Buy Your Bulk Herbs Online! The southeast's largest collection of Bulk Herbs is now available for sale online! Choose from our top selling and most best beneficial herbs including Nettle Leaf, Alfafa, and Oat Straw .
You can now get our top-quality loose Bulk Herbs delivered directly to your door anywhere in the United States. The quantity is per ounce and free shipping is available with a minimum purchase. Add Bulk Herbs to your usual vitamin order to maximize your health!
People drive for hours to shop from our huge inventory of bulk herbs, both because of our huge variety and the high quality of the herbs we sell.
Click here to View all of the Herbs Available for Sale Online, or click Shop Now below.
Is your favorite one not available yet, or want to see the full inventory of bulk herbs for yourself? Come visit us in Chattanooga, TN, call us at 423-899-8422, or click the link below to View our Herbs in an A-Z alphabetically format.
Health Benefits Of Herbs
Incorporating the right herbs into your daily regimen can help improve your health in a variety of ways, including:
Helping you prevent and manage serious health conditions, including heart disease, cancer, and diabetes
Helping you reduce blood clots
Helping you reduce inflammation and tumours, since herbs have both anti-inflammatory and anti-tumor properties
Helping you reduce your cholesterol (preliminary research suggests that linseed, lemongrass, fenugreek, and garlic can help in this area)
Helping you regulate your blood sugar and insulin activity (research suggests that linseed, fenugreek, flaxseed, and cinnamon can help in this area)
Providing you with a rich source of antioxidants (research suggests that cinnamon, sage, oregano, thyme, and cloves are especially helpful in this area)
Helping you generally improve and boost your health in food, teas, and poultices
How People Use Loose Herbs In Food
Herbs can be consumed in a variety of ways, all of which can help improve your health.
Here are just a few of the most common ways people are eating (or drinking!) herbs in their daily lives:
In sauces, as well as mustards, marinades, and salad dressings
In cold homemade beverages, for extra flavor
In stews, soups, and casseroles
Herbs can be a part of your cooking process, or added in once your food has been prepared as an additional shot of flavor.
When you first start cooking with herbs, it’s important to know your goals. Are you looking for extra health benefits that can be obtained by using specific herbs? Or do you just want to add a little flavor to your dishes?
Once you know what you’re trying to achieve, you’ll find that there are dozens of ways you can incorporate herbs into your cooking to help you achieve both your culinary and your health goals.
How People Use Loose Herbs In Poultices
In addition to eating herbs, people also commonly use them in poultices (also called cataplasms) which can be applied topically to help with pain or to address other health conditions.
A poultice is a paste created from a combination of herbs and other substances, including plants.
Poultices can be used to treat many conditions, including:
Abscesses (also called boils)
To treat one of these conditions with a poultice, use a warm, wet cloth to apply it to the affected area. In some cases, you can just apply the poultice directly without the need for a cloth.
Bulk Herbs For Sale In Chattanooga TN
Our full stock of loose herbs includes almost 150 options. Minimum Bulk Herb Order is 1 oz.
Many of our clients drive as far as three hours to buy bulk herbs from us because we have one of the biggest selections of loose herbs in the entire southeast. If you’re looking for a specific herb, chances are we have it or can order it for you.
Here are just a few of our top selections from our inventory:
Irish Moss - This amazing herb offers anti-bacterial and anti-viral properties. Rich in potassium, it can be used in multiple applications from applying it to the skin to ease irritation, to helping respiratory issues.
Ashwagandha - Derived from plants found in the Middle East it has been used for centuries as a medicinal plant. It is best known for its stress-relieving properties and can also help with blood sugar, cortisol levels, and numerous body/brain related functions.
Slippery Elm - Used by Native Americans as a healing salve, Slippery Elm has many uses. It is most known for its digestive health uses for ailments such as indigestion, leaky gut, and bowel conditions.
Elderberry - Elderberry is well known to help shorten colds and the flu. It is full of powerful antioxidants and vitamins to boost your immune response, protect your heart, and ease stress.
Dandelion Root - Most know Dandelions as a pesky yard weed, but this plant's root actually has many uses. Commonly brewed in tea, the roots are known to help with digestion, liver conditions, high blood pressure, and high cholesterol.
We do not directly or indirectly give medical advice or prescribe alternative treatment. We recommend that people contact their doctor if they need a medical diagnosis. We assume no responsibility if anyone decides to use the information provided here to prescribe a treatment program for themselves. Healing is sometimes a slow process, and we suggest that you do not stop taking any medications or alter any existing health protocols you have in place without the guidance of a licensed doctor.