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Wild Cherry
Wild cherry bark provides a almond like aroma and has been cut and sifted
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Willow Bark
Enjoy the use of white willow bark that has been already prepared for your convenient use
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Winter Savory
Aromatic, strong and spicy taste and is great with beans and vegetables
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Winter Powder
Enjoy winter savory leaf that comes in a covenient powder form
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Winter Leaf
Winter savory can be used much like summer savory on vegetables, meats, fish and poultry
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White Oak   White Pine   White Willow
One of the strongest natural astringent herbs available.   Best for bladder and kidney infections.   Not until the eighteenth century was the herb recognized as a pain reliever and fever reducer in the West.

Wild Cherry   Wild Yam   Winter Savory
Helps coughs associated with respiratory congestion of colds, flu, bronchitis and other pulmonary and bronchial disorders.

  Said to offer relief from premenstrual and menopausal symptoms.   It has antiseptic properties and promotes digestive health.
Witch Hazel   Woodruff   Wormwood
Remedies as an astringent and to relieve hemorrhoid and bruise pain and laryngitis.

  Used as a flavoring agent in May wine. It is also popular in sachets for its pleasant odor.   It is very wholesome and used to be in much request by Beer brewers for use instead of hops.
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