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  • Wild Cherry Bark, tincture

    Wild Cherry Bark, tincture

    Latin (botanical) name: Prunus Serotina

    Common names: Wild Cherry, Virginian Prune, Black Cherry, Black Choke, Choke Cherry, Rum Cherry



    Plant Description: Prunus, the Wild Cherry, is a large tree, 50-80 feet tall, and 2-4 feet in diameter. It is widely distributed in woods throughout North America, especially in the Northern and Central states. Wild Cherry grows from Nova Scotia and New Brunswick west to Southern Quebec and Ontario into Michigan and eastern Minnesota; south to Iowa, extreme eastern Nebraska, Oklahoma, and Texas, then east to central Florida.The bark is rough and black on older trunks, and separates naturally from the tree trunk. The fruit is a nearly spherical, purple-black drupe, around 1.5cm in diameter, ripening in late summer and autumn. Wild Cherry produces deciduous, alternate, oblong or ovate leaves with serrated margins. The upper surface of the leaves is glossy and somewhat thick. The Wild Cherry blossoms in May with white flowers in erect terminal racemes; an occasional solitary flower will bloom in the axils of the leaves. Around August or September, the fruit of the Wild Cherry ripens. It is about the size of a pea, black or tinged with purple, globular drupe that is edible, but with a bitter taste.

    Starting at: $9.90

  • Hops Strobiles, tincture - (2oz/59ml)

    Hops Strobiles, tincture - (2oz/59ml)

    Latin (botanical) name: Humulus Lupulus

    Common names: Hops, Humulus, Lupulus

    Plant Description: The Hop is a native perennial British plant and can be found growing wild in hedges and copses. It was introduced to Scotland, and is occasionally found in Ireland. Hops are also grown in France, South Russia, Australia and New Zealand. The root is stout and the stem, flexible and tough, twists in a clockwise direction and grows up to 6 feet in length. It is prickly with a strong fiber. The heart-shaped, lobed leaves are dark green, with finely serrated edges. They grow opposite on foot-stalks, though sometimes the upper leaves are arranged singly on the stem. The flowers grow out from the leaves' axils. The Hop is dioecious; in other words, male and female flowers are on separate plants. The male flowers are in loose bunches and grow to be 3-5 inches long. The female flowers, leafy and cone-shaped, are called strobiles. When mature, they grow to be about 1-1/2 inches long. They are yellowish-green in color and oblong and rounded in shape. Within the female flowers is a small fruit that is sprinkled with yellow, translucent glands.
    $9.90
  • Maria Treban Cures (English, 5th Edition, 2013)

    Maria Treban Cures (English, 5th Edition, 2013)


    Letters and Accounts of Cures through the "Health through God's Pharmacy" Book.

    Many letters of thanks and accounts of cures reach Maria Treben from people having recovered their health through the use of medicinal herbs.

    It is encouraging to read which more or less spectacular cureshave been achieved through the use of medicinal herbs and the will to recover one's health.
    $25.00
  • The Perfect Ray-Free House

    The Perfect Ray-Free House

    by: Wilton Kullmann

    Concise Guide for Radiesthologists

    Moving furniture or changing the rooms in order to free geomagnetic fields is enough to free Earth Rays since these are constantly affected by water veins which can move, appear or vanish, at any time.

    128 pages, drawings, size 6.5 x 9.4 inches

    $25.00
  • Natural Lip Balm (Cucumber Melon)

    Natural Lip Balm (Cucumber Melon)

    Natural Lip Balm



    Success is yours if you are looking for a petroleum-free product to pamper the lips that work so hard to help you express yourself a thousand times a day in a thousand different ways. Our lip balm contains naturally moisturizing ingredients: Sweet Almond Oil, Beeswax, Olive Oil, Cocoa Butter, Shea Butter, and Wonderful Natural Flavor Oils. Comfortable, soft, lips are only a smile away.
    $4.50
  • Fig Pep (10oz/296ml)

    Fig Pep (10oz/296ml)


    Fig Pep is it a great choice to be used wherever a natural sweetener is desired.
    $9.50
  • Wild Cherry Bark, tincture

    Wild Cherry Bark, tincture

    Latin (botanical) name: Prunus Serotina

    Common names: Wild Cherry, Virginian Prune, Black Cherry, Black Choke, Choke Cherry, Rum Cherry



    Plant Description: Prunus, the Wild Cherry, is a large tree, 50-80 feet tall, and 2-4 feet in diameter. It is widely distributed in woods throughout North America, especially in the Northern and Central states. Wild Cherry grows from Nova Scotia and New Brunswick west to Southern Quebec and Ontario into Michigan and eastern Minnesota; south to Iowa, extreme eastern Nebraska, Oklahoma, and Texas, then east to central Florida.The bark is rough and black on older trunks, and separates naturally from the tree trunk. The fruit is a nearly spherical, purple-black drupe, around 1.5cm in diameter, ripening in late summer and autumn. Wild Cherry produces deciduous, alternate, oblong or ovate leaves with serrated margins. The upper surface of the leaves is glossy and somewhat thick. The Wild Cherry blossoms in May with white flowers in erect terminal racemes; an occasional solitary flower will bloom in the axils of the leaves. Around August or September, the fruit of the Wild Cherry ripens. It is about the size of a pea, black or tinged with purple, globular drupe that is edible, but with a bitter taste.

    Starting at: $9.90

  • Hops Strobiles, tincture - (2oz/59ml)

    Hops Strobiles, tincture - (2oz/59ml)

    Latin (botanical) name: Humulus Lupulus

    Common names: Hops, Humulus, Lupulus

    Plant Description: The Hop is a native perennial British plant and can be found growing wild in hedges and copses. It was introduced to Scotland, and is occasionally found in Ireland. Hops are also grown in France, South Russia, Australia and New Zealand. The root is stout and the stem, flexible and tough, twists in a clockwise direction and grows up to 6 feet in length. It is prickly with a strong fiber. The heart-shaped, lobed leaves are dark green, with finely serrated edges. They grow opposite on foot-stalks, though sometimes the upper leaves are arranged singly on the stem. The flowers grow out from the leaves' axils. The Hop is dioecious; in other words, male and female flowers are on separate plants. The male flowers are in loose bunches and grow to be 3-5 inches long. The female flowers, leafy and cone-shaped, are called strobiles. When mature, they grow to be about 1-1/2 inches long. They are yellowish-green in color and oblong and rounded in shape. Within the female flowers is a small fruit that is sprinkled with yellow, translucent glands.
    $9.90
  • Maria Treban Cures (English, 5th Edition, 2013)

    Maria Treban Cures (English, 5th Edition, 2013)


    Letters and Accounts of Cures through the "Health through God's Pharmacy" Book.

    Many letters of thanks and accounts of cures reach Maria Treben from people having recovered their health through the use of medicinal herbs.

    It is encouraging to read which more or less spectacular cureshave been achieved through the use of medicinal herbs and the will to recover one's health.
    $25.00
  • The Perfect Ray-Free House

    The Perfect Ray-Free House

    by: Wilton Kullmann

    Concise Guide for Radiesthologists

    Moving furniture or changing the rooms in order to free geomagnetic fields is enough to free Earth Rays since these are constantly affected by water veins which can move, appear or vanish, at any time.

    128 pages, drawings, size 6.5 x 9.4 inches

    $25.00
  • Natural Lip Balm (Cucumber Melon)

    Natural Lip Balm (Cucumber Melon)

    Natural Lip Balm



    Success is yours if you are looking for a petroleum-free product to pamper the lips that work so hard to help you express yourself a thousand times a day in a thousand different ways. Our lip balm contains naturally moisturizing ingredients: Sweet Almond Oil, Beeswax, Olive Oil, Cocoa Butter, Shea Butter, and Wonderful Natural Flavor Oils. Comfortable, soft, lips are only a smile away.
    $4.50
  • Fig Pep (10oz/296ml)

    Fig Pep (10oz/296ml)


    Fig Pep is it a great choice to be used wherever a natural sweetener is desired.
    $9.50
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