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Forager’s Way Herbal Botanicals

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Products are developed on a seasonal basis. Availability varies depending on the season. Email Vickie@ecoimages.us  for an updated listing.

Herb Seasoning

  • Nettles – source of vitamins; add to soups, vegetables, salads
  • Prickly Ash – adds zing to vegetables and meats
  • Rosemary – digestion; memory
  • Sumac – contains malic acid and citric acid; add to fish, chicken, vegetables
  • Zest!!! with turmeric, black pepper, and prickly ash seeds
  • Spring Burst with rosemary, pine pollen, and yaupon matcha

Tinctures

  • Black Willow – headache, pain, inflammation
  • Bugleweed – coughs, colds; hyperthyroidism
  • Chanca piedra; Stonebreak – supports kidney and bladder health
  • Chickweed – nutritive; helps with skin conditions; diuretic, vulnerary, demulcent
  • Cleavers – lymphatic cleanser
  • Elderflower – diaphoretic; helps with colds and flu, fever
  • Elderberry Syrup – supports the immune system; flu prevention
  • Linden – sedative
  • Mimosa – mood elevator, stress
  • Mulberry – nutritive, hydration
  • Passionvine – sedative, calming
  • Prickly Ash – mouthwash; circulation stimulant
  • Red Clover – estrogenic; menopausal symptoms
  • St. Johnswort – supports the nervous system; antiviral
  • Sea Rocket – nutritive
  • Shatavari – supports women’s reproductive health
  • Skullcap – sedative, calming
  • Sweetgum – cold and flu prevention
  • Thistle – liver cleanser
  • Turmeric – anti-inflammatory
  • Usnea lichen – antibiotic; helps with respiratory and sinus infections
  • Wild Black Cherry – cough suppressant
  • Wild Ginger Syrup – supports heart and respiratory health
  • Wild Rose – cooling and refreshing
  • Yarrow – wound healer; astringent; fevers

Herbal Teas

  • Spearmint – supports the digestive system
  • Yaupon – native caffeine source
  • Chanca piedra, Stonebreak – supports kidney and bladder health
  • Sumac-Ade – contains citric acid and malic acid; makes a lemon-like beverage Salves
  • Soothing Salve with St. Johnswort and lemon balm – antiviral
  • Rid Itch Salve with plantain, yarrow, chickweed, comfrey, and violet leaves – helps relieve poison ivy, insect bites, bee stings .

Teas, Books, Moss Gardens


Yaupon Holly

Yaupon Holly

Yaupon Holly is a member of the holly family with evergreen leaves and waxy, red berries that ripen just in time for the December holiday season. The leaves are sustainably harvested, dried, and roasted to make a stimulating tea that contains caffeine, theobromine, and antioxidants.

Yaupon is available from Wild Woods Farm in loose leaf, dried and roasted, by the pound, in 3-oz. bags, or as sampler tea bags. It is also available by the pound unroasted.

• loose leaf, roasted and ground – $12/3 oz

Yaupon available in light, medium, and dark roast.Yaupon available in light, medium, and dark roast.
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Sumac Ade - Nature's lemonade

by Vickie

Sumac Ade - Nature's lemonade

Sumac is a member of the cashew family with large, compound leaves and clusters of berries that turn red when ripe. Fruits are covered with bright red hairs that are tart with malic acid. They also contain ascorbic acid (vitamin C) and tannic acid. Berries are dried and ground into a powder and infused in hot or cold water to make a tart, lemonade-like beverage that is cooling in the summer.

Cost: $5.00 per 2 oz., dried and ground


Herb-A-Day

by James A. Duke, Ph.D.

Herb-A-Day… is a compilation of articles written over the past 20+ years, gently edited or sometimes updated a tad, that describes usage, benefits and research on more than 150 herbs in use today. The book includes detailed line-art illustrations provided by his wife Peggy. Personal anecdotes of Jim Duke’s experiences with herbs are both entertaining and informative. The book is divided by geographic regions that include Australia, Africa, Europe, Latin America, North America, and the Mid-East.

Paperback, 488 pages, illustrations, Cost: $15.00 plus Shipping


Herbistatins by James A. Duke, Ph.D. with Judith L. SnyderHerbistatins

by James A. Duke, Ph.D. with Judith L. Snyder

Illustrated by Peggy K. Duke

With uncertainty of the use of synthetic statins to prevent heart attacks and the lack of proof that statins lessen the risks of heart attack in women, if not sometimes in men, many are looking for alternatives. Is your doctor, or the FDA, or you sure that the synthetic statin is preventing heart atttacks? Has your doctor, he or she, told you that there is no proof that statins lessen the risks of heart attack in women, if sometimes not in men? Has he or she told you that the following wholesome foods lower the bad LDL cholesterol and raise the good HDL and have fewer negative side effects? Maybe they are even better than the statins your doctor prescribes.

5 1⁄2 x 8 1⁄2 inches softcover

192 pages

29 b/w line drawings

30 color line drawings

ISBN: 978-0938423-07-2

The cost is $10.00 plus Shipping


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