Ayurvedic Medicinal Herb Seed Collection (7 packets): Amla; Andrographis; Ashwagandha, Vedic; Eclipta, Lemongrass; Spilanthes, Brede Mafane; Tulsi, Rama


This is a great starter kit for anyone interested in Ayurvedic medicine.  Below find a rundown on the herbs in the collection, their scientific names and a little information about each.  More info available on this website under the individual seed headings.  Price shown is a substantial discount over buying the packets individually.

Amla (Emblica officinalis) is a small tree that is beloved by the peoples living in the foothills of the Himalayas.

Andrographis (Andrographis paniculata) is a basil-like tropical annual.  Traditional use (Ayurveda): bitters.

Ashwagandha (Withania somnifera) is well-known for its roots.  Traditional use (Ayurveda): male tonic.

Eclipta (Eclipta alba) is the ayurvedic herb “bhringraj.”  This pretty creeper with aster-like white flowers.

Lemongrass (Cymbopogon flexuosus) makes a great addition to soups and combines favorably with tulsi in tea blends.

Spilanthes, Brede Mafane (Acmella alba) is an unusual plant that produces yellow, conical flowers.   Very fun to grow, these are particularly good in hanging baskets.  Source of isobutylamides.  Traditional usage: antimalarial, dentifrice.

Tulsi, Rama (Ocimum tenuiflorum).  This is the green leaved and purple stemmed cultivar, a potent tea herb and a doorway to higher consciousness.  This plant can be found growing near doorways and temples throughout India.  The tea of dried herb is tasty.

7 full-sized seed packets, Open Pollinated, Untreated, NO GMO’s

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    gani ndoj

    Can grow Michigan zone 5-6

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      most of these are grown as summer annuals. please check the individual monographs for more information

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