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Lomatium Root
2020 Spring Harvest
$4 / oz

Sorry currently out of stock.  Next harvest is scheduled for Spring 2020. 
Custom Orders Only - please send us a message to place a custom order.

Botanical Name:  Lomatium dissectum
Common name:  Fernleaf Biscuitroot, Indian Consumption Plant
Family:  Apiaceae or Umbelliferae (carrot or parsley)
Reference Information: Lomatium Dissectum By Anna Stark and Medicinal Plants of the Pacific West by Michael Moore.

Lomatium Root is sustainably hand-harvested in rural Pacific Northwest during late spring through early fall.  Sustainable harvesting of the root. No pollution.  No pesticides. This root is cleaned, left to wilt for a few days, then sliced crosswise about 1/2 inch thick and finished drying in cardboard flats.  Stored in sealed jars.  Dried Lomatium Root will be shipped to you in paper sack container along with case sheet indicating harvesting details.

Please contact us to place an order or receive an estimated quote. 

Packages are shipped via USPS First Class or Priority (includes tracking & insurance) within 24-48 hours of order.   Local delivery available in the Seattle or Okanogan Valley areas.  Overnight or international shipping options / estimates also available.