Hilde Hemmes' Herbals has a FRESH NEW LOOK rolling out in stores over the next few months
Traditionally used in Western herbal medicine to support immune system health
Traditionally used in Western herbal medicine as a nerve tonic for the relief of nervous tension, anxiety, sleeplessness, irritability, nervousness, restlessness and insomnia.
Traditionally used in Western herbal medicine to relieve cough symptoms due to bronchial congestion and catarrh in the upper respiratory tract.
A potent antioxidant rich in flavonoids, specifically procyanidins, which are strong, free radical fighters considered to be 15 to 25 times more potent than vitamin E.
Trusted by generations, proven by time.
Discover the uses of this multipurpose liquid extract.
Born from a background and knowledge in herbs, Hilde Hemmes is the creative and inspirational energy behind her family-owned company, Herbal Supplies Pty Ltd. As Australia’s leading therapeutic herbal tea manufacturer, Hilde and her family take pride in being independent, competitive, flexible and fully-integrated, and their commitment to herbalism is still as strong as it was when the company was founded in 1985. Over the years Hilde has collected many rare, out-of-print books on herbs and their uses, and has discovered many valuable recipes and ancient formulae that may otherwise have been forgotten. She made a significant contribution to the Australian herbal industry as a pioneer of Swedish Bitters (a multi-purpose tonic) and the herb Epilobium parviflorum (also known as ProstaLobium®) for the relief of prostate enlargement. Hilde Hemmes’ herbal products satisfy the demands of today’s consumers who are well-informed and expect paramount quality standards. In recent years, the popularity of herbal medicine has become one of the fastest growing sectors of the complementary healthcare market and today it is a booming industry! At Herbal Supplies, we concentrate all our resources on what we know and love best – herbs!
You can confidently enjoy the efficacious benefits of our herbal range.