• 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.”


  • Blue Lotus

    Blue Lotus

    Known for its historical significance in ancient Egyptian culture, star-shaped light blue flowers, and psychoactive properties.


  • Blue Vervain

    Blue Vervain

    Known for its stiffly erect stems, long opposite leaves with serrated margins, and clusters of small purple flowers.


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    Cat’s Claw

    Known for its anti-inflammatory, antiviral, and immune-boosting effects traditionally used in South and Central American cultures.


  • Skullcap


    Known for its traditional use as a nervine, potential anxiolytic properties, and active flavonoid compounds.


  • California Poppy

    California Poppy

    Known for its vibrant orange flowers, use as a mild sedative, and status as the state flower of California.


  • St. John’s Wort

    St. John’s Wort

    Known for its yellow flowers with black dots, use as a natural antidepressant, and interactions with various medications.


  • Nettle Leaf

    Nettle Leaf

    Known for its stinging hairs, nutritional richness, and medicinal properties addressing inflammation and urinary health.


  • Motherwort


    Known for its cardiac tonic properties, calming effects on the nervous system, and support for women’s reproductive health.


  • Kava Kava

    Kava Kava

    Known for its anxiolytic properties, cultural significance in the South Pacific, and potential liver toxicity risks.


  • Passiflora (Passion Vine)

    Passiflora (Passion Vine)

    Known for its complex flowers, climbing growth through tendrils, and traditional use in herbal medicine for its sedative and anxiolytic properties.


  • Catnip


    Known for its sedative effects on humans, euphoric reaction in cats, and traditional medicinal applications in soothing stomach issues and aiding sleep.


  • Sacred Lotus (Nelumbo nucifera)

    Sacred Lotus (Nelumbo nucifera)

    Known for its cultural significance in Asian religions, traditional medicinal use, and distinctive aquatic flowering presence.


  • Passionflower


    Known for its intricate flowers, calming medicinal properties, and diverse range of active compounds such as flavonoids and alkaloids.


  • Spearmint


    Known for its refreshing fragrance, square-shaped stems, oval-shaped leaves with toothed edges, and small variably colored flowers.


  • Yarrow


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


  • Red lotus (Nymphaea pubescens)

    Red lotus (Nymphaea pubescens)

    Known for its hairy leaves, round floating and heart-shaped submerged leaves, and ability to thrive in freshwater environments.


  • Calea Zacatechichi

    Calea Zacatechichi

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


  • Peppermint


    Known for its cooling menthol aroma, digestive benefits, and use in culinary and medicinal applications.


  • Mullein


    Known for its tall, wooly stalk, soothing respiratory effects, and traditional medicinal uses.


  • Calendula


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


  • Red Raspberry leaves

    Red Raspberry leaves

    Known for their potential medicinal properties, particularly in women’s health, and containing active compounds such as flavonoids, tannins, and ellagic acid.


  • Damiana


    Known for its traditional use as an aphrodisiac, aromatic leaves, and potential medicinal benefits for sexual health and mood disorders.


  • Lavender


    Known for its fragrant purple flowers, calming properties, and usage in aromatherapy, perfumery, and culinary applications.


  • Hops


    Known for its use in brewing to add bitter flavors, its sedative properties, and its role in traditional medicine.


  • Lemon Balm

    Lemon Balm

    Known for its calming properties, lemon scent, and use in traditional and modern herbal medicine.


  • Rose petals

    Rose petals

    Known for their aromatic fragrance, vibrant colors, and potential antioxidant and anti-inflammatory properties.


  • Orange Mint

    Orange Mint

    Known for its citrusy fragrance, medicinal properties, and antioxidant compounds.


  • Chocolate Mint

    Chocolate Mint

    Known for its aromatic leaves with a unique blend of mint and chocolate scents, used in culinary and decorative applications.


  • Mugwort


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


  • Marshmallow Leaf

    Marshmallow Leaf

    Known for its mucilaginous properties, soothing effects on mucous membranes, and historical medicinal uses.


  • Lemongrass


    Known for its lemony aroma, culinary versatility, and potential medicinal properties.


  • White Sage

    White Sage

    Known for its white-woolly appearance, strong sage-like aroma, and traditional use in Native American smudging ceremonies.


  • Sagebrush


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


  • Angelica Root

    Angelica Root

    Known for its therapeutic qualities, Angelica root is praised for antioxidant, antimicrobial, and anti-inflammatory properties, and is commonly used in traditional medicine, particularly in Asia and Europe.


  • Sweet flag

    Sweet flag

    Known for its aromatic, stimulant qualities and widespread use in traditional medicine for gastrointestinal and inflammatory conditions.


  • Marshmallow root

    Marshmallow root

    Known for its mucilaginous roots, herbal medicine applications, and sweet, herbaceous flavor.


  • Wild dagga flowers

    Wild dagga flowers

    Known for its vibrant orange flowers, traditional medicinal use, and mild psychoactive effects.


  • Wormwood


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


  • Skunk Cabbage

    Skunk Cabbage

    Known for its early spring blooming, foul odor reminiscent of a skunk, and thermogenic properties.


  • Coltsfoot


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