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Organic Mugwort Organic Red Rose Petals Valerian Root, Cut & Sifted
Organic Mugwort
SMILE Price: $2.29
Organic Red Rose Petals
SMILE Price: $2.29
Mugwort has been valued as a sacred herb in ancient and modern religions, as well as being used in Traditional Chinese Medicine to induce smooth qi and widely to increase lucidity of dreams.* Prized for its delicate beauty and intoxicating fragrance, rose buds and petals are a staple of potpourri blends and sachets. One of the most calming and deeply relaxing herbs we know of, valerian is often used in bedtime formulas and sleep pillows.*
Organic Red Clover Blossoms Organic Motherwort Organic Catnip
Organic Motherwort
SMILE Price: $3.29
Organic Catnip
SMILE Price: $3.69
Red clover is known for its use as a spring purification herb; however its phytoestrogen content has also made it a popular supplement for women.* Motherwort is literally mother�s herb, a name the plant acquired because of its historical use by anxious mothers. The leaves are most often used in herbal teas. Catnip leaf can be used as a tea. If you live with a cat (or more than one), you'll want buy it in sizable quantities to keep your kitties entertained.
WIldcrafted Wild Yam Root, Cut & Sifted Organic Dandelion Root, Cut & Sifted Organic Roasted Dandelion Root
Wild yam is a traditional women's herb often used to promote hormonal balance and reproductive health. Dandelion root has been used for centuries, in traditional medicine practices all over the world, as a restorative tonic, edible food, and in herbal wines and beers. The root of the common dandelion, long prized by herbalists for its cleansing action, is also packed with essential vitamins and minerals. The roasted root has a rich, warm flavor which makes it a delicious coffee subsitute. Almost every herbal tradition has noted it as a useful tonic for the liver and gallbladder.
Organic Lavender Flowers Black Cohosh: Bulk / Wildcrafted Black Cohosh Organic Dong Quai
Organic Lavender Flowers
SMILE Price: $4.69
Organic Dong Quai
SMILE Price: $7.59
The fresh, sweet aroma of lavender has relaxing and uplifting qualities that leave users with a sense of calm and balance, making it one of today's most popular scents. Black Cohosh is best known as a normalizing herb for women’s hormones, and it is especially helpful during the menopausal years. It helps relax and balance the female reproductive system, aiding in painful or irregular menstruation, cramping, and hormone imbalance. But this herb is not just for women! Black Cohosh is also a key ingredient in any herbal protocol for neuralgia and sciatica. It helps to normalize nervous system functions, helping to heal damaged nerves and prevent “misfiring” and nerve pain.  It can also be very helpful for arthritis and muscular pain. Black Cohosh is also a relaxing nervine and a mild antidepressant, especially when combined with other nervine and sedative herbs. As an anti-spasmodic, Black Cohosh can be employed in cases of whooping cough and cramp. Combined with other herbs, it can help with asthma and bronchial spasms. In the Chinese medical tradition, Dong Quai Root has been commonly used in women's health formulas in conjunction with other herbs.*
Organic Maca Root Powder Saffron Threads, .5 gram Ashwagandha: Bottle / Organic, Non-GMO Vegetarian Capsules: 90 Capsules
Organic Maca Root Powder
SMILE Price: $7.99
Saffron Threads, .5 gram
SMILE Price: $14.99
Maca has a rich history of traditional use as a panacea and is referred to as 'Peruvian ginseng.' Specifically, it is prized for its adaptogenic and nutritive qualities. The world's most precious spice, saffron imparts a beautiful color,
sweet aroma and distinct taste to Mediterranean, Arabian, and Indian
recipes. Use it in grain, fish, and egg dishes, salads and dressings,
breads and sauces.

This premium Ashwagandha is certified organic. We harvest and use only the thick roots which are classified as Grade I, and are considered to be of the highest quality.

Ashwagandha has been used for over 3,000 years in India, Pakistan and Sri Lanka. Throughout history, Ashwagandha has been widely used throughout India as a rejuvenative tonic, and is classed as a "rasayana." This group incorporates the most highly regarded therapeutic herbs in Ayurvedic medicine. The translation of Ashwagandha is roughly, "the smell and strength of a horse," possibly referring to its aphrodisiac properties.

Key Uses:
  • Helps the body adapt to stress
  • Adaptogen herb