Hydrangea Root, Ethically Wild-Harvested
- A product of Mortar and Petal by CynCraft
- Wildharvested, Kosher
- Uses: Tea, Tincture, Encapsulated, Incense, Potpourri, Ritual
Hydrangea Root, or Hydrangea Arborescens, is also known as Seven Barks, Wild Hydrangea.
This popular ornamental has shown up in the fossil record as far back as 70 million years ago in North America, and in Asia as far back as 25 million years ago. It grows near water, hence its name. Although the foliage is beautiful, the roots are the part most often used.