Wild Herbs

The point of difference we pride ourselves on lies in our name. 𝗪𝗶𝗹𝗱. Every single one of our products has a wild element. That connection with nature, and the value it holds is so important, we wanted a piece of it in every bottle.

Californian poppy

The Botanical name for Californian poppy: Eschscholzia californica

Parts of Californian poppy used for Wild Dispensary tonics: Leaves, flower, seeds and roots.

What does Californian poppy act as? Anti-anxiety, nervine, mild sedative, pain relief. For relaxing, analgesic, antispasmodic, anxiolytic, hypnotic.

Wild Dispensary products with Californian poppy:

Rest and Calm, Rest and Calm Kids, and Chest Tonic

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Elder (Elderberry and Elderflower)

The Botanical name for Elder: Sambucus nigra

Parts of Elder used for Wild Dispensary tonics: Berries and flowers.

What is Elderberry and Elderflower used for? Elderberry has been used to help with winter ills and chills and symptoms of common cold. It helps protect the respiratory tract from infections and supports the body’s immunity.

Wild Dispensary products with Elderberry and Elderflower:

Immunity Tonic, Switchel and Vira Defence Elixir

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The Botanical name for Hawthorn: Crataegus laevigata/monogyna

Parts of Hawthorn used for Wild Dispensary tonics: Berries and young leaves.

What does Hawthorn act as?

Hawthorn has been traditionally used to support healthy blood pressure and to support those that feel overwhelmed or stressed. It can be used as a nervine to support the nervous system as well as supporting the heart and the cardiovascular system.

Wild Dispensary products with Hawthorn:

Mood Boost

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The Botanical name for White horehound: Marrubium vulgare

Parts of White horehound used for Wild Dispensary tonics: Leaves.

What does White horehound act as? Spasmolytic, expectorant and bitter.

Wild Dispensary products with Horehound:

Chest Tonic and Vira Defence Elixir

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The Botanical name for Rosehip: They belong to the Rosa genus of the Rosaceae family, which has upwards of 100 species

Parts of rosehip used for Wild Dispensary tonics: The hip.

What does rosehip act as? Antioxidant, nutritive and anti-inflammatory.

Wild Dispensary Products that include rosehip:

Fire Cider and Daily Boost Tonic

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St John's Wort

The Botanical name for St Johns Wort: Hypericum perforatum

Parts of St Johns Wort used for Wild Dispensary tonics: Flowers, leaves and stems.

What does St Johns Wort act as? Uplifting, antidepressant, anti-inflammatory, antiseptic (topically), anti viral, anxiolytic, astringent, digestive, liver protective, nervine, relaxant and vulnerary.

Wild Dispensary products with St John's Wort:

Golden Skin Oil and Mood Boost

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The Botanical name for Thyme: Thymus vulgaris

Parts of Thyme used for Wild Dispensary tonics: Leaves and flowers.

What does Thyme act as? Spasmolytic and expectorant.

Wild Dispensary products with Thme:

Chest Tonic, Firecider, Vira Defence Elixir and Defence Throat Spray

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The Botanical name for Yarrow: Achillea millefolium

Parts of Yarrow used for Wild Dispensary tonics: Aerial parts.

What does Yarrow act as? Anti-inflammatory, astringent (drying), analgesic (helps with pain), anti-spasmodic, bitter, circulatory stimulant, diuretic, febrifuge (to reduce fever), styptic (to stop bleeding – wounds etc), tonic and vulnerary (healing).

Wild Dispensary Products that include Yarrow:

Hormone Balance

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