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Brahmi Oil
Soothing oil that is beneficial for calming and clearing the mind and enhancing peaceful meditation
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Whole Bay Leaf
Enjoy its sweet, balsamic scent and bitter spicy bite in gravies, grain dishes, beans and meats
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Organic Basil
Wildly popular in all kitchens, basil's warm, sweet, mildly minty flavor is enjoyed with vegetables
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Barley Grass
Now Food organic barley grass provides the equivalent of a dark green leafy vegetable salad
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Bac 'Uns   Bacopa   Baking Powder
A great tasting, healthful alternative to bacon, these low-fat, cholesterol-free, vegetarian bits contain no meat, no artificial colors or flavors and no preservatives.

  A great herb for memory enhancing, learning new skills, mental deficiency, anxiety, stress and depression.   Buying bulk herbs saves money for your family, and makes sure you have herbs on hand when you need them.
Baking Soda   Barberry Root   Barley Grass
  Puckery but less bitter than cranberries, ripe barberries can be used to make jam.   Beneficial in lowering cholesterol levels in patients with type II diabetes.

Basil   Bay Leaf   Bayberry
To be used fresh in cooked recipes, it is generally added at the last moment, as cooking quickly destroys the flavour.
see also: culinary, essential oil.

  A culinary herb often used to flavor soups, stews, and pâtés in Mediterranean Cuisine.   Used to strengthen and tone mucus membranes such as in the sinuses, & respiratory system.
Bell Peppers   Bhumyamalaki   Bilberry
Perhaps the hot flavor of New World peppers reminded Columbus of the more familiar hot spices from India.   Used by Ayurvedic practitioners to remove toxins from the liver.   The fruit is smaller than that of the blueberry and similar in taste.
see also: culinary, tea.

Black Cohosh   Black Pepper   Black Seed
Has been shown to reduce cytokine-induced bone loss or osteoporosis by blocking osteoclastogenesisin in vitro and in vivo models.
see also: culinary, tea.

  Used to treat dry and irritable coughs and, when combined with coltsfoot, it is an effective treatment for asthma and whooping cough.   Typically used as a diuretic to promote menstruation and increase milk production.
Black Walnut   Blackberry   Bladderwrack
Provides a robust, distinctive, natural flavor and crunch as a food ingredient. Popular uses include ice cream, baking and confection.
see also: culinary.
  Used for hemorrhoids & piles.
see also: tea.
  It’s used as an additive and flavouring in various food products in Europe. It is commonly found as a component of kelp tablets or powders used as nutritional supplements.

Blessed Thistle   Bloodroot Root   Blue Cohosh Root
It is used as a galactogogue to promote lactation.
see also: culinary.
  Sanguinarine is one of the key compounds found in Bloodroot and is used in toothpastes as an antibacterial or anti-plaque agent.   It has been used as a dietary supplement that can induce labor, regulate menstrual flow, suppress menstruation, and ease the pain and difficulty that accompany childbirth. This herb should not be taken during pregnancy.

Blue Vervain   Blueberry   Boldo Leaf
Can be used to strengthen the nervous system while relieving tension and stress.   Used not only for to treat gastrointestinal disorders but to treat a myriad of health problems ranging from nervousness to insomnia, to gout and sore throat, and even for obesity.

  It’s used in native South American medicine for the treatment of liver, gallbladder and urinary problems.
Boneset   Borage Oil   Brich Bark
Boneset infusions are considered an excellent remedy for influenza.

  Helps Prevent Diabetes.   Has immune system boosting agents and is well known for its decorative abilities.
Buckthorn Bark   Burdock    
Was accepted in medical practice in the United States in 1877, and by 1890 had replaced the berries of the European Buckthorn (R. catharticus) as a commonly used laxative.   Very crisp and has a sweet, mild, and pungent flavour with a little muddy harshness that can be reduced by soaking julienne/shredded roots in water for five to ten minutes.
see also: culinary, tea.
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