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This page we will be updating often.....and changing the looks....so be prepared! We are constantly drying herbs that we grow ourselves and you never know what hubby has planted out in the garden!
   As we update this page, we will be listing prices and sizes of bags of herbs you may purchase!

Don't be surprised to find unusual items like belladonna, clary sage, horehound, feverfew and tansy....among other items on this page.....We prefer customers over the age of 18...


If you are epileptic avoid these oils   Rosemary, sage, bitter fennel, hyssop   Photo Toxic oils (meaning it increases the skins ability to tan and can cause sun burn) Mandarin, Tangerine, Orange, Patchouli, lemon, lime, grapefruit. Bergamot A few of the TOXIC oils-Rue, mugwort, basil, pennyroyal, thyme, Do not use when PREGNANT WARNING! -Bitter Fennel, Hyssop, Myrrh, marjoram, avoid using pennyroyal, this is not the complete list! All because something is natural does NOT mean it is safe.  . BEFORE GIVING ANY HERB TO CHILDREN consult a Dr., as with all types of medicine or herbal remedies consult a Dr. if you are pregnant or nursing

I got a request by a friend who is not used to oils or herbs to include this on my web page. I can also give advice on how to use an oil and wear to apply it most effectively if you send me an e-mail. Most people are: ok I got this oil- now what do I do with it?  That's why I have included these paragraphs on the herbs. I am more used to dealing with people who are famaliar with oils and herbs and how to use them....so please ask any questions....they are free and don't mean that I expect you to purchase something! I'd rather lose a sale than a customer!

Essential Oils What Are They Good For?

Essential oils have many properties and each oil can help in several different areas.  These are not the only essential oils that can be used, it is just a very small guideline.

Abscesses/Boils: basil, chamomile, clary sage, eucalyptus, geranium, juniper, lavender, rosemary, thyme, tea tree

Acne: aspic, calendula,chamomile, juniper, lavender,myrrh, neroli, patchouli, tea tree, thyme

Allergies: chamomile, lemon balm, rose

Anxiety: bergamot, basil, clary sage, cinnamon, coriander, jasmine, neroli, orange, pine, ylang ylang

Asthma: eucalyptus, lavender, lemon, lemon balm, rosemary

Coughs: aniseed, cypress, fennel, niaouli, thyme

Depression: bergamot, basil geranium, lavender, lemon balm, neroli, nutmeg, pine, rose, ylang ylang

Eczema: bergamot, chamomile, geranium, lavender, lemon balm, rosemary

Headache: basil, clary sage, fever few, lavender, lemon balm, marjoram, neroli, peppermint, rose, ylang ylang

Insect Bites: bergamot,lavender, lemon balm, tea tree,

Insomnia: chamomile, lavender, neroili, rose, rosewwod, marjoram, sandalwood

Menopause: clary sage, cypress, geranium, lemon balm

Sore Muscles: ginger, juniper, mint, nutmeg, peppermint, pine, rosemary, thyme

Nervousness: bergamot, coriander, fennel, lemon balm, marjoram

PMS: chamomile, clary sage, marjoram, neroli, ylang ylang

Stress: bergamot, clary sage, fennel, lavender, neroli, rose, sandalwood, vetiver

Sunburn: chamomile, lavender
There are many more uses and many other oils....always Check With a Doctor before using herbs and Oils!


For the past several years- we have had several small herb gardens around the house outside....and as you can see they are well established. These pictures were taken April 2005- and every thing is nice and green- however too cold at night to cut...But this year- things have changed!

This is our new garden at a friend's house out in the country....tilled by hubby and planted by me....and did I ever get sun burnt doing it! It's 3 times the size of our vegetable garden at the house in town and we have put in a lot of perennials! Right now- it looks rather bare compared to our established gardens- but just wait....it will catch up!

Sheep Sorrel
Sheep Sorrel, as part of the Sorrel family, was used a folk remedy for cancer. The herb relieves internal ulcers and, when applied externally, helps clear skin problems such as herpes, eczema and ringworm. Sheep Sorrel also contains silicon which aids the nervous system.
Small Bags $3.00 Big Bags $6.00


Shepard's Purse
A gentle diuretic and astringent, acting on conditions like bleeding, wounds, nose bleeds, diarrhea, excessive mentral flow and yet will stimulate a late menstruation.Here's how to make the dynamic tea for theses serious medical problems. Bring a pint of water to a boil. Add two tablespoons dried shepherd's purse. Cover, remove from heat, and steep for 45 minutes. Strain and refrigerate. Best used when cold.
Small Bags $3.00 Big Bags $6.00


Similar in many respects to peppermint,Spearmint is a good digestive tonic. It increases the secretion of digestive juices, relieves flatulence and colic, and occasionally is used as a treatment for intestinal wormsSpearmint.makes a good remedy for headaches and for minor respiratory infections, helping to check fever and congestion. Spearmint powerfully stimulates the uterine muscles and encourages menstruation. An infusion of Spearmint is used externally for the treatment of itchiness and formication (a sensation of ants crawling over the body), inflamed skin disorders such as eczema, and rheumatic conditions including gout.
Small Bags $3.00 Big Bags $6.00


It acts primarily on the G.I. tract, effective in eliminating round worm or thread worm. It eases dyspepsia and can stimulate menstruation. Works as a painkiller in a tea.
CAUTION: Should not be used for long periods of time. Not to be used while pregnant. Best to consult an Herbalist before using.

Small Bags $3.00 Big Bags $6.00

White Sage                                                         White sage is best for smudging,  For bronchial problems, one can make a mild tea from the leaves. The leaves may also be smoked to treat colds and they can be applied to the body as hair wash, hair dye, and hair straightener.  They can also rubbed onto the body as a deodorant.

Small Bags $3.00 Big Bags $6.00


Wild Cherry Bark
Medicinal Properties-astringunt,sedative,stomachic excellent in-Tuber,bronchitis,fever coughs, good for diarrhea in children...good in-indigestion,asthma,colds/flu,reduces blood pressure  Infusion/ Tea-Steep 1 tsp. bark in 1 cup hot or warm water.  Take 1-2 cups daily, a mouthful at a time.
Small Bags $3.00 Big Bags $6.00

Frankincense Tears
Dioscorides mentions the therapeutic use of the gum to treat skin disorders. Ambroise Pare, a 16th century surgeon, treated soldiers’ wounds and noted that it stopped bleeding and helped scar tissue to form quickly. Frankincense slows down breathing and produces feelings of calm. Its comforting and refreshing action is helpful for anxious and obsessional states linked to the past. Other uses for frankincense tears are: meditation, protection, purification, consecration, to cleanse space and drive away negative influences.
Small Bags $3.00 Big Bags $6.00


Henna Powder
It is for this reason that henna is applied to burns and scrapes and is often used to treat heat exhaustion and to bring down the fever of a sick person. When Henna is applied to the skin, its active elements provide cooling and astringent action along with protection against many surface fungi and bacteria. Henna can help to lower body temperature to soothe headaches, fevers, burning feet (which may be a B- Vitamin deficiency), and even hysteria or a violent temper. It may also be applied to the skin to treat a variety of rashes.
Small Bags $3.00 Big Bags $6.00

Wintergreen is strongly anti-inflammatory, antiseptic, and soothing to the digestive system. Wintergreen is an effective remedy for rheumatic and arthritic problems, and, taken as a tea, it relieves flatulence and colic. The essential oil, in the form of a liniment or ointment, brings relief to inflamed, swollen, or sore muscles, ligaments, and joints, and can also prove valuable in treating neurological conditions such as sciatica (pain resulting from pressure on a nerve in the lower spine) and trigeminal neuralgia (pain affecting a facial nerve). The oil is sometimes used to treat cellulitis, a bacterial infection causing skin to become inflamed.
Small Bags $3.00 Big Bags $6.00

White Willow Bark
Excellent aspirin substitute -has effective pain relieving and fever lowering properties. Effective in the treatment of gout, minor muscle strains, menstrual cramps, headache, and toothache. Reduces inflammation. Relieves swollen joints due to rheumatism and arthritis. As a tea: Steep 1 to 2 tsp. of powdered bark in 1 cup boiling water for eight hours; strain. Drink up to 3 cups a day. The bitter taste can be improved by mixing with honey and lemon or another herbal tea.
Small Bags $3.00 Big Bags $6.00


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