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Aloe Vera

Aloe Vera has been used by ancient Chinese and Egyptians for thousands of years and supports digestion, moisturizes and hydrates skin

Asian Yam

A fibrous root vegetable that is commonly used to support regulated intestinal movement and also used in soups and stews


A widely used herb with many medicinal benefits and a good source of antioxidants. Best known for its ability to stimulate the immune system*


A great source of vitamins and minerals.They have high nutrient density and are a great way to naturally sweeten and flavor anything*

Heirloom Banana

A great source of vitamins and minerals.They have high nutrient density and are a great way to naturally sweeten and flavor anything*


Cacao is known as a superfood because of its potent antioxidants and high mineral content. Ours are also organic and fair trade certified*


Also known as marigold, this flower has been used all over the world for various ailments both internally and externally


A daisy like flower that is a great source of antioxidants and a storied mediterranean herb that supports relaxation and sleep


Used in Chinese Medicine to clear heat and toxicity, this flower also reduces inflammation on the skin

Citrus Peel

A wonderful pungent herb that increases qi and vital fluid circulation. A natural cleanser that has a mild protective energy for your little one*


Codonopsis is also an excellent blood tonic and a major immune system tonic. Codonopsis is extremely effective at boosting vitality and relieving a sense of general fatigue.

Cypress Fruit

In TCM, the fruit, seeds, stems, and leaves are used to treat skin disorders including eczema and scabies. It is known for its antifungal properties.

Fennel Seed

Used as a spice in Indian cooking it is traditionally chewed after a meal to support healthy secretion of digestive juices. You might recognize it on your way out of your local Indian restaurant*

Field Mint

TCM uses this wild crafted variety of mint to dispel heat and calm itching. A soothing and calming herb that will naturally benefit your little one

Fo-ti Stem

Aids in sleep and is also known as "Vine to pass through the night." Used for constipation and skin problems.


Increases circulation, acts as a natural cleanser, is warming and enlivening to the senses. Acts as a harmonizer making the herbal formula cooperate*

Goji Berry

Ancient tales tell of goji berries being used by royal families in their bath water. Goji is heralded as a super food with untapped external benefits*


Used for centuries in Ayurvedic traditions to support moisture content on skin and maintain the hair's natural barrier

Irish Moss

Contrary to it's name is actually a seaweed that is harvested in the north Atlantic. Soothes the skin and is high in minerals*

Job's Tears

A culinary grain commonly used in breakfast cereals is used traditionally to suppress the allergic responses in the skin.


The flavonoids in Kuzu can bolster the body’s reaction to constipation and indigestion


Lavender can stimulate hair growth, thicker and faster. It also has antimicrobia properties that help prevent bacteria and fungi from growing, may relieve itchy or dry scalp. Calming.

Licorice Root (ingestible)

A native plant to the Mediterranean region and is now grown throughout the world is a culinary delicacy that is also used medicinally to support mood

Licorice Root (topical)

native to the Mediterranean region and now grown throughout the world, Licorice is used topically for its skin-soothing antioxidants and hydration

Poria Mushroom

A subterranean mushroom that grows around red pine tree roots, this mushroom lifts the spirit and is packed with beneficial nutrients.


May help restore the beneficial bacteria in the digestive tract. A healthy probiotic colony supports the immune function and digestive tract*


Quina has been used in TCM to tonify qi and is widely known as a grain alternative high in nutrients like calcium and protein


Safflower oil prevents dryness and roughness on the skin. It also removed excess dirt and oil. The hyrdrating properties lend skin a healthy glow, promote elasticity and reduce the appearance of wrinkles.

Shrubby Sophora

Shrubby Sophora has been used in Traditional Chinese Medicine to clear heat, dry dampness, and stop itching.

Silk Tree Flower

A beautiful sweetly fragrant flower that is also known as Albizia or Mimosa flower. Traditionally used to lift the spirit and calm the soul*

Sprouted Rice

A culinary staple and is a good plant based source of minerals; also supports healthy digestion


Considered the mushroom of beauty in Asian medicine traditions. Tremella grows in forests and can also be used to make a medicinal pudding

Turmeric (ingestible)

A superfood that is one of the worlds most popular herbs is used for a variety of reason including to support frayed nerves*

Turmeric (topical)

one of the world’s most popular herbs and is used for a variety of reasons including as an anti-inflammatory and to heal wounds


Not only does vanilla smell great, it is also rich in antioxidants and a great way to reduce the amount of sugar needed while still making things taste great

Yacon Root

Contains a nutrient called fructooligosaccharides (FOS) that acts as a prebiotic which promotes growth in probiotics

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