Dried Borage leaves. Borago officinalis.
Grown organically and regeneratively by one of the Meeting House Farm Collaborative Farms. Plants are dried immediately after harvest in an on-farm drying facility to maximize potency and preserve quality.
Are we out of stock? Our next harvest of Borage is in September/October.
In the Apothecary:
Preparations: Seed oil; infusion of leaf and flower; culinary.
Uses: Adrenal support. Use during pregnancy only under the guidance of a practitioner.
Herbal Action: demulcent, emollient, diuretic
From our Experience:
Borage in your tomato garden will keep horn worms at bay. It makes a lovely garnish for an evening cocktail or a special tea. When blending tisanes, Borage typically acts as a body herb adding a bit of sweetness and body to an herbal tea. Borage combines well with Tulsi, Milky Oats, Rose.