What a SupHerb Summer we will have!

The moment has arrived! https://youtu.be/dfLT2Hyeq3g?list=PLHuNXRzLEuv_zuxdI24mpUgw4548kWyAJ Please view the intro to SupHerBlendz video I just posted on youtube. Much appreciation SupHerb people! SupHerbly, Lanita

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Ain’t no milk in this thistle!

Here is the herb to grow for protection from trespassers. Milk Thistle - Silybum marianum, is a member of the Asteraceae family, traditionally used in Chinese, European, and Ayurvedic medicine. It is native to Southern Europe, Asia Minor, and the Mediterranean region but, now the plant grows wild globally. Milk thistle is one of the … Continue reading Ain’t no milk in this thistle!

They have arrived, Red Clovers!

I am grateful for the PD Nettles, because the Red Clovers arrive as they disappear. Red Clover - Trifolium pratense, is member of the Fabaceae family, traditionally from North America as it is common throughout Canada and the United States. The flowering tops are what you want to use for medicinal purposes. Red clover maintains … Continue reading They have arrived, Red Clovers!

Fennel is medicinal

Greetings SupHerb readers! I have another superb herb to tell you about. Fennel - Foeniculum¬†vulgare, is a member of the¬†Apiaceae family. The whole plant is used medicinally.   Fennel is used for medicinal purposes as an anti-inflammatory, antispasmodic, carminative, digestive, diuretic, emmenagogue, expectorant, lactagogue, purgative, stimulant, stomachic and tonic. Fennel has several vitamins and minerals … Continue reading Fennel is medicinal