• Black cohosh root Quick View
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    • Black cohosh root

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    • Black cohosh root Black cohosh is named after its twisting, black root that somewhat resembles a snake. Native to central and eastern North America, the herbaceous perennial likes to grow in woodland habitats. Our black cohosh powder is milled from organic Actaea racemosa roots. Black cohosh root powder can be encapsulated, tinctured, or made into tablets.
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    • Black hawk bark

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    • Black hawk bark Native to the central and eastern United States, Viburnum prunifolium is a large deciduous shrub with edible berries called haws. For centuries, Native American tribes have used the plant for its healthful benefits. Today, black haw is often cultivated as a garden shrub for its reddish-purple, autumnal leaf color. Black haw bark can be brewed into tea…
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    • Black seeds (nigella sativa)

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    • Black seeds (nigella sativa) Nigella sativa seeds have traditionally been used as a spice in Indian and Middle Eastern cuisine where it is referred to as “kalonji”. Their flavor profile is savory, pungent and slightly bitter to taste. Also called black cumin seed, black seeds are employed to flavor curries, vegetables, and breads. They were found in the tomb of…
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    • Black walnut hull

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    •  Black walnut hull Black walnut is a large tree native to North America and also cultivated throughout Europe. For centuries, black walnut has been a source of food and wellness support for indigenous populations. Black walnut hull is astringent and tannic and can be infused, tinctured, encapsulated, or used as a dye for fabrics. Our black walnut powder is milled…
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    • Bladderwrack & powder

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    • Bladderwrack & powder Our bladderwrack powder is ground from organic Fucus vesiculosus, a type of brown seaweed harvested along the cool Atlantic coastal waters. Bladderwrack got its name from its thalli, or “bladders”, that fill with air in order to keep the seaweed afloat. This particular seaweed powder has a high iodine content and can be incorporated into culinary dishes…
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    • Boneset Eupatorium perfoliatum grows in wet soils in the eastern half of North America. Boneset is a perennial in the Asteraceae family and has been used for its beneficial properties by Native Americans for generations. Astringent and bitter, the dried aerial portions of boneset can be prepared as an extract, or as a warm or cold infusion. The tea is…
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    • Brahmi Bacopa monnieri is a wetland perennial, native to India and Sri Lanka. Brahmi has traditionally been used in Ayurvedic medicine for its beneficial qualities and for balancing all three doshas. The plant’s scientific name translates to “energy of universal consciousness” and according to folklore, has been thought to support the mind. Brahmi is considered bitter and energetically cooling and…
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    • Buggleweed

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    • Buggleweed A member of the mint family, Lycopus americanus is an herbaceous perennial that grows in moist meadows and swamps. Bugleweed is native to North America and has been historically employed by Eclectic and folk herbalists for its healthful properties. Considered energetically cooling and bitter, bugleweed herb is typically prepared as an infusion.
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