Angelica Root C/S
During the Great Plague of London in the late-mid 1600’s, a monk claimed an angel visited him in his dreams and presented Angelica as the cure for the epidemic. After this, it was regarded as “the antidote” to the plague. Royal publications such as: “The King’s Majesty’s Excellent Recipe for the Plague” fuelled this idea and helped give Angelica its name—meaning Angel.
Botanical Name: Angelica officinalis
Common names: Garden angelica, wild archangel, wild celery
Medicinal part: Root, seeds, rootstockSale
Cedarwood Chinese Essential Oil
Latin Name: Cedrus deodorata
Biological Definition: The essential oil obtained by steam distillation of twigs & branches of Cupressus funebris Endl.
Main Constituents: Alpha-Cedrene, Cedrol,
Plant Part: Wood
Processing Method: Distilled
Appearance: Clear liquid pale yellow to yellow
Odour: Characteristic, sweet, woody, almost balsamic
INCI Name: Cupressus funebris wood oil
CAS Number: 8000-27-9Sale
Celery Seed Whole
The Greeks and Romans called it "smallage" and harvested it in the wild for its medicinal properties. The Romans used it more for cooking. When it was finally grown and harvested in the middle ages it was found to be a wonderful vegetable to add to the dinner table. It was not until the 19th century that the seeds were used as a spice in recipes and pickling.
Botanical Name: Apium graveolens
Common Names: Celery, wild celery
Medicinal Part: SeedSale
Citronella Essential Oil
Latin Name: Cymbopogon nardus
Biological Definition: The volatile oil obtained by the steam distillation of the semi-
dried aerial parts of Cymbopogon winterianus Jowitt.
Main Constituents: Limonene, citronellal, linalool, geraniol, citronellol, geranyl acetate
Plant Part: Grass
Processing Method: Distilled
Appearance: Limonene, citronellal, linalool, geraniol, citronellol, geranyl acetate,
INCI Name: INCI Name Cymbopogon winterianus oil
CAS number: 8000-29-1Sale
Comfrey Leaf C/S
The comfrey plant has a history of use in healing wounds and mending broken bones. In fact, in multiple languages, its name can be roughly translated to “grow together”. Farmers often used specially bred comfrey plants to activate compost and condition soil.
Botanical Name: Symphytum officinale
Common Names: Blackwort, bruisewort, knitbone, salsify, slippery-root, gum plant
Medicinal Part: Leaf, rootSale
Henna Black Powder
Henna is a tall shrub or small tree, standing 1.8 to 7.6 m tall (6 to 25 ft). It is glabrous and multi-branched, with spine-tipped branchlets. The leaves grow opposite each other on the stem. They are glabrous, sub-sessile, elliptical, and lanceolate (long and wider in the middle; average dimensions are 1.5–5.0 cm x 0.5–2 cm or 0.6–2 in x 0.2–0.8 in), acuminate (tapering to a long point), and have depressed veins on the dorsal surface.
Botanical Name: Indigofera tinctoria
Common Names: Hina, the henna tree, the mignonette tree, and the Egyptian privet
Medicinal Part: LeafSale
Olive Pomace Oil Refined
Biological Definition: Olea Europaea Oil is the fixed oil obtained from the ripe fruit of the olive tree, Olea europaea, Oleaceae. It consists primarily of the glycerides of the fatty acids linoleic, oleic and palmitic.
Appearance: Clear liquid, greenish
INCI Name: Olea Europaea Fruit Oil.
CAS number: 8001-25-0Sale