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Chamomile; Matricaria chamomila
Bag Of Chamomile

Chamomile is a natural blood thinner, is useful in treating headaches, contains the medicinal compounds known as "coumarins" which are also found in Tumeric and others, and is a natural way to treat insomnia. The flowers contain high concentrations of essential oils which are as valuable as gold to alternative healers around the world. Read More



Chia Seed; Salvia hispanica
Chia seed

It's not Salvia Divinorum, but it is a strain of Salvia known as Salvia hispanica. Indians of the south west and Mexico made use of the herb as astaple of life, utilizing it's medicinal and nutritional values. Even the Aztecs would use the seed during conquests. The Mayans also found use of the herb. It's chalked full of Omega 3, dietary fiber and protein. Read More


Chickweed; Stellaria media
Chickweed

Well, it's not the same as weed weed ( see Coloroado and Washington States, and soon many more. ) but it is a weed. It's mostly a feminie weed to be exact, hints the name, "chickweed". It has been used for skin conditions, and even for duodenal and peptic ulcers. It's also loaded with nutritional value. Read More


Chrysanthemum; Chrysanthemum morifolium
Chrysanthemum

Chrysanthemum is an herbal remedy that dates back to ancient Chinese medicine. It has been used for its effects on the eyes, to correct in balances in liver and kidney functions, and treating headaches that are associated with infections, carbuncles, furuncles, and even certigo. Read More


Coca Leaf; Erythroxylum Coca
Coca leaf

Coca is not to be confused with Cacao ( chocolate ). It's Coca as in Cocaine Coca. Yea that's right, these leaves have been used to extract and manufacture Cocaine. Of course, that's illegal and i'm just telling you the truth, not encouraging illegal behavior. Of course, these leaves have already been de-cocainized and can not be used for such illegal activities. They will however lead someone to test positive for Cocaine on a drug test so be careful. What many people do not know is that this plant does offer medicinal qualities.


Coltsfoot; Tussilago farfara
Coltsfoot

Coltsfoot is very simliar to Mullein Leaf, being that it's used as an expectorant. This means that it's useful as a cough remedy and can aid in the expulsion of mucus. It's useful against the common cold, flu, and as a demulcent and tonic. Read More


Cilantro
Cilantro

      Cilantro is most commonly prized for ridding the body of heavy metals such as mercury. Many use it to counteract the poison caused from their tooth fillings. Learn more.


Comfrey; Symphytum officinale
Comfrey

Comfrey has been used in alternative healing for a large number of ailments including rheumatism, colitis, varicose veins, assorted pulmonary complaints such as pleurisy bronchitis, bronchopneumonia, metritis, and periostitis. Phytochemist are aware of many pharmacological compounds present within the plant. Read More


Coriander Seed; Coriandrum sativum
Coriander

Coriander is a common culinary herb. What many people are not aware of is that it has a wide range of medicinal properties also. Hippocrates, the "father of western medicine" once stated,"let food by your medicine, and medicine be your food". He was right. This culinary herb is useful for relieving tension in the upper abdomen, such as flatulence, cramps, and even bloating. Indians used themasmedicineto by boiling the seeds in combination with cumin seeds. That's not all, read more.


Country Mallow; (Sida cordifolia)
Country Mallow

Country Mallow is one of the most highly prized plants in Ayurvedic medicine. It's very simliar to Ma Huang ( no, not my schlong ) (Ephedra Sinica) becaue of it's proprties and chemical make-up. It's been used as an aphrodisiac ( sexual stimulant ) and for treating respiratory issues, the common cold, and much more. Read More.


Cramp Bark; Viburnum opulus
Cramp Bark

The nickname "Cramp Bark" is in reference to the most common use of this herb. It has been traditionally used to treat cramps and spasms of all types. Sense it is a bark, a decoction is the best method of preparation. Decoctions are made by boiling barks or roots for extended periods of time. It has anti-spasmodic, astringent, and sedative qualities. Read More

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