Scandinavia, Siberia, Russia, and Iceland, and as far south as northern France and Germany.  Other names for it include arctic root, golden root, king's crown, and rose root. Rhodiola rosea has been used in...

Burdock root comes from burdock, a genus of weeds that are related to sunflowers and part of the daisy family.  Burdock has large heart-shaped leaves and produces purple flowers in the spring and autumn. Native to North Asia and Europe, burdock now grows widely in...

Passiflora, or Passionflower, is a plant native to North, Central, and South America. While primarily tropical, some of its 400 species can grow in colder climates. The name passion flower dates back to the seventeenth century. Spanish explorers learned about passionflower from native Peruvians. They...

(also known as Silybum marianum). Milk thistle gets its name from the milky-white liquid that runs off of the plant’s leaves when they’re crushed. The actual leaves of the plant also have a spotted white pattern that makes them look as if they’ve been dunked...