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"Let food be thy medicine and medicine thy food."

~ Hippocrates

Herbs De Provence
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Our take of Herbs de Provence. Same culinary herbs you would find in Herbs de Provence with added nutritional herbs of alfalfa, anise seed, basil, black cumin seed, black walnut, blue violet, chickweed, dandelion, fennel, gingko, lemon balm, mint, nettle, plantain, purple dead nettle, red clover, raspberry leaf, radish leaves and tulsi.

This unique herbal mix will add wonderful flavor to any dish. Add it to homemade salad dressings, pizza dough, and pestos. Sprinkle on your pastas or marinate your meat and veggies. The choices are endless and we'd love to hear what your ideas are!

Here are just a few reasons why you should switch out your typical Herbs de Provence...

alfalfa - is a wonderful base because it aids in the assimilation of other plant elements. It is also high in Vitamins A and K, both key nutrients for overall wellness. High in chlorophyll, it’s gentle for the convalescing patient, and excellent for someone desiring stamina and strength. Eight essential amino acids, chlorophyll, iron, calcium, magnesium, phosphorus, sulfur, chlorine, sodium, potassium. 

dandelion - Great sources of calcium can be hard to find. Dandelion is high in calcium. It is also nutritive for the blood and helpful for anemia as it has iron. It cleanses the liver and nourishes both the female organs as well as the urinary tract. It aids in digestion, and is also high in iron and Vitamin A. Dandelion is a good remedy for constipation.

nettle - Great for detoxification and cleansing, nettle leaf improves liver and kidney function. Also good for digestion, nettle is high in chlorophyll, Vitamins A, C,, D minerals, calcium, potassium, magnesium, iron, and amino acids. Nettle is a must-include in any daily routine, in my opinion. 

plantain - are high in beta carotene, Vitamin C, and calcium. They are also good for indigestion.

raspberry leaf - This leaf is high in antioxidants and excellent for balancing hormones, especially in reducing estrogen dominance. It is high in calcium, iron, manganese, magnesium, niacin, selenium, Vitamin A, and Vitamin C. Raspberry leaf relieves migraines for many patients when consumed daily.

red clover - High in chromium, calcium, magnesium, niacin, potassium, phosphorous, thiamine, and Vitamin C, this herb is also estrogenic. It, therefore, supports the production of estrogen and is best taken during the first half of a woman’s cycle. Its bitter compounds are known to reduce inflammation, improve digestion, and relieve pain.


alfalfa, anise seed, basil, black cumin seed, black walnut, blue violet, chickweed, dandelion, fennel, gingko, lavender, lemon balm, marjoram, mint, nettle, oregano, parsley, plantain, purple dead nettle, red clover, raspberry leaf, rosemary, radish leaves, sage, tulsi, tarragon, thyme.