Herb of the Month: Rosemary

A member of the mint family (Lamiaceae), rosemary is a fragrant, powerful-smelling herb native to the Mediterranean region, but now grown worldwide for use...

Herb of the Month: Ginger

Sharp, pungent, and delicious, Ginger has been used around the world for thousands of years. In many cultures, ginger is a part of the...
Purple and orange perennial cone flowers Echinacea Purpurea in a botanical garden.

Herb of the Month: Echinacea

Echinacea, also known as Purple Coneflower, has been a popular herb in the natural products industry for decades, and is used commonly around the...
Valeriana, a herbal plant

Herb of the Month: Valerian

Valerian has been used as a medicinal herb as far back as ancient Rome. It was recommended commonly, and Hippocrates wrote about its many...

Herb of the Month: Ashwagandha

Rejuvenating, restorative, rebuilding—these are just three of the terms that apply to the Ayurvedic herb Ashwagandha. Known as one of the most powerful herbs...
Cranberry Extract

Herb of the Month: Cranberry

It’s not peak cranberry season, but let’s not forget about these gems! Cranberries, or Vaccinium macrocarpon, are shrubs or vines that grow to about...
Ginkgo biloba

Herb of the Month: Ginkgo Biloba

We’re all familiar with Ginkgo biloba. We have heard the praise of this amazing herb, which has been used in many categories—memory support, circulation,...

Herb of the Month: Tribulus terrestris

For the longest time, men rarely spoke about their health. It would take a major health issue to address something they may have never...

Herb of the Month: Boswellia

Being able to have a dialogue on the topic of vitamins, minerals and amino acids has become very important with today’s poor state of...

Herb of the Month: Elderberry

Every year at this time, too many of us get wrapped up into the holiday spiral, skipping on our healthy diet for more holiday...