Rare Herbs

Rare Herbs

  • Costmary flowers - (Tanacetum balsamita)
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    Costmary Seeds - (Tanacetum balsamita)

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    Costmary - The Biblical Herb and So Much More Costmary is not as common as in the past, but its charming appearance, sweet fragrance and history are filled with fascinating tales from across the globe. Costmary is also called mace, Alecost and...
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  • Epazote - (Chenopodium ambrosioides)
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    Epazote Seeds - (Chenopodium ambrosioides)

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    Epazote - The Magical Herb This annual Mexican herb has a pungent aroma, spear-shaped, deeply toothed leaves and green flowers. It is also known as Wormseed, American Wormseed, Mexican Tea or Herba Sancti Mariae.  Details Epazote's fragrance is...
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  • Licorice - (Glycyrrhiza glabra)

    Licorice Seeds - (Glycyrrhiza glabra)

    Licorice A perennial herb having a network of woody rhizomes and erect stems with pale purple or white flowers. Plants are ready for harvesting after 3-5 years, the entire plant is dug up and the rhizomes are cut and washed. History One of the...
  • Sculpit /Stridolo - (Silene inflata)
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    Sculpit /Stridolo Seeds - (Silene inflata)

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    Sculpit/Stridolo - the Rare Italian Herb Sculpit or Stridolo is a fast-growing, mild-mannered annual blending complex flavors of Chicory, Arugula, Tarragon and other favorite greens. It's milder than that would suggest, with a flavor all its own...
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    Stevia / Sweet Herb - (Stevia rebaudiana)

    Stevia / Sweet Herb Seeds - (Stevia rebaudiana)

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    Stevia / Sweet Herb Stevia is a tropical annual with very sweet leaves that yield the substance "stevioside'. Leaves are 100-300 times sweeter than table sugar, have virtually no calories and are not broken down by heat. History In Japan, artificial...
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  • Tarahumara Chia plants with flowers - (Salvia tiliifolia)
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    Tarahumara Chia Seeds - (Salvia tiliifolia)

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    Tarahumara Chia  Spikes of small, vibrant blue flowers bloom in summer. Chia was the basic survival ration of Aztec warriors. In Mexico, the seeds are still roasted, ground and added to water, forming a gel, one tablespoon of which is said to...
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