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Spilanthes Herb

This one is creating quite a buzz. Unearth the extraordinary with our organically grown dried Spilanthes (Acmella Oleracea) – a captivating botanical treasure cultivated here on our organic herb farm. Known as the "Toothache Plant," for its distinctive tingling effect, each flower reflects the care and dedication we put into cultivating nature's bounty. A cornerstone of traditional herbal practices, Spilanthes has been celebrated across cultures for its potential to invigorate the senses and promote well-being. Grown without synthetic pesticides or chemicals on our organic herb farm, our Spilanthes retains its natural purity. Experience the unique tingling sensation that has earned Spilanthes its popular nickname, offering a truly sensory experience. Use these dried flowers in various applications, from teas and tinctures to culinary creations and DIY remedies.


Suggested Uses:


**Herbal Infusion:** Steep a handful of dried Spilanthes petals in hot water for a revitalizing herbal tea that engages your senses.


**Culinary Adventure:** Embark on culinary experiments by incorporating dried Spilanthes into soups, salads, and dishes to add a tangy twist.


**DIY Creations:** Craft your own tinctures, mouth rinses, and herbal formulations with the essence of Spilanthes.


Creating a Spilanthes throat spray can be a wonderful way to harness the potential soothing and tingling effects of this herb. Here's a simple recipe for making a Spilanthes throat spray:


Heffa's Anti-Dusty Throat Spray Recipe



- 1/4 cup dried organic Spilanthes flowers or leaves

-1/4 cup dried organic peppermint leaves

- 1 cup distilled water

- 1 tablespoon vegetable glycerin

- 1/4 teaspoon sea salt (non-iodized)

- Amber glass spray bottle (2-ounce size)




1. Prepare the Spilanthes Infusion:

   - Boil 1 cup of distilled water and let it cool slightly.

   - Place the dried Spilanthes flowers or leaves and peppermint in a heatproof container.

   - Pour the hot water over the Spilanthes and peppermint and steep for about 15-20 minutes, allowing the herbs to release their beneficial properties.


2. Strain the Infusion:

   - Use a fine mesh strainer or cheesecloth to strain the liquid from the steeped plant material.

   - Press gently to extract as much liquid as possible.


3. Mix the Throat Spray:

   - In a small glass bowl, combine the Spilanthes and peppermint infusion with the vegetable glycerin.

   - Add the sea salt and stir well until everything is thoroughly mixed.


4. Transfer to Spray Bottle:

   - Using a funnel, carefully pour the mixture into the amber glass spray bottle.


6. Label and Store:

   - Label the spray bottle with the product name and usage instructions.

   - Store the spray bottle in a cool, dark place to maintain the potency of the ingredients.




- Shake the bottle well before each use to ensure even distribution of the ingredients.

- Spray directly into the back of the throat as needed for soothing relief.

- Allow the unique tingling sensation of Spilanthes and calming essence of the peppermint to take effect.

- Use the spray several times a day or as desired.


Please note that individual sensitivities can vary, and it's a good practice to do a patch test before using the spray extensively. Additionally, if you have any underlying health conditions or are pregnant or nursing, it's recommended to consult a healthcare professional before using herbal remedies like this throat spray.


Disclaimer:  Information shared on this site is for educational purposes. The information provided is not intended to be a substitute for medical treatment or advice. Please consult your medical care provider before using herbal medicine, particularly if you have a known medical condition or if you are pregnant or nursing. Although we do our best to provide accurate and useful information, you are responsible to research and verify information before relying on it. We are medicinal plant and herbs farmers, herbalists, and tea blenders. We are not licensed or registered healthcare practitioners.  We are also believers in the safety and efficacy of botanical medicine.


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