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Alfalfa Leaf Alfalfa Leaf - Medicago sativa

Alfalfa is a well-known fodder crop with high nutrition value for many types of livestock. Alfalfa leaf makes a pleasant tasting, tonifying tea and blends well with other herbs.

Allspice Allspice - Pimenta dioica

A single spice that imparts the aroma and flavor of a trio of warm seasonings — cinnamon, cloves, and nutmeg — allspice is the unripened berry of a small evergreen.

Anise Seed Anise Seed - Pimpinella anisum

Anise is a member of the Umbelliferae family which also includes fennel, caraway, coriander and dill, to name a few. A seed-like fruit, anise delivers a warm, sweet, licorice-like flavor to sweet and savory dishes alike.

Astragalus Root Astragalus Root - Astragalus membranaceus

Astragalus root comes from a perennial plant that is found across much of northern China and Mongolia. The herb is a staple of TCM (Traditional Chinese Medicine), where it has been used for centuries as a superior tonic.

Bac'Uns® Bac'Uns®

This meat-free alternative adds full bacon flavor to salads, side dishes, and sandwiches -- anyplace you'd enjoy a taste of meat.

Basil Leaf, Sweet Basil Leaf, Sweet - Ocimum basilicum

A lovely member of the mint family with a mildly peppery taste, a hint of clove and mint, basil is at the same time spicy and sweet, warm and fresh.

Bayberry Root Bark Bayberry Root Bark - Myrica cerifera

Bayberry, also known as wax myrtle, is a common shrub in the marshlands of the eastern United States. In addition to its use in candle making, it is also commonly employed as a fragrance in potpourris. The root bark, when steeped into a tea, is astringent and cleansing.

Black Bean Seasoning Mix Black Bean Seasoning Mix

Simply Organic® Black Bean Seasoning Mix melds spices — including onion, cumin, garlic and roasted chili powder — to create a taste sensation as enticing as the sounds of New Orleans jazz in the Quarter on a warm summer night.

Broth Powder, No-Beef Broth Powder, No-Beef

Onion, celery seed and garlic enhance other flavors in this vegetarian option for homemade soups. Also delicious as a base for gravies and casseroles.

Burdock Root Burdock Root - Arctium lappa

Burdock root is a popular folk remedy, and the fresh root is also a tasty vegetable. It is a superior tonic herb and alterative herb. Burdock has a special affinity for the skin and is used in all types of skin preparations. It also makes a pleasant tasting tea.

Cajun Seasoning Cajun Seasoning

Ordinary soups, grains, beans, and meats become extraordinary southern delicacies with a liberal sprinkling of Cajun Seasoning. This blend can be used while cooking or after serving, at the table.

Calming Nursery Diffuser Calming Nursery Diffuser

Provide a comfortable, restful atmosphere for your baby with pure, organic essential oils. The easy-to-use plug-in diffuser allows you to create a relaxing environment in the nursery to help coax your baby to calm down and drift off. A sample of our unique, organic essential oil blend designed for babies is included with each diffuser.

Cardamom Pods Cardamom Pods - Elettaria cardamomum

Prized by Indian, Scandinavian, and Middle Eastern cooks, cardamom has a sweet, warm taste and an exotic floral aroma. Its uses span the culinary spectrum--from beverages and delicate desserts to meats and curries.

Cardamom Seed Cardamom Seed - Elettaria cardamomum

Elettaria cardamomum is a member of the ginger (Zinziberaceae) family. The name cardamom (sometimes spelled cardamon or cardamum) means "grains of Paradise."

Carrot Carrot - Daucus carota

Carrots belong to the Umbelliferae family along with parsnips, fennel, caraway, cumin and dill.

Catnip Catnip - Nepeta cataria

Catnip is a perennial herb of the mint family. Catnip leaves can be used to brew a delicious herb tea, served alone or with a slice or lemon.

Cayenne Cayenne - Capsicum annuum var. annuum

This colorful, ground chili pepper will turn up the heat and color in your cooking. Use it in favorite ethnic recipes, or sprinkle it on at the table whenever a dish needs extra zip.

Chamomile Flowers, German Chamomile Flowers, German - Matricaria recutita

Flavorful, comforting, gentle, traditional chamomile tea is made with German chamomile flowers. A versatile herb, chamomile is also an ingredient in shampoos and conditioners for light colored hair, in skin care creams and lotions, and in relaxing bath blends.

Chervil Leaf Chervil Leaf - Anthriscus cerefolium

Chervil's distinctive yet delicate flavor is popular in European cooking. Easy to use (it won't overpower your dishes) and versatile, it's a spice well worth your acquaintance. Try it in pasta, egg, vegetable, and grain dishes, and in soups, sauces, salads and dressings.

Chia Seed Chia Seed - Salvia hispanica

Chia seeds add a subtle nutty flavor to sweet and savory dishes. Use them in breads and cakes, pancakes and smoothies, grain dishes and pasta dishes. Sprinkle them on oatmeal, salads, yogurt, or steamed veggies. You can even combine them with water to make a gel for sauces and dressings.

Chili Peppers, Red Pepper Flakes Chili Peppers, Red Pepper Flakes - Capsicum annuum

A must for Mexican and African cooking, chili flakes will liven up any dish. Use sparingly in marinara and pizza sauces, and on grilled vegetables and meats. Chilies can be irritating to the eyes and skin, so handle with caution.

Chili Powder Chili Powder

Use the kick of chili pepper (with or without an added array of complimentary spices) to create lively Mexican or Tex-Mex fare. Or experiment with each variety (and in unexpected places) to keep everyone on their toes.

Chipotle Pepper Chipotle Pepper - Capsicum annuum var. annuum

Chipotle peppers are actually dried, smoked jalapeno peppers. Their smoky-sweet flavor is often used in Southwestern and Mexican dishes. Add a dash to liven up everything from chili to barbecue.

Chives Chives - Allium schoenoprasum

A close relative of onion, chives provide a convenient and colorful way to add a delicate onion taste to a wide variety of dishes. A handy item for the pantry, dried chives spruce up sour cream, soups, salads, dressings, and any casserole.

Cider Mate Cider Mate

Wrap your hands around a mug of warm, mulled cider for reassurance on a frigid winter evening, a brisk autumn afternoon--or even a cool summer morning.

Cilantro Cilantro - Coriandrum sativum

The fragrant, pungent leaf of the coriander plant, cilantro is popular in Mexican, Thai and Vietnamese cooking. Cilantro is also sometimes called fresh coriander, Italian parsley (which has similar, flat leaves) or Chinese parsley.

Cinnamon Ground Cinnamon Ground - Cinnamomum burmannii

Cinnamon - that most popular of spices - comes from the bark of an evergreen tree. Cinnamon's sweet, spicy and warm fragrance adds pungent sweetness to your favorite baked goodies. You can also use it to add a depth of flavor to savory dishes as well.

Cinnamon Sticks Cinnamon Sticks - Cinnamomum burmannii

Cinnamon sticks are flavorful and fun in mulled drinks and teas. (Serve each cup with its own cinnamon swirler.) Or combine them with allspice, cloves and ginger to make your own mulling spice.

Cloves Cloves - Syzygium aromaticum

Intensely aromatic and richly flavored, cloves have been a major player in the spice world since ancient times. Actually dried flower buds, you'll often find cloves in seasoning blends alongside cinnamon, ginger, and nutmeg.

Comforting Vanilla Comforting Vanilla

Aura Cacia's Comforting Vanilla Aromatherapy Massage will help transform your home into a private spa--or a romantic hideaway. Contains 100% pure vanilla CO2 extract and skin nourishing grapeseed, sweet almond, apricot kernel and vitamin E oils.

Comfrey Leaf Comfrey Leaf - Symphytum officinale

Comfrey leaves have tiny surface hairs which make them hard to dry quickly without spoiling. Allantoin, a consitituent in comfrey, makes the leaves a useful emollient in lotions, creams, and hair rinses.

Coriander Seed Coriander Seed - Coriandrum sativum

Warm and citrusy at the same time, coriander seed is enjoyed in curries and chili, cookies and cakes. A sister to cilantro--both come from the same plant--coriander seed has a lovely, fragrant aroma once ripened, while cilantro is often described as foetid.

Cornsilk Cornsilk - Zea mays

Cornsilks are the fine, silky hairs that run the length of an ear of corn. Often steeped in water to make a tea, try it with a little molasses to sweeten.

Cream of Tartar Cream of Tartar

Cream of tartar powder (potassium hydrogen tartrate) or tartaric acid, is an effervescent acid obtained as a by-product of wine making. The acidic powder is used for culinary and other household purposes, among them: stabilizing egg whites and increasing their heat tolerance; preventing sugar syrups from crystallizing; reducing discoloration of boiled vegetables.

Cumin Seed Cumin Seed - Cuminum cyminum

One of the world's most popular spices, cumin is extremely aromatic, with a warm, spicy, slightly bitter, earthy flavor. Cumin seeds are enjoyed around the world but especially in North African, Middle Eastern, Indian and Mexican cuisines.

Curry Powder Curry Powder

In India, curry powder is almost always made on-the-spot with a unique blend of spices the cook chooses. You can do the same, when inspired and time permits. Or you can also rely on one of these Curry Powders to create authentic Indian fare any time.

Dandelion Root Dandelion Root - Taraxacum officinale

The root of the common dandelion, long prized by herbalists for its cleansing action, is also packed with essential vitamins and minerals. Almost every herbal tradition has noted it as a useful tonic for the liver and gallbladder.

Dill Seed Dill Seed - Anethum graveolens

Dill's savory flavor has been described as a mix of anise, parsley and celery, its aroma as a combination of citrus, fennel and mint. A versatile herb, dill is an excellent accompaniment to any fish dish.

Earl Grey Tea Earl Grey Tea

While Earl Grey is a tea possessing the delicacy and nuance of flavor to be enjoyed on its own, it's also beautifully accentuated with a slice of lemon and pairs well with citrus or buttery flavored pastries.

Echinacea Echinacea - Echinacea purpurea

Echinacea, commonly referred to as "coneflower" is a genus of nine different herbacious plants native to North America. The two primary species used in herbal preparations are E. Angustifolia and E. Purpurea, which are often used interchangeably.

Elderberries Elderberries - Sambucus nigra

Elderberries are dark purple fruits with a sweet-tart, fruity flavor. They make tasty, warming winter cordials, teas, syrups and wines. Elderberries contain bioflavonoids and vitamin C.

English Breakfast Tea English Breakfast Tea - Camellia sinensis

English Breakfast is a tea hearty enough to pair with a full breakfast or a tea-time repast of freshly baked scones. This traditional tea is often accentuated with sugar or honey and milk.

Eucalyptus Leaf Eucalyptus Leaf - Eucalyptus globulus

Eucalyptus is an evergreen tree native to Australia. The leaves contain eucalyptol, a common flavoring ingredient in commercial mouthwash, cough drops and vaporizer fluids.

Eyebright Herb Eyebright Herb - Euphrasia officinalis

Eyebright, Euphrasia officinalis is a semiparasitic plant with roots that attach to some grasses. Eyebright herb is often used in a poultice.

Fennel Seed Fennel Seed - Foeniculum vulgare

Fragrant and distinctive, fennel's slightly licorice taste is most often enjoyed with fish. But don't save it for fish nights; try it's anise-like flavor in soups and salads, and with grains and vegetables, too.

Fenugreek Seed Fenugreek Seed - Trigonella foenum-graecum

Fenugreek seeds are rich in protein and in some cultures both the leaves and seeds are consumed as a food. As a seasoning, the seeds are used whole or ground in a variety of ethnic cuisines.

French White Clay Powder French White Clay Powder

French white, or kaolin, clay is the gentlest and least absorbent of our clays. Without drawing out oils, white clay will gently exfoliate and cleanse dry, sensitive skin, while helping to stimulate circulation and improve tone.

Garlic Garlic - Allium sativum

Even the earliest cooks and healers considered garlic powerful and indispensable, but when it was introduced in the United States in the 1700s, garlic was slow to catch on. Today, however, the average American consumes over 2 1/2 pounds of garlic annually. It's compatible with virtually every savory food and is available in a number of convenient dried forms.

Garlic N Herb Seasoning Garlic N Herb Seasoning

If you enjoy garlic, your taste buds are in for a real treat. This Garlic N Herb blend serves as a tasty salt-free replacement for salt or garlic salt.

Garlic Salt Garlic Salt

Here are two of the most indispensable seasonings in one convenient blend, salt and garlic! Perfect for those who consider both ingredients staples in most savory dishes. Use it liberally both at the stove and at the dinner table.

Genmaicha Tea Genmaicha Tea

A blend of bancha tea and toasted rice, this tea was originally created by Japanese farmers unable to afford regular bancha. It's a wholesome and delicious tea with a pleasantly sweet toasted aroma and nutty flavor.

Ginger Ginger - Zingiber officinale

Enjoyed in cuisines the world over for its warm, spicy-sweet aroma and flavor, ginger complements both sweet (think gingerbread) and savory (think stir fry) dishes. It's available in whole root, cut and sifted, powdered, and crystallized, so you can choose the perfect form for your perfect dish.

Ginger/Mint Ginger/Mint

Look no further for a naturally rich and intense moisture cream. The revitalizing and fresh aroma of Aura Cacia's Ginger/Mint Body Cream will slowly release upon contact with the skin to keep you replenished throughout the day.

Guar Gum Powder Guar Gum Powder - Cyamopsis tetragonoloba

Guar gum is the ground endosperm of the guar bean, an annual legume native to India and Pakistan. It's primary use is as an emulsifier and thickening agent; it has 8 times the thickening power of cornstarch.

Gum Arabic Gum Arabic - Acacia species

Gum Arabic, also know as gum acacia, comes from the sap of several species of African Acacia trees. A water soluble gum, it is used as a thickener, stabilizer and emulsifier in foods.

Gumbo Base Seasoning Mix Gumbo Base Seasoning Mix

Simply Organic® Gumbo Base Seasoning Mix will get those saints marching in — for dinner! The enticing combination of onion, paprika, garlic, oregano, and other flavorful spices delivers taste from the “Big Easy” directly to your kitchen.

Hawthorn Berries Hawthorn Berries - Crataegus species

Hawthorn Berries, also referred to as haws, have been used since the 19th century as a tonic.

Herbal Orange Spice Tea Herbal Orange Spice Tea

Orange peel, red rosehips, whole cloves, with bits of green blackberry leaf and chicory granules. Spicy, citrus aroma. Cinnamon-red hued infusion.

Herbes de Provence Herbes de Provence

This traditional French blend of aromatic herbs contains savory, thyme, rosemary, basil, tarragon and lavender flowers. For a taste of the Mediterranean, include a splash of this flavorful blend in dips and dressings, soups and salads, sides and entrees.

Hibiscus Flowers Hibiscus Flowers - Hibiscus sabdariffa

Hibiscus, also known as rosemallow, is a flowering plant belonging to the same family as cocoa and cotton. The flowers are popular as an herbal tea, especially in Caribbean and Latin American countries. They are often combined with other herbs or fruit juices and they impart a cheery red color and tart flavor.

Horehound Herb Horehound Herb - Marrubium vulgare

As a popular folk remedy for hundreds of years, horehound was planted throughout Europe and brought with settlers to North America, where it quickly became naturalized. It is a typical herb of cottage gardens, where it is harvested for use in tea and candy. The genus name 'marrubium' is believed to be derived from a Hebrew word meaning 'bitter juice'.

Horsetail Herb (Shavegrass) Horsetail Herb (Shavegrass) - Equisetum arvense

Horsetail is also known as scouring rush, shavegrass, bottlebrush or pewter wort. Because of its large quantity of silica, it was used to clean metal. Our horsetail consists of the sterile, aerial parts harvested in the summer months between June and August.

Irish Breakfast Tea Irish Breakfast Tea - Camellia sinensis

A blend of black teas like English Breakfast, this tea is slightly bolder in flavor and makes a malty brew that is well rounded and robust. It's a full-bodied breakfast tea meant to be enjoyed with milk and sweetener, a good choice for those who like a strong, yet flavorful tea.

Italian Seasoning Italian Seasoning

A classic blend of Mediterranean spices, Italian Seasoning will enhance almost any dish. Of course, it shines most in Italian fare, like spaghetti sauces and lasagna. Keep a good stock of Italian Seasoning and pasta on hand and you'll be ready for company in short order! Italian Seasoning is available whole or powdered.

Jasmine Tea Jasmine Tea

After curing, the dried green tea leaves are spread out with successive layers of fresh jasmine flowers. The tea absorbs the exotic fragrance and yields it nicely in the cup, making this tea a sensual pleasure to drink.

Juniper Berries Juniper Berries - Juniperus communis

Juniper Berries are spicy, sweet, with a piney aroma. They are delicious in stews and soups and with meats (especially wild game). They also give gin its distinctive flavor and are a common flavor ingredient in bitters.

Lavender Lavender

A unique and innovative massage blend combining skin-nourishing jojoba and coconut oils with natural, botanical thickeners. Indulge yourself with our quintessential relaxation aroma. Contains a blend of 100% pure lavender, lavadin and spike lavender essential oil that emit a rich floral aroma.

Lavender Flowers Lavender Flowers - Lavandula angustifolia

The fresh, sweet aroma of lavender has relaxing and uplifting qualities that leave users with a sense of calm and balance, making it one of today's most popular scents. Lavender is a gentle, multi-purpose herb. Lavender flowers have been used throughout history, to encourage love and passion, as a soothing component in skin care, hair care and cosmetic products, and in an array of perfumes, colognes and bath products.

Lemon Balm Lemon Balm - Melissa officinalis

Lemon balm is a sweet, lemony scented herb in the mint family that's native to Europe and the Mediterranean region. Its subtle lemon flavor with mint and herb undertones makes it a popular relaxing tea.

Lemon Peel Lemon Peel - Citrus limon

Dried lemon peel maintains the flavor of fresh peel, but is darker in color because it is dried without preservatives. Use it in herb teas, or grind in blender and use in baking, spice blends, marinades and rubs.

Lemon Pepper Lemon Pepper

This combo of culinary favorites complements fresh and cooked dishes, at the stove and at the table. Zesty lemon and lively pepper perk up every savory dish. Here they are-- along with onion and garlic-- in one convenient blend.

Maple Syrup Maple Syrup

Our Maple Syrup Powder is made of 100% pure, dehydrated maple syrup with no additives or preservatives.

Marjoram Leaf Marjoram Leaf - Origanum majorana

A versatile seasoning, marjoram adds delightful aroma and minty, sweet taste to dressings, soups, butters and sauces. It's a key ingredient in several classic spice blends--like fines herbs and bouquet garni.

Mustard Seed, Brown Mustard Seed, Brown - Brassica juncea

Mustard seed, one of the oldest of spices, adds warmth and heat to your dishes. It's spicy, peppery flavor goes well with other pungent spices like garlic and chilies.

Mustard Seed, Yellow Mustard Seed, Yellow - Sinapis alba

Mustard seed, one of the oldest of spices, adds warmth and heat to your dishes. It's spicy, peppery flavor goes well with other pungent spices like garlic and chilies.

Nutmeg Nutmeg - Myristica fragrans

Nutmeg is the dried seed of the fruit of an evergreen. Warm and sweet, nutmeg adds depth to desserts and savory dishes alike. Sprinkle it on your eggnog, but try it on your potatoes, too!

Oatstraw, Green Tops Oatstraw, Green Tops - Avena sativa

Oats straw is the green top of the oat plant, harvested when the seed is at the milky stage, before it's fully ripe. The herb is nutritive and soothing to itchy, flaky skin and is used in baths, lotions and skin washes. It also makes a comforting herbal tea.

Onion Onion - Allium cepa

The distinctly strong taste of onion is indispensable in the kitchen. It's warm, sweet and salty flavor shines in most savory dishes. It comes in several convenient dried forms: flakes, granules, powder and slices.

Orange Peel Orange Peel - Citrus sinensis

Orange peel is often used to enhance other flavors in desserts, gravies, sauces, and meat dishes. Dried orange peel can also be used as a garnish. It is a tasty addition to herbal tea blends.

Oregano Oregano - Origanum onites

This "pizza spice" is full of flavor and aroma-- a strong personality, but one that partners well with other seasonings, too. It's indispensable in Italian and other Mediterranean cooking as well as Mexican fare.

Orris Root Orris Root - Iris germanica var. florentina

Orris, also known Bearded Iris, is a perennial plant native to Europe. Though once an herbal medicine, it is now primarily employed as a fixative and base note in perfumery, and as an ingredient in several brands of gin.

Paprika Paprika - Capsicum annuum var. annuum

A sweet but sassy relative of the chili pepper, paprika is used to add warm, natural color and mildly spicy flavor to soups, stews, grains, and a variety of hors d'ouvres.

Parsley Leaf Parsley Leaf - Petroselinum crispum var. neapolitanum

With a bright green color and a mild, fresh flavor, Parsley is a must-have for the pantry. Use it to flavor soups, vegetables, sauces, dressings, eggs and any potato dishes.

Passion Flower Herb Passion Flower Herb - Passiflora incarnata

Passion Flower, also known as Maypop, is a climbing vine native to the Southern United States, where it has enjoyed a long history of use by Native Americans. Commonly taken as a tea, it has calming and soothing properties.

Pau d'Arco Bark Pau d'Arco Bark - Tabebuia impetiginosa

Pau d'Arco is the inner bark of a tropical tree native to Central and South America. The tea brewed from this species is commonly referred to as Lapacho or Taheebo and contains lapachol, quercetin and flavonoids.

Pepper, Black Pepper, Black - Piper nigrum

Pepper lends satisfying heat and bite to most any dish (and it's great for salt-free diets). It works well in combination with other herbs and spices, too, and is commonly found in spice blends.

Peppercorns, Black Peppercorns, Black - Piper nigrum

One of the world's most popular spices, black peppercorns are actually unripe green fruits (berries) that have been sun-dried after fermenting. Black, white and green peppers all come from the woody tropical plant Piper nigrum.

Peppermint Leaf Peppermint Leaf - Mentha x piperita

Peppermint is a hybrid of watermint and spearmint. Indigenous to Europe, it is now widely cultivated throughout the world. Sometimes referred to as "the world's oldest medicine" it has been used for centuries to settle tummy upset and freshen breath.

Pickling Spice Pickling Spice

Pickling is one of the oldest ways to preserve food. Add Pickling Spice directly to the brine, or place in a tea ball or cheesecloth for easy removal.

Poultry Seasoning Poultry Seasoning

This traditional seasoning-- headed by sage and thyme-- partners perfectly with poultry and stuffing. Try it with other savory ingredients, too.

Psyllium Psyllium - Plantago ovata

Psyllium, also known as blonde psyllium, is a low growing herb native to Iran, Pakistan and India. It is the main ingredient in the commercial dietary supplements "Metamucil" and "Citrucel".

Pumpkin Pie Spice Pumpkin Pie Spice

When a traditional pumpkin pie is your goal, this is the blend for you. Use it to make a few unpredictable desserts, too!

Raspberry, Red Leaf Raspberry, Red Leaf - Rubus idaeus

Red raspberry leaf is used to make a tasty tea and is often combined with other tea herbs to give the beverages a more robust flavor. Raspberry contains tannins that give it an astringent flavor and make it a wonderful toning herb.

Red Bean Seasoning Mix Red Bean Seasoning Mix

Simply Organic® Red Beans Seasoning Mix provides the characteristic flavor of the Louisiana Creole dish traditionally served on Mondays. Our seasoning blend, which includes black pepper, oregano, parsley and a dash of cayenne, is so delicious you’ll want to serve it every day of the week!

Red Clover Blossoms Red Clover Blossoms - Trifolium pratense

Red Clover is a perennial native to Europe, Asia and Africa. It's most recognizable use is as a fodder crop, however its phytoestrogen content has made it a popular supplement for women.

Rhubarb Root Rhubarb Root - Rheum officinale or palmatum

Rhubarb is a perennial native to Asia where it was widely used in Traditional Chinese Medicine to ease constipation.

Rosehips Seedless Rosehips Seedless - Rosa canina

Rosehips, or rose haws, are the fruit of wild roses, also known as the "dog rose". They are a popular addition to a variety of herbal tea blends.

Rosemary Rosemary - Rosmarinus officinalis

Rosemary has a fresh, herbaceous scent and has purifying properties. Blend rosemary oil with grapeseed and olive oils to make a nourishing scalp massage.

Rosemary Leaf Rosemary Leaf - Rosmarinus officinalis

Rosemary's woody scent and minty flavor bring a balsamic deliciousness to sweet and savory dishes alike.

Roses Roses - Rosa centifolia

Prized for it's delicate beauty and intoxicating fragrance, rose buds and petals are a staple of potpouri blends and sachets. Please note - our recent shipment of this product contains more petals than normal. The 1lb bag contains approximately 90% petals and 10% flowers.

Sage Leaf Sage Leaf - Salvia officinalis

Used for centuries as both a seasoning and as a healing herb, sage has a highly penetrating, piney, woodsy fragrance and warm, piney, earthy flavor. A traditional accompaniment for robust meats, breads, rolls and stuffing, sage also makes a warming winter tea.

Savory Leaf, Winter Savory Leaf, Winter - Satureja montana

Aromatic, strong and spicy-- similar to thyme, but slightly more bitter-- winter savory can be used much like its annual relative, summer savory-- with beans and vegetables, meats, fish and poultry.

Sesame Seed Black Sesame Seed Black - Sesamum indicum

Often used in Chinese cuisine to flavor stir-fry and rice dishes, black sesame seeds are also great for encrusting fish and chicken. Use black sesame seeds to add texture and a mild nutty flavor to meats and vegetables.

Sichuan Pepper Sichuan Pepper - Zanthoxylum piperitum

This gourmet Sichuan, or Szechuan, pepper is grown in China and offers an unusual, pungent flavor that begins as warm and lemon-like with woodsy overtones, and finishes with a surprising numbing effect on the tongue! Its complex and unusual flavor can be used to intensify the flavor of fish, poultry, cheese, and vegetables. Substitute Sichuan pepper for black pepper to add an exotic twist to recipes.

Slippery Elm Bark Slippery Elm Bark - Ulmus rubra

Slippery Elm is a small tree native to North America. The bark is harvested from the tree in the early spring and the outer bark is scraped off, leaving the mucilage-rich inner bark. The soothing mucilage is used in ointments, poultices, throat lozenges and skin care products.

Snappy Sugar Snappy Sugar

A comforting blend of seven organic and Fair Trade Certified™ sugars and spices - all sourced from small farmer co-ops.

Soup Vegetables Soup Vegetables

These blends offer different combinations of mixed dried vegetables such as carrots, dehydrated onion, potatoes, peas, tomatoes, celery flakes, bell peppers, parsley and green beans and can be used in soups, stews and other dishes calling for cooked vegetables.

Spearmint Leaf Spearmint Leaf - Mentha spicata

A parent of peppermint and one of the oldest mints cultivated, spearmint is used to flavor all types of foods, such as jellies, jams, candies, sauces, desserts and fruit dishes. It is also used to flavor and fragrance toothpaste, mouthwash, lozenges and chewing gum. Spearmint makes a refreshing herbal tea and is delicious iced or hot.

Spinach Spinach - Spinacia oleracea

Spinach flakes have a characteristic spinach flavor and are convenient to use in dips, soups and tomato dishes such as lasagna.

Star Anise Star Anise - Illicium verum

An unusual, star-shaped spice, star anise adds pungent, licorice-like flavor and aroma to meats, stews, mulled beverages and liqueurs.

Taco Seasoning Taco Seasoning

Add instant taco flavor to meat, rice, beans and dips with this authentic blend of south-of-the-border seasonings. Start with just a pinch or two and add more to taste.

Tarragon Leaf Tarragon Leaf - Artemisia dracunculus 'Sativa'

"King of the Herbs" to the French, tarragon adds distinctively sweet, fresh, licorice-like flavor to sauces, salad dressings, poultry, egg, and fish dishes. It's also a crucial component of spice blends like fines herbes, bouquet garni, and herbs de Provence.

Thai Seasoning Thai Seasoning

Add the flavors of exotic Thailand to your next seafood, soup, rice or noodle dishes with this robust, salt-free blend.

Thyme Leaf Thyme Leaf - Thymus vulgaris

A little lemony and decidedly distinctive, thyme is a crucial ingredient in Mediterranean cuisine. You'll find it in soups and sauces, vegetable and meat dishes, as well as classic spice blends like bouquet garni and herbes de Provence.

Turmeric Root Turmeric Root - Curcuma longa

Turmeric's warm aroma, bright color, and gingery/peppery taste are relied upon in cooking throughout Asia. It's best known as the spice that gives curry powder its distinctive color.

Valerian Root Valerian Root - Valeriana officinalis

Valerian is well known for its strong, distinct aroma, which only develops after the roots are dried. One of the most calming and deeply relaxing herbs we know of, valerian is often used in bedtime formulas and sleep pillows.

Vanilla Beans Vanilla Beans

It's hard to imagine a kitchen void of vanilla. Its full, rich, universally popular taste and enticing aroma is irreplaceable in cookies, cakes, custards, ice creams-- almost every conceivable sweet-- and a few savory dishes, too. (See also Vanilla Extract and Vanilla Flavor.)

Vegetable Flavored Broth Powder Vegetable Flavored Broth Powder

Corn syrup solids, tomato, salt, dehydrated onion, dehydrated garlic, autolyzed yeast extract, carrot, basil, celery seed, kelp, parsley, spinach, turmeric, bay. Enhance your soups, dips or gravies with this savory blend.

Yucca Root Yucca Root - Yucca species

Yucca, also known as soap root contains saponins which have a foaming, cleansing action in the presence of water. Yucca was used by Native Americans in the desert southwest in shampoos, soaps and laundry detergent. Yucca has also been used as a natural foaming agent in root beer and other beverages.

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