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Herb Profile Database

The Herb Database

Looking for information on a specific herb? Look no further than our Herb Database. We have a collection of all the herb profiles we have ever featured, including medicinal herbs fit for at-home herbal remedies, culinary plants that make great additions to your weekly meals, and ornamental flowers that, if anything else, are simply pretty to look at. Enjoy our online exclusive list of herbs and start researching away. Bookmark this page for future reference—it's so simple to use, you'll want to use it time and time again.

List of Herbs

    AB - C - D - E - F - G - H - I - J - K - L - M - N - O - P - QR - S - T - U - V - W - X - Y - Z  

    A

     Aloe Vera 

     Angelica 

     Anise 

     Anise 

     Anise Hyssop 

     Artemisia 

     Astragalus 

     TOP 

    B

     Balloon Flower 

     Balm-of-Gilead 

     Basil 

     Basil: 10 Basils You'll Love 

     Basil: Guide to Uncommon Varieties 

     Basil, Cinnamon 

     Basil, Green Pepper 

     Basil, Lemon 

     Basil, Purple 

     Basil, Spicy Globe 

     Basil, Sweet Dani 

     Bay 

     Bay: 2009 Herb of the Year 

     Betony, Wood 

     Bistort 

     Borage, White Flowered 

     Buckwheat 

     Burdock 

     TOP 

     C

     Calamint, Showy 

     Calendula 

     Calendula: 2008 Herb of the Year 

     Cardamom 

     Cardamom: Cooking with Cardamom 

     Chamomile 

     Chervil 

     Chervil 

     Chickweed 

     Chicory 

     Chicory 

     Chinese Lantern Plant 

     Chives 

     Cilantro 

     Cinnamon 

     Clove 

     Cohosh, Black 

     Coltsfoot 

     Costmary 

     Costmary 

     Cowslip 

     Creeping Charlie 

     TOP 

    D

     Dame's Rocket 

     Devil's Claw 

     Dill 

     Dill: 2010 Herb of the Year 

     TOP 

    E

     Echinacea 

     Echinacea: Guide to Uncommon Varieties 

     Elder 

     Elderberry: Grow, Cook, Heal 

     Epazote 

     Epazote: More Information 

     Ephedra 

     Eucalyptus 

     Evening Primrose 

     TOP 

    F

     Fennel 

     Fennel, Giant 

     Flax 

     Flax: Gardening with Flax 

     Flax: Its Benefits 

     TOP 

    G

     Garlic 

     Garlic, Society 

     Ginger 

     Ginkgo 

     Ginseng 

     Goat's Rue 

     Goldenrod 

     Good-King-Henry 

     TOP 

    H

     Herb Robert 

     Hibiscus 

     Horehound 

     Horse Chestnut 

     Horseradish 

     Horseradish: 2011 Herb of the Year 

     Horsetail 

     Hyssop 

     TOP 

    I

     Indigo 

     TOP 

    J

     Jewelweed 

     Joe-Pye Weed 

     Juniper 

     TOP 

    K

     Kaffir Lime 

     Kava 

     TOP 

    L

     Lady's Mantle 

     Lamb's Ear 

     Lavender 

     Lavender 'Grosso' 

     Lemon Balm 

     Lemon Balm: 2007 Herb of the Year 

     Lemon Verbena 

     Lemongrass 

     Licorice 

     Lovage 

     Love-In-A-Mist 

     TOP 

    M

     Maca 

     Maidenhair Fern 

     Marigold, Mexican Mint 

     Mayapple 

     Meadowsweet 

     Milk Thistle 

     Milkweed 

     Mint: Cooking with Mint 

     Mint, Mountain 

     Mugwort, White 

     Mullein 

     Mushroom 

     Mushroom, Shiitake 

     Mustard 

     TOP 

    N

     Neem 

     TOP 

    O

     Old-Lady's Bedstraw 

     Olive Leaf 

     Oregano 

     Oregano, Roundleaf 

     Oregon Grape 

     TOP 

    P

     Papaloquelite 

     Parsley 

     Partridge Berry 

     Pasqueflower 

     Patchouli 

     Peony 

     Plantain 

     TOP 

    Q

     Queen Anne's Lace 

     TOP 

    R

     Rhodiola 

     Rose: 2012 Herb of the Year 

     Roselle 

     Rosemary: 2000 Herb of the Year 

     Rue 

     TOP 

    S

     Safflower 

     Saffron 

     Sage 

     Sage: Guide to Uncommon Varieties 

     Sage, Pineapple 

     Self-Heal 

     Sesame 

     Soapwort 

     Sorrel, French 

     Sorrel, Garden 

     Spring Adonis 

     St. John's Wort 

     Stevia 

     Sweet Annie 

     Sweet Woodruff 

     TOP 

    T

     Tansy 

     Tarragon 

     Tea 

     Tea Tree 

     Tea, Labrador 

     Thyme 

     Thyme: Guide to Uncommon Varieties 

     Turmeric 

     TOP 

    V

     Valerian 

     Vanilla 

     Vervain 

     Violets, Sweet 

     Virgin's Bower 

     TOP 

    W

     Wild Ginger 

     Wild yam 

     Winterberry 

     Wintergreen 

     TOP 

    Z

     Za'tar 

     TOP 

 





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