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  • Japanese Knotweed (Polygonum cuspidatum) – locally grown

    $30.00$56.00

    2 oz / 4 oz Description: Japanese knotweed (Polygonum cuspidatum), also called hu zhang in Chinese medicine,  is a well-regarded herb in the treatment of Lyme disease and co-infections.  According to Classical Chinese medicine, Japanese knotweed moves blood stasis (which helps reduce inflammation).  It also is particularly useful in supporting detoxification and for the reduction…

  • Baikal Skullcap (Scutellaria baicalensis) – locally grown

    $30.00$56.00

    2 oz / 4 oz Description: Baikal, or Chinese skullcap, also known as scutellaria root, or Huang Qin in Chinese medicine.  This herb is traditionally used to clear heat and dry dampness – that is, it helps release stubborn (chronic) pathogens and toxins from the body.  It has a bitter flavor and is cold energetically…

  • Garlic (Allium sativum) – Locally Grown

    $30.00$56.00

    2 oz / 4 oz Tincture Garlic is arguably the #1 antimicrobial plant medicine.  It is among the most potent herbs with a very broad spectrum of action.  It is effective against yeasts and fungi, Babesia and Bartonella; parasites and viruses.  Because garlic is so strong, we do recommend adding garlic tincture into your antimicrobial…

  • Sweet Annie (Artemisia annua) – locally grown

    $30.00$56.00

    2 oz / 4 oz Description Wormwood (Sweet Annie, Artemisia annuae, or qing hao in Chinese medicine) is a premier antimicrobialherb.  Its application in herbal medicine traditions spans the globe and a wide array of pathogens, from parasites to babesia, to Lyme-Borreliosis, and viruses.  For example, it was demonstrated to inhibit replication of SARS CoV-2….