BASIL

A botanical superstar, containing vitamins A, C, and K. It even contains zinc, iron and chlorophyll. Add to that, it's rich in antioxidants and relieves stress. 

blackberry and blackberry leaf

Blackberries are sweet darkly colored fruits that grow on bushy vines in small clusters known as drupelets. Blackberry leaves have been traditionally used in herbal medicine as an antimicrobial and for their healthful antioxidant properties.

Blueberry

Blueberries contain antioxidants, which work to neutralize free radicals linked to the development of cancer, cardiovascular disease, and other age-related conditions. These little powerhouses provide tasty ways of staying healthy. Blueberries contain tons of vitamin C!

borage

Borage is a robust annual herb. Borage is noted for having a cucumber like flavor and is easily recognized by its white prickly hairs and bright blue, star-shaped flowers. The old herbalists held that Borage made people cheerful and courageous. It is now known to stimulate the adrenal glands and have mild sedative and antidepressant effects. 

 

Chamomile

It is often ingested as a tea for calming purposes and to soothe the digestive tract, and is mild enough to be administered to babies. Chamomile is soothing to the skin.

CINNAMON

A warm, agreeably sweet, woody aroma that is delicate yet intense. The taste is fragrant and warm with hints of clove and citrus. Cinnamon can be used to help treat muscle spasms, vomiting, diarrhea, infections, the common cold and loss of appetite.

CRANBERRY

Cranberries are at the top of the list due to their high nutrient and antioxidant content and are often referred to as a "super food."

CUCUMBER

Cucumbers contain numerous antioxidants, including the well-known vitamin C and beta-carotene. They also contain antioxidant flavonoids, such as quercetin, apigenin, luteolin, and kaempferol, 6 which provide additional benefits.

DILL

The annual plant's leaves have a clean, fragrant aroma of anise and lemon. 

Epsom Salt

Otherwise known as magnesium sulfate. It is known for its exceptional purity and therapeutic value. It dissolves easily, perfect for soothing sore muscles, relaxing soaks, and calming foot baths.

FENNEL

A tall, hard, graceful perennial. The taste is pleasantly fresh, slightly sweet, with a hint of camphor.

French Grey Bath Salt

This salt is harvested by hand in the Guérande region of France. This all-natural sea salt is gathered using ancient methods dating back to the Iron Age that preserve the inherent mineral content of the salt, using all wooden tools. It undergoes no treatment, washing or refining after it is harvested from the clay-lined ponds that give it the treasured grey color. It is prized for its high trace mineral content and moisture.

GINGER

Natural anti-nausea properties and can help relieve an upset stomach; it is also a great immunity booster.

Green rooibos

This tea is considerably higher in anti-oxidants, trace minerals, and nutrients, when compared to traditional Rooibos, which helps to explain its explosive popularity with those of us who are health conscious.

Green Tea

Extensive research confirms the high anti-oxidant and poly phenol activity found in green tea, and it comes highly recommended as a general cleansing beverage. Contains caffeine.c

Hibiscus flower

Natural anti-inflammatory. Hibiscus tea is rich in antioxidants, is excellent for respiratory health, and is often used as a sleep aid.

Himalayan salt

Carefully mined from deep within the Himalayas, Himalayan Pink Bath Salt is considered an absolute treasure. Himalayan Pink Salt was formed from an ancient seabed that was pushed up into the mountain range and perfectly preserved by volcanic ash. Rich in trace minerals, this all-natural salt is prized for its beautiful pink color, varying from almost white to deep rose

heather flower

A low mound of handsome greenery topped by multiple spikes of colored flowers, heather flowers are a traditional remedy in Swedish herbal medicine. Branches are used as broom straw, the leaves flavor beer and tea, the bark can be used for tanning, and the flowers yield nectar for honeybees. 

Honey Crisp apples

The flavour is sweet with very little trace of acidity and little depth or complexity. There can also be a trace of pear-drop flavor. Honeycrisp, or Honey Crisp, is a modern apple variety, developed in the 1960s and introduced to the market in the 1990s.

jUNPIER BERRY

A prickly, evergreen shrub or small tree that is a member of the large cypress family - the only one with edible fruit. The berries were used by enterprising Romans to adulterate pepper. Juniper's use as flavoring for gin and other spirits dates back to the 17th century. Teh aroma of juniper is pleasantly woody, bittersweet, and unmistakably like gin. The taste is clean and refreshing, sweetish with a slight burning effect and has a hint of pine and resin. 

lavender

A calming tisane that can help alleviate restlessness, insomnia, and anxiety. It also has properties that aid in digestion. 

Lemongrass

Lemongrass is known for its uplifting citrus scent and healthful properties.

Lemon verbena

This herb has an intense fresh lemon aroma. The taste echoes the aroma, but less strong. It is more lemony than a lemon, but lacks the tartness. 

Mint

One of the most popular flavors in the world, mint is at once cooling and warming with a sweet fragrance. Spearmint is mellow and refreshing with a sweet-sharp, pleasantly pungent flavor backed by hints of lemon. Peppermint has pronounced menthol notes and a fiery  bite, yet is also slightly sweet, tangy, and spicy with a fresh cool after taste. 

nettle leaf

A tonic of green, hay-like taste that is pleasantly refreshing and slightly bitter. The leaves are full of antioxidants

Oolong tea

Oolong tea is unique because of its partial fermentation which produces a diverse arrangement of both off-green and black leaves. This tea is beautiful, tasty, full bodied, healthy and with a mildly smooth aftertaste. Highly recommended to those that enjoy the health benefits of green tea but have a hard time with its lingering, semi bitter taste.

bartlett pears

One of the most common pear varieties in the United States and are considered a "classic" among pear enthusiasts. This variety is almost 250 years old and packed full of flavor. These pears are aromatic, sweet and juicy. The growing region we sources this from thrive in nutrient-rich volcanic soil of the Pacific Northwest which is fed by nearby rivers and glacial snow melt. 

Perilla

The aromatic leaves of perilla - or shiso (Japanese name) - is an annual herb, related to mint and basil. It is sweetly yet strongly aromatic, with notes of cinnamon, cumin, citrus and anise basil.

Pumpkin

Pumpkins are rich in beta-carotene and low in calories and saturated fat. They are also a good source of potassium. Our source farm is located in the Nisqually Flats in Washington. Home to diverse wildlife and soil rich nutrients of the tidal lands. 

raspberry leaf

Raspberry leaves are among the most pleasant-tasting of all the herbal remedies, with a taste much like black tea, without the caffeine. Raspberries were said to have been discovered by the Olympian gods themselves while searching for berries on Mount Ida. Teas of raspberry leaves were given to women of the Cherokee, Iroquois, and Mohawk nations in North America, and have earned approval of the authoritative British Herbal Compendium.

rooibos red tea

Health benefits of red rooibos tea include its use as a cure for nagging headaches, insomnia, asthma, eczema, bone weakness, hypertension, allergies, and premature aging. The tea is absolutely free from caffeine content and is also low in tannins. You can enjoy the refreshing beverage all day long with no possible side effects. Drinking rooibos tea can further ease severe stomach cramps, as well as bring relief to asthma and other related conditions. It also boosts the immune system of the human body.

ROSE

Rose petals are a natural source of vitamin C, according to a review published in the "Iranian Journal of Basic Medical Sciences." Vitamin C is a natural antioxidant which can block some of the damage that can result from exposure to toxins and free radicals. Rose petals are rich in polyphenols, which are water-soluble. 

rose hips

The health benefits of rose hips include their ability to reduce the symptoms of rheumatoid arthritis, relieve various respiratory conditions, prevent cancer, lower cholesterol, manage diabetes, increase urination, regulate your digestive system, boost the immune system, increase circulation, and help to build strong bones. Rose hips are actually the fruit of the rose plant and usually forms in late summer and autumn, after the rose plant has been pollinated.

rosemary

This herb, especially the flower tops, contains antibacterial and antioxidant rosmarinic acid, plus several essential oils such as cineol, camphene, borneol, bornyl acetate, that are known to have anti-inflammatory, anti-fungal, and antiseptic properties.

sage

Sage can be mild, musky and balsamic, or strongly camphorous with astringent notes and a warm spiciness. Dried safe is more potent than fresh and can be acrid and musty. 

sea salt

Sea salt is hailed for its health-enhancing minerals, therapeutic properties, and all-natural harvesting process. Adding a little sea salt to the bath can help stimulate circulation, ease muscle aches, help relieve stiffness, aid with arthritis or back pain, and soothe achy, overworked legs and feet. Plus sea salt helps cleanse and detoxify the largest organ in the body—your skin. Our Pacific sea salt is this solar evaporated from the waters of the Pacific Ocean, off the coast of California.

skullcap

Health Benefits of Skullcap. Some of the most important health benefits ofskullcap include its ability to reduce anxiety, soothe the nervous system, treat diabetes, help with weight loss, prevent certain cancers, lower inflammation, balance hormones, and aid sleep issues.

stevia

The health benefits of stevia include its ability to aid in weight loss, lower blood pressure, reduce blood sugar, protect oral health, build strong bones, prevent certain forms of cancer, and help avoid cavities. Stevia is widely considered one of the most interesting and beneficial new discoveries when it comes to human health and nutrition. Stevia is actually the name for the more than 240 species of shrubs and small flowering plans in the Asteraceae family, which is the same family as sunflowers. 

strawberry

Strawberries are an excellent source of antioxidant-promoting vitamin C and manganese. They are also a very good source of dietary fiber, iodine and folate. Plus, strawberries are a good source of copper, potassium, biotin, phosphorus,magnesium, vitamin B6 and omega-3 fatty acids.

sunflower tea

The sunflower petals are used in herbal medicine for the preparation of tea and tincture; it has a bitter and strong flavor and the smell of honey. Tea and tincture prepared of the petals are believed to be very effective in the case of sore throat and to reduce inflammation of the windpipe and tonsils.

sweet potato

Sweet potatoes are an excellent source of vitamin A (in the form of beta-carotene). They are also a very good source of vitamin C, manganese, copper, pantothenic acid and vitamin B6. Additionally, they are a good source of potassium, dietary fiber, niacin, vitamin B1, vitamin B2 and phosphorus.

viola

Violas are known to have strong anti-inflammatory and diuretic properties. The plant is often used to gently stimulate the circulatory and immune systems. Most people can benefit from the cleansing properties of a viola spring-tonic.

watermelon

Watermelons are mostly water — about 92 percent — but this refreshing fruit is soaked with nutrients. Each juicy bite has significant levels of vitamins A, B6 and C, lots of lycopene, antioxidants and amino acids. There's even a modest amount of potassium

White peony tea

Proponents of white peony tea believe it to have medicinal properties as it contains compounds which may support kidney and liver health. Consult with your health care adviser prior to ingesting white peony tea.

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