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Alfalfa Herbal Supplement

Cultivated for its nutritional value for thousands of years, alfalfa (Medicago sativa), also known as “The King of Herbs” and “The Father of All Foods,” contains several naturally occurring nutrients that have led to its widespread traditional use among herbalists to support general well being.

SKU1679

$9.95

Bilberry Herbal Supplement

The bilberry (Vaccinium myrtillus) is thought of as the American blueberry’s European cousin, with a similar flavor, though slightly more tart. Renowned by European herbalists for more than a century, bilberry has gained popularity in recent years among American herbalists and tea drinkers alike not only for its antioxidant properties, but also for its pleasant flavor.

SKU1680

$9.95

Black Cohosh Root Herbal Supplement

Black cohosh (Actaea racemosa) is so named in part due to the herb’s dark roots and in part for the Algonquin word for “rough,” referring to the plant’s knotted root structure. The roots of black cohosh have been traditionally used for more than two centuries by Native Americans and Europeans to help support women’s health.

SKU1681

$9.95

Chamomile Herbal Supplement

The yellow, daisy-like flowers of chamomile (Matricaria recutita) have been traditionally used and enjoyed since ancient Roman times as a soothing, relaxing tea as well as to help support normal digestion. Today, chamomile remains one of the most popular herbal teas available.

SKU1683

$9.95

Cranberry Herbal Supplement

Native to North America, the hardy and tangy-tasting cranberry (Vaccinium macrocarpon) was a dietary mainstay for Native Americans and early American settlers long before it became a Thanksgiving table staple. A popular ingredient in sauces, relishes and jellies, cranberry is also commonly brewed into a tea that is enjoyed by many for its numerous benefits and zesty, refreshing flavor.

SKU1682

$9.95

Dandelion Root Herbal Supplement

Often considered a pesky weed, dandelion (Taraxacum officinale) is of great value to herbalists throughout the world. Besides its traditional use to support liver function, the roasted taproot is ground and enjoyed as a coffee substitute.

SKU1684

$9.95

Elder Flower Herbal Supplement

Native to parts of Europe and North America, the elder tree (Sambucus nigra) is easily recognized by its delicate clusters of cream-colored flowers. In many ancient traditions, elder was planted for good luck. Among herbalists, elder flowers are well known for their longstanding traditional use to help support respiratory health.

SKU1685

$9.95

Fennel Herbal Supplement

Fennel (Foeniculum vulgare) was first cultivated by the ancient Romans, who used the fruits of the plant as a culinary ingredient. Fennel was also traditionally used to help alleviate bloating and gas.* The plant’s use as both a popular culinary ingredient and a digestive aid continued to grow over the centuries.

SKU1686

$9.95

Fenugreek Herbal Supplement

Fenugreek’s (Trigonella foenum-graecum) aroma and flavor have given rise to its popularity as a culinary spice. The seeds of the fenugreek plant – whose beneficial properties were first described by the ancient Egyptians in 1,500 B.C. – have long been esteemed for their traditional use to help support digestion.

SKU1687

$9.95

Ginger Root Herbal Supplement

The rhizome of the ginger plant, commonly referred to as ginger root (Zingiber officinale), is a staple in Asian cooking and has earned an equally impressive reputation for its traditional use to alleviate nausea associated with motion. Descriptions of ginger’s beneficial properties appear in ancient medical texts, and herbalists have used ginger for more than 2,000 years.

SKU1689

$9.95

Ginger-Peppermint Herbal Supplement

The rhizome of the ginger plant (Zingiber officinale) has been used for centuries in the East for its digestion-supporting properties.* Peppermint leaves (Mentha x piperita) are also popular in many countries and are brewed as a tea to support digestion.* Alvita has combined these well-known and flavorful digestive herbs to help soothe an unsettled stomach.

SKU1688

$9.95

Goldenseal Herbal Supplement

The virtues of goldenseal (Hydrastis canadensis) were first introduced to European settlers by the Iroquois and other Native American tribes, who traditionally used the root of the herb as a clothing dye as well as to support a healthy digestive tract.

SKU1691

$9.95