• Yarrow


    Known for its small, clustered white flowers, feathery leaves, and traditional wound-healing properties.


  • Chamomile


    Known for its calming effects, apple-like taste, and use in treating sleep disorders, anxiety, and gastrointestinal conditions.


  • Wild lettuce

    Wild lettuce

    Known for its sedative and pain-relieving properties, and historically termed “opium lettuce.”


  • Calea Zacatechichi

    Calea Zacatechichi

    Known for its traditional use in inducing vivid dreams and purported medicinal benefits, despite limited scientific evidence.


  • Calendula


    Known for its vibrant yellow and orange flowers, anti-inflammatory properties, and versatility in culinary, cosmetic, and medicinal applications.


  • Mugwort


    Known for its aromatic leaves, traditional medicinal uses, and presence in various cultural practices.


  • Sagebrush


    Known for its aromatic qualities, resilience in arid conditions, and traditional medicinal uses by indigenous cultures.


  • Wormwood


    Known for its bitter taste, potential medicinal benefits, and historical use in the production of absinthe.


  • Coltsfoot


    Known for its early spring bright yellow flowers, traditional use in respiratory ailments, and potential hepatotoxicity due to pyrrolizidine alkaloids.