Dong quai applied topically, has provided some people relief from common skin conditions like eczema, rosacea, and hives. It seems to have a positive effect on circulation which can help promote healing, as the blood circulates thru the layers of the skin.
Formerly known as Siberian ginseng, it is a relative to the common ginseng that is so often used for energy. This form of ginseng is used in the same way, it can be packed into a capsule (well sell them under our packaging section) and taken as an energy supplement.
Widely used in herbal and over the counter cold remedies, this cut and sifted leaf can be steeped in hot water and used as steam baths for clearing nasal passages, or use the infused water in your recipes.
Feverfew is often added to teas that are designed for PMS headache relief, as well as just the commonly occurring migraine. Feverfew is also anti-inflammatory, and many people have used this herb in a topical compress for the relief of skin inflammation and other external aliments of this nature.
It's naturally wonderful scent is not the only great character trait for this powdered herb. It has been used since ancient times for a variety of internal and external benefits, but for modern times, this powder can be made into a tincture or used as-is.