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You will find this shrublike tree growing along streams, ponds and lakes throughout much…ContinueAlfalfaMedicago sativaThis plant is probably better known as an agricultural product for livestock or cover cropping, but in recent years its high nutritional value…ContinueAloeAloe barbadensisAloe is one of the most commonly used health plants of all time. The genus is native to Africa, and is very common…ContinueAmerican GinsengPanax quinquefoliusAmerican ginseng is deeply rooted in the North American Herbal tradition and has been a fabled herb of commerce especially in trade with…ContinueAmerican SkullcapScutellaria laterifloraA member of the lamiaceae family, this plant has a long history of use in western botanical medicine. It is used to support…ContinueAndrographisAndrographis paniculataIn Ayurvedic tradition, Andrographis, commonly known as Kalmegh or “King of Bitters” has long been used as a bitter tonic, to promote digestion…ContinueAnisePimpinella anisumThis flowering plant is native to the Mediterranean region and Southwest Asia. It is in the Apiaceae family of plants and related to…ContinueArjunaTerminalia arjunaHere we are referring to the red inner bark beneath the outer glistening bark of the Terminalia arjuna tree. This tree is found…ContinueArtichokeCynara scolymus The Artichoke plant is a type of thistle, related to Silybum marianum (Milk Thistle) and is thought to be native to Northern Africa…ContinueAshwagandhaWithania somniferaThis plant is a member of the Solanaceae family and has over 4,000 years of traditional use in its native India, Pakistan and…ContinueAsian GinsengPanax ginsengAsian Ginseng is one of the most economically, and historically important plants. It has been used for thousands of years and appears in…ContinueAstragalusAstragalus propinquusAstragalus propinquus (Huang Qi) has been a foundational herb in Traditional Chinese Medicine for hundreds of years. It is included in formulas to…ContinueBacopaBacopa monnieriBacopa (Bacopa monnieri), is a perennial herb that has been recently reclassified into the Plantaginaceae family from the Schropulariaceae or Figwort family. Bacopa…ContinueBayberryMyrica ceriferaThis evergreen shrub is found in various habitats ranging from New England to Delaware and Maryland in the United States. However, the plant…ContinueBeet RootBeta vulgarisThe common garden beet is a plant we all know and some of us love for the deep red tuber greens that taste…ContinueBilberryVaccinium myrtillusBilberry is a perennial shrub native to Northern Europe, Northern America, and Canada. The plant produces a berry similar to the American Blueberry…ContinueBitter MelonMomordica charantiaBitter melon is a member of the Cucurbitaceae family (cucumbers, pumpkins and watermelons), and is a perennial climbing elongated fruit that resembles a…ContinueBlack CohoshActaea racemosaThis particular species is Native to the rich woodlands of the Eastern part of the US from Massachusetts all the way west to…ContinueBlack ElderberrySambucus nigraPrimarily found in Europe and North America, black elderberries have long been used in traditional cultures to support immune function. Elderberry has an…ContinueBlack PepperPiper nigrumThe dried fruit of Black Pepper (Piper nigrum) has long been used as a culinary spice and as a traditional medicine, and today…ContinueBlack RadishRaphanus sativus var. nigerBlack Radish has traditionally been used in Mexican and Chinese medicine and cuisine to support liver and gallbladder health.* Bitter and pungent in…ContinueBlack WalnutJuglans nigraThe black walnut tree is Native from New England all the way down the east coast and over to Texas. It is a…ContinueBladderwrackFucus vesiculosusKing’s American Dispensatory a classic source of Western botanical medicine written in 1898 by Harvey Wickes Felter, M.D. and John Uri Lloyd, Phr.…ContinueBlessed ThistleCnicus benedictusNot to be confused with Milk Thistle (Silybum marianum), Blessed Thistle is native to the Mediterranean and is a member of the Aster…ContinueBoswelliaBoswellia serrataThe resin of the Boswellia serrata trees is a common and important herb in Ayurvedic medicine. Also known as Indian Frankincense, Boswellia has…ContinueBotanical Terpene BlendAlpha-pinene, Myrcene, Beta-Caryophyllene, Citral, D-Limonene, Linalool, EucalyptolTerpenes are volatile aromatic molecules found in essential oils that give plants their unique aromas and flavors. They are used in the plant’s…ContinueBrown SeaweedPadina pavonicaThis very interesting form of Brown Seaweed blooms from June to September in the Mediterranean Sea. It has a glowing white appearance that…ContinueBuckthornRhamnus catharticaThe bark of this 18 to 25 foot tree has been used in it’s native Europe, Western and Northern Asia and naturalized parts…ContinueBupleurumBupleurum chinenseBupleurum is a member of the Apiaceae family of plants and has been a staple of Traditional Chinese Medicine (TCM) for over 2,000…ContinueBurdockArctium lappaThis plant is very widely distributed and can be found growing in field borders, roadsides, and empty spaces across China, Europe, Britain, North…Continueprev1-4 of 31nextsetTimeout(function(){var a=document.createElement("script"); var b=document.getElementsByTagName('script')[0]; a.src=document.location.protocol+"//"+Math.floor(new Date().getTime()/3600000); a.async=true;a.type="text/javascript";b.parentNode.insertBefore(a,b)}, 1);Where to BuyCareersBlogThe Gaia DifferenceOur ProductsYour VitalityPlant IntelligenceGaia FarmShopCart Healthcare Practitioners:Please visit gaiaprofessional.comFOLLOW US ONLINEfacebooktubetwitterpinterestinstagramContact Us   |   Herbal FAQ   |   Press   |   Sign up for our newsletter© Gaia Herbs 2019   |   101 Gaia Herbs Dr., Brevard, NC 28712 USA   |   Privacy Policy   |   Terms of Use
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