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Health Benefits of Organic Herbs

Organic herbs are preferable to non-organics because they are not grown using chemical fertilizers or chemical pesticides. Chemicals can leave residues on plant matter, and work their way into the plant’s roots, leaves, stems, flowers or bark, and this means that they can reach your body if you were to ingest them. Instead, a healthier alternative is to forgo the chemicals and stick with organic herbs. Organic herbs and spices add zesty flavor to recipes, drunk as tea and several can also be used for medicinal purposes. Our, organic herbs provide a tantalizing alternative to herbs grown with chemicals. Our herbs and our Smoking Mixtures are certified through the Oregon Tilth Certified Organic and are fully compliant with the USDA National Organic Program.

We are committed to your health and to give you well over 30 organic herbs to choose from (USDA Certified Organic), without the use of synthetic fertilizers, pesticides, or herbicides of any kind. Our organic herbs contain no addictive ingredients, so there is no risk of developing a long-term chemical dependency.

Herbal medicine is as old humankind and as widespread as the occurrence of communities. Herbal medicine is based on an intimate, practical knowledge of plants handed down for hundreds of generations, while acknowledging the unique needs of individuals. While diet, exercise, and increased self-awareness form the foundation of health, fresh herbal therapy provides one of the key elements in the process of self-care.

Certain organic herbs also make fragrant teas. Peppermint or chamomiles have been used for centuries to soothe the stomach and provide a relaxing tonic before bedtime to help bring on restful sleep. Our organic herbs can also be combined into unique tea blends to satisfy your specific tastes. If you need a sweet-tasting pick me up that doesn’t come loaded with calories, try a tea blend of peppermint, chamomile, licorice root and cinnamon. Each of these organic herbs is lovely on its own, but when blended together, it provides dynamic contrasts that will heighten your taste sensory pleasure.

For educational purposes only! This information has not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration. This information is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure, or prevent any disease.

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