Herb Chart
(Sorted by Latin Plant Name)

Latin Plant Name Common Plant Name Energetics
Achillea Millefoliium Yarrow Cool and Dry
Agrimonia spp. Agrimony Cool and Dry
Achemilla vulagaris Lady's Mantle Cool and Dry
Allium sativum Garlic Very Hot and Dry
Aloe vera Aloe Cool and Moist (topically)
Althaea officinalis Marshmallow Cool and Moist
Angelica archangelica Angelica Warm and Dry
Arcticum lappa Burdock Cool and Dry
Artemisia vulgaris Mugwort Cold and Dry
Avena sativa Oats Warm and Moist
Borago officinalis Borage Cool and Moist
Calendula officinalis Calendula Slightly Cool and Dry
Capsella bursa-pastoris Shepherd's Purse Cool and Dry
Casicum frutescens Cayenne Pepper Very Hot and Dry
Cinnamomum spp. Cinnamon Very Hot and Neutral
Citrus spp. Orange Warm and Neutral
Commiphora molmol Myrrh Hot and Dry
Crataegus spp. Hawthorn Cool and Neutral
Dioscorea spp. Yam Neutral and Dry
Echinacea pupurea Echinacea Cold and Dry
Ephedra sinia Ma Huang Warm and Neutral
Equisetum spp. Horsetail Cold and Dry
Eucalyptus globulus Eucalyptus Cool and Moist
Eupatorium spp. Gravel Root Cool and Dry
Filipendula ulmaria Meadowsweet Cold and Dry
Foeniculum officinale Fennel Warm and Dry
Galium aparine Cleavers Cold and Dry
Gentiana spp. Gentian Cold and Dry
Gingko biloba Ginkgo Neutral and Dry
Glycyrrhiza spp. Licorice Warm and Moist
Humulus lupulus Hops  Cold and Dry
Hydratis canadensis Goldenseal Cold and Dry
Hypericum perforatum St John's Wort Cool and Dry
Hyssopus officinalis Hyssop Warm and Dry
Inula helenium Elelcampane Neutral and Neutral
Juglans spp. Walnut Warm and Dry
Juniperus communis Juniper Hot and Dry
Lavendula spp. Lavender Cool and Dry
Leonurus cardiaca Motherwort Cool and Dry
Lonicera spp. Honeysuckle Cold and Neutral
Matricaria recutita Chamomile Warm and Moist
Meissa oficinalis Lemon Balm Cold and Dry
Mentha pipperita Peppermint Cool and Dry
Morus nigra Mulberry Cold and Neutral
Myristica fragrans Nutmeg Warn and Neutral
Ocimum basilicum Basil Very Warm and Dry
Paeonia spp.  Peony Cold and Neutral
Panax Ginseng Ginseng Hot and Neutral
Phytolacca americana Polkroot Cool and Dry
Plantago major Plantain Cool and Dry
Prunella vulgaris Self Heal Cold and Dry
Rosmarinus officinalis Rosemary Warm and Dry
Rubus idaeus Raspberry Leaf Dry and Cool
Salix alba Willow Cool and Dry
Salvia officinalis Sage Cool and Dry
Sambucus nigra Elder Cool and Dry
Scutellaria lateriflora Skullcap Cold and Dry
Stachys officinalis Wood Betony Cool and Dry
Stellaria media Chickweed Cool and Moist
Symphytum officinale Comfrey Cool and Moist
Tanacetum parthenium Feverfew Warm and Dry
Tarazacum officinale Dandelion Cold and Neutral
Thymus vulgaris Thyme Warm and Dry
Trifolium pratense Red Clover Cool and Neutral
Tussilago farfara Coltsfoot Warm and Neutral
Urtica dioicia Stinging Nettle Cool and Dry
Vaccinium myrtillus Bilberry Cold and Dry
Valeriana officinalis Valerian Cool and Dry
Verbascum thaspsus Mullien Cool and Moist
Viburnum opulus Cramp Bark Cool and Dry
Viola oderata Sweet Violet Cool and Moist
Zingiber officinalis Ginger Hot and Dry
The material in this section is provided for educational purposes only. Consult your own physician regarding the use of any herbs with respect to your symptoms or medical condition. Never attempt to self-diagnose and treat. It is the responsibility of a licensed health care practitioner to determine best dosages and treatment. The study of medicinal herbs is an ever-changing body of knowledge. Readers are encouraged to consult referenced material for the latest scientific evidence regarding herbal actions.