Raspberries

Raspberries

Few things are more exciting than stumbling across a wild raspberry bush on a hike or in your garden. Not only do these juicy little gems taste del...

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Peppermint

Peppermint

While you may know it as the flavour of choice to remedy bad breath, peppermint was actually traditionally used in Herbal Medicine to aid digestion...

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Ginger

Ginger

As it turns out, adding a little spice to your life can have amazing health benefits! For years, ginger has been used in Herbal Medicine to help re...

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Fennel

Fennel

Contrary to popular belief, “fennel seeds” aren’t really seeds at all. They’re actually the fruit of the fennel plant! These micro fruits have been...

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Broken Cell Chlorella

Broken Cell Chlorella

Don’t be fooled by their size, these single-celled green algae pack a health boosting punch. We chose chlorella because it is a great source of ant...

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Cranberries

Cranberries

While many find the whole berry to be extremely sour, chances are you’ve enjoyed these little ruby red gems as a juice, sauce, or dried snack. This...

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Sicilian Blood Orange

Sicilian Blood Orange

Not only are these crimson beauties lovely to look at and delicious, we have discovered that they also help reduce skin sensitivity and damage caus...

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Chaga

Chaga

While chaga continues to gain popularity in North America, like many medicinal mushrooms, it has been used in traditional northern European and Rus...

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Licorice

Licorice

Not to be confused with the candy of the same name (though its sweet taste does originally come from the same source), licorice root is a perennial...

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Blueberries

Blueberries

Blueberries have always been delicious, especially when those tiny black-blue gems are foraged for in the wild. But in recent years the fruit of yo...

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Lion's Mane

Lion's Mane

With a name as strange as its appearance, Lion’s Mane is a powerful medicinal mushroom primarily known for its brain boosting and memory enhancing...

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Maitake

Maitake

Also referred to as “hen of the woods”, or “dancing mushroom” by the Japanese, maitake is a mushroom native to China, but can also be fund growing...

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