Organic Herbs

We love to use organic plants because we know that the plants we are using in our products have had no exposure to synthetic chemicals, pesticides or fertilisers. Having the best raw ingredients is of paramount importance to us.

Calendula

The Botanical name for Calendula: Calendula officinalis

Parts of Calendula used for Wild Dispensary tonics: Flowers

What does Calendula act as? Anti-inflammatory, vulnerary, antifungal, lymphatic, astringent, antiviral, antimicrobial, cholagogue (bitter), emmenagogue, antispasmodic.

Wild Dispensary Products that include Calendula:

Liver Bitters

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Cardamom

The Botanical name for Cardamom: Elettaria cardamomum

Parts of Cardamom used for Wild Dispensary tonics: Seeds.

What does Cardamom act as? Anti microbial, supports oral health, liver supportive and supports digestive issues.

Wild Dispensary products with Cardamom:

Liver Bitters

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Chamomile

The Botanical name for Chamomile: Matricaria chamomilla (German Chamomile)

Parts of Chamomile used for Wild Dispensary tonics: Flowers.

What does Calendula act as? Anti-inflammatory, mild sedative, carminative and vulnerary.

What is Calendula used for? Inflammation, food sensitivities, gastro issues, teething, colic, burns, and wounds.

Wild Dispensary Products that include Chamomile:

Rest and Calm and Rest and Calm Kids

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Cinnamon

The Botanical name for Cinnamon: Cinnamomum verum

Parts of Cinnamon used for Wild Dispensary tonics: The bark of the cinnamon tree.

What does cinnamon act as? Analgesic (pain relief), antioxidant, carminative, circulatory stimulant, digestive, expectorant, tonic and supports fevers.

Wild Dispensary products that include Cinnamon: Defence Throat Spray and Immunity Tonic

Clove

The Botanical name for Clove: Syzygium aromaticum

Parts of Clove used for Wild Dispensary tonics: Flower bud

What does Clove act as?  Analgesic, anti-asthmatic (supports respiratory system), anti-fungal, anti-microbial, anti nauseant, antioxidant, antiseptic, antispasmodic (helps with cramps/spasms), antiviral, astringent, carminative, circulatory stimulant, diaphoretic, digestive and expectorant.

Wild Dispensary Products that include Clove: Immunity Tonic and Throat Spray

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Globe Artichoke

The Botanical name for Globe Artichoke: Cynara cardunculus var. scolymus

Parts of Globe used for Wild Dispensary tonics: Leaves.

What is Globe used for? May help improve digestive health and liver health, lower blood sugar, and lower bad cholesterol.

Wild Dispensary Products that include Globe Artichoke:

Liver Bitters

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Horseradish

The Botanical name for Horseradish: Armoracia rusticana

Parts of Horseradish used for Wild Dispensary tonics: Roots and leaves

What does Horseradish act as? Anti-catarrhal (stops excess mucus e.g runny nose or post nasal drip etc), antimicrobial, antioxidant, carminative, diaphoretic, digestive,  diuretic, expectorant, rubefacient (when applied topically increases blood flow to the site – useful for sore muscles or injured tissues). We use horseradish to help support sinus health as well as supporting symptoms that can arise from the ills and chills.

Wild Dispensary Products that include Horseradish:

Fire Cider

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Lemon Balm

The Botanical name for Lemon Balm: Melissa officinalis

Parts of Lemon Balm used for Wild Dispensary tonics: Leaves

What does Lemon Balm act as? Antioxidant, antiviral, antispasmodic, carminative, diaphoretic, sedative/relaxant. Supportive to your nervous system.

Wild Dispensary products with Lemon Balm:

Mood Boost

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Motherwort

The Botanical name for Motherwort: Leonurus cardiaca

Parts of Motherwort used for Wild Dispensary tonics: Aerial parts (stalks, flowers and leaves)

What does Motherwort act as?
Astringent, anti spasmodic, cardio tonic, circulatory stimulant, emmenagogue, nervine, sedative.

Wild Dispensary Products that include Motherwort:

Hormone Balance

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Nettle

The Botanical name for Nettle: Urtica dioica

Parts of Nettle used for Wild Dispensary tonics: Leaves, seeds and roots.

What does Nettle act as? Alterative, antihistamine, anti inflammatory, astringent, circulatory stimulant, diuretic, nutritive, anti-allergy.

Wild Dispensary Products that include Nettle:

Daily Boost Tonic

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Red Clover

The Botanical name for Red Clover: Trifolium pratense

Parts of Red Clover used for Wild Dispensary tonics: Flowers

What does Red Clover act as? Antispasmodic (can help with spasms/cramping), diuretic, expectorant, lymphatic (supports lymphatic flow which can help with inflammation), nutritive, sedative, alterative (helps with restoring the body’s natural function/health), phytoestrogen.

Wild Dispensary products with Red Clover:

Hormone Balance

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Sage

The Botanical name for Sage: Salvia officinalis

Parts of Nettle used for Wild Dispensary tonics: Leaves.

What does Sage act as? Antibacterial, antifungal, antimicrobial, antioxidant, antiseptic (respiratory, gastrointestinal), antispasmodic, antiviral, aromatic, astringent, anti-inflammatory, antioxidant, antisudorific (stop sweating/perspiration), nootropic tonic (supports cognition and concentration), choleric, circulatory stimulant and carminative.

Wild Dispensary Products that include Sage:

Throat Spray and Hormone Balance

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Turmeric

The Botanical name for Turmeric: Curcuma longa

Parts of Turmeric used for Wild Dispensary tonics: Roots.

What does Turmeric act as? Anti-inflammatory, antioxidant and anti-microbial.

Wild Dispensary products with Turmeric:

Anti-Flam Tonic and Fire Cider

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