1. Seed Needs Medicinal Herb Seed Collection (5 Individual Packets) Fresh, Non-GMO, Untreated

Seed Needs Medicinal Herb Seed Collection (5 Individual Packets) Fresh, Non-GMO, Untreated

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This medicinal herb collection includes 5 popular selections, from Peppermint, Lemon Balm, Blue Hyssop, Roman Chamomile & German Chamomile as well. They can be grown outdoors in the garden, or in pots and containers. Herb gardens are easy to maintain and are also easy to get started as well. These herbs treat an array of ailments such as... Digestion IssuesNauseaAbdominal PainSinus ProblemsRelief of Menstrual CrampingAsthma ReliefUTI reliefApetite StimulationInsomnia, stress & anxiety Each of the 5 seed packets comes with a beautifully illustrated front side, with detailed seed sowing instructions on the reverse side. They measure 3.25" wide by 4.5" tall. All of the seeds within this collection are fresh and are intended for the current and the following growing seasons. 500 Seeds 1,000 Seeds 500 Seeds 500 Seeds 500 Seeds Season Perennial Perennial Perennial Perennial Perennial Height 12" to 20" tall 24" tall 24" tall 12" to 24" tall 3" to 6" tall Width 9" to 12" wide 24" wide 12" to 18" wide 12" to 18" wide 9" to 12" wide Uses Medicinal Medicinal / Culinary Medicinal Medicinal / Culinary Medicinal Color White Green Leaves Violet Blue Green Leaves White Zones 3 to 9 3 to 11 3 to 9 4 to 9 3 to 9 Seed Needs offers some of the most viable seeds around. Get growing with great success rates and beautiful results. Blue Hyssop Herb Hyssop is considered an herb, however you will soon see that it makes an attractive flower as well. The plants are often categorized as a mint, producing a strong fragrance which attracts an array of beneficial insects to the garden. Used in insectaries and butterfly gardens, Hyssop will likely attract butterflies, bumblebees, honeybees and humming birds as well. The plants themselves reach a mature height of roughly 24 inches tall, displaying pale purple flowers through the summer months. Common Uses & Treatments Sore throatUrinary Tract InflimationAlleviates menstrual crampingTreats asthmaAppetite stimulator Peppermint Peppermint is an ancient heirloom that dates back to as early as 1500 B.C. The herb is thought to have originated from North Africa and the Mediterranean, introduced as a natural hybrid cross, between both spearmint and water mint. Its strong scented leaves are crushed and used to flavor chewing gum, breath mints and teas. They are also used in all sorts of shampoos, conditioners, toothpastes and skincare products as well. The plants grow to a mature height of roughly 2 feet tall, displaying dozens of 1 to 2 inch, shiny, bumpy leaves. The stems are red colored and smooth, while it's blooms are a light pink to purple. Common Uses & Treatments Freshens breathTreats tension / relieves headachesFights bacterial infectionsImproves sleepRelieves clogged sinusesImproves energy Roman Chamomile Roman Chamomile will produce carpets of low growing plant life, displaying hundreds of thin stems and leaves. The plants form small, white flowers that are accented by bright yellow centers. Each herb will grow to a mature height of roughly 3 to 6 inches tall, and can spread about 9 to 12 inches wide. The flower heads are most popularly used in herbal teas, but you will also come to find that Roman Chamomile makes an excellent groundcover as well. Common Uses & Treatments Eases anxietySoothes digestive upsetsCalms skin irritationReduces muscle painsReduces allergies German Chamomile German Chamomile, also known as Common Chamomile, is a fragrant herb that releases a sweet scent in the garden. It's flowers are white, while it's centers are golden yellow. German Chamomile blooms through the summer months, when the temperatures are warm. Each plant grows to a mature height of roughly 12 to 20 inches tall, making them taller than it's relative, Roman Chamomile. Common Uses & Treatments Mild sedativeAntisepticAnti-inflammatoryAnti-fungal usesAssist with throat irritation Lemon Balm Lemon Balm is a highly sought after herb, used mainly for it's leaves. The leaves can be consumed in salads or crushed up and added to many teas as well. The plants grow to a mature height of roughly 12 to 24 inches tall, and spread 12 to 18 inches wide. Lemon Balm plants will produce small white flowers, during the summer months. These flowers can Attract all sorts of beneficial insects to the garden, such as butterflies, bumblebees, honeybees and even hummingbirds as well. Common Uses & Treatments Calms stress & anxietyTreats insomniaTreats cold soresHigh cholesterolGenital HerpesIndigestion & heartburn