Oregon Grape Root, scientifically known as Mahonia aquifolium, is a perennial plant native to western North America. The cut and sifted form of Oregon Grape Root refers to the dried and processed roots of this plant, which are then cut into smaller pieces and sifted to remove any impurities. The cut and sifted Oregon Grape Root has a distinctive appearance with its woody and knobby roots. The pieces are typically small and uniform, making them convenient for various uses.
The cut and sifted form of Oregon Grape Root is commonly used to prepare herbal infusions or tinctures.
- Oregon Grape Root
- Cut & Sifted
- Mahonia aquifolium