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Top 12 Herbs to Start your Apothecary

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Top 12 Herbs to Start your Apothecary

If one of your new year goals revolves around health, then building an herbal pharmacy is a great way to empower it!

The three most common ailments we get asked about are:

  • Sleep
  • Digestion
  • Immunity

I choose these 12 teas because, not only are they a good foundation for the start of your apothecary, but they can also can be blended to address all three ailments, making them very multi-functional. 

Check out our informative video below to see my recommendations and their many uses across different ailments, then comment below what some of your favorite herbs are.




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Melissa @ Faeve
Melissa @ Faeve

March 05, 2020

Hey Michele! So sorry for the late response, but feel free to send me an email at melissa (@) myfaeve.com and I can find a cost for you!

Michele Topolnicki
Michele Topolnicki

March 05, 2020

My favorites are Valerian, Chamomile, and lemon balm.. How much would it cost to get a starter assortment of all 12 herbs??

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