Angelica (Angelica archangelica L.) is known also as garden angelica or wild celery grows on damps soils of north Europe. It is closely related to Dong Quai, one of the most respected female tonics (restorers) in traditional Chinese medicine. Angelica Root can be used in gin distillation and have some culinary uses such as jams or omelettes.
Comfrey (Symphytum officinale) is a medium-height, roughly hairy plant with big leaves and bell-shaped, hanging flowers of purple, sometimes pink or white colour. Comfrey grows in parts of Europe, Asia, and North America. It was originally called Quaker comfrey, cultivated comfrey, boneset, knitbone, consound, and slippery-root.
Dandelion (Taraxacum officinale L) is one of the most nutrient-rich herbs. The plant is found throughout the world, in Europe, Asia and North Africa. Dandelion blooms in intense yellow in April and May. By the owners of plots and farmers treated as a persistent weed. For herbalism purposes, Dandelion Root is harvested in the autumn or early spring.
Licorice (Glycyrrhiza glabra L.) is the root of a plant called Glycyrrhiza glabra and it's native to Europe and Asia. It has been used in the food and as medicine for thousands of years. Also known as 'sweet root' or 'liquorice', the root contains a compound that is about 40 times sweeter than sugar.
Couch Grass (Elymus repens) is native to Europe, Asia as well as Northwest Africa. It belongs to the particularly difficult to root out weeds of arable fields. It also occurs at the edges of forests, on glades and wasteland. Other names of the plant include common couch, twitch, quick grass, quitch grass (also just quitch), dog grass, quackgrass, scutch...
Marshmallow (Althaea officinalis L.) has been known throughout the ancient Egyptian, Arab, Greek, and Roman cultures, and used continually for at least 2000 years. This herb grows in salt marshes, by the sea, along riverbanks. Can be found in meadows, fields, in shady thickets and in forest clearings. It is also cultivated on farms.
Nettle (Urtica dioica L.) is a plant that has been used medicinally for ages, dating back as far as Ancient Greece. It's growing origin in the colder regions of Europe and Asia and is also known under the names common nettle, stinging nettle. In foods, Nettle plant is eaten as a cooked vegetable.
Oman (Inula helenium L.) is native to South Eastern Europe, but it also occurs in the rest of Europe and Western Asia. It is also known as elecampane, horse-heal or elfdock. Most often in the wild state they can be found on meadows and sunny glades, although due to the impressive size and majestic appearance, the plant is sometimes grown in home flower...
Siberian Ginseng (Eleutherococcus senticosus) is a naturally occurring plant in North and East Asia. In the original environment, it can be found most often in mountainous areas, in mixed and deciduous forests, where it forms dense thickets. Extracts from Siberian Ginseng are also a valuable ingredient in cosmetics, especially anti-wrinkle creams and face...
Soapwort (Saponaria officinalis L.) is a plant native to Europe, Asia to western Siberia. It grows in cool places at low or moderate elevations under hedgerows and along the shoulders of roadways. It is grown as a decorative perennial in home gardens because of the very nice flowers.
Bistort (Persicaria bistorta L.) is a flowering plant native to Europe and north and west Asia. It is also known as common bistort, European bistort or meadow bistort. Most often it can be found on wet meadows, peat bogs and in moist forest clearings, where it forms big clumps.
Burdock (Arctium lappa L.) is a plant native to Eurasia, it belongs to the sunflower family. It has large, heart-shaped leaves and small, purple flowers. Burdock is cultivated for its root used as an ingredient for many Japanese dishes.