Herbs A - H

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In order to comply with USDA food safety regulations, we do not sell nor provide anything containing meat, poultry, canned low acid foods, or dairy products. We sell herbs (plants) for a novelty, religious, or food supplements only. We may list other sites that sell FDA regulated products, but we are not in any way responsible for what others sell.


Medicinal Plant Disclaimer

 

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Information presented has been gathered randomly from other websites from the literature on plants that have been used for health related purposes in the past. Please do your own research if you have any questions relating to the uses of any plants. Not all of these plants have been currently researched by the medical field and the full extent of these plants will never be completely known.

The information presented is therefore incomplete, and further studies are highly recommended. All information presented by Wild Pantry, whether electronic, written, verbal or by other means is for educational purposes only

We specifically recommend that all wild plants, herbs, herbal extracts, herbal salves, herbal tinctures or herbal products be taken under the direction of a health care provider. The FDA or the USDA has not evaluated statements. 

 

Our herbal products are not intended to diagnose, treat, cure, or prevent disease. Consult your own physician regarding the applicability of any opinions or recommendations with respect to your symptoms or medical condition. Our herbal products have not been evaluated by the USDA and there is no current standard on the potency of any plants used as "food" supplements...Please read this article concerning plants used as herbs. Herbal Medicine in the United States: Review of Efficacy, Safety, and Regulation Grand Rounds at University of California, San Francisco Medical Center.

Pregnant or breast feeding women should especially NEVER use herbs or supplements without direct supervision of an experienced health-care practitioner.  

 

If you have any questions about any our products please give us a call at (423) 261-2039 or email us at your convenience.

 

Please note that prices can change at any time as we update our site when time is available. Please email us if you have any questions regarding prices. We reserve the right to refuse to supply any company or person for any reason.  

These are the common names of some of our herbs. Plants may be known by one or more common names in different places, areas, and around the world. We've listed botanical names beside the common name.

  Some of our herbs are picked right here in Tennessee

 

Click on Herb Name for pricing and to order. If there is an herb you require and it's not listed here, we may be able to obtain it for you. Please email us.

 

 

  

 

Most of our herbs are gathered in Tennessee and have the Pick Tennessee approval.

 We ship all orders via the United States Postal Service. Orders that come in after 2 p.m. will ship 3 to 5 business days from receipt of order. We do supply tracking numbers. We do not do any overnight orders now. We ship priority that comes with a standard $50 insurance and tracking, which we will advise when shipped. If you receive a damaged order, please take it along with the packing slip and tracking number to the postal carrier and make a claim. We cannot file a claim for you as you have to present the damaged goods.

Please email us for ordering information. 

 

International Orders - read before ordering!

 

We cannot guarantee delivery of International orders. Once a package leaves the United States we have NO control over that package. International orders are usually shipped Priority International with our US Postal Service.

 

Please note that you order at your own risk. If package is lost, hung up in Customs or missing and not delivered we have no control over it and will not replace all or part of the shipment at our expense.... If you want another order you will have to pay for the order, plus shipping as we cannot refund International orders that go astray.

 

Also be aware that customs often takes a sample of agricultural or plant products for testing for insects and other foreign materials. If your order one ounce of a specific herb or product and customs wants to analyze part of that, you probably are not going to be happy with what you receive after they take part of that order. Sorry, but we have no control over what your country's customs agents do to incoming orders from other countries.

 

Click on Herb Name for pricing and to order. If there is an herb you require and it's not listed here, we may be able to obtain it for you. Please email us.

 

Herbs I - P

 

Herbs Q - Z

 

Please be aware that our list may not be in alphabetical order. If you have difficulty finding an herb, please use the search box. Search

 

In order to comply with USDA food safety regulations, we do not sell nor provide anything containing meat, poultry, canned low acid foods, or dairy products. We sell herbs (plants) for a novelty, religious, or food supplements only. We may list other sites that sell FDA regulated products, but we are not in any way responsible for what others sell.

 
ALDER (click on name to order via email) - (Red Alder, Tag Alder, Hazel Halder) bark, twigs, cones

Bulk Seeds: $175.00/lb.

Cones (for potpourri) $10.00/lb.
(a pound is a LOT of cones)
Alnus serrulata - ethically wild crafted, TN & NC,

USA


$3.00/1 oz.
$10.50/4 oz.
$19.50/8 oz.
$35.00/lb.
   
   

ASH, PRICKLY - Northern Prickly Ash,  Tumbru, Toothache Tree, Tejbal, Prickly Ash,Yellow wood, Suterberry - bark
Zanthoxylum americana syn Xanthoxylum americanum [Mill]
Xanthoylum fraxineum [Willd]
Xanthoxylum Carolinianum [Lamb]

Wild harvested

 
   
AUTUMN OLIVE - berries, dry (Contains lycopene)



Email to order
Elaeagnus umbellata

 

$3.00/1 oz.
$11.00/4 oz.
$20.00/8 oz.
$35.00/16 oz.

   
AUTUMN OLIVE - berries, fresh - seasonal from August - September/early October (must ship overnight or Priority to eastern U.S.)

Email to order
Fresh berries - minimum order is one pound

$25.00/lb.

Discount on bulk orders of 5+ lbs. or more
   
AUTUMN OLIVE - twigs, bark, or leaves

Email to order
Elaeagnus umbellata

$20.00/lb.
mininum order 1 lb.
 
   

BALM OF GILEAD BUDS Wild harvested Email to order

Populus balsamifera  

Wild harvested

Limited supply

   
BEECH, AMERICAN - bark, cut, twigs, leaves - wild harvested USA

Email to order
Fagus grandifolia

1 oz. $2.00
4 oz. $7.00
8 oz. $12.50 16 oz. $23.00
   
BERGAMOT - PURPLE BEE BALM - wild harvested USA

Email to order
purple beebalm

Monarda fistulosa

1 oz. $4.50
4 oz. $8.50
8 oz. $17.00
16 oz. $32.00 
   
BERGAMOT - Scarlet Bee Balm - Email to order Monarda didyma

1 oz. $4.50
4 oz. $8.50
8 oz. $17.00
16 oz. $32.00
BETONY, Wood -whole plant, cut Pedicularis 
canadensis

email for availability

Click herb name below to order

BIRCH, email for availability  yellow birch -  bark - cut

Wild harvested USA

Betula  alleghaniensis

 

 
BIRCH, yellow - leaf
Wild harvested USA

email for availability
Betula  alleghaniensis

1 oz. $1.75
4 oz. $6.25
8 oz. $12.00
16 oz. $25.00
   
BIRCH - black -  bark - cut

Wild harvested USA

email for availability
Betula lenta

1 oz. $1.75
4 oz. $6.25
8 oz. $12.00
16 oz. $25.00
   
BIRCH - black - leaf

Wild harvested USA

email for availability
Betula lenta

1 oz. $1.75
4 oz. $6.25
8 oz. $12.00
16 oz. $25.00
 
BUCKEYES (HORSE CHESTNUT)* -whole
Email to order
Aesculus flava, Aesculus pavia (not to be  used for internal medicine)
   
CAROLINA ALLSPICE, , SPICE WOOD, (Wild Allspice, Spicebush, Common Spicebush, Northern Spicebush or Benjamin Bush)   - bark, leaf, twigs, flowers - ethically wild harvested
email for info or to order
Lindera benzoin*

1 oz. $3.00
4 oz. $10.50
8 oz.$20.00
16 oz. $45.00
Carolina Allspice
IvanTortuga.jpg This illustration was made by Cody Hough

   
email for info or to order
CAROLINA ALLSPICE, SWEET SHRUB, SPICE WOOD,
SWEET BETSY - bark, leaf, twigs, flowers
This is NOT Lindera benzoin (Lauraceae), which is also called Carolina Allspice and spicebush. Lindera and Calycanthus belong in separate (although related) families, Lauraceae and Calycanthaceae, respectively. Sassafras is a close relative of Lindera.
Calycanthus floridus* -

1 oz. $3.00
4 oz. $10.50
8 oz.$20.00
16 oz. $45.00

   
   
CEDAR, RED (Eastern) - leaves
email to order
Juniperus virginiana

1 oz. $3.00
4 oz. $10.00
8 oz. $20.00
16 oz. $35.00
   
   
CEDAR, RED (Eastern) - cedar-apple-rust - galls
Limited quantities

email to order


1 oz. $3.00
4 oz. $11.00
8 oz. $23.00
16 oz. $45.00

"CEDAR APPLES are excrescences on the trunk of Juniperus virginiana, used as an anthelmintic in the serving of from 10 to 20 grains three times a day."
Botinical.com

Gymnosporangium juniperi-virginianae


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Email for ordering information.

DATURA,
Jimsonweed,
Thorn apple, Jamestown Weed, Moon flower, trumpet flower, mad apple, rattleweed

Specify leaf, cut or root, cut

You must be 18 to purchase this product and must be willing to give us a call first.

No Export to Australia

 

Click here for an article:

Datura stramonium (Common Name : Jimson Weed) Medicinal Uses, Side Effects and Benefits

 

Datura stramonium L.  (EASTERN)

Seed packets - 100 seeds/pack $5.00 -

Seeds need stratification for several weeks in order to germinate (place in freezer)

1 oz. $6.00 (leaf)
4 oz. $19.00 (leaf)
8 oz. $35.00 (leaf)

16 oz. $63.00 (leaf)

 
DOGWOOD, AMERICAN - bark, leaf, berries

Email for price and to order
Cornus Florida
   
Seasonal

ELDER - berries, fresh

Email to order

Sambucus Nigra

1-2 gals.
$20.00/gallon

3-5 gals. $18.00/gallon

   
ELDER - bark
Email to order
Sambucus Nigra

1 oz. $2.50
4 oz. $9.50
8 oz. $18.00
16 oz. $30.00
   
EVERLASTING, SWEET EVERLASTING, RABBIT TOBACCO, CUDWEED, (SEE LIFE EVERLASTING) - whole herb
- leaf only

Email to order
Gnaphalium purpureum, Gnaphalium obtusifolium

whole herb
1 oz. $5.00
4 oz. $9.50
8 oz. $18.50
16 oz. $36.50

Gnaphalium obtusifolium/
polycephalum


leaf only
1 oz. $6.00
4 oz. $24.00
8 oz. $45.00
16 oz. $85.00 (best buy)

Seeds
$3.00/pack (hundreds of seeds, too small to count)
 
False Unicorn Root, dried, chopped
email for ordering info.
Chamaelirium luteum
Wild harrvested in Tennessee U.S.A.
 
   
HEAL ALL SELF-HEAL, HEAL-ALL,   Allheal, balm,
Blue Curls, Brownwort, Carpenter's Weed, Heart Of The Earth,
Hercules Woundwort, Hock-heal, Hood Weed, Hook-heal, Hsia,-ku-ts'ao
Panay, Prunella, Xu Ku Cao - herb. email for ordering info.
Prunella vulgaris - wild harvested

 

Tincture available

$12.00/oz.

email to order tincture

   
HEMLOCK, POISON**, (see note below) herb, cut - Herb Bennet, Spotted Corobane, Musquash Root, Beaver Poison,  Poison Parsley, Spotted Hemlock, Kex, Kecksies)

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Photo by M. Morris - Copyright 2010
Conium maculatum

 

16 oz. $200.00

**Must be at least 21 to order, a licensed practitioner, state university or college director, or a licensed herb dealer.  We ask for proof that you are legally authorized to order this herb. This herb is extremely poisonous and can be fatal if ingested. This herb is for external or ceremonial use only.

HEMLOCK, EASTERN (TREE), twigs, bark

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Tsuga canadensis

1 oz. $3.00
4 oz. $11.00
8 oz. $2100
16 oz. $43.00

HORSETAIL, Scouring Rush, Shave Grass - herb, cut - wild harvested. Email to order.

Equisetum arvense

 

   
   
Herbs I - P Herbs Q - Z

 

 

 

**Cautions: (Poison Hemlock)

**Must be at least 21 to order, a licensed practioner, state university or college director, or a licensed herb dealer.  This herb is extremely poisonous and can be fatal if ingested. This herb is for external or ceremonial use only.

You must be willing to furnish photo ID to purchase this plant.

TOXICITY RATINGS: Moderate to high. Contains the alkaloid Coniine, Methyl-coniine, Conhydrine, Pseudoconhydrine, Ethyl piperidine, mucilage, a fixed oil and 12 per cent of ash.

ANIMALS AFFECTED: All animals may be affected. Grazing animals, swine and animals that may eat the seeds (especially poultry) are more at risk than pets.

DANGEROUS PARTS OF PLANT: All parts, especially young leaves and seeds.

CLASS OF SIGNS: Nervousness, trembling, incoordination, depression, coma, death, birth defects.

There is no known antidote. Seek immediate medical assistance.