A – Z of Herbs

Medicinal Herbs D-K

Damiana Leaf


Damiana has an ancient, erotic reputation, particularly amongst Mexican Indians – Damiana leaves were not only prescribed as an aphrodisiac, but also as a tonic for overall health.


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Dandelion Leaf


This one time “cure all” of herbal medicine has sadly become thought of as a weed by modern gardeners. Luckily, the humble dandelion is making a comeback,


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Dandelion Root


This one time “cure all” of herbal medicine has sadly become thought of as a weed by modern gardeners. Luckily, the humble dandelion is making a comeback,


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Devils Claw


Ancient African healers would use this root to treat a wide spectrum of complaints, ranging from pain during child birth, fevers, wounds and joint pain to its most common application for indigestion.


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Dong Quai Root


Also known as “female ginseng” in the Orient, Dong Quai is often referred to as the “Empress of Herbs”


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Echinacea Leaf


Discovered by the Great Plains Indian tribes, Echinacea has been used as an effective herbal remedy for over 400 years.


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Echinacea Root


Discovered by the Great Plains Indian tribes, Echinacea has been used as an effective herbal remedy for over 400 years.


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Elderberry



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Elderflower


Hippocrates, the ancient Greek known as the “father of medicine,” who described this plant as his “medicine chest” for the wide variety of ailments it seemed to cure.


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Elecampane Powder

According to Hippocrates it stimulates the brain, kidneys, stomach and uterus. He also used it to treat chronic skin eruptions, itching and pain caused by animal bites (a very real danger back in the day).


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Eucalyptus Leaf



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Eyebright


Eyebright has been traditionally used to treat all manner of eye maladies including; inflammation, conjunctivitis, red-eye, styes, itchy eyes, stinging eyes and weak vision.


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Feverfew



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Fo-ti root Powder



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Frankincense Resin



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Gentian Root



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Ginkgo Biloba Leaf


Ginkgos are revered throughout Asia where this ancient tree has come to symbolise longevity and enlightenment


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Ginseng Siberian



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Ginseng Siberian Powder



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Goats Rue



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Goldenrod



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Gotu Kola


Gotu Kola has been used by monks and Yogis of the Far East for centuries as a means to enhance their concentration during meditation


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Green Tea Jasmine



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Green Tea Sencha



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Guarana Powder



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Gymnema Leaf



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Gymnema Powder



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Hawthorn Berries



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Hawthorn Flowers



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Hibiscus



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Hops



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Horny Goat Weed



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Horsetail


Dating back to prehistoric times, Horsetail grew when the dinosaurs roamed the earth.


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Hydrangea



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Hyssop



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Icelandic moss



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irish moss



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kelp



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