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  • Goldenseal Root, tincture

    Goldenseal Root, tincture

    Latin (botanical) name: Hydrastis Canadensis

    Common names: Yellowroot, Yellow Puccoon, Orange-Root, Yellow Indian Paint, Turmeric Root, Indian Turmeric, Ohio Curcuma, Ground Raspberry, Eyeroot, Eyebalm, Yelloweye, Jaundice Root, Indian Dye

    Plant Description: Goldenseal is a native forest plant found growing in patches in high, open woods and hillsides or bluffs. It can be found from western New England to Minnesota and western Ontario, and as far south as Georgia and Missouri. Goldenseal has a thick, bright yellow rootstock (hence the name), which is somewhat human shaped, and an erect hairy stem about 1 foot in height. Near the top, the stem branches out with one branch bearing a large leaf and another branch with a smaller leaf and a flower.The leaves have between five and nine lobes and grow to be 6-8 inches in diameter.The flowers, which bloom around April or May, are greenish-white. Not the most attractive flower in the forest, it has an unusual shape and a large, lumpy, berrylike head that looks a little like a raspberry. It ripens in the fall and turns a bright red. It contains 10-20 small, hard, shiny black seeds.The rootstock, collected in autumn after the seeds are ripe, and the leaves are used medicinally.

    Starting at: $0.00

    Out of stock

  • Gentian Root, tincture

    Gentian Root, tincture

    Latin (botanical) name: Gentiana Lutea

    Common names: Gentian, Bitterroot, Bitterwort, Gentian Root, Yellow Gentian, Pale Gentian, Felwort

    Plant Description: The Yellow Gentian is a native of the Alpine and sub-alpine pastures of central and southern Europe, frequent in the mountains of Spain and Portugal. It also grows in meadows in Europe and Turkey and is cultivated in North America. All the known species of Gentian are remarkable for the intensely bitter properties residing in the root and every part of the herbage. The root is long and thick, generally about one foot long and an inch in diameter, but can grow as large as 3 feet or more long and 2 inches in diameter. The root is yellowish-brown and has a very bitter taste. The stem grows 3-4 feet high, and has pairs of leaves opposite at each joint. The lowest leaves have short foot-stalks, but the upper ones are stalkless. They are yellowish-green, oblong in shape, pointed, and somewhat stiff with five prominent veins on the underside. The flowers are large, orange-yellow clusters with wheel-shaped corollas, usually 5-cleft. They often have tiny brown spots on them which make them look almost red.

    Out of stock

  • Ginseng, Red Chinese, tincture

    Ginseng, Red Chinese, tincture

    Latin (botanical) name:
    Common names: Korean Ginseng, Chinese Ginseng, Ren Shen, Oriental Ginseng, Wonder of the World


    Plant Description: Red Chinese Ginseng is a perennial plant native to the mountainous forests of eastern Asia and cultivated in China, Korea, and Japan. It has a thick, spindle- like brown-yellow root, often divided at the end. It's stem is a simple glabrous type and bears a whorl of three or five compound leaves. The leaves are oblong-ovate, finely double- toothed. Red Chinese Ginseng blooms from June to August. The greenish-yellow flowers are umbrella-shaped with small, edible drupe-like red berries growing from the center. The root is the part of the plant used for medicinal purposes. Wrinkles around the neck of the root tell how old the plant is. This is important because ginseng is not ready for use until it has grown for four to six years. It has been in use as a folk medicine and tonic among the peoples of China, Korea, Thailand, Viet Nam and Manchuria, as well as among Native Americans, for untold thousands of years. Frequently used as a potent preventative rather than a curative, it has also demonstrated tremendous therapeutic benefits for a variety of diseases and conditions.

    Starting at: $11.90

  • Health through God’s Pharmacy

    Health through God’s Pharmacy

    Maria Treben's Complete Book

    Advice and proven cures with medicinal herbs



    Comprehensive instructions and sought-after personal advice from Europe's most popular herbalist on the use of medicinal herbs. Time-honored herbal remedies that have been shown to cure even some so-called "incurable" diseases. An Original Edition Over 10 MILLION Copies Sold.


    Also available in the following languages: Hungarian, Italian, Czech, German, Japanese, French, Portugese, Spanish, Russian, Polish,

    (The European Bestseller) '92 pages, 33 illustrations and four full color plates, size 8.3 x 11 inches.
    $25.00
  • Health Through God`s Pharmacy (Polish Edition) 88 pages by Maria Treben

    Health Through God`s Pharmacy (Polish Edition) 88 pages by Maria Treben

    Apteka Pana Boga Porady i praktyka stosowania ziol leczniczych by Maria Treben.

    $25.00
  • Health Through God`s Pharmacy (Russian Edition) 88 pages by Maria Treben

    Health Through God`s Pharmacy (Russian Edition) 88 pages by Maria Treben

    Gesundheit aus der Apotheke Gottes. Russische Ausgabe by Maria Treben.

    $25.00
  • Goldenseal Root, tincture

    Goldenseal Root, tincture

    Latin (botanical) name: Hydrastis Canadensis

    Common names: Yellowroot, Yellow Puccoon, Orange-Root, Yellow Indian Paint, Turmeric Root, Indian Turmeric, Ohio Curcuma, Ground Raspberry, Eyeroot, Eyebalm, Yelloweye, Jaundice Root, Indian Dye

    Plant Description: Goldenseal is a native forest plant found growing in patches in high, open woods and hillsides or bluffs. It can be found from western New England to Minnesota and western Ontario, and as far south as Georgia and Missouri. Goldenseal has a thick, bright yellow rootstock (hence the name), which is somewhat human shaped, and an erect hairy stem about 1 foot in height. Near the top, the stem branches out with one branch bearing a large leaf and another branch with a smaller leaf and a flower.The leaves have between five and nine lobes and grow to be 6-8 inches in diameter.The flowers, which bloom around April or May, are greenish-white. Not the most attractive flower in the forest, it has an unusual shape and a large, lumpy, berrylike head that looks a little like a raspberry. It ripens in the fall and turns a bright red. It contains 10-20 small, hard, shiny black seeds.The rootstock, collected in autumn after the seeds are ripe, and the leaves are used medicinally.

    Starting at: $0.00

    Out of stock

  • Gentian Root, tincture

    Gentian Root, tincture

    Latin (botanical) name: Gentiana Lutea

    Common names: Gentian, Bitterroot, Bitterwort, Gentian Root, Yellow Gentian, Pale Gentian, Felwort

    Plant Description: The Yellow Gentian is a native of the Alpine and sub-alpine pastures of central and southern Europe, frequent in the mountains of Spain and Portugal. It also grows in meadows in Europe and Turkey and is cultivated in North America. All the known species of Gentian are remarkable for the intensely bitter properties residing in the root and every part of the herbage. The root is long and thick, generally about one foot long and an inch in diameter, but can grow as large as 3 feet or more long and 2 inches in diameter. The root is yellowish-brown and has a very bitter taste. The stem grows 3-4 feet high, and has pairs of leaves opposite at each joint. The lowest leaves have short foot-stalks, but the upper ones are stalkless. They are yellowish-green, oblong in shape, pointed, and somewhat stiff with five prominent veins on the underside. The flowers are large, orange-yellow clusters with wheel-shaped corollas, usually 5-cleft. They often have tiny brown spots on them which make them look almost red.

    Out of stock

  • Ginseng, Red Chinese, tincture

    Ginseng, Red Chinese, tincture

    Latin (botanical) name:
    Common names: Korean Ginseng, Chinese Ginseng, Ren Shen, Oriental Ginseng, Wonder of the World


    Plant Description: Red Chinese Ginseng is a perennial plant native to the mountainous forests of eastern Asia and cultivated in China, Korea, and Japan. It has a thick, spindle- like brown-yellow root, often divided at the end. It's stem is a simple glabrous type and bears a whorl of three or five compound leaves. The leaves are oblong-ovate, finely double- toothed. Red Chinese Ginseng blooms from June to August. The greenish-yellow flowers are umbrella-shaped with small, edible drupe-like red berries growing from the center. The root is the part of the plant used for medicinal purposes. Wrinkles around the neck of the root tell how old the plant is. This is important because ginseng is not ready for use until it has grown for four to six years. It has been in use as a folk medicine and tonic among the peoples of China, Korea, Thailand, Viet Nam and Manchuria, as well as among Native Americans, for untold thousands of years. Frequently used as a potent preventative rather than a curative, it has also demonstrated tremendous therapeutic benefits for a variety of diseases and conditions.

    Starting at: $11.90

  • Health through God’s Pharmacy

    Health through God’s Pharmacy

    Maria Treben's Complete Book

    Advice and proven cures with medicinal herbs



    Comprehensive instructions and sought-after personal advice from Europe's most popular herbalist on the use of medicinal herbs. Time-honored herbal remedies that have been shown to cure even some so-called "incurable" diseases. An Original Edition Over 10 MILLION Copies Sold.


    Also available in the following languages: Hungarian, Italian, Czech, German, Japanese, French, Portugese, Spanish, Russian, Polish,

    (The European Bestseller) '92 pages, 33 illustrations and four full color plates, size 8.3 x 11 inches.
    $25.00
  • Health Through God`s Pharmacy (Polish Edition) 88 pages by Maria Treben

    Health Through God`s Pharmacy (Polish Edition) 88 pages by Maria Treben

    Apteka Pana Boga Porady i praktyka stosowania ziol leczniczych by Maria Treben.

    $25.00
  • Health Through God`s Pharmacy (Russian Edition) 88 pages by Maria Treben

    Health Through God`s Pharmacy (Russian Edition) 88 pages by Maria Treben

    Gesundheit aus der Apotheke Gottes. Russische Ausgabe by Maria Treben.

    $25.00
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