test2 When you’re purchasing herbs, you want to make sure that you’re getting a high quality product. The fresher the herbs, the more potent they are. You also want to choose herbs that are free from artificial ingredients that can harm the body. Bulk dried herbs help to maintain a healthy lifestyle in many different ways. The vast selection of superior quality wholesale herbs from The Herb Shop HWY 85 meets these diverse needs of our customers.


Mineral water intake reduces blood pressure among subjects with low urinary magnesium and calcium levels. Electrolyzed-reduced water protects against oxidative damage to DNA, RNA, and protein. Everybody’s body is different, you should consult with your doctor to find out if alkaline water is right for you.

Chaste Tree

Scientific Name:Vitex agnus-castus

Common Names:Chaste berry, vitex, agnus castus, monk’s pepper, Abraham’s balm


Part Used:Fruits

Habitat:The chaste tree is native to Southern Europe and Western Asia

For over 2,500 years the chaste tree has been used to treat gynecological problems such as relieving menstrual cramps, promoting normal menstruation and to treat a host of other menstrual disorders. Today it still used for these same conditions. It is most commonly used to treat the symptoms of PMS.

CAUTION:NEVER take chaste tree if you are pregnant. Should not be taken with any type of hormone therapy.


Scientific Name:Cinnamonum verum

Common Names:Chinese cassia, ceylon cinnamon, saigon cinnamon


Part Used:Bark

Habitat:Cinnamon is native to India. Cultivated in Indonesia, Africa and South America.

Cinnamon is most often used to soothe digestion, treat colds, nausea and inflammation. Cinnamon’s essential oil has antifungal, antibacterial and antispasmodic properties.


Scientific Name:Lycopodium clavatum

Common Names:Ground pine, stag’s horn moss, wolf’s claw moss, running pine


Part Used:Whole plant

Habitat:Clubmoss is native to the Northern and Southern Hemispheres

Clubmoss has been used by ancient healers for over two thousand years. The druids used this plant as a laxative and purgative. Native Americans used it to treat postpartum pain, fever, weakness and to stop the bleeding of wounds. Today, clubmoss is used for kidney and urinary disorders, stomach upset, diarrhea and for treating skin conditions. This plant contains a substance called Huperzine which may be effective for memory problems and Alzheimer’s disease. More studies on clubmoss have to be done to determine it’s safety and effectiveness in this area.


Scientific Name:Symphytum officinale

Common Names:Knitbone, slippery root, blackwort


Part Used:Leaves, roots

Habitat:Comfrey is native to Europe and Asia

Comfrey was used as a poultice by the ancient Greeks to stop bleeding. They also drank it as a tea for diarrhea and bronchitis.

CAUTION:Never take comfrey internally. Even though it was recommended by ancient healers in the past it has recently been shown to cause severe liver damage.


Scientific Name:Cordyceps sinensis

Common Names:Caterpillar fungus, Zhiling, Cs-4


Part Used:Fruiting body

Habitat:Cordyceps mushrooms grows wild on the Himalayan Plateau

This mushroom has a long history of use in Chinese herbalism. It is considered a great tonic for building physical strength and endurance. There is a substance in cordyceps which dilates the lung’s airways, providing more oxygen to the blood. For this fact it is very popular with athletes. This healing mushroom is also used to treat asthma, cough and bronchitis. It possesses anti-inflammatory properties and has the ability to relax the bronchial walls. It’s a great immune system booster as well.


Scientific Name:Taraxacum officinale

Common Names:Lion’s tooth, blowball, fairy clock, wetweed, priests Crown


Part Used:Leaves, flowers, root

Habitat:Dandelion is native to Europe and Asia but grow all over the world

The dandelion was in use as far back as ancient China for it’s medicinal properties. It was used as a potent diuretic and detoxifying herb. Other common uses of this plant were to treat breast inflammation, digestive disorders, appendicitis and to stimulate milk flow. European herbalists used dandelion as a remedy for eye problems, diarrhea, diabetes and fever.

Dong Quai

Scientific Name:Angelica sinensis

Common Names:Dang gui, tang-kuei, danggui, Chinese angelica


Part Used:Root

Habitat:This herb is native to China, Japan, and Korea

Often called female ginseng in China, Dong Quai is very popular with women there. It is used as a remedy for menstrual cycle disorder and to treat symptoms such as bleeding of the uterus and menstruation pain. It is helpful for relieving vaginal dryness, hot flashes, mood swings and PMS.

CAUTION:Never take Dong Quai if pregnant. Taking this herb could stimulate contractions of the uterus, which could lead to miscarriage.


Scientific Name:Echinacea purpurea

Common Names:Purple coneflower, coneflower, purple encinacea


Part Used:Roots, leaves and flowers

Habitat:Echinacea is native to Central and Eastern North America

Echinacea is very popular for treating colds and flu. This herb is a great immune system booster. Many people enjoy it as a healthy tea. Some of it’s other uses are for treating sore throat and upper respiratory tract infections. It is a good detoxifier and has antiviral, anti-inflammatory and antibiotic properties.


Scientific Name:Polygonum Multiflorum

Common Names:He Shou Wu, climbing knotweed, flowery knotweed, Chinese cornbind, polygonum flower


Part Used:Root

Habitat:Fo-Ti is native to China

Fo-Ti is a famous longevity herb that has been in constant use in China for thousands of years. It is very popular with older men and is said to be able to turn one’s hair back to it’s youthful color and appearance. This herb is also used to strengthen the lower back and knees. It can be used to strengthen the bones, tendons and muscles as well as to nourish blood.

CAUTION:Fo-Ti could cause stomach upset and diarrhea if taken in very large amounts.

Ginkgo Biloba

Scientific Name:Ginkgo biloba

Common Names:Ginkgo, bao gou, Yin-hsing, Maidenhair tree


Part Used:Leaves and seeds

Habitat:Ginkgo biloba is native China but is also cultivated in Japan, France and the southern United States.

Ginkgo Biloba improves the flow of blood to the brain and increases oxygen to the brain cells. It is often used as an effective cognitive enhancer and memory booster.

Ginkgo possesses anti-coagulating properties and prevents the formation of blood clots. This could in turn reduce risk of stroke. This herb contains powerful antioxidants. Its terpenoids and flavonoids protect the body from free radical damage and cell oxidation.

CAUTION:Ginkgo can sometimes cause headaches and dizziness if taken in large doses. You should not take ginkgo if you are taking anti-depressants such as MAOI or SRRI medicines.

Gotu Kola

Scientific Name:Centella asictica

Common Names:Centella, Indian pennywort, Brahmi, Luei gong gen


Part Used:Leaves, Stems

Habitat:Gotu Kola grows in Africa, North and South America, Asia, Australia and Madagascar

Gotu Kola has been used historically to relieve congestion from upper respiratory infections and colds and for wound healing. It is very popular for treating varicose veins and memory loss.

CAUTION:Gotu Kola should NEVER be taken by women who are trying to get pregnant. It should not be taken by pregnant or nursing women or children without talking to your doctor first. May cause sensitivity to sunlight and should never be taken by people with skin cancer.


Scientific Name:Gynostemma Pentaphyllum

Common Names:Jiaogulan, southern ginseng, miracle herb, longevity herb, miracle tea, Jiao Gu Lan


Part Used:Leaves

Habitat:Gynostemma is native to Japan, China, Korea, Vietnam

Gynostemma (Jiaogulan) is an adaptogen. It can bring you body into a state of balance. This herb is great for increasing strength and protecting the body and mind against stress. Gynostemma can boost the functioning of the immune system and is good for the digestive and cardiovascular systems.

CAUTION:Gynostemma should not be taken with herbs or medicines that affect immune system suppression or blood clotting.

Holy Basil

Scientific Name:Ocimum Sanctum

Common Names:Tulsi, Sacred basil, Surasa, Tulasi, Kemangen


Part Used:Leaves, Stems

Habitat:Holy Basil is native to India

Holy Basil is used for reducing stress, anxiety and depression. It promotes health and wellbeing and protects the body and mind in a very positive way. It is also known to enhance cerebral circulation and improve memory.

CAUTION:Holy Basil has the ability to thin the blood and should not be taken along with blood thinning medications. It should not by taken by persons with hypoglycemia. It may decrease fertility and should never be taken by women trying to get pregnant. Never take if pregnant or nursing without first consulting your doctor.


Scientific Name:Piper Methysticum

Common Names:Kava, awa, ava pepper


Part Used:Rhizome, roots

Habitat:Kava grows on the Pacific Islands

Kava has been used by the people of the Pacific islands for hundreds of years as a natural anti-anxiety treatment. It has a very calming effect and puts most people in a good mood. It has also been used as a diuretic and to treat urinary problems, arthritis, asthma and upset stomach. It is very popular in Germany and often prescribed as the first line of treatment for anxiety disorders.

CAUTION:Some studies suggest that Kava could harm the liver. Never take this herb if you are pregnant or nursing. Could cause dry mouth and dizziness it taken in high doses.

Korean Ginseng

Scientific Name:Panax ginseng

Common Names:Korean ginseng, Asian ginseng, Oriental ginseng, Man root, root of immortality, Asiatic ginger


Part Used:Root

Habitat:Korean ginseng is native to Korea and China

Korean ginseng is an adaptogen. An adaptogen can help your body and mind handle stress better. This is an energizing herb often taken by people to ward off fatigue, increase strength, stamina and sharpen mental abilities. This herb is believed to lower cholesterol and may be helpful in treating diabetes and depression. Korean ginseng is a good immune system booster. Since it has a warming effect on the body, it’s best taken in the winter months.

CAUTION:Taking large doses or prolonged use may not be good for people having high blood pressure. Taking high doses of this type of ginseng may cause irritability.

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