Marshmallow Root (Althaea officinalis)
We know what you’re wondering – yes, it is totally possible to make artisanal marshmallows from the root of this namesake heritage plant (make sure you have superpowers with a whisk). But break out of the box and make something else with the mighty marshmallow while you’re at it! This special plant is good for more than just s’mores: impress your friends with a tea, cold brew, or other magic marshmallow concoction from the attics of your own witchy wisdom. Marshmallow root is a soothing, anti-inflammatory herb that can help with irritation of the throat, lungs and stomach. Oh yeah, and it balances gastric and intestinal mucous membranes.
Looking for more info? These herbs work so well that if we told you about them we couldn’t sell them to you (seriously, US laws are that crazy: we can teach or we can sell but not both!). Luckily Grandmother Google knows all.
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