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Cilantro Leaf
The fragrant, pungent leaf of the coriander plant, cilantro is popular in Mexican.
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Caraway Seed
This meat-free alternative adds full bacon flavor to salads, side dishes, and sandwiches.
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Catnip Leaf
Catnip Leaf & Flower Cut & Sifted is naturally promotes relaxation.
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Celery Seed
Milder than the seeds produced by the same plant.
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Cardamom Seed
Sweet and spicy, warm and aromatic, cardamom adds a distinctive touch to cakes, pastries
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Cajun   Calamus Root   Caraway Seed
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  In antiquity in the Orient and Egypt, it was thought to be a powerful aphrodisiac. In Europe Acorus calamus was often added to wine, and the root is also one of the possible ingredients of absinthe.

  They are used as a spice in breads especially rye bread, which is denser because of the yeast-killing properties of the essential oil, limonene.
Cardamom Pods   Cardamom Seed   Cascara Sagrada
It has a strong, unique taste, with an intensely aromatic fragrance. Black cardamom has a distinctly more astringent aroma, though not bitter, with a coolness similar to mint, though with a different aroma.

  In South Asia is broadly used to treat infections in teeth and gums, to prevent and treat throat troubles, congestion of the lungs and pulmonary tuberculosis, inflammation of eyelids and also digestive disorders.
  It grows in moist, acidic soils in the shady side of clearings or in the marginal forest understory, near the edges of mixed deciduous-coniferous forests.
Catnip   Cat's Claw   Cedar Red
A perennial herb of the mint family, native to Europe and is an import to the United States and other countries.   An outstanding herb that helps with Arthritis, Cancer Recovery, and Premature Aging.   Our cedarwood essential oil is extracted from Juniperus virginiana. It has been known to help with many different ailments.

Cedar Shavings   Cedar Tips   Celery Salt
Eastern Red Cedar shavings and chips have been used as a natural pest repellent for years.
  Our bulk cedar tips are a colorful, fresh addition to potpourris and sachets.   A flavored salt used as a food seasoning, made from ground seeds, which may come from the lovage or "false celery" plant.

Celery Seed   Celery Stalk & Leaf   Chamomile
This can be used as a flavoring or spice either as whole seeds or, ground and mixed with salt, as celery salt.
  Grassy and hay-like, even a little bitter, the flavor of celery stalk and leaf is reminiscent of fennel and anise.   Our quest for the world's best chamomile lead us to Egypt, where we discovered perfectly formed florets with rich deep flavor.

Chaparral   Chasteberry   Chervil
An important antioxidant that helps to cleanse the muscles and tissue walls.   Clinical trials show that chasteberry helps improve PMS and menstrual disturbances.
  The subtle, tender flavor-part anise, part parsley-that you've been trying to identify in fish sauce; will almost certainly turn out to be chervil.

Chestnut Leaf   Chia Seed   Chickweed
Cut and sifted, dried Chestnut Leaf makes an excellent, traditional tea.

  One of the most powerful, functional, and nutritious superfoods in the world.   Has great worth for treating open sores, hemorrhoids & swellings.
Chicory Root   Chives   Cilantro
Can effectively cleanse the body in a number of ways by acting as a gentle laxative and diuretic for removing excess water and toxins.

  I can't imagine life in the kitchen without these incredible bulbs and their cousins, leeks and chives.   The world is divided into two very different types of people: those who love cilantro and those who hate it.
Cleavers   Clove   Collinsonia Root
Herbalists have long regarded cleavers as a valuable lymphatic tonic and diuretic.

  They have a sweet, somewhat penetrating flavor. Cloves can be bought whole or ground.   Combines strong antioxidant properties with a natural affinity.
Coltsfoot Leaf   Comfrey   Coriander Seed
Has been used for centuries in the treatment of respiratory ailments such as coughs, bronchitis, asthma, and emphysema.   It can be used in herbal remedies that topically heal bones and wounds more quickly. It is native to most of North America, Europe, and western Siberia.

  Widely used in German and Belgian specialty beers, and are sometimes used as a breath freshener in India.
Cornsilk   Cramp Bark   Cumin Seed
A natural remedy for kidney, bladder and prostate irritations.   This is a common herbal remedy used to relieve muscle tension and pain. It may also be used to relax the uterus to relieve menstrual cramping.

  It looks rather unassuming, but it has quite the nutty peppery flavor.
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