Chickweed Herb c/s
Botanical Name - Stellaria media
Other Names - Chick Wattles, Mouse Ear
Origin - Bulgaria
Add to cosmetic vinegars and tinctures for topical use. Chickweed herb is also used to make herbal shampoos and liquid soaps, and is a nice addition to bath bags.
Sprinkle over salads, pasta, soups, casseroles and even stir-fries. The dried herb has a fresh taste similar to alfalfa sprouts and can also be added to pesto, dips and condiments.
Packaging - We package all of our herbal, fruit powders and spices in a heat sealed mylar bag which serves as a very effective barrier to light, oxygen, odors, flavors, moisture, and bacteria. The bag can be resealed with any household iron or curling iron.
Precautions - No known precautions. If you are taking any other herbs or supplements please consult with a qualified health-care provider before starting any new regimen. If you are pregnant or breast feeding, consult with your physician before taking.
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