Sheep Sorrel dried herbs herbal Tea health products 50 g herb

Regular price $9.95


SHEEP SORREL


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100% Natural Made by Nature

Our Herbs are 100% Herb
most "store bought" pills & Capsules contain large amounts of fillers & preservatives etc
When you buy our Herbs you get 100% Herb

You are buying a 50 gram sealed resealable stay fresh  bag of Sheep Sorrel



Sheep sorrel has been valued as a diuretic to remove excess fluid from the body, for urinary and kidney complaints, to strengthen the heart and for many other therapeutic uses. The leaves assist the body in throwing off viral infections. Leaves are very rich in vitamin C. No doubt the high vitamin C content is one reason the plant has been called one of the strongest antioxidant herbs we can use. Sheep sorrel has become very popular and a much sort after herb in the last few years


IF YOU ARE GATHERING INGREDIENTS  TO MAKE YOUR OWN  HERBAL TEA PLEASE SEE OUR OTHER ITEMS FOR THE OTHER ESSENTIAL INGREDIENTS. YOU WILL NEED

SLIPPERY ELM POWDER, BURDOCK ROOT, SHEEP SORREL & TURKISH RHUBARB

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As a Herbal TEA use 10-15g per cup of hot water up to 3  times a day. Taken as Tea
Or as recommended by a herbal practitioner.

MAKING AN INFUSION:
Infusions are made from the leaves, flowers, aerial parts and stems.
10g of dried herbs per cup of hot water, brewed for 15 minutes in a ceramic, stainless steel or glass teapot (or coffee percolator) DO NOT USE METAL OR ALUMINUM

In some instances can also be used in ceremonial or ritual smoke / smudging ceremonies .

PLEASE READ DISCLAIMER! DO YOUR OWN RESEARCH, WE SELL HERBS FOR RESEARCH NOT ADVICE, CURES OR TREATMENTS


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Disclaimer

Use herbs with knowledge and caution. Before using herbs learn about contraindications and warnings for usage either through the many available resources or consult with a qualified practitioner

All information presented is provided as a guideline and we do not warrant its accuracy. Information provided is based on research and data that we believe to be reliable at this time. Statements regarding health conditions are not intended to diagnose, treat, cure, or prevent any disease. Consult with a trusted healthcare professional before taking or using any herbs. Each person is different, and the way you react to a particular product may be significantly different from other people.

We sell herbs, not advice, consultations or treatments

DO NOT USE HERBS IF YOU ARE PREGNANT OR BREAST FEEDING WITHOUT CONSULTING YOUR DOCTOR


Passionflower has long been used for insomnia, epilepsy, nervousness, stomach or menstrual cramps, menopausal symptoms, headache, and hysteria. It is also sometimes used to treat the mild pain of a toothache. Tinctures are used as a sedative to calm an overactive mind. Tablets are a common over-the-counter remedy for insomnia and stress.

The plant has been used in the treatment of neuralgia and migraine headaches. It is stated that one patient suffered terribly from both and found no relief from acupuncture or osteopathy. She turned to an herbalist who prescribed passionflower in tablet form. After four days, she was relieved of the pain, which never returned.

Its tranquilizing effects help reduce anxiety and is helpful in such conditions as asthma, palpitations, high blood pressure, and muscle cramps where anxiety is a major cause.

In Mexico, passionflower tea is a much loved sedative taken at bedtime to promote sleep and relaxation.

- See more at: http://www.cloverleaffarmherbs.com/passionflower/#sthash.SQb9RCbL.p5v3uhAv.dpuf
  • anti-inflammatory
  • antispasmodic
  • sedative
  • tranquilizing

Key Components

  • flavonoids (including apigenin)
  • maltol
  • cyanogenic glycosides (gynocardin)
  • indole alkaloids (harman)

Medicinal Parts

  • Aerial parts, flowers

Traditional Uses

 Passionflower has long been used for insomnia, epilepsy, nervousness, stomach or menstrual cramps, menopausal symptoms, headache, and hysteria. It is also sometimes used to treat the mild pain of a toothache. Tinctures are used as a sedative to calm an overactive mind. Tablets are a common over-the-counter remedy for insomnia and stress.

The plant has been used in the treatment of neuralgia and migraine headaches. It is stated that one patient suffered terribly from both and found no relief from acupuncture or osteopathy. She turned to an herbalist who prescribed passionflower in tablet form. After four days, she was relieved of the pain, which never returned.

Its tranquilizing effects help reduce anxiety and is helpful in such conditions as asthma, palpitations, high blood pressure, and muscle cramps where anxiety is a major cause.

In Mexico, passionflower tea is a much loved sedative taken at bedtime to promote sleep and relaxation.

- See more at: http://www.cloverleaffarmherbs.com/passionflower/#sthash.SQb9RCbL.p5v3uhAv.dpuf

Passionflower has long been used for insomnia, epilepsy, nervousness, stomach or menstrual cramps, menopausal symptoms, headache, and hysteria. It is also sometimes used to treat the mild pain of a toothache. Tinctures are used as a sedative to calm an overactive mind. Tablets are a common over-the-counter remedy for insomnia and stress.

The plant has been used in the treatment of neuralgia and migraine headaches. It is stated that one patient suffered terribly from both and found no relief from acupuncture or osteopathy. She turned to an herbalist who prescribed passionflower in tablet form. After four days, she was relieved of the pain, which never returned.

Its tranquilizing effects help reduce anxiety and is helpful in such conditions as asthma, palpitations, high blood pressure, and muscle cramps where anxiety is a major cause.

In Mexico, passionflower tea is a much loved sedative taken at bedtime to promote sleep and relaxation.

- See more at: http://www.cloverleaffarmherbs.com/passionflower/#sthash.SQb9RCbL.p5v3uhAv.dpuf
  • anti-inflammatory
  • antispasmodic
  • sedative
  • tranquilizing

Key Components

  • flavonoids (including apigenin)
  • maltol
  • cyanogenic glycosides (gynocardin)
  • indole alkaloids (harman)

Medicinal Parts

  • Aerial parts, flowers

Traditional Uses

 Passionflower has long been used for insomnia, epilepsy, nervousness, stomach or menstrual cramps, menopausal symptoms, headache, and hysteria. It is also sometimes used to treat the mild pain of a toothache. Tinctures are used as a sedative to calm an overactive mind. Tablets are a common over-the-counter remedy for insomnia and stress.

The plant has been used in the treatment of neuralgia and migraine headaches. It is stated that one patient suffered terribly from both and found no relief from acupuncture or osteopathy. She turned to an herbalist who prescribed passionflower in tablet form. After four days, she was relieved of the pain, which never returned.

Its tranquilizing effects help reduce anxiety and is helpful in such conditions as asthma, palpitations, high blood pressure, and muscle cramps where anxiety is a major cause.

In Mexico, passionflower tea is a much loved sedative taken at bedtime to promote sleep and relaxation.

- See more at: http://www.cloverleaffarmherbs.com/passionflower/#sthash.SQb9RCbL.p5v3uhAv.dpuf

The name is derived from its beautiful flowers thought to represent the crucifixion – five stamens for the five wounds, three styles for the three nails, and white and purple-blue for purity and heaven.

The Aztecs called the plant "snake tongue" and used it in remedies for snakebite, fevers, and other ailments. The herb has long been used by Native Central and North Americans for medicinal purposes.

The fruit was called "granadilla" because of its resemblance to "granadas" or pomegranates.

The Cherokee drank a root infusion to treat liver problems, while the Housma used a tea as a blood tonic. The Cherokee used the plant topically to treat boils, wounds, and earaches. They also used it as a food.

- See more at: http://www.cloverleaffarmherbs.com/passionflower/#sthash.SQb9RCbL.p5v3uhAv.dpuf

The name is derived from its beautiful flowers thought to represent the crucifixion – five stamens for the five wounds, three styles for the three nails, and white and purple-blue for purity and heaven.

The Aztecs called the plant "snake tongue" and used it in remedies for snakebite, fevers, and other ailments. The herb has long been used by Native Central and North Americans for medicinal purposes.

The fruit was called "granadilla" because of its resemblance to "granadas" or pomegranates.

The Cherokee drank a root infusion to treat liver problems, while the Housma used a tea as a blood tonic. The Cherokee used the plant topically to treat boils, wounds, and earaches. They also used it as a food.

- See more at: http://www.cloverleaffarmherbs.com/passionflower/#sthash.SQb9RCbL.p5v3uhAv.dpuf

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