| Uses: Medicinal
|| Duration: Perennial (hardy in zones 7-10) |
| When to Sow: Spring/Late Summer/Early Fall
|| Ease of Germination: Difficult/Special Treatment Required |
Native American herb found in upland meadows and ravines in the southern Rocky Mountains. Leading herbalists say it can be used like echinacea for the treatment of colds, flu, sore throat and upper respiratory congestion. Antibacterial and antiviral properties, making it useful as a treatment for general infections. Stimulates circulation, kidneys, and the uterus. Not easy to grow: germination is slow and sporadic, and seeds probably need cold stratification for best results.
|| Bulk dried root whole SOLD OUT
|| $20.00/100g, $140.00/1000g |
|Currency: United States Dollar|