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This black stuff is an amazing substance. It adsorbs more poisons than any other substance known to man. It is the highly absorbent gritty black material commonly found in air and water filters and has the well-earned reputation of being a universal antidote. It can adsorb most organic chemicals, many inorganic chemicals and countless poisonous substances before they can cause harm.
Starting at: $19.00
The Arabs named it alfalfa meaning ‘father of all foods.’ It is also called Buffalo Herb, Lucerne, and Purple Medic. The ancient Greeks used it to treat bladder and kidney conditions. The Chinese use alfalfa to treat kidney stones. For 1500 years it has been used as a food and herbal medicine.
Barley grass has an astounding amount of vitamins and minerals. Some of the vitamins in barley grass are five B vitamins. Recent laboratory analysis on green barley grass has turned up traces of more than 70 minerals, among them calcium, iron, magnesium, and phosphorus. Barley grass also contains 18 amino acids, which are the building blocks of proteins. Because barley green’s proteins are smaller proteins, they can be directly absorbed by the blood.
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Whether you are preparing for pregnancy or already are expecting, Bee Ready Mama can be a delicious and nourishing part of your everyday routine.Black Tea is the best selling drink in the world. The British have a lot to do with that. Thus, the phrase, "Tea time". Of course, there was also that infamous tea party in Boston. We drink Black Tea everyday in our kombucha.
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On those long nights when sleep has not found us, we turn to a warm mug of Catch-A-Dream Tea. It's formulated with a special blend of five herbs to support and nourish our bodies while encouraging deep and restful sleep
Owing to its gentle nature, catnip is highly prized in the treatment of children's ailments. Perhaps the most popular use of catnip is as an herbal tea consumed just before bedtime. It has a very long list of folk uses which is understandable since it is often difficult to get a good night's sleep in today's fast paced world.This little red pepper stands "head and shoulders" above all other herbs. It is high in vitamins A, B complex, C, potassium and calcium. Regular use of this little pepper will invigorate and can be helpful to the digestive and circulatory systems.
Starting at: $3.75This little red pepper stands "head and shoulders" above all other herbs. It is high in vitamins A, B complex, C, potassium and calcium. Regular use of this little pepper will invigorate and can be helpful to the digestive and circulatory systems.
Starting at: $3.00This is the good stuff. This fossil shell flour is not only from fresh water but also food grade - a must for safe use on humans, animals and gardens and contains 84% Silica. Not to be confused with the DE used in pool filters or to fight insects commonly sold at Garden Supply and feed stores.
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The luscious purple berries have long been considered the most valuable part of the entire elder plant. These beautiful wildcrafted elderberries have been dried to preserve as many of their active properties as possible.
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We have never had a product so loved as Berry Well®. Its simple yet incredibly effective ingredients have made it the stuff of legend among our Beeyoutiful families and customers. Now you have an easy way to create elderberry syrup at home! Prepare to be nominated as the family hero as soon you show off your home apothecary skills with this simple product created right in your own kitchen. Recipe and step by step instructions included. Makes approximately 1 gallon (128 oz.)$45.90Fennel was cultivated by the ancient Romans for its aromatic fruits (seeds) and succulent, edible shoots, and was well known to the ancient herbalists. Pliny has much faith in its medicinal properties, according no less than 22 remedies to it. Many of the old herbals uphold this trait of its strengthening effect on the sight.
Starting at: $2.00In folk medicine, fenugreek is most commonly used for its expectorant properties. Fenugreek seeds are very nutritious and contain a wide variety of chemical constituents. The seeds are rich in fixed oils which are often compared to cod liver oil preparations as it contains choline and vitamin A.
Starting at: $2.00French Green Clay has enormous absorbent powers due to the constitution of its micro molecules. It "drinks" oils, toxic substances, and impurities from your skin. Green clays contain magnesium, calcium, potassium, manganese, phosphorous, zinc aluminum, silicon, copper, selenium, cobalt, micro-algaes, algae, and phyto-nutrients. French green clay has the ability to remove toxic metals and chemical residues, bacteria, and blood toxins.
Starting at: $4.00Horsetail (shavegrass) has found many uses through the ages, most of which can be traced in some way to its very high silica content. Maud Grieve writes that, “the epidermis contains so much silica that bunches of the stem have been sold for polishing metal and used to be imported from Holland for the purpose, hence the popular name of Scouring Rushes.”
Lemon Balm has been prized by bee keepers since earliest time. It was credited with the ability to attract and nurture swarms of bees, and was used as a remedy for their stings. Herbalists have favored it for use in complaints that were thought to “proceed from a disordered state of the nervous system.”
Beeyoutiful's Madre Mender - Postpartum Sitz Bath is a great way to support the healing process for uncomfortable, swollen, or damaged tissue after giving birth. With a healing and vibrant mixture of herbs, Madre Mender provides a soothing and beautiful bath mixture.Calendula is a remedy historically used throughout Europe and the Americas for wound healing and ulcer treatments. The herbalist Culpeper speaks of the flowers, either fresh or dried as being “much used in possets, broth, and drink as a comforter of the heart and spirits, and to expel any malignant or pestilential quality which might annoy them.”
Starting at: $3.00Mullein’s gentle nature makes it one of the very best herbs for use with children. It combines wonderfully with Chamomile, Catnip, and Lemon Balm where appropriate, and can be used to address a wide variety of childhood health challenges.It is one of the wild plants still gathered each spring in rural regions as a "spring tonic" and pot-herb. It makes a healthy and very nutritious vegetable, which is cleansing and easy to digest. Some folks even keep a nettle plant growing on a sunny windowsill.During World War II, the English government organized the harvesting of all available rose hips to make vitamin C syrup, since fruits were virtually unattainable at the time. Rose hips are reported to have up to 60 percent more vitamin C than citrus fruit and are rich in bioflavonoids. Bioflavonoids are important to build and strengthen body tissue.Stevia is an alternative to artificial sweeteners with no added calories, no side effects, and very little aftertaste. Stevia is a widely available tabletop sweetener in Asian countries. Stevia leaves have been used for 1500 years by the Guarani Indians of Paraguay as a soothing tonic for the stomach and as a healing concentrate when cooked in water. It was first discovered and introduced to Europe in 1899 by M. S. Bertoni.
Starting at: $4.60Stevia is an alternative to artificial sweeteners with no added calories, no side effects, and very little aftertaste. Stevia is a widely available tabletop sweetener in Asian countries. Stevia leaves have been used for 1500 years by the Guarani Indians of Paraguay as a soothing tonic for the stomach and as a healing concentrate when cooked in water. It was first discovered and introduced to Europe in 1899 by M. S. Bertoni.
Glycerine (or glycerol) is a natural component of all fats and oils. When fats are digested in the body, they are broken down into fatty acids and glycerine. Hence, glycerine is a non-toxic, natural food substance. It is also a good solvent of herbal constituents and a preservative. Because glycerine is slightly sweet, it helps mask the disagreeable taste of many herbs.
Starting at: $16.20This incredible herb works to support healthy pituitary function making it an excellent supplement for women seeking hormonal balance. Many equine owners have found that that this multifaceted herb is extremely beneficial for Cushings in their beloved steeds.
Starting at: $3.20This incredible herb works to support healthy pituitary function making it an excellent supplement for women seeking hormonal balance. Many equine owners have found that that this multifaceted herb is extremely beneficial for Cushings in their beloved steeds.
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Wheatgrass is an extremely nutritious whole food. Just one teaspoon of Wheatgrass powder, weighing a mere 3.5 grams, is nutritionally equal to an entire spinach salad weighing a full 50 grams. It packs a punch!
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Out of stockYarrow was formerly much esteemed as a vulnerary, and its old names of Soldier’s Wound Wort and Knight’s Milfoil testify to this. Gerard tells us it is the same plant with which Achilles stanched the bleeding wounds of his soldiers, hence the name of the genus, Achillea. By the Ancients themselves, it was called Herba Militaris, the military herb.