Yellowroot (Xanthorhiza simplicissima) bundles (approximately 1 ounce depending on drying time) contain enough plant material for 20 cups of medium strength yellowroot tea. Yellowroot is used as a remedy for everything from gum disease to urinary infections. (Drying time does not affect active ingredients.) Learn more about yellowroot
This bag contains approximately 1/3 ounce of dried cleavers harvested from the wild. Cleavers (Galium aparine) are used in to cleanse toxins from the lymphatic system, to cool fevers, and as a general tonic. Cleavers also make an effective homemade deodorant.
Mullein (Verbascum Thapsus) - Approximately 1/3 ounce with directions on back of label
Natural finish, small sized (3.5") genuine Missouri Meerschaum corn cob pipe (made in the USA) with 1/6 ounce of dried mullein leaf
Many old timers smoked mullein as a remedy for asthma. This gift package is a souvenir from the Southern Appalachians, so sit back, fill your pipe, light up, and enjoy.
This bag contains approximately 1/2 ounce of dried chickweed (Stellaria media) harvested from the wild. Chickweed -- also known as Star Lady and Mouse Ear -- is a small, spreading plant that helps eczema and other skin problems -- especially boils.
All of our herbs are hand selected and held to the highest standards. They have never been sprayed or chemically treated in any way.To purchase other products, please click on links at top of page. Thanks for shopping at Payne Mountain Farms.
Basic information about products we sell are posted on this website. To read more in-depth information about herbal remedies and essential oils, visit our free online herbal encyclopedia at Every Green Herb.
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Located at 322 EV Farm Drive, in Blairsville, Georgia, 30512, we sell wild herbs and handcrafted products - all produced and packaged on our family farm in the North Georgia Mountains. Celebrating the Appalachians where sustainable farming is a way of life, we appreciate our customers and promise to provide the best service, the highest quality merchandise, a secure shopping experience, and fair prices. The best way to reach us is by email at firstname.lastname@example.org -- we answer emails several times daily. You can also call resident herbalist Janice Boling at 706-897-9435 but mobile service here in the mountains is sketchy at best. It may be a few days or even a week before voicemail messages are answered.
We believe the best way to really learn about herbal medicine is to touch and smell herbs, taste them, use them daily, and grow them if possible. Herbal medicine is a way of life - it is not a quick fix.
Medicinal herbs address the symptoms and underlying causes of a problem. As herbs nourish our bodies, they help to balance and regulate the immune system. Herbs can be specific to a particular condition or used as a tonic to promote whole body health. Some are gentle and safe for everyone, others are powerful and should be used with caution. Please do some research before using herbs and other natural remedies.
Herbs and herbal products should be kept in a cool, dry place. Store for extended periods in the refrigerator. Discard if mold appears or if oils become rancid. Never use ointments on open wounds. Always test on a small area of skin before widespread external use. Consult with your healthcare professional before using any herbal remedy especially if pregnant, nursing, under the age of eighteen, or taking other medicines. Discontinue use if undesirable symptoms occur.
And to every beast of the earth, and to every fowl of the air, and to every thing that creepeth upon the earth wherein there is life, I have given every green herb for meat”; and it was so. Genesis 1:30
Payne Mountain Farms is owned and operated by two people. We don't have a catalog or a big operation. We keep printed materials to a minimum, assuring low overhead and substainable practices. We do most everything by hand including gathering wild medicinal herbs. Our inventory of herbs varies from year to year -- we always try to have yellowroot and usually offer mullein, plantain, bee balm, dandelion, blackberry leaf... whatever we come across that is plentiful enough to gather and is "legal". (We don't have licence for ginseng). We also gather some medicinal herb seeds and heirloom field-corn seeds which are great for grinding into cornmeal. I also sell some herbal ointments and beaded jewelry plus do websites.
*Note - the information on this website is for educational purposes only and has not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration.