Echinacea (Amount: 50g)

Echinacea (Amount: 50g)
Price Now Only £2.95
Echinacea has been hugely popular in Europe as an immune-booster for nearly a hundred years but surprisingly its origins are from the other side of the Atlantic: Echinacea was the native americans’ primary medicine for insect and animal bites. Now it is second to no other herb as a means to fight infections, not just because it’s an antibiotic (it contains echinacoside) but because Echinacea actually increases the number and activity of immune system cells and helps our body fight the infection itself.nnLatin name: Echinacea purpureanAmount: 50-100gnType: Organic, Dried Leaves

Down To £2.95 GET THIS NOW !

Echinacea (Amount: 100g)

Echinacea (Amount: 100g)
Price Now Only £4.95
Echinacea has been hugely popular in Europe as an immune-booster for nearly a hundred years but surprisingly its origins are from the other side of the Atlantic: Echinacea was the native americans’ primary medicine for insect and animal bites. Now it is second to no other herb as a means to fight infections, not just because it’s an antibiotic (it contains echinacoside) but because Echinacea actually increases the number and activity of immune system cells and helps our body fight the infection itself.nnLatin name: Echinacea purpureanAmount: 50-100gnType: Organic, Dried Leaves

Down To £4.95 GET THIS NOW !

St. John’s Wort (Amount: 50g)

St. John's Wort (Amount: 50g)
Price Now Only £3.25
If you squeeze the leaves or petals of St John’s wort, a red oil is emitted and this led the early Christians to believe it was the blood of John The Baptist. Wort is an old English name for ‘plant’. Traditionally St John’s wort has been used on wounds and indeed St John’s wort flower tincture was a standard treatment for wounds and bruises since the 17th Century.nnLatin name: Hypericum perforatumnAmount: 50-100gnType: Organic, Dried Flowers

Down To £3.25 GET THIS NOW !

St. John’s Wort (Amount: 100g)

St. John's Wort (Amount: 100g)
Price Now Only £5.75
If you squeeze the leaves or petals of St John’s wort, a red oil is emitted and this led the early Christians to believe it was the blood of John The Baptist. Wort is an old English name for ‘plant’. Traditionally St John’s wort has been used on wounds and indeed St John’s wort flower tincture was a standard treatment for wounds and bruises since the 17th Century.nnLatin name: Hypericum perforatumnAmount: 50-100gnType: Organic, Dried Flowers

Down To £5.75 GET THIS NOW !