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Herb 20 Variety ORGANIC Medicinal/Culinary Survival Seed Cache Heirloom Non-GMO

Herb 20 Variety ORGANIC Medicinal/Culinary Survival Seed Cache Heirloom Non-GMO

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Grow hundreds of pounds of nutrient rich food for only pennies per pound. Never need to buy any of these veggies or seeds again. Food and medical prices are going to continue to rise. 

Do you love to grow your own fruit and vegetables? You can with this survival garden heirloom vegetable seed cache. Stocking up on fresh produce harvested from your own garden means having more healthy food to enjoy for months without spending a dime on store-bought vegetables. These non-GMO and non-Hybrid seeds are grown under natural conditions and packed following high standards to provide you with long lasting, high-quality organic seeds. Having a seed vault of heirloom vegetables is an essential part of your survival preparedness. 




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 Packaged for 2022









Herb 20 Variety ORGANIC Medicinal/Culinary Survival Seed Cache Heirloom Non-GMO Features:

  • Sealed in an airtight, mylar bag for long term storage

  • Color of bags may vary

  • Non-Hybrid, Non-GMO, Survival/ Herb Seed Cache

  • Includes 20 variety Medicinal/Culinary Herb Seed Cache

  • 3,900+ Seeds


Seed Varieties Include:

  • Genovese Basil  (140 Seeds) - Basil is more than just a culinary herb for herbalists. They use it to improve appetite and gently combat fatigue. Like other herbs in the mint family it is carminative and disinfectant. The fresh picked leaves make a stimulating and refreshing tea. Basil has also been used as an aphrodisiac, and for melancholy and depression.

  • Long Island Mammoth Dill (100 Seeds) - Dill is Carminative, (eases gas pains, bloating and settles the stomach). Dill water is an old and effective remedy for colic in babies and is mildly antibacterial.

  • Cilantro (85 Seeds) - Coriander been long valued in Ayurvedic medicine for its anti-inflammatory properties and has recently been studied for its cholesterol-lowering and effects and use in type 2 diabetes. It is also used in skin diseases, digestive disorders, and cough and cold remedies. Cilantro is the usual name for the leaf of the plant and is used in Asian, Mexican, Indian, Tex Mex, Caribbean, and North African cuisines.

  • Catnip (200 Seeds) - Catnip teas have long been used in traditional herbal medicine to quell digestive disturbances, and help stimulate menstruation. A hot cup of catnip tea is excellent for colds, flu, or the infectious diseases of childhood (eg measles), because of its action in inducing sleep and producing perspiration without increasing the heat of the system. Catnip, is a potent sleep-inducer for humans. It soothes the nervous system and can safely help get a restless child off to sleep. Catnip calms without affecting you the next day.

  • Dark Green Italian Parsley (200 Seeds) - Parsley is so familiar we often overlook it for more exotic plants, yet this attractive plate garnish is one of the most versatile medicinal plants around and is absolutely a must have in any well stocked herbal garden. Parsley herb is high in iron content and rich in vitamins A, B, C and trace minerals. Leaves, seeds, and root all have medicinal value in the treatment of diseases of the bladder and kidneys, gravel, stones, congestion, and jaundice) and for rheumatism, arthritis and sciatica.

  • Oregano (400 Seeds) - Oregano oil and leaf are both strong herbal antibacterial agents due to the high thymol content. Externally, the dried leaves and tops may be applied in bags as a hot fomentation to painful swellings and rheumatism, as well as for colic. Oregano tea is a strong sedative and traditionally used to treat colds, fevers, and painful menstruation.

  • Sage (20-25 Seeds) - Sage is an excellent and safe natural disinfectant. Most of its antimicrobial properties are attributed to the volatile oil thujone. Sage tea was and still is primarily used as a gargle for sore throat and an aid to digestion. This classic culinary herb has a long tradition of healing and treating digestive ills.

  • Marjoram (200 Seeds) - The medicinal qualities of the oil extracted from Sweet Marjoram - Oleum majoranae - are similar to that of the Wild Marjoram. On being kept, it assumes a solid form. It is used as an external application for sprains, bruises, etc., and also as an emmenagogue.

  • Thyme (150 Seeds) - Thyme has primarily been used respiratory ailments for its infection-fighting and cough suppressive qualities. Thyme tea is an old time favorite cough, cold and hangover remedy, especially when sweetened with thyme honey.

  • Lavender (50 Seeds) - In general lavender is used to relax muscle spasms anywhere in the body, and to relax the body in the presence of pain. Lavender is used as a cooling herb and anti-depressent. Lavender is especially suited for use in headaches. Lavender is traditionally used for sachets to place among linens and clothing as a perfume and as a moth repellent. Flies and mosquitoes dislike the fragrance of lavender, and the fresh cut flowers added to a summer vase, make both a beautiful and practical addition to your table.

  • Arugula - (130 Seeds) - A study by researchers shows that arugula can be used as an alternative to cure ulcers. It has a rich and peppery taste and has an exceptionally strong flavor. It is often used in salads, and sometimes cooked with other vegetables for pasta sauces or meats in Italy and other parts of world.






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