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Mountain Rose Herbs: Cinnamon (Sweet) Sticks Cinnamomum verum Origin: Sri Lanka TRUE cinnamon

these have been trialed by a Super Sensitive successfully. They need to be washed and then dehydrated before use.

Mountain Rose Herbs: Slippery Elm Bark Capsules

Mountain Rose Herbs: Slippery Elm Bark Capsules

Mountain Rose Herbs: Lemongrass Powder - considered by Paracelsus to be a CURE-ALL and was his favorite and most revered herb - https://www.mountainroseherbs.com/products/lemongrass-powder/profile

Mountain Rose Herbs: Lemongrass Powder - considered by Paracelsus to be a CURE-ALL and was his favorite and most revered herb - https://www.mountainroseherbs.com/products/lemongrass-powder/profile

Dried Ginger Root - To make ginger tea, simmer 3/4 teaspoon (0.5 to 1.0 grams) of chopped ginger in 1 cup of hot water for five minutes in a closed teapot. from Mountain Rose Herbs

Dried Ginger Root - To make ginger tea, simmer teaspoon to grams) of chopped ginger in 1 cup of hot water for five minutes in a closed teapot. from Mountain Rose Herbs

Introduction Allspice comes from an evergreen shrub native to Jamaica, Southern Mexico and parts of Central America. The smaller plants are sensitive to frost, but become hardier with age, growing to the size of large canopy trees. The spice itself is actually the unripe fruit of the plant. After harvest, the fruits are dried in order to create the little brown berries we know as the spice. It is named after its complex flavor which is said to resemble the combined taste of cinnamon…

Introduction Allspice comes from an evergreen shrub native to Jamaica, Southern Mexico and parts of Central America. The smaller plants are sensitive to frost, but become hardier with age, growing to the size of large canopy trees. The spice itself is actually the unripe fruit of the plant. After harvest, the fruits are dried in order to create the little brown berries we know as the spice. It is named after its complex flavor which is said to resemble the combined taste of cinnamon…

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