Consumer demand for culinary and wellness botanicals are on the rise. There are many advantages of our Eco-Pouch herbs and spices for you and your customers:
✔ Available in single pouches or save 5% when you buy a case of 6.
✔ Eco-friendly packaging made from recyclable materials with clog-resistant re-sealable zipper closure. Learn about how to recycle your Eco-Pouches under 'Additional Information' below.
✔ Safe, economical, and convenient alternative to bulk bins in retail stores.
✔ Pre-packaged bags make for easy grab-n-go purchases vs the time-consuming process of filling, sealing and labeling a bulk bin bag.
✔ Eco-Pouch bags are opaque to protect herbs and spices from light degradation.
✔ High quality assurance & ethical sourcing. No-ETO and Non-Irradiated.
Learn more about our Certified Organic Ashwagandha Root:
Ashwagandha Root with the Latin name of Withania somnifera, is a five foot tall deep-green leafed shrub that is in the solanaceae family. This plant family includes such well-known vegetables as tomatoes, potatoes and eggplant, along with flowers like petunias. Ashwagandha root has clusters of yellow flowers and produces red fruit the size of a berry. The roots can reach eight to twelve inches long, and this is the part of the plant that is primarily used as organic herbs.
Ashwagandha is a plant that is native to Africa, including Algeria, Egypt, Chad, Kenya, Zimbabwe, Swaziland; Asia with reference to Lebanon, Syria, Turkey, India; and Europe in terms of Greece, Italy and Spain. Withania somnifera thrive in the warm climates of all of these countries. Our bulk herbs suppliers for certified organic Ashwagandha root are from India. India has taken the lead in cultivating different varieties of Ashwagandha root, selecting those with larger roots and the ability to survive in less hospitable climates for development.
Although the root is the predominant part used of these herbs, the berries, leaves, and fruit are sometimes used as well.
Winter cherry, Indian ginseng
Not to be used during pregnancy.