Sweet Woodruff is native to northern and central Europe, Siberia and northern Africa, but now cultivated in North America. This aromatic herb soothes nervousness, and restlessness and occasional sleeplessness.
Woodruff has been used since the Middle Ages both for culinary and medicinal purposes. The leaves were added to flavor wines, liquors, cakes, and fruit salads. In other applications, Woodruff was and still is used in potpourris and sachets. The dried leaves have the scent of new-mown hay, vanilla and honey. COMMON NAMES: Master Of The Woods, Sweet Woodruff, Waldmeister, Woodruff, Galium odoratum.
As an addition to the diet, take 1 or 2 capsules three times daily with water at mealtime.
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|PHC Lot Number||Product Name||Botanical Name||Country of Origin|
|18011AG||Woodruff Herb||Asperula odorata||Croatia|
|17275AG||Woodruff Herb||Asperula odorata||Albania|
|16309AG||Woodruff Herb||Asperula odorata||Croatia|
|15288AG||Woodruff Herb||Galium odoratum (L.) SCOP.||Poland|
|14356AG||Woodruff Herb||Asperula odorata||Bulgaria|
|14073AG||Woodruff Herb||Asperula odorata||Croatia|
|11076AG||Woodruff Herb||Asperula odorata||Macedonia|
|SF111607||Woodruff Herb||Asperula odorata||Bulgaria|
|SF071706||Woodruff Herb||Asperula odorata|
|SF||Woodruff Herb||Asperula odorata|
|HB100197||Woodruff Herb||Asperula odorata|
|SF092497||Woodruff Herb||Asperula odorata|