Herberry-Aromatic and medicinal plants, wild and cultivated.


What is Herberry?

Herberry specializes in the cultivation and drying of aromatic and medicinal plants, wild or cultivated.

The cultivated gardens as well as the favorite picking places of the Herberry brand are at the meeting of 3 regions which are Auvergne, Burgundy and Center. Located south of the Cher, in the canton of Sancoins, in the charming little medieval village of Sagonne, Herberry offers around forty aromatic and medicinal plants. These Simples are taken from the Berry, Limousin and Auvergne groves or cultivated in our gardens, respecting the environment, in line with the specifications of Organic Agriculture and more.

Cultivation techniques remain on a human scale and favor production techniques that respect the integrity of the plant, the life of the Earth, natural rhythms and balance, excluding any synthetic chemicals at any stage of production.

Herberry FAQ (frequently asked questions).

1 - How many plants should I put for a cup?

For a 30cl mug, a good pinch of plant (one teaspoon) well crumbled. The more the plant is crumbled, the more flavor and active ingredient there will be in the water.

2 - How long should I let the plants infuse?

In general, 5 minutes of infusion is enough, but for certain plants such as chamomile, do not exceed 3 minutes as it will become bitter.

3 - Can I give it to children?

For children aged 5 to 10 years old the same dose as for an adult, but in a 1/2 cup which will be completed with water.

4 - How many cups can I drink per day?

For a cure, we recommend 3 herbal teas per day for 21 days. That's a maximum.

5 - How are your picking sites certified organic?

The GPS coordinates of the picking sites are sent to Ecocert who visits them, or we go there together.

All the information on the virtues of the simple herbal teas that you will find under the Herberry brand are taken from several recognized works and traditional knowledge:

“therapeutic plants” by Max Wichtl and Robert Anton,

"The Book of Good Herbs" - "The Book of Trees, Shrubs and Shrubs" - "The Companion Plant" by Pierre Lieutaghi,

“our grandmothers knew” by Jean Palaiseul,

“bio-indicator plants” by Gérard Ducerf,

“the summary of the history of common plants” by PJB Chomel,

“the path of herbs” by Thierry Thevenin.

These uses, medicinal or food, are based on traditional knowledge validated by their age... They in no way exclude the consultation of a doctor who will have the competence to establish a diagnosis and prescribe an appropriate treatment.

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