Dried Wild Lettuce - lactuca virosa - organic, cut

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These plants were hand harvested, thoroughly washed and naturally dried whole, root and all. Alcohol soluble, this herb is best made into a tincture for use, although the leaves can be brewed into a tea, or smoked as well. 

Dried organic herb harvested from our forest farm, all parts of plant, cut stem, leaves, and flowering tops/buds.

Harvested 2019. These will be chopped, as this includes stems, which are too long to package whole.

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Organically grown here in our own garden this season and pollinated by our own honey bees, these herbs and flowers have been hand-harvested at their peak of bloom. They are then hand-trimmed and dried on the same day. 

We never use any chemical sprays, GMO seeds, or preservatives, and all herbs are guaranteed to be fresh.
Wild lettuce is a plant. The leaves, sap (latex), and seed are used to make medicine.

Keep in mind that natural products are not always necessarily safe and dosages can be important. Be sure to follow relevant directions on product labels and consult your pharmacist or physician or other healthcare professional before using.


As with any herbs, please do some research if you are interested in its various uses. Any information we share is based on personal experience, a lifetime of study, the internet, books, and other research, and is not intended to be medical advice. Any herbs sold are not intended or guaranteed to diagnose, treat, cure, or prevent any illness or disease, and as with anything, you should always seek medical advice for conventional diagnoses or treatment. We are not responsible for any adverse reactions or misuse of our products.

 

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