Profile: Yerba Santa means "holy herb" in Spanish; Spanish missionaries named it for its healing properties. Eriodictyon californicum is native to the Southwest and Mexico. It's an evergreen, aromatic shrub whose leaves have been utilized for ages. Yerba santa leaf can be infused as tea, used in honeys and syrups, or steeped in bath water for a herbal soak.
Yerba santa is a southern American evergreen. Yerba santa tastes good, unlike many astringent herbs. It's used to flavor meals and add flavor to herbal syrups. Spanish priests named it "holy herb" for its benefits. Hydrophyllaceae includes Yerba Santa. Resins must be dissolved by steeping for at least 30 minutes. Usually a tincture.
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|Shelf Life:||2 Years.|
|Handling / Storage:||Store in a airtight Food Storage Containers, cool, dry place.|
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