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By Secrets of the Tribe
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We prepare our Herbal Extract from the raw herbs which are sustainably wildcrafted in their natural habitat and/or certified organically grown. To assure thorough extraction of our herbs bioactive compounds, the herb is hand-harvested at its optimal potency, is carefully shade-dried and is then promptly extracted.Cysto Secret, Glycerite Corn Silk, Cleavers, Horsetail, Uva Ursi, Pumpkin, Buchu. Healthy Bladder Support. Alcohol Liquid Extract, Tincture Supplement. All Natural Herbal Supplements,
By Mountain Valley Seed Company
mpn: 10975, ean: 0740006005431,
Petroselinum crispum. Annual. 72 days. The flat leaf parsley has a stronger flavor then the curled varieties, an is generally preferred for cooking. Broad, dark green leaves may be cut repeatedly. Used fresh or dried. Ht. 6-8 in. Approx. 18,000 seeds/oz.Parsley Herb Seeds - Dark Green Italian Flat Leaf - 5 Lbs - Petroselinum crispum. Non-GMO - Heirloom - Open Pollinated - High Germination Rate. Seeds For: Herb Gardening & Microgreens. Days to Full Maturity: 60 -- Annual -- USDA Hardiness Zone:
By Dirt Goddess Super Seeds
Another prideful native, White Yarrow is found in all 48 contiguous states. Growing 1-3' tall, the small white flowers are in a flat topped formation and sit atop sturdy stems with lacy, fernlike foliage. Drought tolerant, White Yarrow prefers well-draining soil in full sun, though will tolerate some shade. [br] Dirt Goddess Super Seeds are fortified with Mycorrhizae, Beneficial Bacteria & Trichoderma for Superior Growth & Vigor, Organically! Mycorrhizae can provide multiple functions:
By Stone Creek Health Essentials
Marshmallow has a long history of use as a culinary and medicinal plant that spans more than 2,000 years. The ancient Romans considered marshmallow to be a delicacy, and had a preference for eating the roasted roots of the plant as a vegetable. In Syria and in other parts of the world periodically affected by famine, marshmallow is an abundant and life-saving alternative when traditional crops fail. Because inhabitants may have to survive on plant sources for food for weeks at a time,