Bay Leaf (Amount: 50g)

Bay Leaf (Amount: 50g)
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Bay, Bay Laurel or Laurus Nobilis, is indeed a herb with a noble origin. To wear a Laurel wreath in ancient Greece was a symbol of the highest status. Wreaths were given as prizes to Olympians and as gifts to royalty; even the name Poet Laureat comes from the name of the leafy crown and if you deserve to you might ‘rest on your laurels’. However Bay is not just a decorative garment or even a tasty addition to stews and sauces, it also has healing properties.nnLatin name: Laurus nobilisnAmount: 50-100gnType: Organic, Dried Leaves

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Hawthorn (Amount: 100g)

Hawthorn (Amount: 100g)
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Hawthorn was reputedly what was used to make Jesus’ ‘crown of thorns’ so Christianity has somewhat created an association between Hawthorn and bad luck. On top of that unlucky reputation, some European species of Hawthorn emit a nasty smell from their flowers which hasnt helped the plants public image. However, modern herblists have seen past this association and recommend it for a variety of heart and cardio-vascular related issues including palpitations and blood pressure.nnLatin name: Crataegus monogynanAmount: 50-100gnType: Organic, Dried Berries

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Valerian (Amount: 100g)

Valerian (Amount: 100g)
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Valerian’s name comes from the Latin ‘valere’ meaning strong and although the plant has a powerful and unpleasant odour, its reputation more likely comes from its power as a relaxant and sleep aid. In modern Europe, valerian root is used in a multitude of herbal sleep and tranquilizer remedies, but this use may go all the way back to thirteenth century Germany, when legend has it that a certain Pied Piper used Valerian to ‘hypnotise’ the village of Hamelin’s rat population and lead them out of town.nnLatin name: Valeriana officinalisnAmount: 50-100gnType: Organic, Dried Root Powder

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Valerian (Amount: 50g)

Valerian (Amount: 50g)
Price Now Only £4.95
Valerian’s name comes from the Latin ‘valere’ meaning strong and although the plant has a powerful and unpleasant odour, its reputation more likely comes from its power as a relaxant and sleep aid. In modern Europe, valerian root is used in a multitude of herbal sleep and tranquilizer remedies, but this use may go all the way back to thirteenth century Germany, when legend has it that a certain Pied Piper used Valerian to ‘hypnotise’ the village of Hamelin’s rat population and lead them out of town.nnLatin name: Valeriana officinalisnAmount: 50-100gnType: Organic, Dried Root Powder

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Hawthorn (Amount: 50g)

Hawthorn (Amount: 50g)
Price Now Only £2.75
Hawthorn was reputedly what was used to make Jesus’ ‘crown of thorns’ so Christianity has somewhat created an association between Hawthorn and bad luck. On top of that unlucky reputation, some European species of Hawthorn emit a nasty smell from their flowers which hasnt helped the plants public image. However, modern herblists have seen past this association and recommend it for a variety of heart and cardio-vascular related issues including palpitations and blood pressure.nnLatin name: Crataegus monogynanAmount: 50-100gnType: Organic, Dried Berries

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Bay Leaf (Amount: 100g)

Bay Leaf (Amount: 100g)
Price Now Only £10.95
Bay, Bay Laurel or Laurus Nobilis, is indeed a herb with a noble origin. To wear a Laurel wreath in ancient Greece was a symbol of the highest status. Wreaths were given as prizes to Olympians and as gifts to royalty; even the name Poet Laureat comes from the name of the leafy crown and if you deserve to you might ‘rest on your laurels’. However Bay is not just a decorative garment or even a tasty addition to stews and sauces, it also has healing properties.nnLatin name: Laurus nobilisnAmount: 50-100gnType: Organic, Dried Leaves

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