Note: All items with the stock number- #HH following the name of the item will take from 2-3 weeks for delivery. These items are not imported or stocked with us so your savings are increased. We purchase these items directly from the USA wholesaler on an as needed basis.
Please keep in mind that the turn around time for all items marked with stock #HH is 2-3 weeks. If you order other items in the same order not marked with a #HH stock number, they will all be sent at the same time unless y ...(more)
The daisy-like feverfew was once believed to have been used to save the life of someone who had fallen from the Parthenon, the temp of the goddess Athena on the Acropolis in Athens, hence its scientific name parthenium. Feverfew was used to treat menstrual cramps in young women in Greek medicine, and also for colic, inflammation fever, insect bites, psoriasis, toothache, vertigo and arthritis in the Middle Ages. Currently feverfew is among the world's bestselling herbs, used primary to tre ...(more)
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Tribulus terrestris is a taprooted herbaceous perennial plant that grows as a summer annual in colder climates.
The use of tribulus terrestris extract can be dated back to ancient times in China where it was most often used for treating health problems pertaining to the urinary system. It is also mentioned in Greek history that the extract was used to treat problems relating to the nervous and digestive system. T. terrestris has ...(more)
Turnera diffusa and Turnera aphrodisiaca has the same medicinal properties, whereas Turnera ulmifolia looks the same but has a different chemistry.
Damiana is a small shrub reaching a height of 4 to 6 feet (1-2 meters), bearing sweet-smelling, serrated leaves growing 4 to 10 inches (10-25 cm) long. Small, yellow flowers bloom in summer and are followed by small fruits with a fig-like taste. The Greeks named it aphrodisiakos, and it was known as the "goddess of love". Th ...(more)
Cramp bark is a large deciduous shrub growing as much as 15 feet (5 m) tall and 15 feet wide. It is native to the moist lowland forests of England and Scotland and naturalized to moist forests of the northern United States and southern Canada. The bark is stripped before the leaves change color in the fall, or before the buds open in the spring. A member of the honeysuckle family, cramp bark bears large white flowers, up to 5 inches (12 cm) across that yield red berries in the fall. The be ...(more)