$5.45 – $36.95
The young leaves of the marshmallow plant are edible, offering natural “mucilage” – a type of soft fibre that swells when combined with water. This “slippery” quality forms a protective thick coating around membranes. Anti-viral, anti-bacterial and mucilaginous.
Common medicinal uses include: improved digestive function, protection against common illnesses, improved heart health, anti-inflammatory, improve and uplift mood and psychological well-being, to relieve insomnia, stress and anxiety. Very high in iron, calcium, vitamin A and C and magnesium.
Marjoram was an herb of happiness to the ancient Greeks, who placed it on graves to bring joy to the deceased. It was also used in bridal wreaths. Use it to bring someone out of a depression. Marjoram is woven into the wedding wreath. It brings joy and is a common herb in love spells.
10gms, 25gms, 50gms, 100gms, 250gms
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