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  • Poppy - Tobacco Cutting...

    €15.00

    Botanic Name : Papaver rhoeas Papaveraceae

    Common Poppy has always been know to procure a peaceful sleep. Egyptians disposed petals in the tombs to ensure a « calm sleep » to the deceased.

    Relaxing,  Common Poppy has appeasing virtues that allow you to find your sleep easily and to fight against insomnia. It helps against hoarseness, soothes the throat, this plant favours  expectoration and liberates from painful digestion. We advise you to complement it with another plant to intensify its effects. 

    Packaging :

    In 15g pots : organic plants in tobacco cut

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  • White dead-nettle - Organic...

    €8.00

    Botanic Name : Lamium album Lamiaceae

    In the flower language, White dead-nettle represents the mischief of someone hiding behind another name. On May the 1st , it symbolises mockery. It used to be « archangelic » for it « made the heart merry ».

    White dead-nettle does not sting and has many virtues. It helps with elimination of humour. Cooling and tonifying, ideal for difficult mornings.

    Packaging :

    In bag of 40G : organic plants in flowering tops for herbal tea 

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  • Common Mullein - Organic...

    €8.00

    Botanic Name : Verbascum thapsus Scrofulariaceae

    In the 17th century, Trévoux's Dictionnary mentions  Common Mullein in treatments for "chest illnesses, stomach aches, dysentery and illnesses of the foundation". Imported in Northern America, the leaves were smoked by the natives to treat pulmonary disorders.  Common Mullein used to be considered as being "magical", because it was used to conjure curses.

    As an infusion, the plant is interesting against coughing and colds. Traditionnaly used against rheumatisms,  Common Mullein has also strong detoxifying effects.

    Packaging :

    In bag of 40G : organic whole leaf plants for herbal tea 

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  • Borage - Organic flowering...

    €8.00

    Botanic Name : Borago officinalis Boraginaceae

    In Antiquity and the Middle Ages, Borage was used as an aphrodisiac, and even as a tonic and energising drug. Traces of these practices can be found in Europe and Asia Minor. Its flowers and leaves have long been used in cooking, to garnish salads.

    Borage is a plant with various virtues. It is used as a detoxifier and slightly laxative. Its properties are also known to promote breathing and combat coughing. It also relieves contractures linked to repetitive movements and allows sweating. Gives back energy.

    Packaging :

    In bag of 40G : organic plants in flowering tops for herbal tea 

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  • Garlic Mustard - Whole...

    €8.00

    Botanic Name : Sisymbrium alliaria Brassicaceae

    During the Middle-Ages, Garlic Mustard dried leaves were sometimes snorted, as we did later with tobacco. It used to be taken to fight against bronchitis, asthma and eczema, and in external application, it soothes minor wounds, helped to mend slow healing skin problems, rheumatisms and gout.

    Garlic Mustard has a slight effect on the automatic protection of the body. Rich in pro-vitamin A and vitamin C. Traditionnally used against rheumatisms, asthma and gout. Known to have a healing effect for the mouth, as a gargle .

    Packaging :

    In bag of 40G : organic whole leaf plants for herbal teas 

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  • Cardoon - Organic whole...

    €8.00

    Botanic Name : Cynara cardunculus Asteraceae

    Source of minerals, vitamins and oligo-elements. Cardoon is a detoxifying plant that completes the filter actions of the body. Regulates energy drops.

    IlWe are unfortunately not allowed to publish the indications as well as the properties of the plant under the Regulation (EC) No 1924/2006 of the European Parliament and of the Council of 20 December 2006 on nutrition and health claims made on foods  and the Royal Decree of august 29th  1997 Art.5bis integrated by Royal Decree 2003-05-15/86, art.4 in effect as of 18-07-2003 as well as Royal Decree 2006-08-05/82, art.2,007 in effect on 20-10-2006.

    Packaging :

    In bag of 40G : organic whole leaf plants for herbal tea 

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