Mistletoe is a green shrub that grows on trees. In Europe, mistletoe extract has been known as a valuable health tonic for thousands of years.
The St. John's Wort plant is native to Europe, but now found throughout the US and parts of Canada. This plant has been used as a herbal remedy since the Middle Ages.
Sideritis, also known as an ironwort, Greek Mountain Tea or shepherd's tea, is a native plant to Mediterranean regions, the Balkans, the Iberian Peninsula and Central Europe. It's herbal medicine, commonly taken as a tea. Ancient Greeks believed that this plant is capable of healing wounds caused by iron weapons.
White Horehound (called also Common Horehound) is a plant native to Europe, northern Africa and some parts of Asia. It is widely used in cough syrups and lozenges. The extracts of white horehound are used as flavouring in foods and beverages. Horehound beer and tea have also been popularized in some parts of the world.
Purple Coneflower Herb is known also under the names Black Sampson, Coneflower, Eastern Purple Coneflower, Indian head, Kansas Snakeroot, Missouri Snakeroot, Rudbeckia, Hedgehog Coneflower or Echinacea. The plant is native to eastern North America and it's one of the most popular herbs worldwide. It is an ornamental plant, often grown in gardens, parks...
Meadowsweet Herb is also known as bridewort, meadow queen, meadow-wort, pride of the meadow, queen of the meadow, lady of the meadow, dollof, meadsweet, mead wort. The herb has a pleasant taste and flavour, the green parts having a similar aromatic character to the flowers. The herb is also used to flavour wine, beer, and many kinds of vinegar.
Cabbage Thistle (Cirsium oleraceum L.) or Siberian thistle native to central and eastern Europe and Asia and grow usually on wet meadows, river banks. In Japan and India is a plant grown as a vegetable. Cabbage Thistle Herb herbal material is obtained from wild states and was often used to prepare baths and hair rinses.
Lungwort (Pulmonaria officinalis L.) plant is also known under the names common lungwort, Mary's tears or Our Lady's milk drops. It grows in the moist grasslands, damp woods and hedgerows and is found in Europe, Asia, North America, and Africa. It is popular among ornamental plant growers who are happy to use it as a flower bed decoration.