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Cayenne - Celebration Herbals
          Cayenne is frequently used in Mexican, Szechwan, and East Indian recipes. It is very spicy and can be used sparingly in almost any dish like creamy soups, sauces, curries, meats, and of course salsas! Spiciness of capsicums is measured in heat units (H.U). Cayenne ranges from 5,000 to 120,000 H.U. Measuring between 5,000 and 20,000 H.U, this cayenne is "mild." STORE IN A COOL, DRY PLACE. HANDLE WI... [Read More]

Ashwaganda Root Tea  
Ashwaganda Root Tea - Celebration Herbals
          Also known as "Indian Ginseng" and "Winter Cherry," Ashwagandha is used extensively in Indian healing systems (Ayruvedia). It grows wild along the edges of rice patties and roadsides in many areas of India and is now cultivated in some parts of the United States. Medicinally, its effects are comparable to only a handful of the most potent herbs such as Asian Ginseng or Echinacea, but it is gentle ... [Read More]
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Chinese Green Tea  
Chinese Green Tea - Celebration Herbals
          Green Tea is celebrated as the original tea in China with its heritage dating back 5000 years. processing involves hand picking selected leaves, steaming, hand rolling, then roasting until they reach an acceptably low moisture content. This is a gentle, full bodied, satisfying, medium strength tea, neither harsh nor quick to go bitter.Ancient Chinese saying: "Better to be deprived of food for thre... [Read More]
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Bay Leaf Whole  
Bay Leaf Whole - Celebration Herbals
          Bay leaves are one of the elements of a classic Bouquet Garni, along with parsley and thyme. Traditionally, these herbs are combined in a wrap or cheesecloth, added to a dish, allowed to simmer, then lifted out at the end of cooking. Bringing together other flavours, giving them depth, and adding richness is what Bay leaves do best. Add them to fish dishes, meats, vegetables, soups, stews, marina... [Read More]

Celery Seed  
Celery Seed - Celebration Herbals
          Celery seed is used to flavour salad dressings, potato salad, tomato juice, vegetable dishes, and in pickling. As a rule, Celery seed can be used sparingly where celery would be used for flavour. These tiny, pleasantly flavoured seeds come from the wild celery plant that is native to the Mediterranean region - not the cultivated vegetable. They are very potent and often used (sparingly) to replace... [Read More]

Chives - Celebration Herbals
          Chives have a mild, sweet onion flavour with a hint of garlic. They are used often in traditional French cuisine. Great as a garnish, or complimenting potatoes, sea food, veal, creamy sauces, and eggs.

Ground Cinnamon  
Ground Cinnamon - Celebration Herbals
          Cinnamon is a small, tender evergreen tree native to Sri Lanka and southwest India. With a history of 5,000 years, it remains one of the world's most popular spices. A versatile spice used extensively in many exotic cuisines, Cinnamon compliments savory meals as well as desserts. It also enhances the flavor of vegetables and fruit.

White Onion Powder  
White Onion Powder - Celebration Herbals
          Onions make the perfect foundation for meats, poultry, soups, salads, and stews. Dried Onions release flavour more rapidly than freshly chopped Onions when added to a wet or oily recipe. A member of the lily family, Onions were used by both the Greeks and the Romans for medicinal purposes. Today they are one of the most popular and widely grown vegetables.

Orange Peel Granules  
Orange Peel Granules - Celebration Herbals
          Orange peel can be used wherever an orange flavour and aroma is desired. For other cooking, try adding directly to batter or mixing with equal parts water. Use in marinades, sauces, tea blends, cakes, custards, hot pastries, and cookies. As a special treat, fry orange peel with banana, pineapple, mango, and kiwi for an ice-cream or cake topping.

Parsley Flakes  
Parsley Flakes - Celebration Herbals
          An infamous French herb, Parsley's gentle flavour and ability to blend with the flavours around it make it a versatile herb. Use to season dips, salad dressings, stuffings, sauces, gravies, and potatoes. Parsley was cultivated as early as the third century BC. The Romans used Parsley as a garnish and flavouring. They put it on their tables and around their necks in the belief the leaves would abso... [Read More]

Curry Powder  
Curry Powder - Celebration Herbals
          A staple in Indian cooking, curry powder adds flavor to meats, rice, eggs, vegetables, sauces, dips, soups, and salad dressings. Season to taste. NO SALT ADDED! Ingredients: turmeric, coriander, paprika, cayenne, herbs and spices.

Dill Seed  
Dill Seed - Celebration Herbals
          Use dill seed to add flavor to potato salads, salad dressings, sauerkraut, soups, cabbage, and meat dishes. Using Dill seed in pickles the most famous culinary use is a 400 year old tradition. Dill weed and dill seed comes form the same plant. Dill weed comes from dried dill leaves and is milder in flavor than kill seed. Dill derives it's name from the old Norse word "dilla" meaning "to lull" as i... [Read More]

Angelica Root Tea  
Angelica Root Tea - Celebration Herbals
          Plague epidemics during the tenth century in France saw some of the first recorded uses of Angelica. Apparently, the secrets of this ancient herb were besttowed upon a monk by Archangel Raphiel, whom Angelica was later named after. All parts of Angelica can be eaten, but the roots are usually used in folk medicine; they make a good poultice, linament, or a powerful herb tea.
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Fennel Seed  
Fennel Seed - Celebration Herbals
          Fennel seeds taste like a softer, nuttier version of Anise, with a mild licorice flavour and aroma. A native of the Mediterranean, fennel is important to Mediterranean, Chinese, and Scandinavian cuisines.
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Garlic Powder  
Garlic Powder - Celebration Herbals
          Garlic's vibrant, onion taste is excellent in soups, salads, fish, poultry, meat, eggs, sauces, dressings, breads, grains, and vegetables. A small, pungent member of the onion family, Garlic is important in most of the world's cuisines and can be used to season anything except sweets.
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Thyme Leaf  
Thyme Leaf - Celebration Herbals
          Thyme is one of the Fines Herbs of French cuisine. Use in bouquet garni, soups, chowders, stuffings, fish dishes, tomatoes, vegetables, meat and poultry. A small, aromatic shrub, Thyme has been described as the most nearly perfect useful herb due to its ability to blend with many foods.
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Ground Turmeric Root  
Ground Turmeric Root - Celebration Herbals
          Turmeric is quite versatile. In North American cuisine, it is used to flavor artichokes, potatoes, tea, eggs, fish and pickled vegetables. Related to Ginger, Turmeric has a peculiar fragrant, bitter, acrid odor and rich color. It is used extensively in Indian food and curries.
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Bancha Green Tea  
Bancha Green Tea - Celebration Herbals
          Tasting literally of green leaves, Bancha tea has a medium vegetable flavour with a somewhat complex finish. It is very healthy and retains a naturally high polyphenol content. You may recognize the aroma and tasting experience of this tea from meals in fine sushi restaurants.
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Honeybush Tea  
Honeybush Tea - Celebration Herbals
          Popular for decades in South Africa, this tea derives its name from the scent of its beautiful yellow flowers and the taste of its tea. With a flavour of honey and apricots, this remarkable tasting tea can be improved only by adding the slightest touch of honey to accentuate its natural sweetness. Traditional methods of making Honeybush involve four characteristic processing steps: harvesting, cut... [Read More]
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Meadowsweet Tea  
Meadowsweet Tea - Celebration Herbals
          Also known as bridewort, meadowsweet is native to Europe but also found in North America, favouring wet locations and reaching a height of 6'. The small yellowish-white flowers were a favourite strewing herb of Queen Elizabeth and was frequently used for strewing at Church Weddings and for making into bridal garlands. Meadowsweet was first discovered as a medicinal herb in 1835 as a source for sal... [Read More]
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Tulsi Tea  
Tulsi Tea - Celebration Herbals
          Tulsi, also known as Holy Basil, is a multi-branched shrub with strongly scented green or purple leaves. It is an important symbol in the Hindu religion, where it is used in meditation and rituals. Tulsi is revered in Ayurvedic medicine for its various medicinal benefits and its tea is known as the "elixir of life." This powerful herb has only recently begun to gain popularity in the Western world... [Read More]

Turmeric Ginger Lemon Tea  
Turmeric Ginger Lemon Tea - Celebration Herbals
          Native to Southeast Asia, Turmeric is a popular spice which is cultivated throughout the tropics worldwide. It has a deep orange colour and peppery warm flavour. Turmeric was introduced into Europe by traders in the 13th century but has only recently gained popularity in Western cultures for both its flavour and medicinal benefits. This mildly spicy blend is so well balanced, that that you can"t e... [Read More]
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Yellowdock Root Tea  
Yellowdock Root Tea - Celebration Herbals
          Native to Europe, Yellowdock is a perennial that grows in fields and meadows that are common throughout the United States and Southern Canada. The long golden-hued tap root is cursed by farmers and proud home owners as a troublesome intruder, but praised by old time doctors, early settlers, and herbal practitioners. The greatest medicinal value comes from the yellowish spindle-shaped root. The tea... [Read More]