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HERBS FINE - POWDERED

We are in position to process almost every plants from our full portfolio of dry medical herbs in powdering form upon customer specific request.

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MONTS OF GATHERING

Melissa officinalis L. Common balm
The Common balm is a perennial herbaceous plant (Lamiaceae, Labiatae), with a pleasant lemon smell, from which comes the other name - lemongrass
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Gewöhnlicher Balsam 6 - 7
Mentha piperita L. (Mentha aguatica x spicata) Peppermint
Peppermint is a perennial culturally hybrid plant of the Labiatae family. It has a branched and shallow underground rhizome. The stems are four-pointed, strongly branched up to 1 m high.
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Pfefferminze 5 - 8
Thymus sp. diversa Thyme
Thyme is a highly polymorphous species, spread in our country in many species, subspecies, varieties and forms differing in size, branching and hairiness of the stems, the colors, the shape
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Thymian 5 - 8
Urtica dioica L. Nettle
Common nettle is a herbaceous, perennial plant of the Urticaceae family. The rhizome is long, creeping and branched. Stems are up to 3 m tall, four-necked, unbranched. The leaves are opposite to 15 cm. long.
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Grosse Brennessell 3 - 10
Rubus idaeus L. Raspberry (red raspberry)
Raspberry is a tall, up to a 1.5-meter long bush with thin and upright spikes or without roots of Rosaceae seed. The roots are perennial and branching in a horizontal direction near the surface.
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Himbeere 5 -8
Tribulus terrestris L. Caltrop (Puncture vine) Puncture vine is an annual herbaceous plant of the Zygophyllaceae family. The root is relatively thin, spindly. The stems are numerous (up to 5-10 more) branches, with rare upright hairs, green to brownish, creeping, reaching 1 - 2 m long.
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Бrabbelnde Zähne 5 - 7
Rosa damascena Damsc rose flowers /buds
The Kazanlak rose damascena is a 2-3 m high tortoise of the Rosaceae family. The root system is highly developed, consisting of adventitious roots. The skeletal roots are brown
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Damsco Rosenblüten / Knospen 5
Valeriana officinalis L. Valerian
Valerian is a perennial herbaceous plant of the Duliankovi family (Valerianaceae). The rhizome is short, vertical, forming shoots, with a large number of corded and juicy root branches.
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Arznei-Baldrian 3, 9 - 11
Morus nigra Black Mulberry
Black Mulberry is a tree up to 20 m tall from the Morseae family. Her bark is gray black, cracked with rusty lentils. The leaves are circularly rounded, ovate, with deep cuts, large jagged, skinny and rough, dark green.
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Schwarze Maulbeere 5 - 8
Aesculus hippocastanum L. (Hyppocastane concisa) Horse-chestnut
Horse-chestnut chestnut is a relatively high beautiful tree with a powerful root system. The crown is densely rounded, rounded, sometimes conical.
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Gemeine Rosskastanie 8 -9
“Fructus Cynosbatti sin semeni” Rosehip
The Dog Rose is a genus of wild shrubs widely distributed in the Rosaceae family. They are up to 7 m tall, usually with arched twigs and roots cuttings, all of them provided with numerous, stiff prickly spikes that are modified leaves.
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Hagebutte 9 - 12
Heracleum Sibiricum L. Cowparsnip
Cowparsnip is a large, two-year, often perennial herbaceous plant of the family Umbelliferae. The root is thick, spindly, branched, yellow on the outside, and white on the inside.
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Herkuleskraut (Bärenklau) 9 - 10
Urtica dioica L. Nettle
Common nettle is a herbaceous, perennial plant of the Urticaceae family. The rhizome is long, creeping and branched. Stems are up to 3 m tall, four-necked, unbranched.
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Grosse Brennessell 3 - 10
Robinia Pseudo Acacia Acacia
The white acacia is high, reaching up to 25 m high branching, with a broad crown leg of the leguminosae family. The stem is correct or curved.
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Akazie 4 - 5
Veronica officinalis L. Common speedwell
Common speedwell is a perennial herbaceous plant of the family Scrophulariaceae. The rhizome is sliding, rooted with upright colored twigs.
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Wald. Ehrenpreis 5 - 8

* Any request (inquiry) must be placed with us not later than one month before the beginning of the gathering period, specified in MONTS OF GATHERING

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