Angelica 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 is a medium-height, roughly hairy plant with big leaves and bell-shaped, hanging flowers of purple, sometimes pink or white colour. Comfrey is a shrub that grows in parts of Europe, Asia, and North America. The root and leaves of the comfrey plant have been used in traditional medicine in many parts of the world.
Dandelion is one of the most nutrient-rich herbs. Dandelion Root contains antioxidants, which are powerful substances that help protect your body from free radicals.
Licorice is the root of a plant called Glycyrrhiza glabra. It’s native to Europe and Asia. Licorice has been used in food and as medicine for thousands of years. Also known as "sweet root," licorice root contains a compound that is about 50 times sweeter than sugar.
Couch Grass Rhizome proved to be effective over many centuries. It is native to Europe, Asia as well as Northwest Africa.
Marshmallow Root 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.
Nettle 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. Nettles are an excellent source of vitamins. In foods, young Stinging Nettle Leaves are eaten as a cooked vegetable. In manufacturing, stinging nettle extract is used as an ingredient in hair and...
Oman Root is native to South Eastern Europe, but it also occurs in the rest of Europe and Western Asia. It is also known as ‘elecampane’.
Siberian Ginseng is a plant from Northeaster Asia. It contains a lot of unique active substances (around 200), which are not found in any other plant. The most important of them is the so-called ginsenosides.
Soapwort is 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. Soapwort is perhaps best known as a plant for making natural soaps and also for cleaning and brightening delicate fabrics, but it is also used in medicine.
Bistort is a flowering plant native to Europe and north and west Asia. It is also known as common bistort, European bistort or meadow bistort. The roots are rich in tannic and gallic acids and Bistort Rhizome is one of the most powerful astringents in botanic medicine.
Burdock is a plant native to Eurasia, it belongs to the sunflower family. It is cultivated for its root used as an ingredient for many Japanese dishes. The root was traditionally used in Britain as a flavouring in the herbal drink “dandelion and burdock”. The Burdock Root is very crisp and has a sweet, mild, and pungent flavour.