The supplies & bulk dried herb store is where I keep track of all of the clays, herbs, and other equipment I use when making my own salves, tinctures, and herbal products. Amazon has a great selection of organic and conventional bulk herbs that I use to make a variety of personal care products, herbal remedies, spice blends, and more!
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See below for more ideas of how to use bulk herbs and my favorite recipe links. I like to keep certain herbs on hand in bulk for recipes that I tend to make frequently. I’ve also found that buying bulk herbs that I use in the kitchen are far more affordable than the little jars at the grocery store. There are few things more satisfying that opening up a fresh bag of cinnamon sticks or dried peppermint and taking that first deep breath.
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My Favorite Bulk Herb Store Recipes
I stock my kitchen herb and spice cabinet, and my tea tins with bulk herbs that I use on a daily or weekly basis. But I also like to stock herbs for recipes that I make frequently. My favorite natural remedy recipe for the fall and winter is Elderberry Syrup. In the spring and summer, I almost always have a batch of Green Salve on hand for poison ivy, bites, stings, etc. Enjoy!
Herbal Green Salves are one of my essential, always on hand remedies. We can’t go without this year round, but especially with the sunburns, bug bites, and poison ivy in spring and summer months! It’s so simple to make a creamy herb infused salve, and you can vary the herbs to match your needs. Here are my favorite herbal salve recipes.
I’ve shared my simple elderberry recipes with a simple slow cooker method for making your own elderberry syrup! I offer a basic recipe along with an enhanced immune boosting version. It’s super simple to make your own blend in a slow cooker. I like to freeze the concentrate in ice cube trays or freezable jelly jars, and blend into syrup as needed. Elderberry syrup is understandably popular in cold and flu season. I forage for fresh berries if possible, or order early as the dried berries tend to sell out around the holidays.
Here’s a soothing postpartum herbal bath tea blend that I really loved after the birth of my last baby. I’ve helped friends mix this up as well to enhance their recovery from childbirth. This is not a tea to drink, but a lovely skin and tissue supporting blend to add to your bath or sitz bath.
Do you enjoy making your own products from bulk herbs as much as I do? I love to make things for family and friends, as well as to give as gifts. In fact, my Greek spice blend and my Ranch dressing mix have both been requested as gifts from my friends and family.