Coriander (Amount: 50g)

Coriander (Amount: 50g)
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Coriander has been used as a herbal digestive aid for thousands of years and modern science backs up its abilities. Coriander seeds were even found in the tomb of Ramesses II, maybe for use in the afterlife! Coriander is used widely in cooking and, rightly so, because it contains fibre, vitamins and minerals including calcium, iron, magnesium, sodium and potassium. This super herb also strengthens the stomach, can reduce fever and lower cholesterol levels, as well as having sedative properties to inhibit anxiety.nnLatin name: Coriandrum sativumnAmount: 50-100gnType: Organic, Dried Seeds

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Elderflower (Amount: 50g)

Elderflower (Amount: 50g)
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Although the Elder plant, or Sambucus, grows all over the world, its mostly found in the northern hemisphere. The flower is rich in bioflavanoids and flavanols, giving it antioxidant, anti-inflammatory and antibacterial properties and making it powerful in combatting colds and flus.nnLatin name: Sambucus nigranAmount: 50-100gnType: Organic, Dried Flowers

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Licorice (Amount: 50g)

Licorice (Amount: 50g)
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Even though bundles of the root of this amazing healing plant were found in King Tut’s tomb, it wasn’t until Hippocrates named it ‘sweet root’, or in Greek, Glukos Riza, that it became known widely as Licorice. At that time and since, Licorice is a popular remedy for coughs, colds, sore throats and low-grade infections. Modern herblists do recommend it for these conditions as well as gastrointestinal ulcers but it’s become more widely used to mask and sweeten the use of other healing herbs.nnLatin name: Glycyrrhiza glabranAmount: 50-100gnType: Organic, Dried Root

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Comfrey (Amount: 100g)

Comfrey (Amount: 100g)
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Comfrey’s Latin name Symphytum derives form the Greek word symphis means the ‘growing together’ and Comfrey’s fame as a wound healer has remained since the Greeks used Comfrey on the ancient battlefields to encourage torn flesh to bind back together. Nicholas Culpeper, the seventeenth century herbalist, prescribed Comfrey for ‘outward wounds and sores’ and ‘ruptures and broken bones’. When boiled in water, comfrey, also known as ‘boneset’, produces a sticky paste that hardens when dried making a primitive cast.nnLatin name: Symphytum spp.nAmount: 50-100gnType: Organic, Dried Leaves

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Nettle (Amount: 50g)

Nettle (Amount: 50g)
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If one plant had a universally acknowledged power it would be Nettle with its nasty sting. The Romans even used this irritation to their advantage by flailing their cold skin with Nettles to warm up in cold climates. This process, which is now called Urtication, is still used by present day gout sufferers, who argue it gives some relief to the intense pain. Nettle is also a diuretic and also may offer some relief to Hay Fever Sufferers.nnLatin name: Urtica dioicanAmount: 50-100gnType: Organic, Dried Leaves

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Black Cohosh (Amount: 50g)

Black Cohosh (Amount: 50g)
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A native plant of North America, Black Cohosh was used by Native American Indians over two hundred years ago for a variety of gynecological ailments and symptoms associated with menstruation and the menopause. The Algonquian word ‘cohosh’ actually means ‘rough’ and is so called because it is the plant’s root and rhizome that are used in preparation. Black cohosh contains isoflavones which can mimic hormonal activity and it is also thought to have estrogenic properties itself.nnLatin name: Cimicifuga racemosanAmount: 50-100gnType: Organic, Dried Root

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