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Bali Commercial Premium Powdered Kratom
Bali Commercial Premium Powdered Kratom
 
CAPSULE MACHINE
CAPSULE MACHINE
 

Golden Reserve Enhanced Kratom Powder
Golden Reserve Enhanced Kratom Powder
 

Kratom Full Spectrum Isolate Extract
Kratom Full Spectrum Isolate Extract
 

Kratom Isolate Extract (Mitragyna Speciosa)
Kratom Isolate Extract (Mitragyna Speciosa)
 

Live Kratom Plants
Live Kratom Plants (OUT OF STOCK)
 

Maeng Da Kratom - Mitragyna speciosa
Maeng Da Kratom - Mitragyna speciosa
 

Malaysian Kratom - Mitragyna speciosa
Malaysian Kratom - Mitragyna speciosa
 

Micro Powdered Indonesian Kratom
Micro Powdered Indonesian Kratom
 

Mitragyna speciosa - Kratom Powdered Extract
Mitragyna speciosa - Kratom Powdered Extract
 

Mitragynine 10%
Mitragynine 10%
 

Red-vein Indo Kratom - Mitragyna speciosa
Red-vein Indo Kratom - Mitragyna speciosa
 

Super Indo Kratom
Super Indo Kratom
 

Thailand Kratom - Mitragyna speciosa 15x Powdered Extract
Thailand Kratom - Mitragyna speciosa 15x Powdered Extract
 

Thailand Kratom 8:1 Resin Extract
Thailand Kratom 8:1 Resin Extract
 

Ultra-Enhanced Indonesian (UEI) Kratom
Ultra-Enhanced Indonesian (UEI) Kratom
 
MATCHA Premium - Japanese Green Tea
Date Added: Saturday 16 May, 2009
MATCHA - Premium Quality Japanese Green Tea Our Genuine Japanese Green Teas come directly from Japan, Uji region, the birthplace of Japanese Green Tea.         The highest quality Matcha is exclusively grown and produced in the rolling hills of Uji, in the ancient city of Kyoto. Japanese tea culture, such as the tea ceremony, was developed in Kyoto. It is one of the reasons the techniques of growing highest grade Matcha intensively accumulated in the Uji region. Matcha Premium is one of the highest quality Matcha teas produced in Japan. Matcha Premium is carefully grown clo...

GYOKURO Premium - Japanese Green Tea
Date Added: Saturday 16 May, 2009
GYOKURO - Premium Quality Japanese Green Tea Our Genuine Japanese Green Tea come directly from Japan, Uji region, the birthplace of Japanese Green Tea.         Gyokuro was developed at Uji in Kyoto, the ancient capital of Japan. Even today, it is grown almost exclusively in the Kyoto region. Among many regional varieties of Gyokuro, which is the finest grade of Japanese tea, Uji Gyokuro is said to be the best. Carefully grown under diffused sunlight for 20 to 30 days before harvest, Gyokuro has several unique features: an elegant aroma, a sweetness of taste, and a light green ...

SENCHA Premium - Japanese Green Tea
Date Added: Saturday 16 May, 2009
SENCHA - Premium Quality Japanese Green Tea Our Genuine Japanese Green Tea come directly from Japan, Uji region, the birthplace of Japanese Green Tea.         Sencha contains more of the beneficial nutrient catechin than other green teas, because it is grown in full sunlight, thus it becomes yellowish green in colour. Sencha tastes gently astringent and smells wonderfully fresh. Sencha Premium is one of the high-quality green teas available, being carefully selected from Uji Sencha. Our Sencha Premium's tea leaves are sprouts that are small and soft and not fully-grown. They ...

 

Salvia Divinorum -   Sampler Pack
Date Added: Friday 06 March, 2009
Sample pack of Salvia divinorum. 14 grams foliage, 1 gram Salvia 5x, 1 gram Salvia divinorum 10x and 1 gram Salvia 20x extract. A $41 value for $30. Salvia Divinorum is one of about 2,000 varieties of sage. Although Salvia Divinorum has been known and used for centuries by the Mazatec Indians, the use was concentrated in a small area in the Oaxacan Mountains and wasn't known outside of its ...

Red Puff
Date Added: Friday 27 February, 2009
Red Puff ™ from Shaman Haven™ Red Puff is the newest offering from our Shaman Haven line. It is sort of the anti-thesis of contemporary herbal smoking products, actually proclaiming a distinct character that is entirely its own. Red Puff is an uplifting and invigorating, yet laid back, sensuous smoke containing Yi Mu Cao, Jiao Gu Lan, Lotus and Wild Dagga flower stamens, Pagoda flower, Bupleurum, Griffonia and Eurycoma longifolia. The smoking of herbs dates back to the origins of herbalism itself and is still engaged within contemporary herbalism and Shamanism to this day. Just 2-4 draws of Red ...

Prayer Smoka
Date Added: Friday 27 February, 2009
PRAYER SMOKA™ Smoka from Shaman Haven™ We are pleased to feature this Amanita Muscaria infused smoking blend. Prayer Smoka contains an exotic blend of sacred herbs. Amanitia Muscaria, Pagoda Flower, Buplerum, Bacopa monnieri and Illustrious Kudengcha are synergized in a vanilla vodka cure, resulting in a psychical and savory smoking experience. Prayer Smoka is guaranteed to awaken & invigorate the third eye! There is nothing else like Prayer Smoka, it is a must-have for smoke blend enthusiasts. Smokers appreciate its moderate, but very noticable effects in heightening mood, contemplation, creativity, sensuality, spirituality an...

Trichocereus 6" inch Variety Package (Out Of Stock)
Date Added: Friday 27 February, 2009
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White Cedar - Cedrus libani
Date Added: Friday 27 February, 2009
White Cedar - Cedrus libani Also called arborvitae, which means 'tree of life.' Explorer Jacques Cartier dubbed it this name after Native Americans taught him and his men that White Cedar foliage cures scurvy. White Cedar has been used for centuries as a smudging incense to bless a new home before moving in. The scent not only purifies, but also attracts good energy and is said to enhance psychic powers when used in rituals. Our powerfully aromatic White Cedar is also wonderful in potpouri....

San Pedro Cactus 6" inch Cuttings
Date Added: Sunday 30 November, 2008
San Pedro Cactus - 6" inch Cuttings Trichocereus Pachanoi San Pedro Cactus - Trichocereus Pachanoi Trichocereus Pachanoi (San Pedro Cactus) is native to the high Andes. The San Pedro Cactus is a very hardy and easy to grow columnar cactus, often growing a foot per year and reaching heights of over 15 feet (40 feet has been recorded). San Pedro Cactus is ribbed, with usually 6 to 8 ribs. San Pedro Cactus is a branching cactus and often has many side arms. Trichocereus Pachanoi (San Pedro Cactus) is the most common and well known of the Trichocereus. It was named after Saint Peter supposedly because it was, like Peter, t...

Shamans Choice Power Cactus Pack - $60
Date Added: Monday 14 July, 2008
Shamans Choice Power Pack - $60 12" inch Trichocereus Pachanoi 12" inch Trichocereus Bridgesii 12" inch Trichocereus Macrogonus   ...

Khat Seeds - 200 Catha edulis Seeds for $80
Date Added: Saturday 12 July, 2008
Catha edulis - 200 Khat Seeds for $80 Catha edulis, Khat, was extremely popular in ancient Egypt. Khat was used to increase conversation. Khat is little-known today outside its common use by Arab males in Yemen. The United States has seen some popularity growth for Khat, but it is mostly limited to Arab immigrants. Khat foliage is illegal in the U.S. Catha Edulis (Khat) Seeds:...

Rivea Corymbosa Seeds - 500 Grams seeds for $400
Date Added: Saturday 12 July, 2008
Ololiuquis Seeds - Rivea corymbosa - 500 Grams seeds for $400 (around 10,000 seeds) Ololiuqui is closely related to the Morning Glories....

Salvia Divinorum Foliage - 1 KILO for $150
Date Added: Saturday 12 July, 2008
Salvia Divinorum Foliage - 1 KILO Foliage for $150 Salvia Divinorum is one of about 2,000 varieties of sage. Although Salvia Divinorum has been known and used for centuries by the Mazatec Indians, the use was concentrated in a small area in the Oaxacan Mountains and wasn't known outside of its extremely limited range until a Gordon Wasson-Albert ...

Blue Lotus - 1 KILO for $100
Date Added: Saturday 12 July, 2008
Nymphaea caerulea - Blue Lotus - 1 KILO for $100 Nymphaea Caerulea (Blue Lotus) was held in very high esteem by the ancient Egyptians. Blue Lotus was worshipped as a visionary plant and was a symbol for the origins of life. The Egyptians believed that the world was originally covered by water and darkness. A Blue Lotus sprang up from the water and opened its petals to reveal a young god...

San Pedro Cactus  8-12" inch Rooted Cactus
Date Added: Tuesday 18 March, 2008
San Pedro Cactus 8-12" inch Rooted Cactus Trichocereus Pachanoi San Pedro Cactus - Trichocereus Pachanoi Trichocereus Pachanoi (San Pedro Cactus) is native to the high Andes. The San Pedro Cactus is a very hardy and easy to grow columnar cactus, often growing a foot per year and reaching heights of over 15 feet (40 feet has been recorded). San Pedro Cactus is ribbed, with usually 6 to 8 ribs. San Pedro Cactus is a branching cactus and often has many side arms. Trichocereus Pachanoi (San Pedro Cactus) is the most common and well known of the Trichocereus. It was named after Saint Peter supposedly because it was, like Peter...

San Pedro Cactus 20 to 24" inch Rooted Cactus
Date Added: Tuesday 18 March, 2008
San Pedro Cactus 20 to 24" inch Rooted Cactus Trichocereus Pachanoi San Pedro Cactus - Trichocereus Pachanoi Trichocereus Pachanoi (San Pedro Cactus) is native to the high Andes. The San Pedro Cactus is a very hardy and easy to grow columnar cactus, often growing a foot per year and reaching heights of over 15 feet (40 feet has been recorded). San Pedro Cactus is ribbed, with usually 6 to 8 ribs. San Pedro Cactus is a branching cactus and often has many side arms. Trichocereus Pachanoi (San Pedro Cactus) is the most common and well known of the Trichocereus. It was named after Saint Peter supposedly because it was, lik...

San Pedro Cactus 12" inch Rooted Cactus
Date Added: Tuesday 18 March, 2008
San Pedro Cactus - 12" inch Rooted Cactus Trichocereus Pachanoi San Pedro Cactus - Trichocereus Pachanoi Trichocereus Pachanoi (San Pedro Cactus) is native to the high Andes. The San Pedro Cactus is a very hardy and easy to grow columnar cactus, often growing a foot per year and reaching heights of over 15 feet (40 feet has been recorded). San Pedro Cactus is ribbed, with usually 6 to 8 ribs. San Pedro Cactus is a branching cactus and often has many side arms. Trichocereus Pachanoi (San Pedro Cactus) is the most common and well known of the Trichocereus. It was named after Saint Peter supposedly because it was, like Pe...

San Pedro Cactus 12" inch Cuttings
Date Added: Tuesday 18 March, 2008
San Pedro Cactus - 12" inch Cuttings Trichocereus Pachanoi San Pedro Cactus - Trichocereus Pachanoi Trichocereus Pachanoi (San Pedro Cactus) is native to the high Andes. The San Pedro Cactus is a very hardy and easy to grow columnar cactus, often growing a foot per year and reaching heights of over 15 feet (40 feet has been recorded). San Pedro Cactus is ribbed, with usually 6 to 8 ribs. San Pedro Cactus is a branching cactus and often has many side arms. Trichocereus Pachanoi (San Pedro Cactus) is the most common and well known of the Trichocereus. It was named after Saint Peter supposedly because it was, like Peter, ...

San Pedro Cactus  6" inch Crest Cutting
Date Added: Tuesday 18 March, 2008
San Pedro Cactus 6" inch Crest Cutting Trichocereus Pachanoi San Pedro Cactus - Trichocereus Pachanoi Trichocereus Pachanoi (San Pedro Cactus) is native to the high Andes. The San Pedro Cactus is a very hardy and easy to grow columnar cactus, often growing a foot per year and reaching heights of over 15 feet (40 feet has been recorded). San Pedro Cactus is ribbed, with usually 6 to 8 ribs. San Pedro Cactus is a branching cactus and often has many side arms. Trichocereus Pachanoi (San Pedro Cactus) is the most common and well known of the Trichocereus. It was named after Saint Peter supposedly because it was, like Peter...

San Pedro Cactus Seed Pack
Date Added: Tuesday 18 March, 2008
San Pedro Cactus Seed Pack Trichocereus Pachanoi San Pedro Cactus - Trichocereus Pachanoi Trichocereus Pachanoi (San Pedro Cactus) is native to the high Andes. The San Pedro Cactus is a very hardy and easy to grow columnar cactus, often growing a foot per year and reaching heights of over 15 feet (40 feet has been recorded). San Pedro Cactus is ribbed, with usually 6 to 8 ribs. San Pedro Cactus is a branching cactus and often has many side arms. Trichocereus Pachanoi (San Pedro Cactus) is the most common and well known of the Trichocereus. It was named after Saint Peter supposedly because it was, like Peter, thought to...

Amanita Muscaria var. formosa
Date Added: Tuesday 18 March, 2008
Amanita Muscaria var. formosa - Fly Agaric Mushrooms Amanita muscaria var. formosa is yellow to light orange in color, unlike it's red cousin Amanita muscaria var. musaria. Amanita muscaria has historical use as far back as we have history, and it shouldnt be hard to suppose that prehistoric humans, in their activities as hunter/gatherer, recognized that there were mushrooms and other plants that had benefits not related to hunger. Today Amanita muscaria var. formosa are not as well known as the red Fly Agaric Mushrooms. All Amanita Muscaria Products...

Eastern European Amanita Muscaria, Grade A
Date Added: Tuesday 18 March, 2008
Eastern European Amanita Muscaria Caps (Fly Agaric Mushrooms, Amanitas) Amanita muscaria, the highly visible and strikingly beautiful mushroom, also known as the Fly Agaric, is yellow to red in color and speckeled with white. Amanita muscaria is probably humanity's oldest entheogen. Amanita muscaria's history has it associated with both Shamanic and magical practices...

Washington Amanita Muscaria, Grade A+ Caps
Date Added: Tuesday 18 March, 2008
Washington State Amanita Muscaria Caps (Fly Agaric Mushrooms, Amanitas) Amanita muscaria, the highly visible and strikingly beautiful mushroom, also known as the Fly Agaric, is yellow to red in color and speckeled with white. Amanita muscaria is probably humanity's oldest entheogen. Amanita muscaria's history has it associated with both Shamanic and magical practices...

Latvian Amanita Muscaria, Grade A Caps
Date Added: Tuesday 18 March, 2008
Latvian Amanita Muscaria Caps (Fly Agaric Mushrooms, Amanitas) Amanita muscaria, the highly visible and strikingly beautiful mushroom, also known as the Fly Agaric, is yellow to red in color and speckeled with white. Amanita muscaria is probably humanity's oldest entheogen. Amanita muscaria's history has it associated with both Shamanic and magical practices. ...

Siberian Amanita Muscaria - Grade A (OUT OF STOCK)
Date Added: Tuesday 18 March, 2008
Siberian Amanita Muscaria Caps (Fly Agaric Mushrooms, Amanitas) Amanita muscaria, the highly visible and strikingly beautiful mushroom, also known as the Fly Agaric, is yellow to red in color and speckeled with white. Amanita muscaria is probably humanity's oldest entheogen. Amanita muscaria's history has it associated with both Shamanic and magical practices. ...

Amanita Muscaria Extract
Date Added: Tuesday 18 March, 2008
Amanita Muscaria (Fly Agaric Mushrooms, Amanitas) Amanita muscaria, the highly visible and strikingly beautiful mushroom, also known as the Fly Agaric, is yellow to red in color and speckeled with white. Amanita muscaria is probably humanity's oldest entheogen. Amanita muscaria's history has it associated with both Shamanic and magical practices. ...

Salvia Divinorum -   Dried, Powdered Foliage
Date Added: Tuesday 18 March, 2008
Salvia Divinorum Powdered Foliage Salvia Divinorum is one of about 2,000 varieties of sage. Although Salvia Divinorum has been known and used for centuries by the Mazatec Indians, the use was concentrated in a small area in the Oaxacan Mountains and wasn't known outside of its extremely limited range until a Gordon Wasson-Albert Hoffman e...

Salvia Divinorum - 20x Standardized Extract
Date Added: Tuesday 18 March, 2008
Salvia Divinorum 20x Standardized Extract Salvia Divinorum is one of about 2,000 varieties of sage. Although Salvia Divinorum has been known and used for centuries by the Mazatec Indians, the use was concentrated in a small area in the Oaxacan Mountains and wasn't known outside of its extremely limited range until a Gordon Wasson-Albert ...

Salvia Divinorum - 15x Standardized Extract
Date Added: Tuesday 18 March, 2008
Salvia Divinorum 15x Standardized Extract Salvia Divinorum is one of about 2,000 varieties of sage. Although Salvia Divinorum has been known and used for centuries by the Mazatec Indians, the use was concentrated in a small area in the Oaxacan Mountains and wasn't known outside of its extremely limited range until a Gordon Wasson-Albert ...

Salvia Divinorum - 10x Standardized Extract
Date Added: Tuesday 18 March, 2008
Salvia Divinorum 10x Standardized Extract Salvia Divinorum is one of about 2,000 varieties of sage. Although Salvia Divinorum has been known and used for centuries by the Mazatec Indians, the use was concentrated in a small area in the Oaxacan Mountains and wasn't known outside of its extremely limited range until a Gordon Wasson-Albert ...

Salvia Divinorum -  5x Standardized Extract
Date Added: Tuesday 18 March, 2008
Salvia Divinorum 5x Standardized Extract Salvia Divinorum is one of about 2,000 varieties of sage. Although Salvia Divinorum has been known and used for centuries by the Mazatec Indians, the use was concentrated in a small area in the Oaxacan Mountains and wasn't known outside of its extremely limited range until a Gordon Wasson-Albert H...

Salvia Divinorum - 20x Extract
Date Added: Tuesday 18 March, 2008
Salvia Divinorum 20x Extract Salvia Divinorum is one of about 2,000 varieties of sage. Although Salvia Divinorum has been known and used for centuries by the Mazatec Indians, the use was concentrated in a small area in the Oaxacan Mountains and wasn't known outside of its extremely limited range until a Gordon Wasson-Albert Hoffman exped...

Salvia Divinorum - 15x Extract
Date Added: Tuesday 18 March, 2008
Salvia Divinorum 15x Extract Salvia Divinorum is one of about 2,000 varieties of sage. Although Salvia Divinorum has been known and used for centuries by the Mazatec Indians, the use was concentrated in a small area in the Oaxacan Mountains and wasn't known outside of its extremely limited range until a Gordon Wasson-Albert Hoffman exped...

Salvia Divinorum - 10x Extract
Date Added: Tuesday 18 March, 2008
Salvia Divinorum 10x Extract Salvia Divinorum is one of about 2,000 varieties of sage. Although Salvia Divinorum has been known and used for centuries by the Mazatec Indians, the use was concentrated in a small area in the Oaxacan Mountains and wasn't known outside of its extremely limited range until a Gordon Wasson-Albert Hoffman exped...

Salvia Divinorum -  5x Extract
Date Added: Tuesday 18 March, 2008
Salvia Divinorum 5x Extract Salvia Divinorum is one of about 2,000 varieties of sage. Although Salvia Divinorum has been known and used for centuries by the Mazatec Indians, the use was concentrated in a small area in the Oaxacan Mountains and wasn't known outside of its extremely limited range until a Gordon Wasson-Albert Hoffman expedi...

Salvia Divinorum -   Dried Foliage
Date Added: Tuesday 18 March, 2008
Salvia Divinorum Foliage Salvia Divinorum is one of about 2,000 varieties of sage. Although Salvia Divinorum has been known and used for centuries by the Mazatec Indians, the use was concentrated in a small area in the Oaxacan Mountains and wasn't known outside of its extremely limited range until a Gordon Wasson-Albert Hoffman expedition...

San Pedro Cactus - Rooted Specimen Cacti (Out of Stock)
Date Added: Tuesday 23 October, 2007
San Pedro Cactus - Rooted Specimen Cacti: We have a limited number of San Pedro Cactus with multiple branches available. They are all rooted with several branches. They are approximately 18 to 24 inches tall with about 4 total feet of cactus (total length from all branches)....

Silene Capensis - Xhosa Dream Herb
Date Added: Monday 10 September, 2007
Silene Capensis - Xhosa Dream Herb Silene Capensis (Xhosa Dream Herb) Silene capensis is a tender perennial native to Eastern Cape South Africa where the “Xhosa” regard it as a sacred plant with the ability to induce remarkably vivid and prophetic lucid dreams. Silene capensis is regarded by many as a more powerful inducer of lucid dreams than even Dream Herb (Calea zacatechichi) or African Dream Herb, Entada rheedii. We offer chopped whole root pieces of Silene capensis. ...

Pedicularis Densiflora - Indian Warrior
Date Added: Monday 10 September, 2007
Pedicularis Densiflora - Indian Warrior Indian Warrior (Pedicularis densiflora) is the most potent species of Pedicularis. Known for its powerful sedating and tranquilizing effects, we have great confidence in these beautiful magenta colored buds. Pedicularis densiflora (Indian Warrior) was used medicinally as a muscle relaxant and is thought to be smoked by at least one Native American tribe for its narcotic effects and is reported to produce a delightful smoke. Buds and Flowering Tops: ...

QUE SHE - Weight Loss Pills
Date Added: Monday 10 September, 2007
QUE SHE - Weight Loss A Revolution in Weight Loss Que She ( Pronounced Kay She ) is truly and simply a revolution in weight loss. It’s a dietary supplement made from an all natural blend of extracts from 16 Chinese herbs. How It Works Que She really does produce results! You will lose weight. Que She works with your body to help your body work more efficiently. Your metabolism increases naturally. Your food is digested faster and more efficiently. You wont lose your appetite, but you will eat less naturally and be less hungry because your body is using what it gets more effeciently. You will feel better and have m...

Live Plants - Salvia Divinorum (Ships in 2-4 Weeks)
Date Added: Monday 10 September, 2007
Salvia Divinorum - Live Plant Salvia divinorum Plants: These Salvia divinorum plants are clones of the same plants that produce our Oaxacan-grown foliage. The plants are harvested by the Mazatec Indians in Mexico and then shipped in directly to us. Growing Salvia Divinorum plants is easy. Just keep them moist. They like high-humidity and it is a good idea to mist them a couple times a day for the first couple weeks you get them. You can gradually begin to aclimate them to your home environment. Salvia divinorum plants are easy to grow as a house plant. They do well in a sunny window. Just make sure the soil stays damp. ...

Epithelantha bokei - Boke's Button
Date Added: Monday 10 September, 2007
Epithelantha bokei - Boke's Button Epithelantha bokei (Boke's Button Cactus, Living Rocks) These rare and obscure "Living Rock" cacti are a must have for the cactus enthusiast. The Boke's Button is very resistant to drought and does well in full sun. We have a limited quantity of these phenomenal 1-2'' buttons. ...

Ariocarpus Fissuratus - Living Rock
Date Added: Monday 10 September, 2007
Ariocarpus Fissuratus - Living Rock Ariocarpus fissuratus (Living Rock, Hikuli) These extremely rare and slow growing cacti are fractally aesthetic to the eye. Highly revered by the Tarahumara, this cactus is equally as beautiful as it is unique. Respected as much as the little deer, a four inch button can take up to 80 years to grow in the wild! Our 2 to 3 inch Ariocarpus fissuratus cacti are about 15-years-old and the 3 to 4 inch Living Rocks are 20 to 25-years-old.   ...

Trichocereus 'Huasca' Hybrid Cactus
Date Added: Monday 10 September, 2007
Trichocereus Hybrid (Huasca) Trichocereus 'Huasca' hybrid: We are now able to offer stunning 18'' rooted 'huasca' hybrids that are branching out like crazy with new pups. Our highly aesthetic hybrids are proud to have come from a strong genetic heritage. The translucent yellow spines only compliment the gorgeous red flowers that bloom in more abundance than any other Trichocereus species.   ...

Trichocereus Brevispinulosus Cactus
Date Added: Monday 10 September, 2007
Trichocereus brevispinulosus Cactus Trichocereus brevispinulosus Trichocereus brevispinulosus is a beautiful Trichocereus cactus. Not seen very often. We think that most all of the Trichocereus brevisinulosus in the US today are decended from a couple of cacti brought from S.America in 1983 by Karl Knize. We have heard rumors that these rare cactus are very intelligent. We dont know about that, but Trichocereus brevispinulosus are definately interesting and lovely. 6 inch and 12 inch Trichocereus brevispinulosus cuttings. ...

Edible Lime - Powdered Sea Shells
Date Added: Tuesday 17 April, 2007
We are offering Calcium hydroxide, also called limbux or slaked lime , from Nepal. Lime is used in Betel Nut quids to increase the bioavailability of the plant alkaloids. In addition to hydrated lime we also carry Powdered Sea Shells. Powdered Sea Shells were traditionally used as a component of entheogenic snuffs. Edible Lime and Powdered Sea Shells for sale....

Yucca filamentosa - Yucca Root
Date Added: Friday 08 December, 2006
Yucca Root - Yucca filamentosa Yucca Root treats inflammation, joint pain associated with osteoporosis and rheumatoid arthritis. ...

Withania somnifera - Ashwagandha
Date Added: Friday 08 December, 2006
Withania somnifera - Ashwagandha Ashwagandha is extensively used in Ayurvedic medicine. It is supposed to have anti-inflammatory, anti-tumor, anti-stress, antioxidant, mind-boosting, immune-enhancing, and rejuvenating properties. We offer fresh Ashwagandha powder. ...

Vitex agnus-castus - Vitex Berries
Date Added: Friday 08 December, 2006
Vitex Berries - Vitex agnus-castus Vitex Berries have been used for centuries to treat constipation, flatulence, and hangovers, and to bring on menstruation and lactation. In modern herbal medicine, the herb is mainly used to treat breast swelling and breast pain caused by excessive secretion of the hormone prolactin during PMS or cyclic mastalgia. The herb can lengthen the proliferative (first) phase of the menstrual cycle, and also relieve water weight, headache, and fatigue. ...

Viburnum opulus - Cramp Bark
Date Added: Friday 08 December, 2006
Cramp Bark - Viburnum opulus Cramp Bark, as its name suggests, is used to treat cramps and spasms of all types. The bark is antispasmodic, astringent, and sedative, especially in the uterus. Cramp bark is used to relieve menstrual cramps and spasms after childbirth and to prevent miscarriage. The herb is used in combinations to treat asthma and nervous tension. ...

Verbascum densiflorum - Mullein
Date Added: Friday 08 December, 2006
Mullein - Verbascum densiflorum The soothing mucilage of mullein coat sore throats and make coughing more productive. Also helps when quitting smoking. ...

Vaccinium myrtillus - Bilberry Fruit
Date Added: Friday 08 December, 2006
Bilberry Fruit - Vaccinium myrtillus Bilberry Fruit is used in cooking and in jams, and also improves night vision. The effect of bilberry on night vision is most consistent in people who have poor night vision. The herb probably will not improve night vision in people who already have good night vision. ...

Uncaria tomentosa - Cat's Claw Bark
Date Added: Friday 08 December, 2006
Cat's Claw Bark - Uncaria tomentosa The traditional application of cat’s claw has been to treat rheumatoid arthritis. The herb is also used for stomach ulcers, gastritis, eczema, "break-bone fever," and liver diseases. Recent clinical studies find that the herb is useful for relieving knee pain. Since the 1980Ís, cat claw’s most common use in modern herbal medicine is an immune stimulant. The oxindole alkaloids in cat’s claw strengthen the immune system and also improve circulation by lowering blood pressure. The master rain forest herbalist Leslie Taylor has used cat’s claw tinctures and teas to treat cancer and HIV wit...

Tussilago farfara - Coltsfoot
Date Added: Friday 08 December, 2006
Coltsfoot - Tussilago farfara Coltsfoot is an demulcent, expectorant and tonic. One of the most popular of cough remedies. It is generally given together with other herbs possessing pectoral qualities, such as Horehound, Marshmallow, Ground Ivy, etc. ...

Trigonella foenum- Fenugreek Seed
Date Added: Friday 08 December, 2006
Fenugreek Seed - Trigonella foenum An extract equivalent to 1-3 tablespoons of fenugreek seeds to the daily diet of diabetics significantly lowered blood sugars, HbA1C, triglycerides, and total cholesterol while raising HDL ("good") cholesterol, but most North Americans, Australians, and Europeans would find the bitter taste difficult. Encapsulated forms are most easily tolerated. Poultices of fenugreek seeds are a traditional remedy for furuncles, boils, and eczema. ...

Trifolium pratense - Red Clover Blossom
Date Added: Friday 08 December, 2006
Red Clover Blossom - Trifolium pratense The fluid extract of Red Clover Blossom is used as an alterative and antispasmodic. An infusion made by 1 OZ. to 1 pint of boiling water may be used in cases of bronchial and whooping-cough. Fomentations and poultices of the herb have been used as local applications to cancerous growths. ...

Tilia europaea - Linden Flower
Date Added: Friday 08 December, 2006
Linden Flower - Tilia europaea Modern herbalists prescribe linden flowers as a treatment for sore throats and colitis. The mucilage in the flowers coat mucous membranes to soothe inflammation and irritation. ...

Taraxacum officinale - Dandelion Root
Date Added: Friday 08 December, 2006
Dandelion Root - Taraxacum officinale Dandelion root is a mild chloretic, that is, an agent for stimulating the release of bile from the liver into the gallbladder. The herb is used to support treatment of a variety of liver and gallbladder disorders, especially the incomplete digestion of fats. The release of bile is laxative, and accelerates the breakdown of various steroid hormones, causing an indirect, favorable effect on eczema and other skin conditions. Dandelion root also is one of the best herbal diuretics. It stimulates urination but also replaces the potassium lost to the increased volume of urine. ...

Tanacetum parthenium - Fever Few
Date Added: Friday 08 December, 2006
Fever Few - Tanacetum parthenium Feverfew can help prevent migraine headaches, but the effects are usually not noticed for several weeks and vary among individual migraine sufferers. The herb is most likely to be helpful for migraine sufferers who also have allergies or asthma.The leaves and flowering heads are anti-inflammatory, antispasmodic, aperient, bitter, carminative, emmenagogue, sedative, stimulant, stings, stomachic, vasodilator and vermifuge. The plant is gathered as it comes into flower and can be dried for later use. Use with caution, the fresh leaves can cause dermatitis and mouth ulcers if consumed. A tea...

Tabebuia impetiginosa - Pau d'Arco
Date Added: Friday 08 December, 2006
Pau d'Arco - Tabebuia impetiginosa This is inner bark wildharvested in Brazil. There is a great deal of practical evidence that Pau d'Arco can be used with success to treat colds, flu, sore throat, and yeast infections, and there is laboratory evidence that the herb contains compounds that protect against tropical diseases, specifically malaria, schistosomiasis, and tropical fevers. We offer powdered bark and cut and sifted bark. ...

Symphytum officinale - Comfrey Root
Date Added: Friday 08 December, 2006
Comfrey Root - Symphytum officinale Comfrey Root is a demulcent, mild astringent and expectorant. It forms a gentle remedy in cases of diarrhea and dysentery. In some parts of Ireland Comfrey is eaten as a cure for defective circulation and poverty of blood, being regarded as a perfectly safe and harmless remedy. Comfrey roots, together with Chichory and Dandelion roots, are used to make a well-known vegetation 'Coffee,' that tastes practically the same as ordinary coffee, with none of its injurious effects. ...

Stevia rebaudian - Stevia
Date Added: Friday 08 December, 2006
Stevia - Stevia rebaudiana Stevia is primarily used to sweeten teas, foods and drinks. It is also known to stimulate alertness and counter fatigue; facilitate digestion and gastrointestinal functions; regulate blood glucose levels; nourish the liver, pancreas and spleen; help the body sustain a feeling of vitality and well-being and external application for blemishes. Some stevia and stevioside users report a decrease in desire for sweets and fatty foods. Additionally, some users have reported that drinking stevia tea or stevia enhanced teas helped to reduce their desire for tobacco and alcoholic beverages. We offer St...

Stellaria media - Chickweed
Date Added: Friday 08 December, 2006
Chickweed - Stellaria media Chickweed is a "drawing herb," once thought to remove toxins from the skin, now more typically explained as a microcirculatory stimulant for the skin. Chickweed may be employed to treat acne, abscesses of the skin, and eczema, as well as duodenal and peptic ulcers. ...

Stachys officinalis - Wood Betony
Date Added: Friday 08 December, 2006
Wood Betony - Stachys officinalis Centuries of European herbalists used wood betony as a calming remedy and to treat eczema, hives, and shingles. Wood betony teas also treat sore throats caused by allergies or colds, heartburn, and inflammation due to infections of the urinary tract. The herb is used in combination with other treatments to remove intestinal parasites. ...

Silybum marianum - Milk Thistle Seed
Date Added: Friday 08 December, 2006
Milk Thistle Seed - Silybum marianum Milk Thistle has been used for congestion of the liver, spleen, and kidneys. Milk thistle seed has the same healing effect on the liver without interfering with the organ’s ability to detoxify drugs or environmental chemicals, and a side benefit of normalizing blood lipids as the liver heals. ...

Serenoa repens - Saw Palmetto Berry
Date Added: Thursday 07 December, 2006
Saw Palmetto Berry - Serenoa repens Saw palmetto berries have a gentler effect on the hormone 5-dehydrotestosterone, helping preserve male potency while offering a wider range of effects to treat the conditions. In cases of prostate infection, the berries gently stimulate urination, causing the infectious microorganisms to be "flushed out" with urine. ...

Senna alexandrina - Senna Leaf
Date Added: Thursday 07 December, 2006
Senna Leaf - Senna alexandrina Senna encourages bowel movement by inhibiting the smooth muscles that retain stool and stimulating the smooth muscles that push stool through the intestine. The herb doesn’t work unless the sennosides in the herb are transformed into rheinanthrones by beneficial bacteria in the colon. ...

Schisandra chinensis - Schisandra Berries
Date Added: Thursday 07 December, 2006
Schisandra Berries - Schisandra chinensis Schisandra has the ability to help those that suffer from Hepatitis. The lignans in the berry appear to protect the liver by stimulating cells that produce much needed antioxidants. Because of its adaptogenic properties, it has been applied next to some herbal medicines like Ginseng as a stimulator for the central nervous system, increased brain efficiency, improved reflexes, and an accelerated rate of endurance. ...

Satureja parvifolia - Muna Muna
Date Added: Thursday 07 December, 2006
Satureja parvifolia - Muna Muna Little known Incan aphrodisiac. Said to be more "light" than Yohimbe. ...

Sassafras albidum - Sassafras
Date Added: Thursday 07 December, 2006
Sassafras - Sassafras albidum The traditional use of sassafras tea in herbal medicine is to help the immune system recover from a bout with poison oak or sumac, especially when the leaf has been chewed and peri anal inflammation has resulted. Sassafras tea is also used to induce sweating to break a fever, and in douches to relieve inflammation caused by urinary tract infection in women. The essential oil is applied to the scalp to treat lice. ...

Salvia officinalis - Sage
Date Added: Thursday 07 December, 2006
Sage - Salvia officinalis Sage is a stimulant, astringent, tonic and carminative. Has been used in dyspepsia, but is now mostly employed as a condiment. The most valued application of Sage is as a wash for the cure of affections of the mouth and as a gargle in inflamed sore throat, being excellent for relaxed throat and tonsils, and also for ulcerated throat. The gargle is useful for bleeding gums and to prevent an excessive flow of saliva. The infusion made strong, without the lemons and sugar, is an excellent lotion for ulcers and to heal raw abrasions of the skin. It has also been popularly used as an application to t...

Salix alba - White Willow Bark
Date Added: Thursday 07 December, 2006
White Willow Bark - Salix alba The analgesic action of willow bark depends on symbiotic or "friendly" intestinal bacteria to digest is components into painkilling forms. Aspirin does not require digestion by intestinal bacteria, and works more quickly. Willow bark, on the other hand, continues to provide pain relief longer than aspirin. Unlike aspirin, the salicylates in willow bark do not increase the risk of bleeding. They do not usually irritate the lining of the stomach. For these reasons, willow bark may be useful for people who have chronic joint pain but cannot take NSAIDs or COX-2 inhibitors. ...

Rubus idaeus - Raspberry Leaf
Date Added: Thursday 07 December, 2006
Raspberry Leaf - Rubus idaeus Raspberry Leaf has been used for centuries as a folk medicine to treat canker sores, cold sores, and gingivitis in persons of all ages and anemia, leg cramps, diarrhea, and morning sickness in pregnant women, and as a uterine relaxant. Has been found that women who drank raspberry leaf tea had shorter labor, and fewer of their babies were delivered by forceps. ...

Rosa gallica - Rose Petals
Date Added: Thursday 07 December, 2006
Rose Petals, Pink - Rosa gallica Rose Petals are used medicinally for the preparation of an infusion and as a confection. ...

Rosa canina - Rose Hips
Date Added: Thursday 07 December, 2006
Rose Hips - Rosa canina The petals are employed medicinally for the preparation of an infusion and a confection.   ...

Rhodiola rosea - Golden Root
Date Added: Thursday 07 December, 2006
Golden Root - Rhodiola rosea Rhodiola rosea (Golden Root) has compared favorably to Ginseng in studies, showing that it is effective in improving cognitive function, immune system, enhancing athletic performance, promoting weight loss, and relieving stress. Our Rhodiola is grown on an herb farm and was slowly air dried to preserve its properties. ...

Rhamnus purshiana - Cascara Sagrada Bark
Date Added: Thursday 07 December, 2006
Cascara Sagrada Bark - Rhamnus purshiana Conventionally oriented physicians recommended Cascara Sagrada to patients suffering constipation after surgery for hemorrhoids. The 1,8-dihydroxy-anthracenes in cascara sagrada act on the nerves in the intestinal tract, numbing the nerves that hold back stool and stimulating the nerves that propel stool downward. If you experience cramping, you’ve used too much. ...

Polygonum multiflorum - Fo-Ti Root
Date Added: Thursday 07 December, 2006
Fo-Ti Root - Polygonum multiflorum The traditional indication for Fo-ti is insomnia with nightmares. Fo-ti is a mild stimulant to estrogen production in women, making it appropriate for treating a variety of undesirable symptoms in menopause.   ...

Plantago psyllium - Psyllium
Date Added: Thursday 07 December, 2006
Psyllium - Plantago psyllium Psyllium Husks can be used to treat chronic constipation; disorders in which easy bowel movements with a loose stool are desirable, e.g., in patients with anal fissures, hemorrhoids, following anal/rectal surgery; during pregnancy; as a secondary medication in the treatment of various kinds of diarrhea and in the treatment of irritable bowel.The latest application of psyllium husks is in treating diabetes. It can lower fasting blood sugars, lower glycosylated hemoglobin (HbA1C) and increase HDL ("good") cholesterol. Psyllium Seed can be used to treat chronic constipation; disorders in which e...

Pimpinella anisum - Anise Seed
Date Added: Thursday 07 December, 2006
Anise Seed - Pimpinella anisum A teaspoon of freshly ground anise seed brewed into a tea can help relieve congestion from allergies, colds, or flu, and settle upset stomach with gas. It is also antiseptic, antispasmodic, and soporific and that a few seeds taken with water will often cure hiccups. The process of heating anise in baked goods releases compounds that act as very mild stimulants. The anethole released in grinding and baking slows the decay of the baked goods that otherwise might result from fungi or molds. Anise is also used to flavor many herbal other herbal medicines.   ...

Phoradendron flavescens - Mistletoe Herb
Date Added: Thursday 07 December, 2006
Mistletoe Herb Also known as Phoradendron flavescens, American Mistletoe, Christmas Mistletoe, American and Oak Mistletoe. The Druids believed that mistletoe protected its possessors from all misfortunes, and used it as an aphrodisiac, an antidote for poison, and to bestow long life and fertility. One strain of Christian myth teaches that the mistletoe was once the tree that was used for the lumber to make the cross; the plant shriveled in shame and became a parasite. Mistletoe teas slow the pulse and lower blood pressure. They are most appropriate for treating the symptoms of high blood pressure, for example, headaches...

Paullinia cupana - Guarana beans
Date Added: Thursday 07 December, 2006
Paullinia cupana - Guarana beans Guarana beans (Paullinia cupana) is a climbing shrub native to Brazil and Uruguay. The Guarana beans contain caffeine. ...

Passiflora incarnata - Passionflower
Date Added: Thursday 07 December, 2006
Passionflower - Passiflora incarnata Passionflower has been used as a calmative and sleeping aid for over 200 years by herbalists in Texas, Mexico and Central America. Passionflower relieves muscle tension, lowers blood pressure and calms anxiety. Passionflower is also a source of chrysin, a chemical that helps the body release testosterone. Chrysin stimulates the production of testosterone, and thus can seldom aggravate conditions caused by excessive testosterone (baldness and prostate problems in men, unusual aggression, hair growth, and skin problems in men and women). Passionflower is most appropriate for men who hav...

Mentha spicata - Spearmint
Date Added: Thursday 07 December, 2006
Spearmint - Mentha spicata Spearmint, like peppermint, is a digestive remedy. It relieves gas and stops gastrointestinal spasms. Unlike peppermint, spearmint is also a diuretic. ...

Mentha pulegium - Pennyroyal
Date Added: Thursday 07 December, 2006
Pennyroyal - Mentha pulegium Pennyroyal is the smallest of the mints and is beneficial in cases of spasms, hysteria, flatulence and sickness, being both warming and grateful to the stomach. ...

Mentha piperita - Peppermint
Date Added: Thursday 07 December, 2006
Peppermint - Mentha piperita The essential oil of peppermint can be applied to the skin or mouth to relieve pain. The essential oil in peppermint teas relieves the pain associated with colitis and colic. ...

Melissa officinalis - Lemon Balm
Date Added: Thursday 07 December, 2006
Lemon Balm - Melissa officinalis Lemon Balm is useful for treating nervous disturbances of sleep and chronic gastrointestinal disorders, but its primary use today is in treating viral infections of the skin, especially herpes, both genital herpes and cold sores. Although it does not eliminate flare-ups, it relieves itching in hours and helps the lesions heal over in a few days. ...

Medicago sativa - Alfalfa
Date Added: Thursday 07 December, 2006
Alfalfa - Medicago sativa Alfalfa contains beta-carotene and vitamins C and E, and is one of the best natural sources of Vitamin K. Alfalfa not only helps keep calcium in bones, it helps keep calcium out of the linings of arteries. There is good preliminary evidence that alfalfa seeds can lower cholesterol levels in a condition called familial hypercholesterolemia. Alfalfa is used with homeopathic remedy Lactuca Virosa to stimulate milk production in breastfeeding mothers. It can also be used with blessed thistle, fenugreek, and/or marshmallow for this purpose. We offer Alfalfa in both powder and seed forms. ...

Filipendula ulmaria - Meadowsweet
Date Added: Thursday 07 December, 2006
Meadowsweet - Filipendula ulmaria Aromatic, astringent, diuretic, and sub-tonic. It is a valuable medicine in diarrhea, imparting to the bowels some degree of nourishment, as well as of astringency. It is also considered of some service as a corrector of the stomach, and not without some power as an alterative, and is frequently used in affections of the blood. It is almost a specific in children's diarrhea. ...

Lycopus virginicus - Bugleweed
Date Added: Thursday 07 December, 2006
Bugleweed - Lycopus virginicus Bugleweed is used in contemporary herbal medicine as a treatment for overactive thyroid and breast pain. The lithospermic acid in bugleweed is believed to decrease levels of certain hormones, especially the thyroid hormone thyroxine. This compound also keeps antibodies from binding to and "burning out" cells in an overactive thyroid gland. By moderating estrogen levels, bugleweed relieves cyclic breast pain in women. Don’t use bugleweed as a substitute for medical care for hyperthyroidism. This herb should not be used by people who do not have hyperactive thyroid. ...

Linum usitatissimum - Flax Seed
Date Added: Thursday 07 December, 2006
Flax Seed - Linum usitatissimum Flax Seed is a basic anti-inflammatory used to relieve pain and tissue damage caused by rheumatoid arthritis, osteoporosis, lupus, osteoporosis, irritable colon, diverticulitis, gastritis, enteritis, breast cancer, chronic constipation, and colon damage caused by laxative abuse. It also lowers cholesterol levels and may protect against atherosclerosis. Flax seed can also be used as a poultice to draw blood to the surface to remove deep-seated inflammation, or as a moist warm compress to relieve pain or inflammation. The essential oils in flax seed help promote brain health in newborns and...

Ligusticum porteri - Osha Root
Date Added: Thursday 07 December, 2006
Osha Root - Ligusticum porteri Osha induces sweating, and is thought to prevent the development of a full-blown cold or flu. Osha is also used to help coughs become productive. Like other bitter herbs, osha stimulates appetite ("feeds a cold"). ...

Lavandula officinalis - Lavender
Date Added: Thursday 07 December, 2006
Lavender - Lavandula officinalis Lavender is used for treating insomnia, nervous stomach, and anxiety. The British Herbal Pharmacopoeia lists lavender as a treatment for flatulence, colic, and depressive headaches, and many modern herbal practitioners use the herb to treat migraines in menopause. In Spain, lavender is added to teas to treat diabetes and insulin resistance. ...

Juniperus communis - Juniper Berries
Date Added: Thursday 07 December, 2006
Juniper Berries - Juniperus communis Juniper berries are a mild diuretic that stimulate urination without causing loss of electrolytes. Added to food, juniper berries prevent gas and heartburn. ...

Jasminum officinale - Jasmine Flower
Date Added: Thursday 07 December, 2006
Jasmine Flower - Jasminum officinale Used in washes and ointments, jasmine flowers are a gentle remedy for inflammation. They reduce both physical irritation and sensitivity to pain. Jasmine teas are a gentle sedative. ...

Hyssopus officinalis - Hyssop
Date Added: Thursday 07 December, 2006
Hyssop - Hyssopus officinalis Hyssop is used in herbal medicine to move excesses of fluids or phlegm. Since the expectorant qualities of the herb depend on its essential oil, always brew hyssop tea in a closed vessel and keep the bottle of hyssop tincture tightly closed. Japanese research published in 2003 in the Journal of Nutritional Science and Vitaminology suggests that hyssop teas can help lower the sharp increase in blood sugars after eating, common to people who have or who are at risk of developing type 2 diabetes. ...

Hydrastis Canadensis - Goldenseal
Date Added: Thursday 07 December, 2006
Goldenseal - Hydrastis Canadensis American aborigines valued Goldenseal highly as a tonic, stomachic and application for sore eyes and general ulceration, as well as a yellow dye for their clothing and weapons. Available in foliage or root form. ...

Hamamelis virginiana - Witch Hazel Leaf
Date Added: Thursday 07 December, 2006
Witch Hazel Leaf - Hamamelis virginiana Witch hazel leaf is useful for making teas to treat diarrhea in children. It contains tannins that slow the leakage of fluids into the lumen (central opening) of the intestine, but it does not contain the harsher elagitannins that are found in the bark. Witch hazel leaf is more appropriate than witch hazel bark when there is an allergic component to symptoms; witch hazel bark is more appropriate than witch hazel leaf when the problem is vascular weakness (for instance, hemorrhoids) without allergy. ...

Gymnema sylvestre - Gymnema Leaf
Date Added: Thursday 07 December, 2006
Gymnema Leaf - Gymnema sylvestre Avid and thorough Indian research is working hard to quantify and validate the sugar balancing properties of Gymnema. It is their belief that these findings will further prove the effectiveness of Gymnema in controlling blood sugar. Because of its ease in use, and promising results it is widely used and popularly accepted as a safe and effective treatment in diabetes. However it should be noted that those currently on insulin or hypoglycemic drugs will have to monitor their levels more closely. ...

Griffonia simplicifolia
Date Added: Thursday 07 December, 2006
Griffonia simplicifolia seeds Griffonia seeds are valued as an excellent source of 5-HTP. It is thought to enhance the activity of brain hormones like serotonin, thus making it usefull as an anti-depressant. Our Griffonia simplicifolia seeds are untreated. Sold for cultivation purposes only. ...

Glycyrrhiza glabra - Licorice Root
Date Added: Thursday 07 December, 2006
Licorice Root - Glycyrrhiza glabra The most common use of licorice worldwide is to treat coughs and colds. Licorice is especially useful for treating coughs with sticky phlegm, or for treating colds that accompany stomach upset. Chinese medicine also uses licorice to treat various forms of chronic fatigue. Gastric and duodenal ulcers and canker sores can also be treated with the herb. ...

Foeniculum vulgare - Fennel Seed
Date Added: Thursday 07 December, 2006
Fennel Seed - Foeniculum vulgare Fennel Seed aids in the secretion of saliva and gastric juices. It also stops stomach cramps, often added to laxatives to ensure gentle action. Fennel seed teas break up congestion caused by colds and allergies. There are preliminary studies that suggest that regular consumption of fennel (as well as regular consumption of green beans, mushrooms, oranges, prunes, and celeriac) might slow the progression of osteoporosis. ...

Equisetum arvense - Horsetail
Date Added: Thursday 07 December, 2006
Horsetail - Equisetum arvense The primary use of the Horsetail is as a diuretic, but in very high doses horsetail is a sedative and an anticonvulsant. Gently stimulating increased urinary flow, horsetail helps "flush" infectious bacteria out of the bladder without altering the body’s balance of electrolytes. The powdered form of the herb is better when electrolytes may be depleted. Horsetail is also the form of the herb being investigated as a treatment for age-related memory impairment. ...

Ephedra viridis - Mormon Tea - American Ma Huang
Date Added: Thursday 07 December, 2006
American Ma Huang Ephedra viridis - Mormon Tea Ephedra viridis, the close relative of Ephedra sinica (Ma Huang) grows naturally in many parts of the U.S. With the recent ridiculous restrictions on Ephedra sinica by the FDA in another terrible attempt at competition control for the well-connected pharmaceutical companies, the demand for Mormon Tea has greatly increased. Ephedra viridis gets it’s common name, Mormon Tea, due to it’s popularity with Mormons who use it as an energy drink in place of caffeine, which they can’t drink according to their religion. We offer whole Mormon Tea foliage, which look...

Elettaria cardamomum - Cardamon Pods
Date Added: Thursday 07 December, 2006
Cardamon Pods - Elettaria cardamomum The primary medicinal use of cardamom is as a carminative, to prevent flatulence. Preliminary findings from laboratory research suggest that regular use of cardamom might help prevent colon cancer, and in the Ayurvedic formula Unmadnashak Ghrita, cardamom, along with brahmi, gardenia, asafetida, and ghee, may be a mild sedative. ...

Echinacea Purpurea
Date Added: Thursday 07 December, 2006
Echinacea Purpurea Echinacea is herbal medicine's first choice of treatment for colds. Stimulating the immune system, the herbs can also be used to treat chronic yeast infections in women and to prevent urinary tract infections in both sexes. The roots and the whole plant are considered particularly beneficial in the treatment of sores, wounds, burns, boils, etc, possessing cortisone-like and antibacterial activity. The plant was used by North American Indians as a universal application to treat the bites and stings of all types of insects. Available in both the herb and root form. ...

Echinacea angustifolia - Echinacea Angustifolia Root
Date Added: Thursday 07 December, 2006
Echinacea Angustifolia Root - Echinacea angustifolia Echinacea is herbal medicine’s first choice of treatment for colds. Stimulating the immune system, the herbs can also be used to treat chronic yeast infections in women and to prevent urinary tract infections in both sexes. The roots and the whole plant are considered particularly beneficial in the treatment of sores, wounds, burns, boils, etc, possessing cortisone-like and antibacterial activity. The plant was used by North American Indians as a universal application to treat the bites and stings of all types of insects. ...

Cymbopogon citratum - Lemongrass
Date Added: Thursday 07 December, 2006
Lemongrass - Cymbopogon citratum Lemongrass is mildly diuretic and a stimulant tonic. The herb promotes digestion of fats, and in Ayurvedic medicine a preparation of lemon grass with pepper has been used for relief of menstrual troubles and nausea. The herb stimulates perspiration, cooling the body in summer and lowering fevers any time of year. Lemon grass is well known a mild insect repellent (citronella) and the essential oil is used in perfumery. ...

Crataegus laevigata - Hawthorn Berries
Date Added: Thursday 07 December, 2006
Hawthorn Berries - Crataegus laevigata Hawthorn Berries are antispasmodic, cardiac, diuretic, sedative, tonic and a vasodilator. The traditional use of hawthorn berries is the treatment of weak heart combined with high blood pressure. The berries are also used to treat a heart muscle weakened by age, for inflammation of the heart muscle, for arteriosclerosis, and for nervous heart. A specific use for hawthorn berries is the treatment of orthostatic hypotension, a sudden loss of blood pressure caused by moving from a seated position to a standing position. Orthostatic hypotension can cause temporary loss of consciousness,...

Coriandrum sativum - Coriander Seed
Date Added: Thursday 07 December, 2006
Coriander Seed - Coriandrum sativum Coriander seed is best suited for relief of tension in the upper abdomen, such as flatulence, cramps, and bloating. ...

Cnicus benedictus - Blessed Thistle
Date Added: Thursday 07 December, 2006
Blessed Thistle - Cnicus benedictus Blessed thistle is used to treat digestive ailments caused by insufficient secretion of stomach acid. Modern herbalists agree that the plant is helpful for loss of appetite, upset stomach, and gas although it may be better to take the herb before these symptoms occur (such as before eating a fatty meal), rather than after. The herb is also antibacterial. Generally not recommended during pregnancy. If you are allergic to artichokes, avoid this herb. ...

Cimicifuga racemosa - Black Cohosh Root
Date Added: Thursday 07 December, 2006
Black Cohosh Root - Cimicifuga racemosa Black Cohosh is a popular remedy for hot flashes, mood swings, and vaginal dryness from menopause. The herb does not stimulate the production of estrogen, but it may compensate for low or highly variable levels of estrogen during menstruation or in the menopause. Black Cohosh can also help prevent osteoporosis. Do not use during pregnancy. ...

Chrysanthemum morifolium - Chrysanthemum
Date Added: Thursday 07 December, 2006
Chrysanthemum - Chrysanthemum morifolium Chrysanthemum is used for its effects on the eyes. Traditional Chinese Medicine teaches that the herb corrects imbalances in liver and kidney function that cause blurred vision, dizziness, dry red eyes, excessive tearing, or spots in front of the eyes. Chrysanthemum also treats headaches accompanying infection, carbuncles, furuncles, and vertigo. Wild chrysanthemum is though to be more useful than the cultivated variety for treatment of sores abscesses, especially those of the head and back. Chrysanthemum also contains compounds that fight staph infections of the skin. ...

Chamaelirium luteum - False Unicorn Root
Date Added: Thursday 07 December, 2006
False Unicorn Root - Chamaelirium luteum False Unicorn Root is employed in women’s reproductive tonics. Especially useful for missed periods characterized by a feeling of fullness in the pelvis, the herb is also used to treat menstrual cramping, leukorrhea, threatened miscarriage, ovarian pain, and irregular urination due to lack of pelvic tone. As a strong bitter for both men and women, false unicorn root stimulates release of gastric juices that digest high-protein and high-fat foods. ...

Centella asiatica - Gotu Kola
Date Added: Thursday 07 December, 2006
Gotu Kola - Centella asiatica Gotu Kola helps improve memory led to several studies on its effect on the central nervous and circulatory systems. The preliminary results suggest that it may help with memory and cognitive disabilities as well as helping the body overcome stress and fatigue. It should be noted that those with mild to moderate depression might want to use caution. Some testing done in India indicates it may act as a very mild depressant. ...

Carica papaya - Papaya Leaf
Date Added: Thursday 07 December, 2006
Papaya Leaf - Carica papaya The primary use of papaya leaf in herbal medicine today is as a vermifuge, that is, to remove intestinal worms. Papaya leaf has less of the protein-dissolving papain than the fruit, so it is less likely to "dissolve" the worms, but it contains tannins that the fruit does not. These tannins protect the intestine from reinfection by "tanning" proteins in the lining of the intestinal wall so that worms cannot attach themselves. Physicians of nineteenth century America used papaya leaf to treat "fermentative indigestion," a condition of bloating, nausea, and flatulence frequently following excessi...

Avena sativa - Oatstraw
Date Added: Thursday 07 December, 2006
Oatstraw - Avena sativa Oat Straw is used as a nervous system restorative and to strengthen a weakened constitution, as well as to treat genital herpes and shingles. The silicic acid in the herb is soothing on skin. ...

Calendula officinalis - Calendula Flowers
Date Added: Thursday 07 December, 2006
Calendula Flowers - Calendula officinalis Calendula creams and washes are still used to disinfect minor wounds and to treat infections of the skin. The antibacterial and immunostimulant properties of the plant make it extremely useful in treating slow-healing cuts and cuts in people who have compromised immune systems. The herb stimulates the production of collagen at wound sites and minimizes scarring. Gargling calendula water may ease sore throat. An often overlooked application of this herb is the treatment of post-mastectomy lymphedema. The herb will not reduce swelling, but it will reduce pain. ...

Bupleurum chinense - Bupleurum Root
Date Added: Thursday 07 December, 2006
Bupleurum Root - Bupleurum chinense Traditional Chinese Medicine uses bupleurum to treat fever or alternating chills and fever, fever accompanied by a bitter taste in the mouth, chest congestion, dizziness, mood swings, and upper body pain associated with PMS, hemorrhoids, anal or uterine prolapse and diarrhea. Conditions treated by bupleurum include chronic hepatitis, irritable bowel syndrome, and liver cirrhosis. As the primary ingredient in the Japanese herbal formula sho-saiko-to, bupleurum is Japan’s most commonly used herb for treating hepatitis and liver cancer. Take the tea with food, or use herb capsules. ...

Barosma betulina - Buchu Leaf Powder
Date Added: Thursday 07 December, 2006
Buchu Leaf Powder - Barosma betulina Buchu was popular in the 1800’s as a hangover cure. English patent medicines used it in herbal combinations for treating coughs and colds. Used for inflammation and infection of the kidneys and urinary tract, for bladder irritations, as a disinfectant of the urinary tract, and as a diuretic. Buchu is also often used to treat prostate infections. The primary action of the herb is antimicrobial. ...

Artemisia vulgaris - Mugwort
Date Added: Wednesday 06 December, 2006
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Bee Pollen
Date Added: Wednesday 06 December, 2006
Bee Pollen Bee Pollen is the principal protein food of bees. Bee Pollen is a source of complete nutrition and contains many flavonoids valuable to the health of people as well, including myricetin, quercetin, rutin, and trans-cinnamic acid. The Myricetin found in Bee Pollen helps white blood cells soak up the "bad" LDL cholesterol out of the bloodstream. Quercetin is a natural antihistamine"the right kind of pollen can be beneficial for your allergies. Rutin is best known as the remedy for varicose veins. Rutin protects veins throughout the body and may help prevent cancer as well. Your body uses trans-cinnamic acid to m...

Astragalus membranaceus - Astragalus Root
Date Added: Wednesday 06 December, 2006
Astragalus Root - Astragalus membranaceus Astragalus membranaceus root is the chief energy tonic of traditional Asian medicine. It is a graceful, flowing plant with long stems bearing paired, pointed leaves and purple flowers, the astragalus is harvested for its roots that are white when dug out of the ground but become yellow as they are dried. The dried Astragalus root is taken in the form of tea, encapsulated or as an extract.   ...

Arnica montana - Arnica
Date Added: Wednesday 06 December, 2006
Arnica - Arnica montana Arnica oils and creams are used topically to treat sprains, bruises, and muscle pain. Diluted tinctures of arnica are used in foot baths to soothe sore feet. Grieve's Herbal reported that nineteenth century American physicians recommended arnica tincture as a hair growth tonic. Homeopathic arnica is traditionally used to treat seasickness. Research published in June 2005 in the journal Complementary Therapies in Medicine found that homeopathic arnica can reduce post-partum bleeding. ...

Arctostaphylos uva ursi - Bearberry
Date Added: Wednesday 06 December, 2006
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Arctium lappa - Burdock Root
Date Added: Wednesday 06 December, 2006
Burdock Root - Arctium lappa A mildly bitter herb, Burdock Root stimulates the release of gastric juices and aids digestion. This combination of qualities explains its traditional use in treating acne, eczema, endometriosis, psoriasis, and uterine fibroids. The tea can also be used as a wash to treat skin infections, eczema, and psoriasis. There is considerable evidence in the scientific literature that burdock root tea is a powerful anti-inflammatory remedy. Its numerous antioxidants protect the liver from toxic chemicals, allowing it to process the body's naturally occurring steroids which is helpful in achieving hormo...

Angelica sinensis - Dong Quai
Date Added: Wednesday 06 December, 2006
Dong Quai - Angelica sinensis The primary use of Dong Quai is as a uterine tonic, reducing menstrual pain and reducing disagreeable symptoms of menopause. Dong Quai does not stimulate the production of estrogen. The herb is used in tonics for both sexes to relieve pain caused by neuralgia, poor circulation, and arthritis. Avoid when there is diarrhea with flatulence. Not to be used while pregnant or if you are on blood thinning medications. We carry Dong Quai in both root and powder forms.   ...

Adansonia digitata - Baobab Tree
Date Added: Wednesday 06 December, 2006
Adansonia digitata - Baobab Tree The Baobab is probably the best-known tree in Africa. Its thick, gray, fibrous trunk reaching, in some instances, over 25 feet wide and large, spreading crown, seasonally devoid of foliage, are instantly recognizable. Sometimes called the ‘upside-down tree’, because of their unusual, root-like branch formations. Baobab Trees are extremely long-lived, with some specimens believed to be as much as 3,000 years old. The baobab belongs to its own family, Bombacaceae. The bark of the Baobab tree has been used traditionally to fight fevers. We offer freshly-harvested Baobab bark from Africa. ...

Achillea millefolium - Yarrow Flower
Date Added: Wednesday 06 December, 2006
Yarrow Flower Yarrow Flower Also known as Achillea millefolium The British Herbal Compendium notes that preparations of yarrow lower fevers, induce sweating, stop cramps, encourage menstruation, relieve inflammation, and stimulate the release of stomach acid to digest proteins and fats. The herb is taken internally to treat colds, fevers, and indigestion, and used in skin treatments of slow-healing wounds. The Complete German Commission E Monographs recommends sitz baths with yarrow added to the bath water to relieve pelvic cramps in women. ...

Bufo Alvarius Toads
Date Added: Wednesday 06 December, 2006
Bufo alvarius - Colorado River Toad - Sonoran Desert Toad This is the legendary, rare and powerfully mysterious Sonoran Desert Toad. This venomous toad finds its home in the Sonoran desert of the Southwestern United States and Northern Mexico. Bufo alvarius is nocturnal and escapes the tremendous desert heat by remaining underground, emerging at night to congregate in wet areas near streams and lakes and irrigated fields. The Sonoran Desert Toad is the largest North American toad, attaining a body length of up to 7 inches. They are smooth and leathery in appearance. Brown to olive green in color with a white unders...

Alchornea floribunda - Iporuru
Date Added: Sunday 26 February, 2006
Alchornea floribunda (Iporuru, Iporoni, Macochihua, Niando) Alchornea Floribunda (Iporuru, Nando) is used in Gabonese religions where the root has a reputation as an intoxicant and aphrodisiac. Niando is said to provide a state of intense excitement followed by a deep, sometimes fatal depression. The locals report that they learned to use the Iporuru root after observing gorillas. It has now been shown that gorillas in Equatorial Guinea and chimpanzees in the Republic of Guinea use the Alchornea floribunda root as an intoxicant. Indigenous Amazonian peoples and Venezuelan's use the Iporuru roots for eve...

Hoodia Gordonii Cactus - Hoodia
Date Added: Wednesday 07 December, 2005
Hoodia Gordonii Cactus Hoodia Gordonii Cactus (Hoodia) Hoodia Gordonii has gained a lot of attention recently, appearing on 60 Minutes and many other news reports and in countless newspaper and magazing articles for it's potential as a diet aid, providing significant loss of appetite without the "jitters" associated with other diet supplements. Hoodia gordonii is a cactus grown for centuries by bushmen in Africa. As the anchor on 60 minutes reported after trying a small amount of Hoodia cactus, she had no appetite at all for 24 hours. Our live Hoodia cacti are 3 to 4 inches tall. They grow quickly and produce m...

Anadenanthera Peregrina - Yopo
Date Added: Wednesday 09 November, 2005
Anadenanthera Peregrina (Yopo) seeds We are proud to offer Anadenanthera peregrina seeds. The genus Anadenanthera, a member of the leguminosae family, has been used for its psychoactive effects for approximetaly 4,500 years. Anadenanthera Colubrina was traditionally used in shamanism by the Indians of the Southern region of the Andes. The seeds were made into a snuff called Cebil or Vilca. Anadenanthera peregrina is used throughout South America. It is used in the Orinoco basin, where it must be cultivated by shamans because it is not native to this area.. It is made into a snuff, under the name Yopo. The Yanomano...

Acorus Calamus - Calamus Root
Date Added: Tuesday 23 August, 2005
Acorus calamus (Sweet Flag, Calamus Root) Acorus calamus (Sweet Flag, Calamus root) grows in nothern latitudes around the globe. It is water loving and is usually found in wetlands and around the edges of lakes and streams. Acorus Calamus root has a long history of usage. Many Native American tribes were familiar with Calamus. It was used as an anesthetic for toothache and headaches. The Cree say that they can take Acorus Calamus root and "travel great distances without touching the ground." In mild doses Acorus Calamus root was commonly used as a stimulant to combat fatigue while larger doses were thought to produce a psyc...

Slender-Leaved Ice Plant - Mesembryanthemum Nodiflorum
Date Added: Sunday 14 August, 2005
Mesembryanthemum nodiflorum is commonly called Slender-Leaved Ice Plant. The Slender-Leaved Ice plant has high concentrations of salt, which are supposed to keep other plants from encroaching on it. Mesembryanthemum nodiflorum iceplant contains mesembrine like Sceletium tortuosum ( Kanna ) ...

Book - The Encyclopedia of Psychoactive Plants - $125
Date Added: Sunday 14 August, 2005
The Encyclopedia of Psychoactive Plants Ethnopharmacology and Its Applications By (author) Christian Ratsch Foreword by Albert Hofmann (The man who brought Salvia Divinorum to the Western world) ISBN: 0-89281-978-2 Hardcover Book Page Count: 944; 8.50 (width) x 11.00 (height) 800 color photographs and 670 b&w illustrations The most comprehensive guide to the botany, history, distribution, and cultivation of all known psychoactive plants • Examines 414 psychoactive plants and related substances • Explores how using psychoactive plants in a culturally sanctioned context can...

Ephedra Sinica - Ma Huang
Date Added: Saturday 13 August, 2005
Ephedra Sinica - Ma Huang Today, Ephedra is an herb of contriversy. It contains ephedrine, a stimulant alkaloid used in many weight loss medicines. This herb has been known by the chinese for thousands of years where it was used for treating asthma. It was used by the Zuni Indians of New Mexico to treat the beginning stages of Syphilis. Ephedra sinica has been brewed into a tasty tea and consumed for its powerful stimulating effects in china for 2000 years. Chinese usage of ma huang dates to the first century A.D. It is intended to induce sweat, soothe breathing, and promote urine excretion. Ma Huang. Ma huang is traditionally us...

Agave Tequilana - Weber's Blue Agave
Date Added: Thursday 14 July, 2005
Agave Tequilana - Weber's Blue Agave Weber's Blue Agave (Agave tequilana azul) is cultivated in Mexico for the production of Tequila. Agave plants are succulants with long spiny leaves.There are more than 400 species of Agave all native to North America and mostly to Mexico. They live for many years as a rosette of thick, fleshy leaves, then flower once (often around 30 years old or so) and die. However, by this stage they usually have produced a cluster of younger plants from stolons arising from ther parent plant. Only the rosette that produces...

Astrophytum Myriostigma - Bishops Cap Cactus
Date Added: Thursday 14 July, 2005
Astrophytum myriostigma - Bishop's Cap Cactus The Bishop's Cap cactus is held sacred by the Tahurumaras who regarded it as Peyotillo or a false peyote. It has been over harvested by cactus poachers and we sell it for propagational purposes only. The Bishop's Cap Cactis attractive cactus is relatively resistant to frost and can survive temperatures down to 20F. Keep Astrophytum myriostigma dry during winter months. If fertilized in the spring and summer it's growth will increase. The stem can attain lengths of 3 feet. Our Bishops Cap Cacti are approximately 4 inch...

Astrophytum Asterias - Sand Dollar Cactus
Date Added: Thursday 14 July, 2005
Astrophytum asterias (Sand Dollar Cactus, Sea Urchin Cactus) The Astrophytum asterias AKA Sand Dollar Cactus is a popular spineless cactus. In the wild it is almost extinct, mostly due to habitat destruction. It decreases in size when lacking water. Astrophytum asterias--San Dollar Cactus prefer alkaline, porous soil. Water slightly more in summer during its growing season. You can use half strength liquid fertilizer after the flower buds have formed. ...

Book - Chaos, Creativity, and Cosmic - $15
Date Added: Sunday 22 May, 2005
Chaos, Creativity, and Cosmic Consciousness Rupert Sheldrake, Terence McKenna, and Ralph Abraham Foreword by Jean Houston “For all those who seek to quest beyond the limits of the ordinary. Three fine thinkers take us plunging into the universe of chaos, mind, and spirit. Instead of leaving us lost, they bring us back with startling insights and more wonder than we knew we had.” Matthew Fox, author of Original Blessing 208 pages...

Book - Being a Pagan - $20
Date Added: Sunday 22 May, 2005
Being a Pagan Druids, Wiccans, and Witches Today Ellen Evert Hopman and Lawrence Bond During the last few decades, millions of people have embraced ancient philosophies that honor Earth and the spiritual power of each individual. In this book, Pagan leaders and teachers describe in their own words what they believe and what they practice. 392 pages...

Book - Green Psychology - $15
Date Added: Sunday 22 May, 2005
Green Psychology Transforming Our Relationship to the Earth Ralph Metzner, Ph.D. A visionary ecopsychologist examines the rift between people and nature and explores ways to heal it. “At once visionary and down-to-earth, Green Psychology is an often profound exploration of the deeply disturbed relationship between humanity and nature.” Publishers Weekly 240 pages...

Book - Shamanic Experience - $20
Date Added: Sunday 22 May, 2005
Shamanic Experience A Practical Guide to Psychic Powers Kenneth Meadows Shamanic Experience offers a unique opportunity for the Western reader to access the domain of the collective soul through an experiential learning program based on the distillation of shamanic wisdom from cultures and traditions around the world. Nineteen practical exercises allow readers to discover their aura, develop shamanic breath, discern relationships with power animals, and engage in a Vision Quest. The lessons of Shamanic Experience culminate with a shamanic journey induced by rhythmic drumming sessions on the included 47-minute CD. Author Kenneth Mead...

Book - Crystal and Dragon - $20
Date Added: Sunday 22 May, 2005
Crystal and Dragon The Cosmic Dance of Symmetry and Chaos in Nature, Art and Consciousness David Wade “Engrossing . . . up-to-date connections between science, mathematics, art, philosophy, and religion, explained in a way that is fresh, detailed, comprehensible, and awe-inspiring.” Social Inventions Journal 288 pages...

Book - Original Wisdom - $15
Date Added: Sunday 22 May, 2005
Original Wisdom Stories of an Ancient Way of Knowing Robert Wolff Deep in the mountainous jungle of Malaysia, the aboriginal Sng’oi exist on the edge of extinction. Psychologist Robert Wolff lived with the Sng’oi, and came to love and admire these people. They respect silence, trust time to reveal and heal, and live entirely in the present with a sense of joy; they also recognize the depth of our alienation from these basic qualities of life. Original Wisdom holds a mirror to our own existence, and challenges us, in our fragmented world, to rediscover this humanity within ourselves. 208 pages...

Book - Spirit of the Shuar - $15
Date Added: Sunday 22 May, 2005
Spirit of the Shuar Wisdom from the Last Unconquered People of the Amazon John Perkins and Mariano Shakaim Shakai Ijisam Chumpi The Shuar of the Amazon are guided by their practice of shapeshifting, belief in dream change, and understanding that humans and nature are interdependent. The author inspired Mariano Chumpi to travel among his people and record their thoughts, history, and customs. 208 pages...

Book - Man Who Knew the Medicine - $16
Date Added: Sunday 22 May, 2005
Man Who Knew the Medicine The Teachings of Bill Eagle Feather Henry Niese Author Henry Niese met Bill Eagle Feather during a sweatlodge ceremony preceding a Sun Dance on the Rosebud Sioux Reservation in 1975. That was the beginning of the relationship between student and teacher that is captured with humor and respect in The Man Who Knew the Medicine. Niese brings readers along on his journey from outsider to initiate to elder, a transformation guided by Bill Eagle Feather. He describes sacred traditions such as the sweatlodge, the yuwipi, and the powerful Sioux Sun Dance, which Niese participated in for 16 years on the Rosebud rese...

Book - The Simple Plant Isoquinolines - $30
Date Added: Sunday 22 May, 2005
The Simple Plant Isoquinolines by Alexander Shulgin An alphabetical listing of the common NAMES of all simple isoquinolines, with immediate access to their structures, the plants that contain them, and a leading reference. A searchable listing of the STRUCTURES of all simple isoquinolines, with immediate access to their common names, the plants that contain them, and a leading reference. An alphabetical listing of the names of PLANTS that contain simple isoquinolines, with immediate access to their names and structures, and a leading reference. If you have only the structure or the common name of the compound, or the name of the plant...

Book - Ain't Nobody's Business if you Do - $10
Date Added: Sunday 22 May, 2005
Ain't Nobody's Business if you Do The Absurdity of Consensual Crimes in Our Free Country by Peter McWilliams...

Book - Plants of the Gods - $30
Date Added: Sunday 22 May, 2005
Plants of the Gods Their Sacred, Healing, and Hallucinogenic Powers Richard Evans Schultes, Albert Hofmann, and Christian Rätsch Three scientific titans join forces to completely revise the classic text on the ritual uses of psychoactive plants. They provide a fascinating testimony of these “plants of the gods,” tracing their uses throughout the world and their significance in shaping culture and history. The authors detail the uses of hallucinogens in sacred shamanic rites while providing lucid explanations of the biochemistry of these plants and the cultural prayers, songs, and dances associated with them. The text is lavishly il...

Book - Forest of Visions - $15
Date Added: Sunday 22 May, 2005
Forest of Visions Ayahuasca, Amazonian Spirituality, and the Santo Daime Tradition Alex Polari de Alverga This is the story of Santo Daime a new religion that blends elements of Christianity with older Amazonian indigenous spiritual practices— and the ecologically sound and spiritually centered utopian community it has inspired. 288 Pages...

Book - Kava: The Pacific Elixir - $20
Date Added: Sunday 22 May, 2005
The Definitive Guide to Its Ethnobotany, History, and Chemistry   By Vincent Lebot, Mark Merlin, and Lamont Lindstrom Paperback, 272 pages 85 b&w illustrations The most comprehensive book ever written on nature's most effective stress-relieving plant.  This complete guide to Kava summarizes the literature and research on a plant that is now considered comparable or superior to anti-stress prescription drugs, and describes its use in the religious, political, and economic life of the Pacific islands for centuries. Beyond its soporific qualities ka...

Book - The Entheogen Review - $6
Date Added: Sunday 22 May, 2005
THE ENTHEOGEN REVIEW The Journal of Unauthorized Research on Visionary Plants and Drugs Visit them online at http://entheogenreview.com/...

White Sage - Salvia Apiana
Date Added: Sunday 22 May, 2005
White Sage - Salvia Apiana: Sage is one of the most sacred herbs among indigenious North American peoples. It is used to expel evil spirits and negative vibrations from auras, home and environment. It is thought to Bring strength, wisdom and clarity to the mind. Sage has been used to ensure immortality. It is carried to promote wisdom. If you desire a wish to come true, Write it on a sage leaf and hide it beneath your pillow. For three nights sleep upon it. If once you dream of what you desire your wish wil be materialized. If not, bury the sage in the ground. ...

Palo Santo - Holly Wood
Date Added: Sunday 22 May, 2005
Palo Santo (holy wood) Palo Santo is a natural wood aromatic incense used for centuries by the Incas as a spiritual remedy for purifying and cleansing and to get rid of evil spirits, misfortune and calamity. It has often been used in Ayahuasca ceremonies. Unlike conventional incense which burns completely after lighting, Palo Santo may be lit many times. ...

Frankincense - Boswellia carteri
Date Added: Sunday 22 May, 2005
Frankincense - Boswellia carteri: An incense with a pine-like, resinous fragrance. This incense calms the mind and clears the cerebral circulation. ...

Eucalyptus (Eucalyptus sp.)
Date Added: Sunday 22 May, 2005
Eucalyptus (Eucalyptus sp.) Eucalyptus has a warm energy and is considered a powerful antiseptic. It has been used to treat coughs and colds. The leaves, when carried, were thought to bring protection. Leaves and twigs have been used in healing by hanging above the sick persons bed. ...

Dragon's Bloods - Daemomorops Draco
Date Added: Sunday 22 May, 2005
Dragon's Bloods - Daemomorops Draco: Also called Blood and Blume in folk medicine, Dragon's Blood is the resin from Daemomorops Draco. An ancient incense used for love, protection and to exorcise negative energies. It is used in India during ceremonies designed to remove negative energies or spirits. The dried resin is thought to be a powerful protectant when carried, sprinkled around the house, or smouldered as incense. When added to other incenses it is said to increase their potency and power. ...

Copal - Bursera odorata
Date Added: Sunday 22 May, 2005
Copal - Bursera odorata: Copal incense is the dried resin of the copal tree. It is Sacred to the Mayans and Aztecs of South and Central America. It is often added to love and purification incenses. Many use pieces of Copal to represent the heart in poppets. ...

Charcoal Tablets
Date Added: Sunday 22 May, 2005
Charcoal Tablets: Swift Lite Charcoal Tablets 10 Charcoals per roll. ...

Canarium Schweinfurthii gum
Date Added: Sunday 22 May, 2005
Canarium Schweinfurthii gum: This is a very thick and aromatic gum that comes from Ghana. It has a very sweet scent and is great by itself or burned side by side with dragons blood. This resin is very solid and difficult to break up. Sold by the "chunk". The average chunk weight is 8 Ounces. ...

Trichocereus Terscheckii - Argentine Saguaro Cactus
Date Added: Sunday 22 May, 2005
Trichocereus terscheckii Cactus - Argentine Saguaro Cactus - Golden Saguaro Cactus If you need to batter-ram down the castle doors, a Trichocereus terscheckii should work just fine and probably wouldnt hurt it a bit. Trichocereus terscheckii are the heavyweight champs of the Trichocereus; huge and solid (a 1 foot cactus weighs over 20 lbs and is nearly 1 foot thick). ...

Trichocereus Spachianus Cactus
Date Added: Sunday 22 May, 2005
Trichocereus Spachianus: The Trichocereus spachianus is impressive to look at, covered with hundreds of small spines. Trichocereus spachianus Cuttings. 12" tall Approx. 4-inches thick: WE CAN NOT SHIP CACTUS OUTSIDE OF THE UNITED STATES ...

Trichocereus Peruvianus - Peruvian Torch Cactus
Date Added: Sunday 22 May, 2005
Peruvian Torch Cactus Trichocereus Peruvianus Trichocereus peruvianus (Peruvian Torch Cactus) is native to the high Andes. Peruvian Torch Cactus are a very hardy and easy to grow columnar cactus, often growing a foot per year and reaching heights of over 15 feet (40 feet has been recorded). Peruvian Torch Cactus is ribbed , with usually 6 to 8 ribs. It is a branching cact...

Trichocereus Pachanoi - San Pedro Cactus
Date Added: Sunday 22 May, 2005
San Pedro Cactus Trichocereus Pachanoi San Pedro Cactus - Trichocereus Pachanoi Trichocereus Pachanoi (San Pedro Cactus) is native to the high Andes. The San Pedro Cactus is a very hardy and easy to grow columnar cactus, often growing a foot per year and reaching heights of over 15 feet (40 feet has been recorded). San Pedro Cactus is ribbed, with usually 6 to 8 ribs. San Pedro Cactus is a branching cactus and often has many side arms. Trichocereus Pachanoi (San Pedro Cactus) is the most common and well known of the Trichocereus. It was named after Saint Peter supposedly because it was, like Peter, thought to hold the ...

Trichocereus Macrogonus Cactus (Out Of Stock)
Date Added: Sunday 22 May, 2005
Trichocereus macrogonus is a close cousin to the Trichocereus pachanoi, Trichocereus peruvianus, Trichocereus bridgesii. Macrogonus is a beautiful blue-green Trichocereus. They are very hardy and easy to grow....

Trichocereus Bridgesii - Achuma Cactus
Date Added: Sunday 22 May, 2005
Trichocereus bridgessi cactus is trikingly unique in appearance with it's long menacing spines. The Trichocereus bridgessi has a long Shamanic tradition of use throughout its homeland in the high Bolivian deserts. It is perhaps the most powerful and magical of the Trichicereus cacti. Trichocereus bridgesii is often kept indoors because of its powerful , protective spirit. WE CAN NOT SHIP CACTUS OUTSIDE OF TH...

Carnegia gigantea - Saguaro Cactus
Date Added: Sunday 22 May, 2005
The saguaro cactus has been described as the monarch of the Sonoran Desert, as a prickly horror, as the supreme symbol of the American Southwest, and as a plant with personality. The Saguaro is renowned for the variety of odd, all-too-human shapes it assumes, shapes that inspire wild and fanciful imaginings. Saguaro are found only in the Sonoran desert. The giant saguaro is the king of cacti. A full...

Panax Ginseng
Date Added: Sunday 22 May, 2005
Panax Ginseng: Ginseng has been used to stregnthen the body by increasing the efficiency of endocrine, metabolic, circulatory, and digestive systems. It rudes physical, mental, and emotional stress by increasing oxygen carrying red blood cells and elimating toxins. Ginseng incrases alertness, relfex actions and stamina. We offer ginseng root powder and CS ginseng root....

Mucuna Pruriens - Cowitch
Date Added: Sunday 22 May, 2005
Mucuna pruriens (Cowage, Cowitch, Velvet Bean, Pica) Mucuna pruriens, a member of the legume family, is a climbing plant that grows up to 30 ft. in length. Mucuna pruriens forms compound leaves that grow 4-10'' long and is composed of three leaflets. The pods of the Mucuna pruriens contain 2-5 per cluster and grow 2-3 inches long. Each pod contains 3-6 large black seeds. The pods have barbed hairs, also called trichomes, th...

Matricaria Chamomilla - Chamomile
Date Added: Sunday 22 May, 2005
Matricaria Chamomilla - Chamomile Chamomile is an annual from the compitea family. The flowers have a delightful scent that resembles honey. Chamomile flowers are used as a nervine, anodyne, calmative, and a mild sedative. It has been used for nervousness, headaches, anxiety, and spasms. American Indians used tea fever and as a spring tonic....

Lepidium meyenii - Maca Root
Date Added: Sunday 22 May, 2005
Lepidium meyenii - Maca Root A sort of natural alternernative to Viagra, Maca Root has been used for centuries as an aphrodisiac and impotence remedy. The Maca Root powder was used by the pre-Incan Andean tribes and by the Incas as an energizer during combat. The Incas used Lepidium meyenii to givee them energy and courage. Lepidium meyenii was and is brewed into a tea or mixed with food. The plant has ...

Hypericum perforatum - St. John's Wort
Date Added: Sunday 22 May, 2005
Hypericum perforatum - St. John's Wort seed Hypericum perforatum seeds AKA St. John's Wort Hypericum perforatum, St. John's Wort for sale:...

Funtumia elastica - Yamoa
Date Added: Sunday 22 May, 2005
Funtumia elastica - Yamoa Yamoa powder is very popular in treatment of asthma. Funtumia elastica bark powder is used in the treatment of resporatory ailments including asthma. Funtumia elastica, Yamoa bark, and bark powder for sale:...

Corynanthe yohimbe - Yohimbe
Date Added: Sunday 22 May, 2005
Corynanthe yohimbe (Yohimbe) Corynanthe yohimbe is an evergreen tree native to Western Africa, growing to a height of 90 feet (27 meters). A tea prepared from Corynanthe yohimbe bark is used as an aphrodisiac in Africa. The tea blocks adrenergic receptors, allowing for increased blood flow especially to the areas that matter. The effects of the tea work as an aphrodisiac fo...

Voacanga africana - Voacanga
Date Added: Sunday 22 May, 2005
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Virola theiodora - Epena
Date Added: Sunday 22 May, 2005
Virola theiodora AKA Virola, Epena, Parica, Nyakwana and Yakee Virola theiodora goes by various names depedning on the tribe. Virola excudes a red resin from its inner bark. It is prepared as a snuff in western Amazon basin. Epena (Virola theiodora) was used ceremonially by adult males. Use of Virola theiodora was generally restricted to Shamans and medicine men to diagnose and treat illness. Epena was often used in association with Justicia. Our bark is freshly harvested from South America. This bark is great for use in crafts. ...

Tunera diffusa - Damiana
Date Added: Sunday 22 May, 2005
Tunera diffusa - Damiana Damiana is a small shrub with aromatic leaves found throughout Mexico, Central and South America and the West Indies. The leaves of the Damiana are lanceolate, 10-25 mm long with three to six teeth along the margins. The botanical name of the plant (Tunera Diffusa) describes Damiana's use as an aphrodisiac, Turnera aphrodisiaca. In the ancient Maya civilizat...

Sophora secundiflora - Mescal Beans
Date Added: Sunday 22 May, 2005
Sophora secundiflora - Mescal Beans Sophora secundiflora (Mescal) is a small tree reaching 35 feet in height with 4 to 6-inch leaves divided into seven to nine leaflets. The flowers are violet-blue, very fragrant, and occur in clusters up to 8 inches long; they bloom from February to April. The pod is furry and contains up to eight red seeds. The plant is native to Texas and New Mexico. ...

Nightshade - Solanum Sp
Date Added: Sunday 22 May, 2005
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Scutellaria lateriflora - Skullcap
Date Added: Sunday 22 May, 2005
Scutellaria Lateriflora (Skullcap) Scutellaria lateriflora - Skullcap, Blue Skullcap, Common Scullcap, Hairy Skullcap, Hooded Skullcap, Helmet Flower, Hoodwort, Madog Skullcap Skullcap is a perennial native to North America. It was used extensively by the Cherokee and other Native American tribes for many medicinal purposes and to induce visions. In Western society, Skullcap ...

Sceletium tortuosum - Kanna
Date Added: Sunday 22 May, 2005
Sceletium Tortuosum - Kanna Sceletium Tortuosum (Kanna) is a small groundcover plant native to Southern Africa. For hundreds of years the Hottentots of Southern Africa used Sceletium Tortuosum as a mood enhancer, relaxant and empathogen. Dr Nigel Gericke, who is spearheading research into Sceletium tortuosum in South Africa, believes that "Sceletium is one of the most ancient of mind-altering substances, and it is likely to have had a profound influence on the evolution of human consciousness." Thunberg, during his 1773 expedition reported: "The Hottentots come far and near to fetch this shrub with the root, leaves and all, which ...

Salvia Divinorum Foliage, 5x, 10x, 15x, 20x Extracts
Date Added: Sunday 22 May, 2005
Salvia Divinorum (Diviner's Sage) Salvia Divinorum is one of about 2,000 varieties of sage. Although Salvia Divinorum has been known and used for centuries by the Mazatec Indians, the use was concentrated in a small area in the Oaxacan Mountains and wasn't known outside of its extremely limited range until a Gordon Wasson-Albert Hoffman expedition in 1962. Salvia Divinorum...

Rivea corymbosa - Ololiuqui
Date Added: Sunday 22 May, 2005
Rivea corymbosa AKA Ololiuqui is a member of the Convolvulaceae family. Ololiuqui is closely related to the Morning Glories Throughout historical refereces we see "two cultures in a duel to the death" (the Spanish and the American Indians) with the tenacity and wiles of the Indians defending their cherished Ololiu...

Psychotria viridis - Chacruna
Date Added: Sunday 22 May, 2005
Psychotria viridis - Chacruna Psychotria viridis AKA Chacruna is found throughout the Amazon and in the tropical regions of both hemispheres. Chacruna is a relative of the coffee plant. Chacruna is the most common companion to Banisteriopsis Caapi to produce Ayahuasca (Yage, Yaje), a sacred medicine used for millennia in order to enter the sacred supernatural world, to heal, divine, a...

Piper methysticum - Kava Kava (out of stock)
Date Added: Sunday 22 May, 2005
Piper methysticum - Kava Kava On special occasions, people living in the South Pacific serve a mood-altering beverage brewed from the ground-up roots of the kava kava tree, just as they've done for thousands of years. Its ritual use as a mild sedative to produce a state of well-being has been described by numerous anthropologists. In clinical studies, Kava ...

Peganum harmala - Syrian Rue
Date Added: Sunday 22 May, 2005
Peganum harmala - Syrian Rue Syrain Rue Seeds are Mildly hallucenogenic in their own right and considered sacred throughout the Middle East and Parts of Asia for centuries. Syrian Rue Seeds are an MAO inhibitor. Syrian rue seeds contain harmine and harmaline. Syrian Rue Seeds are not sold for human consumption. Untreated, Organic Syrian Rue Seeds:...

Papaver somniferum - Opium Poppy
Date Added: Sunday 22 May, 2005
Papaver somniferum - Opium Poppy The Papaver Somniferum (Opium Poppy) plant was cultivated in the ancient civilizations of Persia, Egypt and Mesopotamia. Archaeological evidence and fossilized Papver somniferum seeds suggest that Neanderthal man may have used the opium poppy over thirty thousand years ago. The first known written reference to the Papaver somniferum Opium poppy appears in a Sumerian text dated ...

Nymphaea caerulea - Blue Lotus
Date Added: Sunday 22 May, 2005
Nymphaea caerulea - Blue Lotus Nymphaea Caerulea (Blue Lotus) was held in very high esteem by the ancient Egyptians. Blue Lotus was worshipped as a visionary plant and was a symbol for the origins of life. The Egyptians believed that the world was originally covered by water and darkness. A Blue Lotus sprang up from the water and opened its petals to reveal a you...

Nymphaea alba - White Lotus
Date Added: Sunday 22 May, 2005
Nymphaea alba - White Lotus Nymphaea alba, white lotus, is thought to contain Apomorphine and nuciferine. Alcohol extracts of white lotus have been used medicinally as a pain killer. Nymphaea alba, White lotus, is closely related to Nymphaea caerulea - Blue lotus and has similiar properties and characteristics. We are Glad to be able to offer this unique botanical and such an affordable price. Nymphaea alba White Lotus herb foliage:...

Nicotiana Glauca - Indian Tobacco
Date Added: Sunday 22 May, 2005
Nicotiana Glauca - Indian Tobacco: Nicotiana glauca AKA Tree Tobacco was considered the most powerful of the Nicotiana species. The hallucinogenic properties were believed to be more powerful and, like all of the Nicotiana, it was used for many medical treatments. Some are studying Nicotiana glauca to be used as a treatment for nicotine addiction since it does not contain nicotine. Instead, Nicotiana glauca's active ingredient is anabasine--an alkaloid similar to nicotine. ...

Nepeta cataria - Catnip
Date Added: Sunday 22 May, 2005
Catnip - Nepeta Cataria Nepeta cataria is also called Catnip, Catmint, Catrup, and Cat's Delight. It is a perennial plant and is easy to grow from seed. The aromatic leaves smell strongly of minty cat pheromones. Cats are often found rolling around in beds of Catnip intoxicating themselves. It has been used in folk medicine to aid in many ailments including the treatment of colds, fevers, headaches, and upset stomachs. When smoked catnip produces a mild euphoria with no harmful side effects. ...

Nelumbo nucifera - Sacred Lotus
Date Added: Sunday 22 May, 2005
Nelumbo nucifera - Sacred Lotus The Sacred Lotus (Nelumbo nucifera) possesses great significance in Eastern religion. Apart from its majestic beauty, the Nelumbo nucifera Lotus is held sacred because of the mystical effects it can produce. Nelumbo nucifera was often smoked or made into a tea with the idea that it would create a feeling of joy that permeated the mind and body. The flower of the Sacred Lotus was immortalized in Homer's The Odyssey, in which Ulysses and his crew come ashore on the Island of the Lotus-Eaters. ...

Mitragyna speciosa - Kratom
Date Added: Sunday 22 May, 2005
Kratom - Mitragyna speciosa Recently there has been a lot of controversy about Kratom. And there has been a lot of false Kratom sold in the market. There are other species of Mitragyna being sold as Kratom simply because it was "certified" as mitragyna. In addition, researchers have found that there are different strains of kratom plants that can vary tremendously. Our Kratom is true Mitragyna speciosa. Over 25 alkaloids have been isolated from Kratom; the principle one being mitragynine, an indole alkaloid superficially resembling yohimbine (Found in Yohimbe bark). In addition to being used as a narcotic in its own r...

Mimosa hostilis - Jurema
Date Added: Sunday 22 May, 2005
Mimosa Hostilis Jurema Mimosa Hostilis has been valued for thousands of years in South America for its entheogenic properties. The Mimosa Hostilis root bark being the most desired part of the plant by the Shaman that use the Mimosa hostilis in their spiritual rituals. This powerful ally is collected for us from wild grown trees on family owned land without harming the trees or the land. Superior quality whole piece...

Mandragora officinarum - Mandrake
Date Added: Sunday 22 May, 2005
Mandragora officinarum - Mandrake: Mandrake has a very long history of use as a sacred herb. The root of Mandrake (Mandragora officinarum) is thought to take on almost a human form. It has been used in association with magic in European folklore. Mandragora occicinarum - Mandrake - was a common admixture in witches' brews. Mandrake contains extremely large amounts of tropane alkaloids and should be regarded as poisonous. It was often carried for protection and luck. We offer Chopped an...

Lobelia inflata - Indian Tobacco
Date Added: Sunday 22 May, 2005
Lobelia inflata - Indian Tobacco: Lobelia Inflata is also called Indian Tobacco. It was used as a substitute to tobacco because the plant contains the alkaloid lobeline. Lobeline is thought to resemble Nicotine and have muscle relaxing properties. Lobelia has often been smoked for its euphoric properties. However, Overdose can cause vomiting, paralysis, and coma. Not for consumption. Lobelia inflata, Indian tobacco for sale: ...

Leonurus sibiricus - Motherwort
Date Added: Sunday 22 May, 2005
Leonurus sibiricus - Motherwort - Little Marijuana - Motherswort The Leonurus sibiricus herb was commonly used in Brazil and Chiapas as a substitue for another popular smoking herb and gave it the nick name Little Marijuana. In Thailand Motherwort is used as an ethnomedicine for an emmenagogue, diuretic, and a vasodilator. Leonurus sibiricus (Motherwort, Little Marijuana) is recorded to contain high concentrations of the diterpenes leosibiricine, leosibirine, and isoleosibirine. Siberian Motherwort has been used in chinese medicine for thousands of years under the name Yi Mu Cao. We offer high-quality Leonurus sibiricus foliage ha...

Leonotis leonurus  - Wild Dagga
Date Added: Sunday 22 May, 2005
Wild Dagga (Leonotis Leonurus, Lions Tail) Wild Dagga is smoked or made into a medicinal tea by the Hottentot tribe of South Africa. Because of its euphoric effects, Wild Dagga is often referred to as a Cannabis substitute. Leonotis leonurus (Wild Dagga, Lion's Tail) species is also used in Eastern medicine as euphoriant, purgative, and vermifuge. Leonotis leonurus Commonly called ...

Lagochilus inebrians - Inebriating Mint
Date Added: Sunday 22 May, 2005
Lagochilus inebrians - Inebriating Mint: Lagochilus inebrians (Turkistan Mint, Inebriating Mint) There are over 30 species of Lagochilus. Members of the mint family Labiatae, native from central Asia to Iran and Afghanistan. Lagochilus inebrians (Inebriating Mint) has long been used for its intoxicating and sedative properties by Tajik, Tartar, Turkoman, and Uzbek tribesman and ancient Central Asian tribes used it during mysteries, feasts and holidays. Traditionall...

Lactuca virosa - Opium Lettuce
Date Added: Sunday 22 May, 2005
Lactuca Virosa (Wild Lettuce, Opium Lettuce) Lactuca Virosa, wild lettuce, is a biennial herb growing to a maximum height of 6 feet. The erect stem of Lactuca Virosa springs from a brown tap-root and is smooth and pale green, sometimes spotted with purple. The numerous, large, radical leaves are from 6 to 18 inches long. The Ancients held the Wild Lettuce in high esteem. Th...

Morning Glory - Ipomoea
Date Added: Sunday 22 May, 2005
Morning Glories are an annual vine with ovate, deeply cordate leaves 3-4 inches long and 3/4-3 inches wide. The trumpet-shaped Morning Glory flowers vary from white to red, purple, blue, or violet-blue. The ovoid fruit is about 1/2 inch in length and bears elongate, angular black seeds. Morning Glories ranged originally from mexico through tropical South America. If we are to judge from many ancien...

Hyoscyamus niger - Henbane
Date Added: Sunday 22 May, 2005
Hyoscyamus niger - Henbane: Henbane was a common admixture to witches brews. The Priestesses of Delphi was thought to have used Henbane for prophetic purposes. Hyoscyamus niger was used in magic infusions to produce clairvoyant trance states. In the middle ages the dried herb and seeds were smoked as cigarettes. Hyoscyamus niger (Henbane) plants, like other solanacea plants, contain tropane alkaloids and should be regarded as poisonous. Hyoscyamus niger for sa...

Heimia salicifolia - Sinicuichi
Date Added: Sunday 22 May, 2005
Heimia Salicifolia (Sun Opener, Sinicuichi) Hemia salicifolia is a flowering shrub that grows from Mexico to Argentina and is widely cultivated through its range. Hemia salicifolia has a Shamanic tradition dating to the Aztecs. The leaves were crushed, mixed with water and allowed to ferment for a few days, making a nice-tasting tea called Sinicuichi. The effect of the Sin...

Eschscholzia Californica - California poppy
Date Added: Sunday 22 May, 2005
Eschscholzia Californica (California Poppy) Eschscholzia Californica (California Poppy), the state flower of California. California Poppy is mildly narcotic. Alkaloids similar in effect to papaver somniferum (Opium Poppy). Native Americans used California Poppy as a pain reliever. The foliage of California Poppy is brewed as a tasty and relaxing tea. ...

Entada rheedii - African Dream Herb (Out Of Stock!)
Date Added: Sunday 22 May, 2005
Entada rheedii - African Dream Herb: Entada rheedii beans. Also known as African Dream Herb. Used as good-luck charms. Entada rheedii for sale: ...

Diplopterys cabrerana - Chaliponga
Date Added: Sunday 22 May, 2005
Chaliponga - Chagropanga - Diplopterys cabrerana Diplopterys cabrerana (Chagropanga, Chaliponga) is a regular companion to Banisteriopsis Caapi in Ayahuasca brews in much of the Amazon. Although Psychotria viridis (Chacruna) is more familiar and the most commonly associated admixture plant with the Caapi vine, Chaliponga is prefered by many ayahuascaros through the Amazon in Equador, Western Columbia and Northern Peru and actual use of Chagropanga in Ayahuasca may be more common than Chacruna, overall. The alkaloid content of Chaliponga can be several times that o...

Dioscorea dregeana - Wild Yam
Date Added: Sunday 22 May, 2005
Dioscorea Dregeana - Wild Yam: Also known as wild yam. The Zulu names udakwa and isidakwa respectively mean "inducing drowsiness" and "a drunkard" it is a profound sedative that is used to treat epilepsy, hysteria, insomnia and acute psychosis. This potent narcotic is used to sedate violent, psychotic patients and is also used as an analgesic. In earlier times it was used as general anaesthetic to enable fractures of the limbs to be to be manipulated and stabilised by traditional bonesetters. The tuber is generally taken orally or as a w...

Desmanthus illinoisis - Illinois Bundleflower
Date Added: Sunday 22 May, 2005
Desmanthus Illinoensis AKA Illinois Bundleflower: Illinois Bundleflower is a woody pereniial herb that has been used by native Americans to alleviate symptoms of cold and flu. Desmanthus illinoensis was made into a pulp to alleviate skin and eye irritation. The root bark contains indole alkaloids and should be considered poisonous. Seeds should be soaked and scarified in...

Cytisus scoparius - Scotch Broom
Date Added: Sunday 22 May, 2005
Cytisus Scoparius, Scotch Broom: Cytisus scoparius is also called Basam, Bisom, Breeam, and Brum. Scotch Broom, a member of the leguminosae family, has been used amoung the Yaqui medicine men for its magical properties. Cytisus scoparius is native to the Canary Islands and was introduced into mexico from the Old World. Scotch Broom has been used ...

Conium maculatum - Poison Hemlock
Date Added: Sunday 22 May, 2005
Conium maculatum (Poison Hemlock, Hemlock) Poison hemlock is a coarse biennial herb with a smooth, purple-spotted, hollow stem and leaves like parsley. It grows 3 to 6 feet tall and in late summer has many small white flowers in showy umbels. It has been used as a classic admixture to witch's brews. All plant parts are poisonous. However, the seeds contain the highest con...

Cola nitida - Kola Nut
Date Added: Sunday 22 May, 2005
Cola Nitida - Kola Nut: Kola nut is from an evergreen tree indigenous to parts of West Africa, growing up to 20 meters tall. The seeds of Cola nitida are taken from the pods and their outer coat is removed. They are chewed while fresh or dried. In Africa the Kola nuts are very popular and commonly given as ceremonial gifts. We have other "varieties" of kola nut available as well. Inquire. Cola Nitida - Kola Nut for sale:...

Catha edulis - Khat Seeds
Date Added: Sunday 22 May, 2005
Catha edulis - Khat Seeds Catha edulis, Khat, was extremely popular in ancient Egypt. Khat was used to increase conversation. Khat is little-known today outside its common use by Arab males in Yemen. The United States has seen some popularity growth for Khat, but it is mostly limited to Arab immigrants. Khat foliage is illegal in the U.S. Catha Edulis (Khat) Seeds:...

Calea zacatechichi - Dream Herb
Date Added: Sunday 22 May, 2005
Dream Herb Calea Zacatechichi, Leaf of God Dream Herb was traditionally used by the Chontal Natives of Oaxaca, Mexico. It would be prepared as a tea and drank while smoking a cigarette made up of the foliage just before going to bed. Those who partook of the Dream Herb were able to experience lucid dreaming; the ability to control and remember their dreams with less effort. Auditory hal...

Banisteriopsis Caapi - Caapi Vine
Date Added: Sunday 22 May, 2005
Banisteriopsis Caapi Vine, the legendary Ayahuasca Vine - "Vine of Souls", is native to the Amazonian rainforest. Thousands of indigenous people of the region use Banisteriopsis Caapi Vine in sacred religious and healing ceremonies, as part of their traditional religions. Banisteriopsis Caapi Vine is the main ingredient in Ayahuasca (Yage, Yaje), a sacred medicine used for millennia in order to enter the sacred supernatural world, to heal, divine, and worship. To prepare Ayahuasca, sections of Banisteriopsis Caapi vine were boiled with leaves from a number of potential admixture plants such ...

Atropa belladonna - Belladonna
Date Added: Sunday 22 May, 2005
Atropa belladonna (Belladonna) Atropa belladonna (Belladonna, Nightshade) Atropa belladonna is a perennial branching herb growing to 5 feet tall, with 8 inch long ovate leaves. The leaves in first-year Atropa belladonna plants are larger than those of older plants. The flowers are bell-shaped, blue-purple or dull red, followed by a shiny, black or purple 0.5 inch berry.Native of Europe and Asia. ...

Artemisia Absinthium - Wormwood
Date Added: Sunday 22 May, 2005
Artemisia Absinthium (Absinthe, Wormwood) Wormwood has had many useful medical applications. In fact, the first known mention of wormwood is in the Ebers papyrus, a medical document dating to 1550 B.C. The Egyptians and many later cultures used it as a vermifuge, and the name "wormwood" may refer to this property of ridding the body of worms...

Hawaiian Baby Woodrose Seeds
Date Added: Sunday 22 May, 2005
Hawaiian Baby Woodrose Seeds Argyreia Nervosa Hawaiian Baby Woodrose is a member of the Convolvulaceae family, related to Morning Glory. Baby Woodrose is Found in Asia and Haiti in addition to Hawaii. Hawaiian Baby Woodrose is a large growing vine reaching lengths of 10 Meters (30+ Feet). The vines have large, heart-shaped leaves and clusters of 2-3 inch flowers. It is a beautiful ornamental vine. ...

Argemone mexicana - Prickly Poppy
Date Added: Sunday 22 May, 2005
Argemone mexicana (Mexican Prickly Poppy, Chicalote, Devil's Fig, Thistle Poppy) Argemone Mexicana (Prickly Poppy) is fast growing, very ornamental and covered with prickles. Prickly poppy is easily grown from scattered seed. Blooms entire summer. Mexican Prickly Poppy is from the Papaveraceae family and is native to mexico. Argemone mexicana has many medicinal uses: It ha...

Areca Catechu - Betel Nuts
Date Added: Sunday 22 May, 2005
Betel Nuts - Areca catechu           Betel Nuts are chewed throughout Asia, India and the Pacific. Betel Nuts come from an evergreen tree which grows to a height of 30 meters (90+ Feet) with a spread of 5 meters (15+ Feet). Betel Nuts are used medicinally in the treatment of intestinal worms. A common use of Betel Nuts is in ritualistic chewing. The chewing of Betel Nuts causes...

Anadenanthera colubrina - Cebil - Cohoba
Date Added: Sunday 22 May, 2005
Anadenanthera colubrina (Cebil, Vilca, Vhilca, Beans of the hekula spirit) The genus Anadenanthera, a member of the leguminosae family, has been used for its psychoactive effects for approximetaly 4,500 years. Anadenanthera colubrina was traditionally used in Shamanism by the Indians of the Southern region of the Andes. The seeds were made into a snuff called Cebil or Vilca. Anadenanthera colubrina is used throughout South America. It is used in the Orinoco basin, where it must be cultivated by shamans because it is not native to this area.. The Yanomano and Waika tribes use it in Epena, a snuff containing A. Peregrina...

Amanita Muscaria, Fly Agaric Mushrooms
Date Added: Sunday 22 May, 2005
Amanita Muscaria (Fly Agaric Mushrooms, Amanitas) Amanita muscaria, the highly visible and strikingly beautiful mushroom, also known as the Fly Agaric, is yellow to red in color and speckeled with white. Amanita muscaria is probably humanity's oldest entheogen. Amanita muscaria's history has it associated with both Shamanic and magical practices. ...
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Ethnobotanicals:

 Amanita muscaria - Fly Agaric Mushroom
 Anadenanthera colubrina - Yopo
 Anadenanthera peregrina 
 Areca catechu - Betel Nut
 Argemone mexicana - Prickly Poppy 
 Argyreia Nervosa - Hawaiian Baby Woodrose
 Artemesia absinthium - Wormwood
 Atropa Belladonna - Belladonna
 Banisteriopsis caapi - Caapi Vine
 Calcium hydroxide 
 Calea zacatechichi - Dream Herb
 Catha edulis - Khat
 Cola nitida - Kola nut
 Conium maculatum - Poison Hemlcok
 Cytisus canariensis - Scotch Broom
 Cytisus scoparius - Scotch Broom
 Datura ferox 
 Datura inoxia 
 Datura metal 
 Desmanthus illinoisis - Illinois Bundleflower 
 Dioscorea dregeana - Wild Yam
 Diplopterys cabrerana - Chaliponga 
 Entada rheedii - African Dream Herb 
 Eschscholzia Californica - California poppy
 Heimia salicifolia - Sinicuichi
 Hyoscyamus niger - Henbane
 Ipomoea - Morning Glory
 Lactuca virosa - Opium Lettuce
 Lagochilus inebrians - Inebriating Mint
 Leonotus leonorus - Wild Dagga
 Leonurus sibiricus - Motherwort
 Lobelia inflata
 Mandragora officinarum - Mandrake
 Mimosa hostilis - Jurema
 Mimosa pudica - Sensitive plant
 Mitragyna speciosa - Kratom
 Nelumbo nucifera - Sacred Lotus
 Nepeta cataria - Catnip
 Nicotiana glauca
 Nymphaea alba - White Lotus
 Nymphaea caerulea - Blue Lotus
 Papaver somniferum - Opium Poppy
 Peganum harmala - Syrian Rue
 Piper methysticum - Kava Kava
 Psychotria viridis - Chacruna
 Rauwolfia serpentina - Serpent Wood
 Rivea corymbosa - Ololiuqui
 Salvia Divinorum Foliage, 5x, 10x Extracts
 Sceletium tortuosum - Kanna
 Scutellaria lateriflora - Skullcap
 Solanum Sp.
 Sophora secundiflora - Mescal Beans
 Tunera diffusa - Damiana
 Virola theiodora - Epena
 Voacanga africana - Voacanga

Herbals:

 Corynanthe yohimbe 
 Ephedra Sinica
 Funtumia elastica - Yamoa
 Hypericum perforatum
 Lepidium meyenii - Maca
 Matricaria chamomila - Chamomile
 Mucuna Pruriens - Cowitch
 Nepeta cataria - Catnip
 Panax Ginseng 
 Passiflora incarnata - Passion Flower
 Paullinia cupana - Guarana
 Peganum harmala - Syrian Rue
 Piper methysticum - Kava Kava
 Tunera diffusa - Damiana
 Ilex paraguariensis -  Yerba Mate Tea and Supplies

Cactus

 Carnegia gigantea - Saguaro Cactus
 Trichocereus bridgesii 
 Trichocereus macrogonus 
 Trichocereus Pachanoi - San Pedro Cactus
 Trichocereus Peruvianus - Peruvian Torch Cactus
 Trichocereus Spachianus
 Trichocereus terscheckii