|Please note that all the photographs in this section are representations of the living herbs from which the dried material is derived. The process of harvesting, drying and cutting the leaves, flowers, roots etc., naturally changes their colour and form, while retaining and, in some cases, even enhancing their bioactive properties.
Dried flowers and seeds also make a lovely decoration
|for home-made soap (see Decoration), while some dried seeds are great as an ingredient of scrubs (see Scrubs). Most dried herbs, flowers and seeds have a wonderful scent an an be combined with each other together with powdered orris root to make 100% natural pot pourri.|
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