Primula veris
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Wholesale dried Cowslip Flowers

Primula veris

Forever synonymous with Spring, Cowslip Flowers were traditionally harvested on May Day to decorate garlands.

Thanks to their resemblance to keys, these pretty, yellow flowers have also been called St Peter’s Keys or Keys Of Heaven and were said to grow where St Peter dropped the Key of Earth. Mythology aside, this meadow-dwelling plant also holds its own in the world of alternative remedies.

 

 You can order your Cowslip Flowers wholesale from Joseph Flach & Sons.

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Cowslip Flowers’ uses

A HELPFUL HEALER

Through the ages, Cowslip Leaves were frequently used to help treat insomnia and sleeping problems as it was believed to have sedative qualities. The Cowslip Flowers were a common remedy dished out to help soothe coughs, although they have somewhat milder sedative action too.

Today Cowslip Flowers can be made into a tea, tincture, ointment or cream. It is believed to contain chemicals that can help loosen and thin out mucus, so it is commonly used to help treat blocked noses and sore throats, as well as bronchitis.

A COOKING COMPANION

While the leaves of the Cowslip plant are commonly used in traditional Spanish dishes, in England the flowers have a history of being used to flavour country wine. Cowslip Wine is brewed from ‘peeps’ – the yellow petal rings – combined with sugar, lemon rind, lemon juice, water and yeast.

The resulting brew was often given to children as medicine and was believed to have impressive sedative qualities. However, with Cowslip Flowers on the decline in England and each batch of wine requiring a gallon of peeps (or hundreds of flowers) this delicacy has become rarer.

JOSEPH FLACH & SONS: HERE WHEN YOU NEED US

If you need large quantities of raw botanicals, Joseph Flach & Sons can help. We stock over 600 high-class ingredients used in manufacturing, medicine, animal care and the brewing industry. Our range encompasses botanicals, herbs, spices, oils, tinctures and other compounds, and we work with only the very best growers across the globe.

 

WE OFFER COWSLIP FLOWERS IN THE FOLLOWING FORMS:

●  Cowslip Flowers – Botanical name: Primula veris

 

Please note that many botanicals come in different forms and grades which may determine or improve their suitability for specific applications. At Joseph Flach & Sons, we carry a broad range of products in many of these  various forms and grades. Please do check with our experts if you require a specific grade or form and they will be delighted to help you.

Disclaimer

All of our content is researched and reviewed by our experts. While we, Joseph Flach & Sons Ltd, do not make use of our products for health, beauty or other recreations such as brewing or distilling; our clients do. Please ensure that any products you buy from us are suitable and safe to use in your stock. We do not accept liability around the suitability of our products in any end-use.

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