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Ayurvedic all-round strengthening tonic. Ashwagandha is particularly high in iron. It is used in Ayurvedic medicine as a tonic for tired or overworked bodies, and is particularly useful for low sex drive in women.
Does your brain need a little boost? This herb is good for memory and cognition, as well as blood circulation.
Cacao is derived from Theobroma Cacao beans, which literally means "Food of the Gods". Cacao contains over 300 compounds including: protein, fat, carbohydrates, fiber, iron, zinc, copper, calcium and magnesium. Magnesium helps to build strong bones and is a muscle relaxant associated with feelings of calmness.
This plant can induce lucid dreaming, and is said to be useful in finding lost objects
Californian Poppy is a safe and non-addictive plant that makes a calming tea and satisfying smoke with a gentle, relaxing effect.
Rainforest plant for health and immunity. Now used as a complementary treatment for cancer.
Catnip was drunk by the early Europeans for cramps, aches, fevers and fits, while the Chinese used it for chest complaints and believed that it attracted good spirits. Gently relaxing, catnip is also a potentiator - increasing the effects of other herbs that it is used with.
This Mediterranean herb is fantastic for women going through menopause. Also recommended for PMS and cyclical breast pain. Chaste tree berries are a tonic for the human reproductive system and are famous as a libido-suppressant or anaphrodisiac.
The answer to U.T.I. (Urinary Tract Infection), aka: 'Honeymooners disease' or cystitis.
Our favourite herb! Damiana is a kidney tonic, anti-depressant and extremely effective aphrodisiac for women. Boosts mood and lowers stress.
Devils claw is traditionally used in Western herbal medicine to ease rheumatism, arthritis & gout.
Dong quai (also known as Danggui) has been used for over a thousand years throughout Asia. Dong quai is considered to be one of the top five herbs used in traditional Chinese medicine and as such is a very complex herb, combined with many other herbs in various traditional formulas.
Cough lozenge in a plant! Elecampane is a powerful lung herb, with a long tradition of European use. Great for chest and throat infections, and for its expectorant action.
A small pumpkin shaped fruit, rich in a substance which is gaining a reputation for assisting weight loss through appetite suppression and by reducing the body’s ability to form adipose(fatty) tissue during times of overeating.
Brain tonic and memory support, Ginkgo Biloba is great for all kinds of degenerative brain disease as well as improving circulation.
Known as an adaptogen, Siberian ginseng may help the body adapt to a wide range of internal and external stress factors. Highly recommended!
Gotu Kola is a rejuvenative nervine recommended for nervous disorders. As a brain tonic, it is said to aid intelligence and memory, and also to combat stress and depression, increase libido and improve reflexes. Truly a wonder herb!
Safe stimulant for all jobs! Guarana is used up by the body more slowly than caffeine, making it last longert.
Stimulating tea used by Amazonian tribes for enhanced focus and luicd dreaming.
A herb for your heart! Hawthorn is truly a superstar when it comes to heart and the cardiovascular system. Hawthorn Berries have an age old European tradition of use to combat all kinds of heart problems, whilst also tonifing the veins, capillaries and arteries and lowering cholesterol.
This precious herb is a supreme therapeutic herb. It is very unique in its ability to oxygenate the cells, which helps the body to fight disease and renew itself. Hence, Herb Robert works to increase the immune response and the body’s ability to regenerate. How good is that?!
This close relative of cannabis is both a mellowing relaxant and a satisfying smoke. A great alleviator of nervous tension and indeed an all round nervine tonic, hops eases stress and tension. The flowers placed in a dream pillow will produce deep restful sleep, as well as relaxing the neck muscles!
Jatoba, is a toning and energising bark. It also finds use as an antibacterial, anti fungal, anti inflammatory, expectorant, anti yeast and hepatoprotector (liver tonic).
The leaves hold the secret to the tree's charm, being full of wonderfully fragrant citral oil, smelling of a mixture of lemon and lime. Indeed these trees are source of the strongest and purest citral oil in the world.
This excellent herb supports the adrenals, reducing stress and exhaustion, and soothes digestive membranes in case of ulcers.
Increase sexual and athletic stamina! This is a revered adaptogen and aphrodisiac from Peru.
Highly medicinal herb, good for soothing pain and enhancing dream vividness/recall, as well as being a great liver tonic and aid for menstrual problems
Muira Puama is one of the most active botanicals with a long history of traditional use as an energy tonic, general health improver and remedy for impotence & sexual insufficiency.
Mullein has a long European tradition as a remedy of lung disorders, particularly useful to eliminate mucus. This makes it an excellent smoking admixture, minimising the harm of cannabis and tobacco.
Herbal tea that is high in iron, blood cleansing, and anti-inflammatory. Extremely nutritious, nettle is a great tonic and cleanser for the whole body. Use for weakness, exhaustion, breast feeding, colon disorders and gout.
Olive leaf extract is incredible for fighting colds, flus and infections of all kinds. Due to the oleuropein in its leaves, the olive tree can resist attacks from all sorts of bacteria and parasites to live for over 100 years!
Contrary to its name, Passion Flower is a relaxant and nerve tonic which soothes the adrenal glands and also interacts with the nicotine receptors in the human brain, making it an excellent herb for assisting in combating nicotine cravings and withdrawal.
Studies have demonstrated that it may have anti-cancer (due to the enzyme papain, found exclusively in paw paw leaves), anti-oxidative, anti-inflammatory and anti-bacterial actions.
Highly recommended for the last trimester of pregnancy, raspberry leaf tea tones the uterus and eases discomfort associated with menstruation. It's a rich source of many trace elements, micro-nutrients and vitamins. Raspberry leaf is also a lovely smooth addition to any smoking mix.
Rhodiola rosea is a popular plant in traditional medical systems in Eastern Europe and Asia with a reputation for stimulating the nervous system, decreasing depression, enhancing work performance and eliminating fatigue.
Caffeine-free tea! Great any time of day, and contains antioxidants that are thought to slow the aging process.
Saint Mary's Thistle is one of the most effective liver herbs, aids in expelling liver toxins and boosts the production of new liver cells. It has also been used to treat depression, lower cholesterol, reduce the growth of certain types of cancer cells, and to increase breast milk production.
This one's for you boys! A tonic for the reproductive system, especially the prostate.
Excellent tonic, restorative and adaptogen that helps the body to cope with stress; protects the liver; improves sexual function and prevents night sweats.
The inner bark of the slippery elm tree has been used as a herbal remedy for centuries. Native Americans traditionally used slippery elm in healing salves and poultices for wounds, boils, ulcers, burns, and skin inflammation.
Super tonic herb. Expectorant, diuretic, tonic. Good for skin irritations and wounds.
This wonderful and useful plant is native to the tropics of Brazil. It is also known as toothache plant or paracress; an essential for the first aid kit and your purse to help freshen the breath before those random kisses you can have :)
An amazing leaf that is 1000 times sweeter than sugar! Just a pinch replaces a teaspoon of sugar, without any of the nasty side effects of refined sugar or artificial sweeteners. What`s more, it actually tones the pancreas and balances blood sugar levels.
Tribulus Terrestris is a very old herb and the Indian and Chinese have been using it as a medicine from ancient times. The benefits do not stop at just being a complete health tonic but it also assists people who are looking for increasing their sexual aspiration and libido.
The root, once processed and dehydrated, is used as a medicinal herb with sedative, anxiolytic, and anti-insomnia effects in both tea and capsule form.
Mother Nature's aspirin, but with less side-effects! Good against pain, fever, and inflammation.