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Herbal powders are dried at low temperatures (30-35 degrees) raw medicinal plants, ground into a fine powder. Also called herbal flours. They are prepared from different parts of the plant in the form of root powder, stalk powder, leaf powder, flower powder and fruit powder. Herbal flours retain the chemical composition and useful properties of the medicinal unprocessed plant and are widely used in cosmetics, the food industry and pharmacy as a composition of medicines and food supplements.

"Vesselino" Ltd. offers its customers powders of herbs of typical high Bulgarian quality. The unique geographical location, the diverse flora and the specific climate of Bulgaria are the reason for the high quality of Bulgarian herbs. The four distinct seasons - spring, summer, autumn, winter determine a smooth transition from high to low and from low to high temperatures. This climatic feature and extremely rich flora in Bulgaria whiten the local herbs rooms and the strength of the substances for the greater biologically active in them. This is the reason why Bulgarian herbs are preferred over all others.

We offer high quality herbal powders such as rose powder, nettle powder, mulberry powder, rosehip powder, lemon balm powder, milk thistle powder and more.

We have the opportunity to produce almost any plant from our complete portfolio of dried medicinal herbs in powder form on demand.





Melissa officinalis L. Lemon balm powder
The Lemon 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 powder
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 powder
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
Rubus idaeus L. Raspberry powder (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 powder (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 powder
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 powder
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 powder
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 powder
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 powder
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 powder
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 powder
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 powder
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 powder
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
Silybum marianum L. Milk Thistle powder
The Milk thistle (Silybum marianum L.) is herbaceous one-year to a 2-year-old plant up to 150 cm high from the Asteraceae family.
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Mariendistelpulver 7 - 8
Petasites hybridus L Butterbur powder
Butterbur is a perennial herbaceous plant of the Compositae family. The rhizome is highly developed, fleshy, creeping with many roots.
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Gewöhnliche Pestwurz 9 - 11

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