Survival Medicine Garden Seed Collection, Organic

$19.95

Survival medicine garden consists of standard-sized packets of the herb seeds that we consider to be most useful for growing plants for first-aid and emergency use.  These are all fast-growing medicinals that can be ready for harvest in a single season or less.  Here are the herb seeds included:

Burdock, Gobo (Arctium lappa) traditional usage (TWM): tea, tincture, elimination of toxins, infections.  Fresh root, nutrition.

Calendula, Orange (Calendula officinalis) traditional usage (TWM): tea, tincture, oil and salve, antiseptic, antiinflammatory.

Comfrey, True (Symphytum officinalis) traditional usage (TWM): external use in salves, oils, poultices for the purposes of cell proliferation, rapid healing.

Dandelion (Taraxacum officinale): traditional usage (TWM): fresh or dried root and leaves, direct consumption, tea or tincture, blood cleansing, micronutrients, nutritional value.

Lettuce, Wild (Lactuca virosa) traditional usage (TWM): tea, tincture, extracted lactucarium, direct consumption of fresh leaf, pain relief.

Self Heal (Prunella vulgaris):  traditional usage (TWM): tea, tincture, oral lesions, sore throat, general astringent, pain relief.

Valerian (Valeriana officinalis) traditional usage (TWM): tea, tincture, direct consumption, sedative.

Yarrow (Achillea millefolium) traditional usage (TWM): tea, tincture, direct application, styptic, antiinflammatory, deep wounds, first-aid.

8 packets, all certified organically grown

 

 

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  1. Margie McGee.

    Great selection love to learn how to grow these herbs in colorado.

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  2. gallowayl001

    5 out of 5 A treasure chest of medicinal herbs.

    (verified owner)

    These are exactly the basic ones I would choose. Thanks for putting them together. I haven’t quite figured out how to grow them here (greenhouse or outside). But I’m working on it.

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