The various health benefits and healing qualities of herbs have been known for generations.

In herbal medicine the term herbs is used loosely to refer not only to herbaceous plants but also to bark (Oak Bark), roots (Astragalus Root), leaves (Birch Leaf), seeds (Fenugreek seeds), flowers (Elderberry Flowers) and fruit (Barberry Fruits).

Many herbs and teas offer harmless subtle ways to improve your health. Herbs are rich in flavonoids, vitamin C, or the carotenoids which may enhance immune function.

Herbs are widely available in many different forms depending on your particular needs. People can use powdered herbs in meals, fresh or dried herbs in teas, or the essential oils aromatically and topically. If you’re looking for a more natural way to ease your discomfort, there are many different herbal options out there.

Whilst we do not advocate the use of herbs in lieu of a doctor’s visit, we do recommend the use of herbs to treat minor day-to-day ailments, including headaches, sunburn, bruises, hay fever and many others.