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The Medicinal Herb Garden
was designed by MyPatriotSupply as a collection of natural herbs and flowers that are well known for their uses in herbal medicine.

The Medicinal Herb Garden
contains only the highest quality heirloom flower and herb seeds. They are 100% Non-GMO, open-pollinated and placed in specially sealed packets allowing for longer storage than is typically possible with herb seeds.

Our "competitors" sell similar products for as much as $79! They claim to give you a wide variety of
seeds - but then you find out you have tiny amounts of seed that won't even grow in your area. Beware of packages that don't clearly state seed count!



The Medicinal Herb Garden
comes with the following features:

  • Convenient resealable durable metal storage can
  • E-Z Lock resealable, reusable triple-layered foil seed packets
  • 10 different varieties of easy-to-grow plants!
  • Seeds are open pollinated and can be grown, harvested, and replanted endlessly
  • Dried & sealed airtight for longer seed shelf life
  • Varieties selected are zone-friendly to most all areas!

Your Medicinal Herb Garden
seed order comes with:

Echinacea – Purple Coneflower - 130+ Seeds/packet
Results of archeological digs indicate that Native Americans may have used echinacea for more than 400 years to treat infections and wounds and as a general "cure-all." Throughout history people have used echinacea to treat scarlet fever, syphilis, malaria, blood poisoning, and diphtheria. Although this herb was popular during the 18th and 19th centuries, its use began to decline in the United States after the introduction of antibiotics. Echinacea preparations became increasingly popular in Germany throughout the 20th century. In fact, most of the scientific research on echinacea has been conducted in Germany.

Several laboratory and animal studies suggest that echinacea contains active substances that enhance the activity of the immune system, relieve pain, reduce inflammation, and have hormonal, antiviral, and antioxidant effects. For this reason, professional herbalists may recommend echinacea to treat urinary tract infections, vaginal yeast (candida) infections, ear infections (also known as otitis media), athlete's foot, sinusitis, hay fever (also called allergic rhinitis), as well as slow-healing wounds.

Cayenne Long Red Thin Hot Pepper - 90+ Seeds/packet
Cayenne is most widely regarded as a circulatory stimulant said to strengthen the heart and blood vessels while promoting increased vitality.

Borage - 130+ Seeds/packet
Several parts of this plant are useful in the kitchen! Young leaves can be added to salads, and pretty blue flowers can be candied, used as a garnish, or added to drinks-- especially teas!

In modern herbalism, Borage is said to be effective against weak or diminished adrenal function, fevers, inflammation, sore and inflamed eyes, colds, bronchitis, chronic catarrh, congestion, pleurisy and fever.


Pleurisy Root - Asclepias Tuberosa - 50+ Seeds/packet
Some Native American legends tell of the roots being used as a body wash for lifting and running strength. Also used as a drug in chant lotion, and as a ceremonial emetic. Asclepias tuberosa has a long history of use as a valuable alternative medicine and is one of the most important of the indigenous American species. Butterfly Weed is used internally in the treatment of diarrhea, dysentery, chronic rheumatism, and as an expectorant. It has a specific action on the lungs, making it a valuable medicinal herb in all chest complaints and in the treatment of many lung diseases.

Urtica Dioicia - Nettle - 150+ Seeds/packet
Used in ancient times by the Romans for boosting leg circulation, the fibrous stalks were used to make a fine cloth. Nutritious, Nettle can be used as a substitute for greens when cooking and is nutrient dense with many vitamins and minerals.

Nettle tea has been used to treat asthma as well as for allergy and cold relief by the loosening of congestion. Regarded as a diuretic, Nettle helps maintain kidney health and function. It is also used in homeopathic treatments of anemia, menstrual relief and prostate health. In juiced form, Nettle is used as a natural bug spray!


Scutellaria Lateriflora - Mad-dog Skullcap - 50+ Seeds/packet
Herbalists claim it is an effective headache remedy, great for insomnia and both calms and strengthens the nervous system. Flowering tops of skullcap are used in daily teas as well as formulas for chronic conditions.

Called Mad-dog because the tea was once used as a folk remedy for rabies. Enjoy its numerous small blue flowers from July through September or put the leaves in a pillow to induce restful sleep.


Culver's Root - 200+ Seeds/packet
Historically Culver's Root has also been used as a tonic to treat liver and gallbladder disorders and to promote healthy bile flow.

Culver's root is a native North American plant that is well established in Native American herbal medicine. In the Southern U.S., it is still used extensively as a tonic for the stomach and a blood purifier and is known as Black Root. Culver's extract has also been used effectively for diarrhea, chronic constipation, indigestion, sallow complexion and dull frontal headaches.


Hyssopus officinalis - Hyssop - 150+ Seeds/packet
The bright blue flowers of this member of the mint family add lovely color to your herb garden! Leaves may be brewed into a tea with soothing and medicinal properties for colds, flu, sore throat, bruises, and burns.

It is also said to be effective as an expectorant and to promote improved circulation and digestion.


Lemon Balm - 400+ Seeds/packet
Lemon Balm is anti-viral, so the tea is great to drink if you’re feeling under the weather. The hot tea brings on a sweat that is good for relieving colds, flus and fevers and an anti-viral agent has been found that combats mumps, cold sores and other viruses. Lemon Balm might also help with Chronic Fatigue Syndrome and Shingles, due to the anti-viral action.

One of Lemon Balm’s key medicinal qualities is as a tranquilizer. It calms a nervous stomach, colic, or heart spasms. The leaves are reputed to also lower blood pressure. It is very gentle, although effective, so is often suggested for children and babies.


Lemon Balm tea has been shown to inhibit the division of tumor cells. It may also be beneficial to those with Grave’s disease-studies indicate that the herb slightly inhibits the thyroid-stimulating hormone and restricts Grave’s disease, a hyperthyroid condition.


Lemon Balm’s anti-histamine action is useful to treat eczema and headaches and accounts for the centuries old tradition of placing the fresh leaf on insect bites and wounds. A fomentation of Lemon Balm may also help reduce the swelling associated with gout.


Through research, Lemon Balm has clearly demonstrated the ability to impact the limbic system of the brain and “protect” the brain from the powerful stimuli of the body and should be part of any ADHD formula. It smells a lot better than Ritalin, too.


Catnip - 250+ Seeds/packet
Catnip is a vigorous growing mint loved by cats. It is brewed into a tea to treat colds, headaches, flu, and fever. Tea also has a relaxing effect on children. Plants grow up to 36” tall. Grayish green leaves have a strong mint-like flavor and may be harvested 75 to 85 days after sowing.

Dried, it is used as a stimulant for cats as well as an excellent tea to help you sleep.




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Save 20% compared to purchasing these medicinal herbs separately

The herbal information on this web site is intended for educational purposes only. It is not the intention of MyPatriotSupply to advise on health care. Please see a medical professional about health concerns you may have.

Disclaimer - These statements have not been evaluated by the FDA. The information on this web site is not intended to prevent, diagnose, treat, or cure any disease.

Considering the different things the FDA has given approval to lately, we are perfectly content NOT having their endorsement.





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Is it spring yet? September 21, 2014
Reviewer: melissa from Elyria, OH United States  
I cant wait to try these herbal remedies modern day medicine just dosnt work no more going to the old ways for helping my illness. thank you for getting me started on making sure the essential key herbs are in this package!

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Packaging was good September 19, 2014
Reviewer: Mike in Jax from jacksonville, FL  
I ordered Medicinal Garden seeds, additional seeds, and a 72 hour kit on 9/7 and received it in good order on 9/18.  Candidly, I did not expect it to take two weeks to arrive.  I'll plan my order differently next time.

The Medicinal Garden seed can and the contents were well packaged and had good readable labels.

I look forward to germinating the Fall crop and, in particular, the Borage for bees.  I read many good things about the quality of the seeds and the yield so I am cautiously optimistic they will perform well.  



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Packaging September 6, 2014
Reviewer: Debra Cole from Petersburg, AK United States  
I absolutely love the care and packaging you give your seeds.  I will let you know "how they grow" here in Petersburg. Thank you!

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old world medicine July 15, 2014
Reviewer: Eagle Hilton from North Bend, WA United States  
I have many books on natural medicinal herbs but now have the seeds to grow those medicinal plants naturally. modern society has all but forgotten that the earth provides every food and medicine you need, knowing natural medicine and being able to produce natures meds is invaluable.
TIP: find an old copy of a book called the Shepard's Purse, it is simple but very valuable and easy to follow

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Seed pack 2 June 26, 2014
Reviewer: Nicole Allen from Nashville, TN United States  
I love the variety and that you get so much in a compact storage container.

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