Isaac Lasley is not liable nor responsible for what people smoke out of snake pipes or any negative consequences that may result!! Most of these herbs can also be made into teas to enjoy the effects!!! Use a tea ball, or just add

1-2 teaspoons of an herb to a teacup, add boiling water, then put a saucer or paper plate over the top for 15-20 min so the herbal mix can be steeped correctly. You can also just put the herbs in a tea cup, fill it with water,

cover the top, and microwave it for 2 1/2 - 5 minutes. Sip then feel effects within 45min or an hour.

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          Sometimes, there's a lot of confusion over which herbal smoking products are which, especially because there seems to be a growing number of terms for them. In short, almost all of them mean the same thing. Before we go any further, though, please note that none of the smoking herbs we offer through our Herbal Smoke Shop are intended to be a substitute for any medicine or drug, legal or otherwise, and we make no claims whatsoever in relation to any of the products. Please do not ask about whether any of the herbal smoking products we offer mimic the effects of any other product. We offer each one of these to be enjoyed for their own pleasurable taste and unique properties.
          We focus on herbal smoking blends of traditional herbs and blends used, at times, for thousands of years in shamanic and Native American traditions, as well as rituals in Africa, India, and elsewhere. We offer our own favorite blends as well as herbal buds and blends from a select few manufacturers based on the ones we have found to be most enjoyable and pleasant-tasting. None of our products contain any of the dangerous chemicals or other additives that appeared on the market for a while. We're proud to offer herbal smoking blends that are completely legal everywhere in the world.
          Although many of the exotic botanicals used in these herbal smokes have long histories of use, due to FDA regulations, we make no claims in regards to the effects of these products on the human body. Furthermore, none of our herbal smoke blends are intended to diagnose, prevent, or cure any disease.

That being said, there are really four main types of herbal smoking blends:

          FLOWER BUDS: These come in 2 forms. One is a real flower bud, harvested from a real plant. The other is a “pressed” bud that is held together by some sort of natural bonding agent such as cellulose (the same thing that the “glue” on rolling papers is made from). Both appear as real "buds", but only a few are actual buds from a single plant. Many blends from places like International Oddities seem to be based on well-known herbs such as Wild Dagga and Wild Lettuce, and come in varying types. The real flowers can be made into tea.
          SMOKING BLENDS: These are everything else. Anyone can make claims as to the potency of their herbal smoking blends, but the only ones we offer here, are based on solid historical data, recipes, and intensive research into the most effective blends with tangible effects. If something only has a placebo effect, or if the herbal smoke isn’t tasty and enjoyable; we don’t offer it. These can also be made into teas.
          BURNING BLENDS: This is something that we thought of many years ago. These are more versatile, as they can be rolled into cigarettes and smoked as an herbal smoking blend or burned as an incense. These exclusive blends typically don't have herbal extracts as our smoking blends do; they are recipes with natural herbs in them, made from pure leaves only. These blends can be made into teas.

         SMOKING SOLIDS: These are composed of herbs and natural resins that make them more intense and enjoyable. There are a few different types, with blends all based upon ancient recipes that helped our ancestors to better connect with various levels of perception! The smoking solids can be burned as an aromatherapy or smoked for more intense effects.
          We have our own personal favorites, but to pick a Top Seller would be impossible. Those looking for tasty smokes gravitate towards our Blueberry Buds, while others who want to use their herbal buds as a base for flavor enhancers often choose our A'hia Buds. Then, the blends we carry in our Herbal Smoke Shop with the most potent blend of herbs in them are, as usual, our Daganda and Lucid Blends, both of which come in colorful packaging, complete with rolling papers, and as with all our products at the shop; backed by our 100% Satisfaction Guarantee.

Enjoy $25 Or Less Blends!!

WARNING: Smoking of any kind is dangerous to one’s health, even if it's a chemical-free herbal smoking blend like the products we offer here. Be Aware That Any Of Our Products Containing California Poppy May Cause User To Have A False Positive Drug Test For Opiates!

Do Not Operate Machinery After Using These Products!!

          Get Many Herbal Blends Here Including: Boldo Leaf, Bubble Gum Kush, Calamus Root, Catnip, Celadine, Chervil/Sweet Cicely, Coltsfoot, Damiana, Eyebright Powdered Herb, Hops, HW Euphoric, HW Kinnikinnick, HW Relaxation, HW Shamanic Dream, Lemongrass, Licorice Root, Lobelia, Marsmallow Leaf, Marshmallow Root, Motherwort, Mugwort, Mullien Leaf, Passion Flower, Peppermint, Pipe Red Raspberry, Sage, Sarsaparilla Root, Sassafras Root, Scullcap/Skullcap, Sinicuichi, Uva Ursi Leaf/Bearberry, Wild Dagga Flowers (Lion's Ear), Wild Lettuce, Wood Betony, Wormwood, Yarrow, And Yearba Santa On This Page.

Boldo Leaf, peumus boldus
South American Cooking Spice, Gastric Spasms, Bile Release, Gout
          Boldo Leaf is an herb native to Chile and Peru, where it is modernly used often as a cooking spice. Excavations in those regions have actually indicated that it may well have been one of the herbs commonly used as far back as 10,000 years ago! Common mythology also says that the herb was largely ignored until a Chilean shepard found that his sheep were in better health after nibbling on Boldo leaves near his pasturage.
Since then it has also become a popular variety of folk medicine in the regions of Chile and Peru. There it is used to treat liver problems, including complications involving hepatitis, bladder infections, and gallstones. Some herbalists also explore Boldo Leaf as a useful alternative as a mild laxative that can help relieve gastrointestinal spasms. Others also explore it as a treatment for dysmenorrhea and gout
          Other uses of Boldo leaves are incense for calming, spiritual cleansing and harmony. When burned, it smells of slightly mint. The incense creates an atmosphere of peace and harmony and is great for the body and mind. It has a relaxing effect that promotes sleep and strengthens the nerves.
          Some smoke Boldo leaves to stabilize themselves and bring themselves back to their center.
Great Herb when mixing your own blends. Makes Great Tea!
1 oz $22.00

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Calamus Root Cut & Sifted
          Calamus is quite common in Manipur and the Naga Hills of India and is found on the edges of lakes and streams. The root is attributed with an intensely aromatic fragrance that resembles a mixture of ginger, cinnamon and nutmeg. In ancient times it was even used as a cinnamon substitute in ritual incenses. In Ayurveda, calamus is considered an aromatic, bitter tonic which stimulates digestion. Similar in appearance to ginger, calamus root's sweet smell has made it a key component in perfumes. It may be ground up and smoked for a pleasurable flavor.
          Be careful when choosing the Calamus root you buy. You can find plenty of calamus from China and India. Our Calamus is hand gathered in the Oregon wilderness and brought to you in unadulterated form. There are many varieties available. Our calamus is always American Calamus (Americanus), which grows only in the northern United States. Acorus calamus var. Americanus contains plenty of Alpha-asarone, but it lacks significant amounts of Beta-asarone, which is possibly carcinogenic.* Makes Great Tea!
* These statements have not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration. This product is not intended to cure, treat, diagnose, or prevent any disease.
1 oz $25, 4 oz $30, 16 oz $50  Or Calamus Root Pills 30 for $24, 60 for $32

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Calamus Root Cut & Sifted

Catnip, nepeta cataria
          Scientists have ascertained that the feline reaction to catnip is due to the its content of nepetalactone. The herb is also strongly antifungal and a bactericide for Staphylococcus aureus, as well as a close chemical relative to a number of insect repellants that affect mosquitoes and termites. Folklore of the early Americans settlers suggested that they felt that ingesting catnip would somehow make even the kindest person mean. It was consumed thereafter by hangmen to "get in the mood".
          Also known as Catmint and Wild Mint, Catnip is actually the broad name for over 250 flowering species of plants that belong to the genus of Nepeta. Originally from Mediterranean regions, Catnip has since become common throughout North America, and is famous for the effects it has on cats. In two thirds of all cats, catnip induces a state of euphoria, often resulting in them acting rather off the wall and crazy, frequently in manners that are entirely impossible to predict. The remaining third of cats are actually completely immune to this effect, and have no observed reaction to the herb.
          Interestingly, some people also experience a much milder version of this euphoria, and it is sometimes employed in spiritual and magickal purposes to help find this state of mind or help forge a psychic bond with animals.
          Catnip tea has also been found to be quite beneficial in treating Colds, Fevers, Insomnia, Tension, Anxiety and Infections. Some studies also suggest that it is soothing for upset stomachs and may possibly be helpful in preventing morning sickness in pregnant women. Catnip has also been shown to be employed successfully in a mosquito repellant when applied to the skin in a variety of lotions and ointments.
          As a tea it imparts a pleasant mint flavor. It can also be taken as an extract or lightly sprinkled on food, or as an herbal pillow for cats or their owner as a sleepaid. It has also been used as a flavoring in sauces, soups, and stews.
          When smoking catnip, its effectiveness varies for different people it is effective, its most common effects include a warming feeling throughout the body, and a general sense of relaxation It has a calming and a sense of mild euphoria sometimes accompanied by giddiness.

Makes Great Tea!
1 oz $22


Celandine, chelidonium majus
          When smoked it is enjoyed for its light opiate like effect sometimes called OPI 8. This is most often used for treating gallbladder problems. It stops spasms at the same time it stimulates the production of bile to flush gallstones away. It is used for digestive pains and jaundice. In Traditional Chinese Medicine, celandine is more often used as a pain-relieving cough medication. The sap of the fresh herb is a traditional remedy for warts, as well as producing a buttery yellow dye for yarns and fabrics. In Russia, it is used as an agent against cancer. When burned as incense, celandine is said to be protective and confusing to ones enemies, and reputed to keep away both bad witches and the police. This can be used to make teas, but more often used as an extract or encapsulation.The above-ground parts of the plant, dried, cut and/or powdered. Makes Great Tea!
1 oz $23


Chervil/Sweet Cicely
          Chervil is an aid to sluggish digestion. When brewed as a tea it can also be used as a soothing eye wash. Pour 1 cup of boiling water over 1 TBLS. fresh chopped chervil and let this steep for 20 minutes. Be sure to cover this to keep in all the volatile oils. When cool, moisten a cotton ball with some of the mixture and place over closed eyes for 10 minutes. Definitely refreshing
         Infusion used for flatulence and coughs. Roots have antiseptic action and were used to cure the bites of mad dogs and snakes. Steeped in wine, they were a remedy for consumption
The entire plant is edible its leaves and roots were commonly eaten in salads. The fresh leaves can be used as a sweetener for diabetics, and can be cooked with tart-tasting fruits The seeds can be cooked into cakes and biscuits and used to flavor chartreuse
          Chervil comforts the heart and increases a lust for life. Sweet Cicely/ Chervil also aids in the Gift of Sight, in this case the ability to see beauty beneath ugliness, power beneath simplicity, and possibility beneath limitation. It is a useful plant when faced with clients who are living in a swamp of negativity, and you have to find them some hope. You can smoke it. Makes Great Tea!

1 oz $24


Colts Foot, tussilago farfara
          For thousands of years Coltsfoot Leaf has been used as an ancient cough medicine, suppressing coughs from colds and illness via a wide array of treatments. Indeed, it was even used in smoking blends as a method to ease breathing. For ages it was recommended for dry coughs and breathing problems, with attention paid to these properties in the writings of the Greek doctor Diosocrites. There was some debate however between East and West as to what portion of the Coltsfoot plant was the most useful medicinally. In China, the thought was that the root was most potent and most beneficial, while in Europe it was generally believed that the leaf provided the greatest benefit.
          Today, it is still popular in suppressing coughs, with research showing that extracts from the leaf can improve the immune system, as well. Modern research has also shown that it should not be taken by pregnant women or given to children under the age of six, with some countries even implementing strict age restrictions regarding the availability and usage of Coltsfoot. Coltsfoot is often smoked by blending it with other herbs to treat coughs and chest problems. The flowers, leaves and even the buds of this plant can be used for smoking. Smoking the leaves of this particular plant is considered to be legal in many countries across the world including the US. Makes Great Tea!
1 oz $22


Damiana , turnera aphrodisiaca
Powerful Aphrodisiac

          Traditionally, Damiana Leaf, also known as Tumera diffusa, has been used by the people of Central and South America for hundreds of years. There it was first recorded by Spanish Missionaries as it was used by Mexican Indians, using Damiana leaves mixed with sugar as a powerful tea that enhanced lovemaking and worked as a powerful aphrodisiac. It is also named in Mexican folklore as the ingredient that flavored the original margarita; an alcoholic drink now famous throughout the world.
          In modern holistic use, Damiana leaf is still used as an aphrodisiac, but is reported to be of medicinal aid in treating coughs, constipation and depression. It is also said to help with fibromyalgia, and breathing issues, as well as impotency, infertility, and the varied symptoms of menopause. Helps to balance the hormones.
          Damiana leaf is also a wonderful hearbal smoke which sometimes is referred to as a legal high. It is a mild purgative, diuretic, tonic, acting directly on the reproductive organs, stimulant, hypochondriastic, and aphrodisiac. Makes Great Tea!

1 oz $25, 4 oz $35, 8 oz $45  Or Damiana Pills 60 for $32


Eyebright Powdered Herb, euphrasia officinalis
          Known elsewhere as Euphrasia, Euphrasia officinalis, or the other common names of of Meadow eyebright and Red Eyebright, Eyebright has seen use for a long time, and has been mentioned numerous times within folk medicine. As one might imagine from the name, it is most commonly associated with the treatment of conditions of the eyes.
          In modern treatments, the focus of eyebright is still upon the eyes. There the folk medicine treatments still prevail, where it is used as a wash for the eyes, as well as a compress when the eyes are inflamed or irritated. It has also been used for conjunctivitis, belepharitis, tired eyes, styes, and numerous other such conditions. The dried herb is an ingredient in British Herbal Tobacco, which is smoked most usefully for chronic bronchial colds.
          Indeed, the name Euphrasia is of Greek origin, being derived from the Greek word Euphrosyne, which is word for Gladness, who was one of the three Graces who was known for her joy and mirth. The name is thought to be a play upon this, with the thought being that Eyebright (or Euphrasia) would bring gladness and joy to those who suffered from afflictions of the eyes.
          Spiritually, it has been used as a component to spells and rituals wherein you are seeking changes in perception and attitude, visionary experiences, and also as an aid in improving the memory. Makes Great Tea!
1 oz Price $23


Hops, humulus lupulus
Hyperactivity, Insomnia
          Hops are the female flowers also called seed cones of the hop plant. They are used primarily as a flavoring and stability agent in beer, to which they impart a bitter, tangy flavor, though hops are also used for various purposes in other beverages and herbal medicine.
          In addition to beer, hops are also used in herbal teas and in soft drinks
          Hops are also used in herbal medicine in a way similar to valerian as a treatment for anxiety, restlessness, and insomnia. A pillow filled with hops is a popular folk remedy for sleeplessness, it has a sedative effect.
          Smoking hops before bed is a great way to bring on faster sleep for those prone to insomnia or anxiety.
Healing, Sleep Makes Great Tea!
1 oz $24  Or Hops Flower Pills 30 for $23, 60 for $30


HW Euphoric Blend

Makes Great Tea!
1 oz $24

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HW Kinnikinnick
          ORGANIC HERBAL SMOKE, A PEACE PIPE BLEND THAT CONTAINS Uva Ursi, Cornsilk, Raspberry Leaf, Yarrow, And Mullein. Makes Great Tea!
1 oz $24

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HW Relaxation Blend
1 oz $24

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HW Shamanic Dream
1 oz $24

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Lemongrass, cymbopogon citratus
          Lemongrass is native to India, Southeast Asia, and Oceania. It is widely used as a herb in Asian cuisine and also as medicinal herb in India. It has a subtle citrus flavor and can be dried and powdered, or used fresh. It is commonly used in teas, soups, and curries. It is also suitable for use with poultry, fish, beef, and seafood. It is often used as a tea or as a tea additive for a citrus taste
          Lemongrass is used for treating digestive tract spasms, stomachache, high blood pressure, convulsions, pain, vomiting, cough, achy joints (rheumatism), fever, the common cold, and exhaustion. It is also used to kill germs and as a mild astringent.
          Lemongrass makes a wonderful dream-inducing tea or smoking blend which can lead to powerful lucid, divinatory dreams. Lemongrass Repels Snakes, as well as increases Lust and Psychic Powers. Makes Great Tea!
1 oz $22


Licorice Root
          Licorice is used for flavoring and also in herbal medicine. You are probably most familiar with it as a flavoring in foods, beverages, and tobacco. The root is used to make medicine. Licorice is used for various digestive system complaints including stomach ulcers, heartburn, colic, and ongoing inflammation of the lining of the stomach (chronic gastritis). Some people use licorice for sore throat, bronchitis, cough, and infections caused by bacteria or viruses.
Licorice is also used for osteoarthritis, systemic lupus erythematosus (SLE), liver disorders, malaria, tuberculosis, food poisoning, and chronic fatigue syndrome (CFS). In addition it is alleged to Grant the Bearer Control over a Person or Situation. Makes Great Tea!
1 oz $23  Or 100 Licorice Root Pills for $30

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Lobelia, lobelia inflata
          This is an herb that is used to treat asthma, allergies, whooping cough, congestion, and bronchitis. In the past, it was also useful for tobacco withdrawal as an herbal remedy to quit smoking. It is found in the southeastern part of Canada from Nova Scotia to Southeast Ontario and British Columbia. It is also present in the eastern half of the United States
          Lobelia, known as Indian tobacco, contains LOBELINE which acts much like nicotine. Although it is less potent than nicotine, it can fool the body into thinking it has nicotine in the system, and help stave off cravings for cigarettes. It is mildly sedating and helps to ease the nerves as well as quell nicotine withdrawal. This could help to ease you off nicotine, or at least decrease your dependence on cigarettes, which are laced with tars and other chemicals.
          The name Indian Tobacco was assigned because the Aboriginal people smoked dried leaves of the plant. Historically, the Aboriginal people were very creative and efficient in using the Lobelia plant for medicinal purposes. The Iroquois used the root to treat leg sores, venereal diseases and ulcers. The Cherokees used a poultice of the root for body aches. They also used the plant for boils, sores, bites and stings. Considered a plant to cure asthma, phthisic (lung disease), croup and a sore throat, it was also used to discourage the presence of gnats. The Crows made use of it in religious ceremonies.
          Other uses for Lobelia include storm magick (throw dried herb into the wind or burn in a ritual), love magic (use in rituals for love or anti-love), and combined with other herbs for purification and divination rituals. For those interested in fairy magic, Lobelia is a must-have addition to the fairly garden. Makes Great Tea!
1 oz $23


Marshmallow Leaf
          The marshmallow plant (althea officinalis) is a flowering perennial herb native to Mediterranean Europe, and that is now grown commercially in central Countries in Europe including Germany, Poland, and Bulgaria.
          Marshmallow leaf smoke tends to have a calming effect and smooth flavor that makes it a well-known base to be used in herbal smoking blends. Also you can steep loose marshmallow leaf into a calming tea ideal for use before bedtime, or have the leaf right into a poultice with anti-inflammatory effects.
          Most probably the leaves and root of Marshmallow plant is used to make medicine. A dry root and leaf can be used as an herb. Marshmallow leaf is typically used for insect bite as a poultice. The leaf and root are used for pain and swelling of the respiratory tract. They are also used for constipation, dry cough, diarrhea, inflammation lining in stomach area and inflammation in urinary tract and stones. It also has an immune-boosting mild antibacterial and anti-allergy property.
          Marshmallow is a protective and cleansing herb. Burning marshmallow cleanses an area, indoors or out or steep the leaves and flowers in oil and use the oil to anoint yourself when you feel the need to be protected from demons or spells cast against you. If you are journeying in the astral and wish some extra protection, apply this oil before you enter your trance. Marshmallow is also used for love and fertility spells and to enhance sex magic. Makes Great Tea!
1 oz $23.50

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Marshmallow Root, althea officinalis
          This is also known as white mallow herb. Other alternative names are Malvavisco, Althea, Khatmah, Usubeni-tatiaoi, Khitmi, Iviscus, and Ghasul. This psychoactive herb originated from Europe. Its therapeutic effect to the body explains why it is use as an alternative medicine.
          Ancient medicines use this herb as a tea. It produces several desirable effects to the body, which are bound to prevent other lifestyle diseases such as hypertension. The marshmallow root had been adopted for domestic use in America. It is one of the identified beneficial herbal medicines in Asia, as well. This herb predominantly thrives in the salty and dark marshes.
The marshmallow root has several medicinal benefits. Aside from the roots, other part of this psychoactive herb is used as an active ingredient for teas, food supplement, and pharmaceutical medications.
          Used as a remedy for sore throat. Ancient medicine extracts the large amount of mucilage found in this herb to treat respiratory problems such as pertussis (whooping cough) and bronchitis (inflammation of the bronchial tubes). The active compound found in this herb produces therapeutic effect for alleviating the manifestations of diarrhea (watery stool). It improves the peristaltic movement, which facilitates proper digestion. The marshmallow root is effective for relieving the signs and symptoms of several digestive problems like Chron’s Disease, Gastro esophageal reflux disease (GERD), and irritable bowel syndrome (IBS).
          Drinking of marshmallow root tea has been linked to weight loss, as well. The physiologic effect of the tea can block the body’s receptor, which signals the hunger center of the brain. As a result, people who drank this tea may have the feeling of fullness, and thus, eat less. Marshmallow root tea involves anti-inflammatory effect. It works effectively for reducing the occurrence of peptic ulcer disease (PUD), ulceration in the mouth, gastroenteritis, colitis, and hiatal hernia.
          Marshmallow roots make a smooth smoke. It is ideal as a base for any herbal blend, like Mullein and Damiana. It relaxes the mind when smoked on his own, but it’s not as strong as some other herbs like Skullcap or Wild dagga flowers.
          Marshmallow is a protective and cleansing herb. Burning marshmallow cleanses an area, indoors or out or steep the leaves and flowers in oil and use the oil to anoint yourself when you feel the need to be protected from demons or spells cast against you. If you are journeying in the astral and wish some extra protection, apply this oil before you enter your trance. Marshmallow is also used for love and fertility spells and to enhance sex magic. Makes Great Tea!
1 oz $23  Or 100 Marshmallow Root Pills for $30

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Motherwort, leonurus cardiaca labiatae
          This has been used for centuries to treat conditions related to childbirth. Motherwort has the ability to promotes a mother's milk flow. It also has been used as a uterine tonic before and after childbirth. The herb contains a chemical called leonurine, which encourages uterine contractions. Motherwort is also claimed to be an emmenagogue, or an agent that promotes menstrual flow. It has been used for centuries to regulate the menstrual cycle and to treat menopausal and menstrual complaints.
          Motherwort is also a mild relaxing agent and is often used by herbalists to treat such menopausal complaints as nervousness, insomnia, heart palpitations, and rapid heart rate. The herb may help heart conditions aggravated by nervousness. Because of its ability to improve mental outlook and reduce the effects of stress, some herbalists feel motherwort tea can help minimize the risk of postpartum depression Motherwort should be used in small amounts. AS with all herbals always consult a physician before starting an herbal remedy
          Motherwort is an antispasmodic that can help to aid sleep and cause the body to relax. When smoked, Motherwort has been said to give a great sense of wellbeing and to promote astral projections
          Motherwort energies promote inner trust and confidence that the ultimate outcome will be best for all involved in the fullness of time. It is also used for counter-magic and associated with immortality and spiritual healing. It is a protective herb, especially in spells designed to protect pregnant women and their unborn children. Strength, Love, and Family. Makes Great Tea!
1 oz $22


Mugwort, artemisia vulgaris
          As a tea or smoke for good dreams
          Also known as common wormwood, Artemisia vulgaris, felon herb, chrysanthemum weed, wild wormwood, Old Uncle Henry, Sailor`s Tobacco, Old Man, and St John`s Plant, Its leaves have have long been used as a flavoring agent to season fat, meat, or fish, and is perhaps most famously known for seasoning Goose in Germanic traditions. In Japan and Korea it is also known for being used to color festive rice cakes, and is a common seasoning within Korean soups and pancakes.
          It should be noted that Mugwort can be a hallucinogenic, but when cooked those properties are neutralized. In the mid-ages Mugwort was part of a herbal mix called Gruit, which was used to flavor beer before the widespread use of hops, likely resulting in hallucination as well as inebriation!
          People take mugwort root as a “tonic” and to boost energy. People take the rest of the plant for stomach and intestinal conditions including colic, diarrhea, constipation, cramps, weak digestion, worm infestations, and persistent vomiting. Mugwort is also used to stimulate gastric juice and bile secretion. It is also used as a liver tonic; to promote circulation; and as a sedative. Other uses include treatment of hysteria, epilepsy, and convulsions in children. Women take mugwort for irregular periods and other menstrual problems.
          In ancient and medieval times Mugwort was also used for its magical properties, where it was seen as a protective herb that could dispel fatigue and protect a traveler from evil spirits and wild animals. Indeed, it was included in the 10th century \"Nine Herb Charm\" (OUR LUCHNUGA) that is said to ward off poison and illness.
          It is a potent aid in lucid dreaming, astral travel, and otherwise increasing the intensity of dreams, as well as the ability to control and remember them. There is evidence that mugwort used topically speeds repair of the skin by improving blood circulation. Smoked or made into a tea, mugwort can also be invaluable as a calming agent for people suffering from nervous stress, depression, and exhaustion due to insomnia.
          Today, mugwort is coming into its own as a herb to facilitate vivid and lucid dreams, especially if you engage in mugwort smoking just before bed. On its own or smoked with another calming herb such as catnip, mugwort smoke can induce feelings of calm and mellowness lasting about 30-60 minutes, without making you feel clouded or “dumb”. Its calming actions alone make mugwort an excellent replacement for tobacco, but mugwort’s effects on deep sleep and dreaming are where things really get interesting.
          The active compound in mugwort is thujone, an aromatic oil also found in wormwood, the plant used to brew the alcoholic drink absinthe. Consumed orally or by inhaling mugwort herb smoke or aromatic oil, mugwort can improve dream recall and sometimes induce lucid dreams when used shortly before bed. Some people recommend smoking mugwort and taking it as tea simultaneously to enhance its effects, or wrapping fresh mugwort in an aromatic dream pillow so you can inhale its active constituents as you drift off to sleep. Many mugwort users have reported the dream pillow method to be highly effective: the effects kick in as they enter the hypnagogic pre-sleep state, generating sensations of floating or rising upward that can translate into a lucid dream or even an out of body experience! Makes Great Tea!
          One of our favorite herbs grown in all our gardens that may offer Clairvoyance, Magical Workings, or Travel, Dreams, as One of the Nine Sacred Herbs of the Anglo-Saxons.
1 oz $22


Mullein Leaf, verbascum thapsus
          Controls Cough, TB, Lungs, Sinus, Colds
          Mullein is towering biennial plant with a single stalk up to 6-1/2 feet (2 meters) bearing whorls of leaves and topped with a spike of 5-part yellow flowers. The flowers coat the mouth with a honey-like scent and a sweet taste. The name mullein itself is derived from the Latin word "mollis" which means soft. Herbalists have long made note its use in treating pectoral complaints. It is also supposed to be of great use in treating the bleeding of lungs and bowls. As an expectorant, it has also seen use in treating sore throats, coughs, and lung disease.
          Some herbalists also use it in a poultice which is used to treat hemorrhoid complaints. Possessing slight sedative properties, Mullein has also been found as an active ingredient in many alternative smoking blends, and it has also been used to treat migraines and long lasting headaches. Mullein leaves are believed to have sedative and narcotic properties and can provide a mild, legal high when smoked.
         The flowering stem was dried by the Greeks and Romans and dipped in tallow, and then used as a lamp wick or as a torch. These torches were said to ward off evil spirits and witches, although it was certainly not uncommon in a witches herbal garden. Known elsewhere as candlewick plant, hag taper, and lady`s candle, and Verbascum thapsus. Mullein is native to both Europe and Asia but has been naturalized in North America. Used for tinder and lamp wicks, folklore held that witches used lamps that were lit with such wicks for their incantations. Among some folk, this gave rise to the name of Hag`s taper. Mullein was also used as funerary rites, with stalks being dipped in suet and burned at funerals.
           Wise tales also held that mullein was quite useful in treating diseases of cattle. In both Europe and Asia it was said that mullein could drive away evil spirits, and in India it was considered a safeguard against bad magic as well. There is even mention of mullein performing this task in ancient times, with the Iliad giving mention of Ulysses using mullein to ward off the sorcery of Circe. Frazier writes in the Golden Bough that mullein was added to the bonfire on Midsummer's eve to ward away evil from the celebration.
Promotes Courage, Protection, Health, Love, Divination, And Exorcism. Makes Great Tea!

1 oz $22


Passion Flower, passiflora incarnata
          This was used traditionally in the Americas and later in Europe as a calming herb for anxiety, insomnia, seizures, and hysteria. It is still used today to treat anxiety and insomnia. Scientists believe passionflower works by increasing levels of a chemical called gamma amino butyric acid (GABA) in the brain. GABA lowers the activity of some brain cells, making you feel more relaxed. The effects of passionflower tend to be milder than valerian or kava 2 other herbs used to treat anxiety.
          The ancient Aztecs reportedly used passionflower as a sedative and pain reliever. Today herbalists also recommend it as a sedative and antispasmodic agent. Passionflower can be such a potent herbal remedy because it calms muscle tension and twitching without affecting respiratory rate or mental function the way many pharmaceutical sedatives do. Find out how harvesting and using the entire aboveground part of the plant -- leaf, stem, and flower -- can provide relief.
          Passionflower has been used for anxiety, insomnia, restlessness, epilepsy, and other conditions of hyperactivity, as well as high blood pressure. Passionflower also is included in many pain formulas when discomfort is caused by muscle tension and emotional turmoil. In Europe the flowers are added to numerous pharmaceuticals to treat nerve disorders, heart palpitations, anxiety, and high blood pressure. Unlike most sedative drugs, passionflower has been shown to be nonaddictive, although it is not a strong pain reliever.
          Passionflower is generally considered to be nontoxic when used in moderation. Many herbalists prescribe three or four cups a day without any problems reported. Do not take passionflower if you are already taking prescription medication for anxiety or depression, as excessive sleepiness has been reported.
          Passionflower is thought to affect the passions, perhaps because of its name, its showy, sweet-scented flowers, which are of Venus, and its twining habit. It is often used in amulets and charms for love magick, in that case inciting passions, but it also serves to calm passions. It can be sprinkled at thresholds to protect the home from disruptions, and in a dream pillow, it will help give quiet dreams. Makes Great Tea!
1 oz $22  Or Passion Flower Pills 30 for $23, 60 for $30, or 100 for $35

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Peppermint, mentha piperita
          This herb tea is a naturally caffeine-free tea which is a tisane infusion of peppermint leaves. Peppermint is a mix between spearmint and watermint and has quite a high menthol content; it also goes well if you mix it with other herbal teas or even non-herbal teas. It has a very strong aroma, as well as flavor of mint because of its high menthol content. Peppermint herb tea is also versatile, which is one of the reasons it is quite popular, since it can be drunk either hot or cold. Though peppermint herb tea can be enjoyed at any time during the day, you will get extra benefits if you drink it before bedtime.
          You have a greater chance of falling asleep if you are actually relaxed when your head hits the pillow, so drinking peppermint herb tea before bed is a great way to prepare yourself for a restive night of good, sound sleep
          Peppermint is used for the common cold, cough, inflammation of the mouth and throat, sinus infections, and respiratory infections. It is also used for digestive problems including heartburn, nausea, vomiting, morning sickness, irritable bowel syndrome (IBS), cramps of the upper gastrointestinal (GI) tract and bile ducts, upset stomach, diarrhea, bacterial overgrowth of the small intestine, and gas. Some people also use peppermint for menstrual problems, liver and gallbladder complaints, preventing spasms during endoscopy procedures, and as a stimulant.
           Smoking Peppermint relaxes the nerves. It is a strong purifying agent that can restore and rejuvenate both the mind and body. Peppermint adds that cool menthol taste to any smoking blend
          MINT LEAVES are used to Break Spells, Hexes, and Jinxes and to undo Enemy Tricks or Bad-Luck Root Work that may have been placed upon you or your loved ones. We are told by those who use it that this aromatic plant will Ward Off Evil and Repel Enemies who are troubling your home or job. Purification, Sleep, Love, Healing, And Psychic Powers. Makes Great Tea!
1 oz $22


Red Raspberry Leaf, rubus idaeus
          Red raspberry is a plant that is the source of a widely eaten, tasty, sweet berry. However, red raspberry fruit and leaf have also been used as medicine for centuries. The therapeutic use of raspberry leaf was first described in 1597 in a book called “The Herbal,” or “A General History of Plants.” Today, red raspberry leaf and fruit are still used as medicine.
          Red raspberry leaf is used for gastrointestinal (GI) tract disorders, including diarrheia; for respiratory system disorders, including flu and swine flu and for heart problems, fever, diabetes and vitamin deficiency. It is also used to promotea sweating urination, and bile production. Some people use it for general "purification of blood and skin.” Some women use raspberry leaf for painful periods, heavey periods, morning sickness associated with pregnancy, preventing miscarrage, and easing labor and delivery. Red raspberry leaf is applied directly to the skin for sore throat and skin rash. Source of Estrogen, Blood Cleanser
          Historically, raspberry leaf herbal cigarettes were introduced by the Indians. In addition of treatment, herbal cigarettes were also used in religious rituals and certain events. Raspberry leaf do not contain nicotine so it can be used as an alternative for those who want to stop smoking. Raspberry leaf contains a lot of medicinal compounds such as tannins, flavonoids, ellagic acid,vitamin A, C, potassium, calcium and phosphorus. Used in an herbal bath by women so that their men will not want to wander. Protection and Love. Makes Great Tea!
1 oz $22

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          Sage is an herb, the leaf of which is used to make medicine, teas, and to spice food.
In foods, sage is used as a commonly used spice. Sage is used for digestive problems, including loss of appetite, gas (flatulence), stomach pain (gastritis), diarrhea, bloating, and heartburn. It is also used for reducing overproduction of perspiration and saliva; and for depression, memory loss, and Alzheimer's disease. Women use sage for painful menstrual periods, to correct excessive milk flow during nursing, and to reduce hot flashes during menopause. Sage is applied directly to the skin for cold sores; gum disease (gingivitis); sore mouth, throat or tongue; and swollen, painful nasal passages. Some people inhale sage for asthma.
          Sage has long been used in healing. It was used in the Middle Ages to treat fevers, liver disease and epilepsy. The tea is used as a healthful tonic. It was also believed to strengthen the memory. An old English custom states that eating Sage every day in May will grant immortality.
It is said that where sage grows well in the garden, the wife rules and that sage will flourish or not depending on the success of the business of the household. In manufacturing, sage is used as a fragrance component in soaps and cosmetics
          Sage is used in magical workings for immortality, longevity, wisdom, protection and the granting of wishes. Sage is also believed to help alleviate sorrow of the death of a loved one. To make a wish, write your wish on a sage leaf and sleep with it under your pillow for three days and then bury it. Makes Great Tea!
1 oz $22

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Sarsaparilla Root
          Sarsaparilla is perhaps most well known for being the key ingredient of the soft drink of the same name. Found in Mexico, Central America, and South America, Sarsaparilla has become world-reknowned for soft drinks it is part of, which includes traditional recipes for old style Root Beer. Much of this originates in its medical use, which included being added to sugar water as a sweet and flavorful tonic.
          Modern herbalists still value Sarsaparilla for these medical properties. It is generally valued for use in treating of skin disorders and problems like eczema, psoriasis, and similar matters. It is also growing in popularity in its use as an adaptogen, where it can aid in physical responses to stress and fatigue in a manner similar to ginseng. Also used as a delightful smoking herb, Magickal Uses Sexual vitality, health, love and money. Makes Great Tea!
1 oz $24

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Sassafras Root, sassafras albidium
          Named in the 16th century by the famed botanist Nicolas Monardes, the word Sassafras is generally agreed to be a corruption of the Spanish word for saxifrage. Despite this, the latin name developed as Sassafras albidium, and the common name Sassafras stuck. Since this time, it has long since been known for its medicinal and culinary properties, as well as having been the subject of a variety of folklore. With the saplings often growing in clusters, you can usually find larger Sassafras trees in bunches, with many shoots and branches deviating from a main trunk. Known for this clustering and its distinctive leaves and flowers, it is also famed for the sweet fragrances it is said to produce. Many say that the roots and leaves possess an aroma that reminds them of citrus, though, depending on who you are speaking with, some might tell you that the crushed leaves produce a scent that is very similar to root beer.
          In Spanish lore, this Sassafras was well known for its treatment of syphilis, rheumatism, and similar such illness, and it`s leaves still finds use in some regions as a condiment or thickening agent for soups. Some lore also speaks of it in a supernatural light, fearing that if it is burned that it will cause another`s death as it crackles and pops-perhaps in part due to the fact that its oily wood does not burn well, and produces much smoke.

          Today, it is mostly viewed as a wonderful ingredient for tea, with many using its bark and leaves to produce a flavorful tea blend. Though there is some controversy over the matter, Sassafras is still often viewed as a potent holistic aid in relieving the pains of menstruation and rheumatism. Folklore states sassafras was used as a spring tonic to clean bad blood. It is helpful with eczema, psoriasis, rheumatism and gout. In Louisiana, the leaves are used as File condiment in sauces, and also for thickening soups
          Also smoked, in a pipe, the root bark, which is highly aromatic and inebriating makes a wonderful organic smoke. Magickal uses of Sassafras include health, money and overcoming addictions. Place in wallet or purse to attract money. Use as a prosperity incense. Add to sachets for healing. Makes Great Tea!
1 oz $24

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Scullcap/Skullcap, scutellaria lateriflora
          Skullcap is a powerful medicinal herb, it is used in alternative medicine as an anti-inflammatory, antispasmodic, slightly astringent, emmenagogue, febrifuge, nervine, sedative and strongly tonic. Some valuable constituents found in the plant are Scutellarin, Catalpol, other Volatile oils, bitter iridoids and Tannins. Scientific studies are proving this to be a valuable plant in many areas for mental disorders. Skullcap is used in the treatment of a wide range of nervous conditions including epilepsy, insomnia, hysteria, anxiety, delerium tremens, withdrawal from barbiturates and tranquilisers.
          A medicinal infusion of the plant is used to promote menstruation, it should not be given to pregnant women since it can induce a miscarriage, the infusion is also used in the treatment of throat infections. The infusion is given for nervous headaches, neuralgia and in headache arising from incessant coughing, pain, and inducing sleep when necessary, without any unpleasant symptoms following. Skullcap is currently being used as an alternative medicine to treat AIDS and a number of nerve disorders.
          When smoking Skullcap it is a relaxing herb that helps when feeling nervous. It could also be used to induce a mild high and it brings relief from fear, anxiousness and restlessness.
          Fidelity, love, peace. Lore - Skullcap is used in magick for spells of peace and relaxation. Women wear skullcap to protect their husbands from the charms of other women. Skullcap is used in the binding of a handfasting for a couple willing to pledge their commitment for the rest of this life, or for a relationship that will extend beyond this life. Makes Great Tea!
1 oz $24  Or 100 Skullcap Pills for $35


Sinicuichi (Sun Opener), heimia salicifolia
          This is very new to most people. Native in Highlands from Mexico to Northern Argentina, Sinicuichi is an interesting and ancient divination plant, but one of the least known in the Western world. The natives believe that sinicuichi has sacred or supernatural qualities, since they hold that it helps them recall events which took place many years earlier as if they had happened yesterday; others assert that they are able, with sinicuichi, to remember pre-natal events. Makes Great Tea!
1 oz $25, 4 oz $50, 8 oz $80

Sinicuichi (Sun Opener), Heimia salicifolia

Uva Ursi Leaf / Bearberry, arctostaph-ursiylo uva
          Also known as Uva-Ursi or kinnikinnick and also found under the name of Clasius, Bearberry has been an herb well-known for its medicinal uses as far back as the 13th century. Marco Polo even spoke of it, reporting that the Chinese were using it as a diuretic to treat kidney and urinary problems. Native Americans were also known to use Bearberry with tobacco and other herbs in religious ceremonies. In this circumstance it was utilized as a smudge or smoked in a pipe, with the smoke of the burned herbs carrying the smoker`s prayers. Elsewhere, the Cheyenne were also said to have found use for it in treating back sprains, while other tribes found that it was of benefit when applied to sores. European settlers often used it as well, seeking it as a treatment for diseases of the urinary system.
          Uva Ursi / Bearberry is a diuretic, urinary antiseptic, and astringent. It does not kill the bacteria that cause urinary tract infection. Instead, it releases complex polysaccharides that keep the bacteria "rooting" in the lining of the bladder and urethra, allowing the infectious microorganisms to be flushed away with the flow of urine. Most authorities on herbal medicine note that uva ursi is more effective when the urine is alkaline, that is, when plant foods (especially leafy greens and dried foods) are eaten in greater quantities than animal foods (smoked fish and hard cheese causing the greatest acidity). In addition to treating urinary tract infections (for which it is approved by the German Commission E), uva ursi has been reported effective against chronic diarrhea, E. coli, high blood pressure, and cold sores, herpes and vaginal infections. Bearberry / Uva Ursi still frequently looked to in modern holistic medicine for many of these same purposes that were known of old. Most commonly it is now used in treating diseases of the bladder, particularly those involving inflammation. Some herbalists also consider it of use as a weight-loss aid, and a great aid in helping infections heal.
          An excellent alternative to tobacco or illegal substances. Smokes cool and well, with an exquisite bouquet, great in a pipe or rolled. A natural and legal relaxant - euphoric like smoke. Uva Ursi was well-known to the Native Americans, who smoked the leaves either alone or mixed with other smoking herbs in their ceremonial pipes, believing that the smoke carried their wishes to the higher powers. They called the herb "Kinnikinnick," which roughly means "smoking mixture."
          Not surprising, then, that the leaves ingested in a tea are believed to increase psychic abilities and divination in modern magick. Powdered herb can be sprinkled around the alter area or into burning candles in divination rituals, and leaves can be made into sachets to help increase psychic powers. Dried leaves can be mixed with tobacco or other smokeable herbs and used for meditation and increased psychic abilities. Use this herb to wash your talismans or amulets, in healing spells to increase their potency or to induce visionary dreams. Used For Purification, Awareness, Joy, Boundaries, Clears Blockages, And Psychic Workings. Makes Great Tea!
1 oz $22

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Wild Dagga Flowers (Lion's Ear)
          Found only in a small section of South Africa as well as India, these flowers are part of our "Private Reserve" offerings that no other vendor offers. Find our WILD DAGGA LEAF, RESINS, & TINCTURES Category that explains the difference between the two main strains of Wild Dagga. This variety contains the large SEED PODS, which is what separates this stronger strain from the weaker Lion's Tail strain. Notice that the photos of each product are different, and there's a reason for this: Lion's Tail is weaker and less expensive (but still a very nice product). Many vendors we've found try to "pass off" that less expensive variety as "THE" infamous "Klip Dagga" variety. These are genuine Leonotis nepetifolia flowers! Makes Great Tea!
7 grams $25, 14 grams $50, 28 grams $75

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Wild Dagga Flowers (Lion's Ear)

Wild Lettuce, lactuca
Anesthetic and Sleep Aid Herbal Smoke
          Often found written as the names Bitter Letuce and Opium Lettuce, Wild Lettuce Leaf was widely used in the 19th century among many doctors as a sedative when opium could not. It also experienced a resurgence of popularity in the 1970s, where it was widely used recreationally for those psychotropic properties it possesses that are similar to opium, despite the fact that the leaf contains no opiates. The greens are also sometime harvested and added to salads, with the leaves having a somewhat more bitter taste.
          Medicinally, many herbalists still prescribe it as an anesthetic and sleep aid. The oils extracted from the leaf are sometimes used in a tea to aid in sleep, with other drinks sometimes being fashioned for this purpose by soaking the leaves in alcohol.
          Recreationally, wild lettuce leaf is also quite popular in alternative smoking blends, where the psychotropic and sedative qualities help the smoker relax. Wild Lettuce Leaf was also often used among Native Americans as part of rituals, where it helped to achieve visions and trance states, as well as aided in more vivid dreams. Makes Great Tea!
1 oz $24, 4 oz $40, 16 oz $75

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Wild Lettuce, Lactuca

Wood Betony, stachys officinalis
Tea Substitute, Herbal Smoke, Tonic for Migraines, Anxiety, Nerves, Circulation
          Today it is mostly used as an astringent, particularly in treating afflictions of the throat, mouth and gums. For this purpose you will most frequently find Wood Betony used as part of an herbal tea which is then used as a wash or gargle. Some studies have also shown that Wood Betony is quite helpful in lowering blood pressure, which also aids in treating headaches and anxiety. From its origin, it was expanded upon by herbalists of the time, including the famed Gerard of the 1500`s. The herbalists of the time frequently spoke of Wood Betony with the highest praise, viewing it as a cure for dozens of ailments if not as an outright cure all.
          The dried herb may also be smoked to relieve headache, Often considered among the most important of Anglo-Saxon herbs, Wood Betony, or Stachys officinalis, was used widely of old in the creations of charms for amulets during the mid ages. These amulets were believed to ward off evil, and spirits. Used For Purification And Protection. Makes Great Tea!
1 oz $22

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Wormwood, artemisia absinthium
Removes Worms, Malaria
          Wormwood gets its name from the mid ages as it was used in a common medieval cure for intestinal worms.
Commonly found in herbal texts and other documentation as Artemisia absinthium, or more commonly as absinthe wormwood, Wormwood is native to temperate Eurasia and Africa. In these locals it has seen a long history of use in keeping away pests and insect larvae, and has been used indoors as a repellant for fleas and moths.
          Today many herbalists know it as an aid for treating gastric pain and indigestion. It has also seen use as an antiseptic or in the treatment of fevers, where it is said to help reduce them. Some have even used it in teas for aiding with the labor pains of pregnant women. The oil of wormwood has also been used to improve circulation, and has long been prescribed by some herbalists as a general treatment for the ailments of the circulatory system. More famously, it has also been used in flavoring the notorious liquor called Absinthe, as well some other well known liquor such as bitters, vermouth and other, less well known wine and spirits. In the mid ages it was used to spice mead, Wormwood it the most important herb in ABSINTHE.
          Those who want milder effects of Wormwood may smoke it instead of ingesting it. The effect is quicker but it is also shorter. Hence, this method of use is recommended to those who have headaches, common colds or mild rheumatism. Wormwood may be used as a relaxant. With the right dosage, it can stimulate the brain to create a peaceful and calming feeling. Wormwood can also be used as a light anaesthetic. It is commonly used to give relief to menstrual cramps and muscle pains. It is also being used as a remedy for common cold, tapeworm, headaches, dysentery and even rheumatism.
          Wormwood tea can be made by using 1/2 or 1 tsp powdered wormwood in a cup of boiling water, covered and left to steep for about 15 min. Those who want milder effects of Wormwood may smoke it instead of /ingesting it. The effect is quicker but it is also shorter. Hence, this method of use is recommended to those who have headaches, common colds or mild rheumatism. Used For Psychic Powers, Calling Spirits, Love, And Protection.

Makes Great Tea!
1 oz Wormwood $23; Powdered Wormwood 1 oz $25, 4 oz $35, 8 oz $55; Or Wormwood Pills 60 for $30, 120 for $45

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Yarrow, achilea millefolium
          Yarrow Flower and Leaf has a long history of use, dating back into antiquity. As such, it has acquired many names over the years, including Achilea millefolium, nosebleed plant, old man`s pepper, sanguinary, milfoil, soldier`s woundwort, thousand leaf, and thousand seal. As one might guess from the varied names, Yarrow was often carried along with military armies on the march for the purpose of slowing and stopping the blood flow of wounds. Indeed, it was written that the Greek hero Achilles even carried it with his army to treat wounds. In the mid ages, the herb's use was extended further, and was a component Gruit, which was used to flavor beers before hops became prevalent. It was also used as a popular vegetable during the 17th century, with leaves providing a pleasant taste when they were used in a manner similar to spinach.
          Today, interestingly, many herbalists have found Yarrow to be of great use in treating colds and influenza. There is also some evidence that it provides a positive impact on the circulatory, digestive, excretory, and urinary systems. Herbalists have also applied it in the treatment of allergies that involve mucus problems, perhaps most famously for hay fever.
         Smoked as a tobacco substitute and is sometimes used to aid quitting of smoking. Yarrow is also often used in handfasting rituals and weddings, and are used in spells of divination. Yarrow sticks are used in the I CHING. Makes Great Tea!
1 oz $22


Yerba Santa, eriodictyon californicum
          Yerba Santa has been used for colds and flu as well as other respiratory ailments including asthma, bronchitis, pleurisy, whopping cough and tuberculosis. Yerba santa means holy weed. It was primarily used by Native Americans then later spread by the spanish through the Americas. Yerba santa is traditionally a relaxing calming smoke. It is a sacred herb that is an excellent smoke for ceremony, ritual, meditation, divination or personal use. The effects of smoking Santa is an experience of awakening, and a deep claiming of the soul which is why it is often referred to as the Holy herb.
          This pleasant herb is good for dressing altars and as an ingredient in a charm bag carried for protection or to increase divinatory abilities. Burned in the sick room, its fragrance helps dispel hostile spirits that might be involved in the disease. Used by Native Americans and sometimes referred to as Mountain Balm, this herb was widely prized by Native Americans for its ability to ward off negativity and provide protection and healing. The leaves were often carried by individuals to boost their spiritual strength and Psychic Powers. Makes Great Tea!

1 oz $24

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