Two hundred years ago, when a young Henry Potter began selling natural products in Farringdon Street, London, he could not have imagined how many families would depend on the Potter’s range two centuries later. Today, his passion lives on and Potter’s products are crafted using 200 years of extensive knowledge and expertise of herbs and plants to produce products from one, or usually a blend, of plants carefully selected to promote natural wellbeing for the family. Potter’s Herbals – providing natural family care since 1812.
Ginger is among the healthiest spices on the planet. It is loaded with nutrients and bioactive compounds that have powerful benefits for the body and brain.
Clove oil is an essential oil derived from the clove plant, Syzgium aromaticum. The volatile oil, which contains around 85-90% eugenol is distilled from the unexpanded flower buds.
Cinnamon is a spice obtained from the inner bark of several tree species from the genus Cinnamomum.
The Echinacea species are herbaceous drought tolerant plants growing up to 140cm or 4 feet in height.
A slow growing perennial plant, and the roots, from which supplements are derived, are usually harvested when the plant is 5-6 years old.
Rosemary contains many active constituents including plant flavonoids. It is often used in infusions, tinctures and as an essential oil.
Ginkgo biloba, has been used for thousands of years and has been the subject of extensive modern research.
Wintergreen is a small bell-shaped shrub with round leathery leaves, aromatic when crushed and turning reddish in winter.
Bacopa monnieri is a member of the family Scrophulariaceae, (Sanskrit; Brahmi). It is a creeping annual plant found throughout the Indian subcontinent in wet, damp and marshy areas.
Slippery Elm is a gentle herb native to Central North America. The inner bark occurs in flat oblong pieces and contains mucilage which becomes a slick gel when mixed with water.
Senna is a proven and effective laxative. It works by interacting with the bacteria in the digestive tract, resulting in intestinal contractions.
Comfrey contains allantoin, a substance used on skin. It also contains other substances such as rosmarinic acid, and tannins which help keep skin in good condition.