Botanical Name: Sambucus ebulus
Elderberries have been used to make preserves, wines, cordials, herbal infusions, and elderberry syrup for centuries.
The flowers and berries of the Elder plant have a long history of use. Its roots are native to most of Europe, North America, and southwest Asia. The dried fruits are less bitter than the fresh. Elder is a member of the Caprifoliaceae family.
Candy-coated fennel seeds are sweet, flavorful and multi-colored. They are the perfect after-dinner snack just like the ones served at Indian restaurants. This refreshing snack are fennel seeds with a...
Botanical Name: Matricaria recutita Chamomile Flowers, also known as Matricaria chamomilla, are believed to be one of the safest, most popular natural botanicals available. Many find comfort in brewing Chamomile...