All single herbs

Blue lotus flowers

Also known as Nymphaea caerulea, blue Egyptian water lily Introduction Blue lotus is the name commonly associated with Nymphaea caerulea, which is a... more info

Blue vervain herb

Also known as Verbana hastata Introduction Blue vervain is an herb belonging to the Verbenaceae family of plants, being closesly related to Verbana... more info

Broad leaf Indian tea (White)

Our Broad-leaf Indian white tea is a rare & exotic tea leaf of the larger leafed Camellia sinensis plants usually reserved for black teas such as... more info

Burdock root

Also known as Arctium lappa Introduction Artium lappa, commonly known as burdock, is a biennial plant, home to the Asteraceae family of plants.... more info

Cacao beans, nibs, and powder

Also known as Raw Chocolate, Theobroma cacao, Food of the Gods, Xocolatl, Cocoa Introduction The Cacao fruit in it's entirety was used among the... more info

Calamus root and powder, Chinese (Shi Chang Pu)

Also known as Acorus gramineus, Shi Chang Pu Introduction Acorus gramineus is a plant closely related to its cousin Acorus calamus, both being... more info

Calamus root, American (Diploid)

Also known as Acorus americanus, Sweet flag Introduction Acorus calamus is a wetland lover with extremely pleasant smelling reed like leaves and most... more info

Calamus root, Indian (Triploid)

Also known as Acorus calamus, Sweet flag, Indian Calamus, Eurasian Calamus Introduction Acorus calamus is a wetland lover with extremely pleasant... more info

Calea zacatechichi leaf (Dream herb)

Also known as Calea ternifolia, Mexican dream herb Introduction Calea zacatechichi is a species of flowering plant in the aster family, Asteraceae.... more info

California poppy herb

Also known as Eschscholzia californica, Golden poppy Introduction The California poppy is the state flower of California and is considered an ancient... more info

Cardamom seeds and pods

Also known as Elettaria cardamomum, True cardamom Introduction Cardamom is the name of an aromatic seed & pod harvested from the plant Elettaria... more info

Carob nibs and powder

Also known as Ceratonia siliqua Introduction Ceratonia siliqua is an evergreen shrub from the Fabaceae family which produces a chocolate-tasting seed... more info

Catnip leaf

Also known as Nepeta cataria, Catmint Introduction Catnip is a very popular herb belonging to the mint family, and is known throughout the world for... more info

Cats claw bark and powder, Peruvian (Una de Gato)

Also known as Uña de Gato, Uncaria tormentosa Introduction Cat's claw is a South American jungle vine with cat like claws that grip and climb upward... more info

Cats claw hooks and powder, Chinese (Gou Teng)

Also known as Uncaria rhynchophylla, gou teng Introduction Uncaria rhynchophylla, also known as Chinese cat's claw, is a fundamental herb in the... more info

Catuaba bark and powder

Also known as Erythroxylum Catuaba, Trichilia catigua, Big catuaba Introduction Catuaba is the name given to a number of plants found in South... more info

Cayenne pepper powder

Also known as Capsicum annuum, red hot chili pepper Introduction Cayenne pepper is an especially spicy cultivar of the Capsicum genus, belonging to... more info

Celastrus paniculatus seeds

Also known as Celastrus paniculatus, Climbing staff tree, Intellect tree Introduction Celastrus paniculatus is the name of a woody vine that bears an... more info

Chaga mushroom and powder

Also known as Inonotus obliquus, Birch mushroom Introduction Chaga is a mushroom that has a tendency to grow on Birch trees, usually taking 5-7 years... more info

Chamomile flowers, Egyptian

Also known as Matricaria recutita Introduction Chamomile is related to the sunflower and is native to Eastern Europe and now found around the world,... more info

Chia seeds

Also known as Salvia hispanica Introduction The seed of Salvia hispanica, commonly known as Chia, is an extremely nutritious food, grown by the... more info

Chicory root, roasted

Also known as Cichorium intybus Introduction Chicory is a nutritional herb whose leaves and root are eaten and brewed into tea. The roots of chicory... more info

Chlorella powder

Also known as Chlorella vulgaris Introduction Chlorella, one of the oldest living organisms on the planet, is a single-celled algae that contains... more info

Chuchuhuasi powder

Also known as Maytenus Aelivis, Chocha huasha Introduction Chuchuhuasi is an Amazonian native herb belonging to the same family as khat, and has been... more info

Cinchona bark

Also known as Cinchona officinalis, Red cinchona, Quinine bark Introduction Cinchona bark is the original source of the anti-malarial drug 'quinine'.... more info

Cinnamon bark, Cassia

Also known as Cinnamomum cassia Introduction Cinnamon is Greek meaning 'to strip off the bark' and has been used for over 5,000 years by mankind. It... more info

Cinnamon bark, Zeylon

Also known as Cinnamomum zeylanicum Introduction Cinnamon is Greek meaning 'to strip off the bark' and has been used for over 5,000 years by mankind.... more info

Cistanche root and powder

Also known as Cistanche deserticola, Rou Cong Rong Introduction Cistanche deserticola and relatives are endangered desert dwelling parasitic plants... more info

Clove buds

Also known as Syzygium aromaticum, Eugenia aromaticum Introduction Cloves are strongly scented dried flower buds native to Indonesia and used as a... more info

Coconut water powder

Also known as Cocos nucifera Introduction The coconut is a large stone fruit (drupe) from tropical palm tree in the Arecaceae family. It is the only... more info

Codonopsis root (Dang Shen)

Also known as Codonopsis pilosula, Bastard Ginseng, Dang shen, Poor Man's Ginseng Introduction The roots of C. pilosula are used in traditional... more info

Coleus root

Also known as Coleus forskohlii, Plectranthus barbatus Introduction Coleus is an Ayurvedic herb utilized in India to treat breathing complaints... more info

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