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The world's most precious spice, saffron provides a sweet aroma and distinct taste
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Sage Leaf
The silvery, fuzzy leaves of sage are a domineering seasoning, where would stuffing be without it
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Savory Leaf
Summer savory leaf is sweet and a little peppery, and its best known for how delicious it goes with beans
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Unique Indian spice blend used to season sandwiches, stir fries, and vegetable stews
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Sesame Seed
Sesame seeds add a mild, nutty flavour to dishes, especially when they are toasted
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Safflower Petals   Saffron   Sage
Burned as a love drawing incense by gay men; mixed with Sampson Snake Root by gay men to draw a dominant lover.

  Thought to be a blood purifier that improves digestion and appetite.   Considered to have a slight peppery flavor. In Western cooking, it is used for flavoring fatty meats.
Sambhar   Sarsaparilla   Sassafras
Used in many South-Indian dishes.   The spicy, pleasant smelling root is what gave old-fashioned root beer its bite and is the part used medicinally.

  A Good blood purifier to stimulate elimination of waste by the kidney, liver and skin.
Savory   Saw Palmetto   Scullcap
So bold and peppery in its flavor that since the time of the Saxons it has come to denote not only the herb itself, but also a whole segment of herb culture.

  Has been used for centuries to treat prostate and urinary problems.   Relaxes nervous tension, induces calm and counteracts sleeplessness.
Senna   Sesame Seed   Sheep Sorrel
    Not only are sesame seeds a very good source of manganese and copper, but they are also a good source of calcium, magnesium, & iron.

  One of the strongest antioxidant herbs we can use regularly, to benefit our health.
Shepherd's Purse   Slippery Elm   Solomon's Seal
Is one of the important herbs to stop bleeding.   A soothing supplement for digestive symptoms like those of irritable bowel syndrome (IBS).   Helps to avoid mental stress during pregnancy, physical health for successful conception and a healthy pregnancy for both mother and child.

St. John's Wort   Star Anise   Stevia
Is often used in the short-term treatment of mild to moderate depression.   Widely held to be a Mystical Herb. Many people like to carry a STAR ANISE Pod in a conjure bag to ward off negative energy.

  It is attractive as a natural sweetener to people on carbohydrate-controlled diets.
Suma is an adaptogen herb, which means it helps the body adapt to stress, and acts as a tonic to the entire system.

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