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Catnip Leaf- Humans may find dried Catnip Leaf to be an effective way to soothe the effects of an upset stomach when taken as an infusion, to their pet felines, catnip leaf is in fact a narcotic.
Cats Claw Powder- Although Cats Claw Powder, is sold with herbs and is often classified with medicinal herbs, it is in fact the skin of a tree.
Medicinal benefit of Cedar Tips has not been scientifically studied nor proven. However, it has been used by traditional Northwest societies in the treatment of rheumatism as well as some respiratory ailments.
Chamomile flowers, also known as Matricaria chamomilla, are one of the safest, most popular natural botanicals available.
Also known as the “creosote bush,” Chaparral Leaf is a flowering evergreen shrub native to the deserts of the Southwestern U.S. and northern Mexico.
Chinese Red Ginseng Root Powder, is available in red and white and is widely used to strengthen the immune system, increase strength and vigor.
Followers of the old ways used Cinquefoil herb in order to drive off evil spirits; used to stuff a “dream-pillow,” dried Cinquefoil herb could bring visions.
Coltsfoot is a wild flowering plant native to Eurasia that was introduced to the Western Hemisphere by settlers over the past 3-4 centuries.
Comfrey root, with the Latin name of Symphytum officinale, is a perennial herb that features a long deep root, large rough leaves and bell-shaped flowers
Cornflowers, centaurea cyanus, bachelor’s button or bluebottle as it is also called originated in Hungary may be more than just that pretty blue flower.
Cranesbill root comes from a species of garden-variety Geranium, which goes by the scientific name of Geranium maculatum.
Damiana leaf, also known as Tumera diffusa, is part of the species Turneraceae, which is composed mainly of tropical shrubs.
Desert Sage- The remarkably hardy Desert Sage plant is, notably, the state flower of Nevada, and it does grow well in dry areas
Devils Claw Root may help in improving the appetite and digestion processes, and may even help with headache, heartburn, fever reduction, hardening of the arteries.
Elder berries may help with colds, flu and even certain viral infections. The berries are also commonly used for their antioxidant qualities,
Elder flowers may be taken as a tea and may help reduce inflammation in the body. The flowers may also help with cough, colds and fever.
The Elecampane Root plant is quite large and attractive, growing as much as five feet, and featuring brilliant yellow, dandelion-like flowers.
Eucalyptus leaf is just that, the leaf of a tree rather than an herb in the technical sense, but traditionally, people of Asia, Australia and Oceania have found it no less useful.
According to Chinese tradition, dried fo-ti root should be prepared by boiling it in the same water used to cook black beans.
Herbalists sometimes prescribe goldenseal root granules for various issues related to the female reproductive system, as it may stimulate blood flow.
Gotu Kola Herb- Despite its common name, Gotu kola herb, or centella asiatica, is not related to the kola nut, contains no caffeine and has no stimulant properties.
Traditional uses of sliced grapefruit peel is similar to those of other natural herbs, and include the treatment of digestive disorders as well as bladder issues.
Gravel Root is among wildcrafted herbs that are native to the wetlands and meadowlands of North America’s Atlantic and Gulf Coasts.
Green tea powder is believed to have the greatest effect on cancers of the gastrointestinal tract such as stomach, small intestine, pancreas, and colon.