Evergreen Herbs Blog

What are the Benefits of Guaje Cirial?
May 05, 2023
Used for centuries by the indigenous populations of Mexico, Guaje Cirial has been known to help people with many different diseases and ailments. In addition to its medical benefits, Guaje Cirial offers practical benefits. Its bark can be used to make paper and cloth.
What are the benefits of Palo Azul?
Nov 21, 2022
Palo Azul’s benefits are many and varied, making it an excellent choice for those looking to improve their health. These health benefits are attributed to the fact that it contains active ingredients saponins, alkaloids, tannins, and flavonoids. These compounds are known for their diuretic, anti-inflammatory, antioxidant, and antimicrobial properties, which is why the health benefits of this herb are so wide-ranging.
The Health Benefits of Cuachalalate
Nov 09, 2022
Cuachalalate is a diverse and powerful supplement that can help you achieve your health goals by boosting your immune system, aiding with digestive issues, and managing inflammation.
Raw Sea Moss being held in a human hand
Aug 29, 2022
Sea moss packs a nutrient-rich punch, containing 92 of the 102 nutrients the body needs to function effectively. Sea moss delivers numerous benefits to your body’s overall health, including an excellent source of calcium, vitamin B6, vitamin C, iodine, and magnesium
Evergreen Herbs New Products
May 10, 2022
In nature, spring brings new growth and life. This year at Evergreen Herbs, it also brings new products for culinary and wellness remedies! As your one-stop shop for rare herbs, we are constantly increasing our selection. We are excited to begin offering sarsaparilla powder (a first in our store) and avocado leaf powder (a new ground form of whole avocado leaf).
Top 5 Benefits of Mugwort (Estafiate)
Sep 16, 2021
This dark green, leafy herb typically grows between 3 and 6 feet tall and has a pretty purple stem. Its botanical name is Artemisia vulgaris, and it’s a perennial member of the daisy family that is native to Asia, North America, and North Europe. It’s been used for centuries for everything from digestive disorders to beer-making, insect repellent, and more. We’ve rounded up the top 5 reported benefits of using mugwort and, as with all things herbal, please consult your physician before you incorporate mugwort into your wellness routine.