HERBAL HEALER ACADEMY INC.
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HERBAL HEALER BULK HERBS
PROFESSIONAL USE ONLY

A - C
Acacia Flower through Cumin Seed
(click here for other bulk herbs)
   
 
Acacia Flower
(Pseudo acasis)
 
Agar Agar
(Gracilaria lichenoides)
 
Agrimony
(Agrimonia eupatoria)
 
Alfalfa
(Medicago sativa)
 
Alfalfa Seed
(Medicago sativa)
 
Alkanet Root
(Batschia canescens)
 
Allspice
(Pimenta dioica)
 
Aloe Powder
(Aloe spicata)
 
Angelica Root
(Angelica Archangelica)
 
Anise Seed
(Pimpinella anisum)
 
Annatto Seed
(Bixa orellana)
 
Arnica Flowers
(Arnica montana)
 
Asafoedida Powder
(Ferula asafoetida)
 
Ashwaganda Root
(Withania somnifera)
 
Astragalus Root
(Astragalus membranaceus)
 
Barberry Root Bark
(Berberis vulgaris)
 
Basil Leaf Sweet
(Ocimum basilicum)
 
Bay Leaf
(Ocimum sanctum)
 
Bayberry Root Bark
(Myrica cerifera)
 
Bee Pollen
 
Beet Root
(Beta vulgaris)
 
Bilberry Fruit
(Vaccinium myrtillus)
 
Bilberry Leaf (Blueberry)
(Vaccinium myrtillus)
 
Birch Bark
(Betula alba)
 
Black Cohosh Root
(Cimicifuga racemosa)
 
Black Current Leaf
(Ribes nigrum)
 
Black Walnut Hulls
(Juglans nigra)
 
Black Walnut Leaf
(Juglans nigra)
 
Blackberry Leaf
(Rubus fruticosus)
 
Bladderwrack
(Fucus versiculous)
 
Blessed Thistle Herb
(Cnicus benedictus)
 
Bloodroot
(Sanguinaria canadensis)
 
Blue Cohosh Root
(Caulophyllum thalictriodes)
 
Boldo Leaf
(Peumus boldus)
 
Boneset Herb
(Eupatorium perfoliatum)
 
Borage Herb
(Borago officinalis)
 
Buckthorn Bark
(Rhamnus fragula)
 
Bupleurum Root
(Burpleurum Radix chin.)
 
Burdock Root
(Arctium lapps)
 
Butchers Broom
(Rucus aculeatua)
 
Butternut Bark
(Juglans cinevea)
 
Button Snake Root
(Liatris spicata)
 
Calamus Root
(Acorus calamus)
 
Calendula Flowers
(Calendula Officinalis)
 
Canada Snake Root
(Asarum Canadense)
 
Caraway Seed
(Carum carvi)
 
Cardamon Seed
(Elettaria cardamomum)
 
Cascara Sagrada Bark
(Rhamnus purshiana)
 
Catnip Herb
(Nepata cataria)
 
Cats Claw
(Unicaria tomentosa)
 
Cayenne
(Capsicum annuum)
 
Cayenne-Extra Hot
(African Birdseye Pepper)
 
Celery Seed
(Apium Graveolens)
 
Centaury Herb
(Centaurea centaurium)
 
Chamomile Flowers
(Matricaria recutita)
 
Chaparal Leaf
(Larrea tridentata)
 
Chaste Tree Berry
(Vitex agnus castus)
 
Chervil Leaf
(Anthriscus cerfolium)
 
Chestnut Leaf
(Castanea dentata)
 
Chia Seed
(Salvia hispanica)
 
Chickweed Herb
(Stellaria media)
 
Chicory Root Raw
(Cichorium intybus)
 
Chinese Five Spice Blend
(Oriental Blend)
 
Chives
(Allium schoenprasum)
 
Chlorella
 
Chrysanthemum
(Chrysanthemum mori)
 
Cilantro Leaf
(Coriandrium sativum)
 
Cinnamon
(Cinnamomun cassia)
 
Cleavers Herb
(Galium aparine)
 
Cloves
(Syzygium aromaticum)
 
Clubmoss
(Lycopodium clavatum)
 
Coltsfoot Leaf
(Tussilago farfara)
 
Comfrey Leaf
(Symphytum officinale)
 
Comfrey Root
(Symphytum officinale)
 
Coriander Seed
(Coriandrum sativum)
 
Cornflowers
(Centaurea cyanus)
 
Cornsilk
(Zea mays)
 
Cowslip Primrose Flower
(Primula veris)
 
Cramp Bark
(Vibernum opulus)
 
Cranesbill Root
(Geranium cyminum)
 
Culvers Root
(Black Root)
(Varonicastrum virgin.)
 
Cumin Seed
(Cuminum cyminum)

A - C
D - H
I - P
Q - Z
Acacia Flower
through
Cumin Seed
Damiana Leaf
through
Hyssop Herb
Irish Moss
through
Psyllium Seed Husk
Queen of the Meadow Herb
through
Yucca Root

All our bulk herbs are either organic or wildcrafted and the best available. We keep a large selection on hand, but due to natural conditions, not all herbs are always available. Organic herbs are cultivated herbs that use no pesticides, wildcrafted herbs are herbs gathered from the wild and are also not sprayed with anything. Our herbs come is different forms. Ground (G) is used for making capsules and poultices. Cut and Sifted (C/S) is normally used in all tea blends and tincturing. Whole Roots are also used in teas and tincturing. Tincturing is taught in our HHA Herbology Course.

It is important for you to understand that using bulk herbs requires skill and training. Just because it is an herb, does not mean that it is harmless to the body. Each herb has it's own healing properties and some herbs are much more potent and cause physical reactions than others. For instance, Senna Leaf. This is a very potent laxative and if you drink a glass or two of this as a refreshment beverage, you will spend the next day in the bathroom. Senna is to be used as a medicinal herb only and not in any refreshment herbal tea. Many herbs like Peppermint, Spearmint, Chamomile, Alfalfa, etc can be used in refreshment teas and offer mild nutritive support with no side effects. These are even safe for children. But not all herbs are like this, so if you are not skilled at using herbals we suggest you take the HHA 22 Lessons Herbology Home Study Course and read some of our HHA Natural Medicine and Herbology Books. Highly recommended for advanced herbalists and students is Dr. Christopher's book - School of Natural Healing. It is an exceptional reference book that lists many herbal formulations for specific ailments. It is a hardback and we sell it for $39.95.

MAKING AN HERBAL TEA
Two methods are used. One is known as INFUSION - This is where you simply pour boiling water over the herbs and let them sit for 15 minutes and strain. This method is used with the leafy and floral herbs such as Peppermint, Spearmint, Chamomile, Alfalfa, etc. To help protect the volatile oils and enhance flavor the cup should be covered. while steeping. Simply take 1 level tablespoon per cup, add your boiling water, cover, let steep, drain and sweeten if necessary. The second method is known as DECOCTION - This requires that you simmer the herbs in water on low heat for 15 to 20 minutes. This is done with all root herbs and bark herbs. This process is necessary in order to extract the healing nutrients from the herbs with the tough outer coatings.

MAKING HERBAL MEDICINE TEA
The ratio is slightly different, but the above process is the same. Use 1 oz. of herb per pint (16 oz) of distilled water. Double the steep or boil time. Strain and refrigerate. After straining you should get about 12 oz. Doses will vary depending on the herb used, but usually it is one to two ounces mixed with 2 ounces of distilled water. These teas are good for a week in the refrigerator.

HERBAL TEA COMBINATIONS
Certain herbal blends provide outstanding flavors for everyday herbal tea use. We have many available for you on our Herbal Tea Pages. Bulk Teas and Teabag Combinations. http://www.herbalhealer.com/teas.html


INCREDIBLE SELECTION OF BULK HERBS...

A - C
D - H
I - P
Q - Z
Acacia Flower
through
Cumin Seed
Damiana Leaf
through
Hyssop Herb
Irish Moss
through
Psyllium Seed Husk
Queen of the Meadow Herb
through
Yucca Root

Note: Herbal Healer Academy is not responsible for the use of these bulk herbs
and when purchasing them you agree not to hold Herbal Healer Academy or any of it's owners liable.
Also all Bulk Herbs are Non-refundable.

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