Astragalus Root Powder
Description: Traditionally used to strengthen inner Chi (Qi) and the immune system, astragalus root has been used in ancient Chinese medicine for centuries. Due to
the root’s slightly sweet-tasting and warming effects, it has been historically added to soups and teas along with other herbs, such as: ginseng, angelica, and licorice.
Botanical Name: Astragalus membranaceus
Common names: Milkvetch, locoweed, goat's-thorn, Huang Qi
Medicinal part: RootsSale
Basil Sweet C/S
Description: Some historical societies praised Basil as “kingly” and even considered it a token of love for the dead. It was cherished in India by those who practiced Ayurveda
and was often used in tonics and salves. Contrarily, in many cultures, the herb was thought to harbour misfortune and was clouded by superstition. Today, basil is found on nearly
every cook’s spice rack and is enjoyed fresh in pesto sauce, pasta dishes, and more.
Botanical Name: Ocimum basilicum
Common names: Great basil, St. Joseph’s Wort
Medicinal part: LeavesSale
Cinnamon Ground - Organic
Description: Cinnamon comes from the inner bark of southeastern Asian evergreen trees. After harvesting cinnamon bark, it is laid out to dry in the sun, as it dries, it naturally curls in on itself giving cinnamon its “stick” shape. Cinnamon has many uses, however, it’s most noted for its warm, spicy-sweet taste in baked goods, candies, teas, and more.
Botanical name: Cinnamomum cassia
Common names: Chinese cinnamon, cassia bark
Medicinal part: BarkSale
Clove Leaf Essential Oil
Latin Name: Eugenia caryophyllus
Biological Definition: The volatile oil obtained from the steam distillation of the leaves of the Clove tree Sygizium aromaticum (L.) Merr & L.M. Perry - Fam. Myrtaceae
(syn Eugenia caryophyllus (C. Spreng) Bull et Harr.).
Main Constituents: Eugenol, caryophyllene, eugenyl acetate
Plant Part: Leaf
Processing Method: Distilled
Appearance: Mobile oily liquid light yellow
INCI Name: Eugenia Caroyphyllus Leaf Oil
CAS number: 8000-34-8Sale
Marjoram Sweet Essential Oil
Latin Name: Origanum majorana
Biological Definition: Origanum Majorana Leaf Oil is the volatile oil distilled from the leaves of the Sweet Marjoram, Origanum majorana L., Labiatae.
Main Constituents: Hydrocarbons, Linalool, 4-Terpinenol, d-Limonene, Thymol, Carvacrol
Plant Part: Herb
Processing Method: Distilled
Appearance: Mobile liquid, pale yellow to greenish yellow.
INCI Name: Origanum Majorana Leaf Oil
CAS number: 84082-58-6Sale
Orange Sweet Essential Oil
Latin Name: Citrus sinensis
Biological Definition: Citrus Aurantium Dulcis Peel Oil Expressed is an essential oil expressed from the fresh epicarps of the Sweet Orange Citrus, aurantium L. var. dulcis L.
(syn: Citrus sinensis), Rutaceae.
Main Constituents: D-Limonene, α-Pinene Natural, a-Terpineol (p-menth-1-en-8-ol), Citral, Citronellal, Decanal, Linalool, Myrcene (7-methyl-3-methyleneocta-1,6-diene), Octanal
Plant Part: Peel
Processing Method: Expressed
Appearance: Mobile Liquid, orange to orange-red.
INCI Name: Citrus Aurantium Dulcis Peel Oil Expressed
CAS number: 8028-48-6Sale
Rose Hip Seed Oil Organic Cold Pressed
Biological Definition: Rosa Canina Fruit Oil is the fixed oil derived from dog rose, Rosa canina Rosaceae.
Appearance: Clear liquid yellow
Refractive Index @ 20°C: 1.467 – 1.480
Specific Gravity @ 20°C (g/ml): 0.911 – 0.928
Free Fatty Acid (% As Oleic): ≤ 0.5
Iodine Value (mg/g): 138.0 – 179.0
Peroxide Value (Meq /Kg): ≤ 8.0 (at time of production analysis)
Saponification Value (mgKOH/g): 185.0 – 206.0
Acid Value (mgKOH/g): ≤ 1.0
INCI Name: Rosa Canina Fruit Oil
CAS Number: 84696-47-9 / 84603-93-0Sale