Anise Pimpinella anisum Warming aromatic for digestion & as anti-rheumatic.
Cardomom Elettaria cardamomum Aromatic herb used for mucus & with sweets.
Cayenne Capsicum frutescens Circulatory stimulant, primary in Thomsonian medicine.
Chive Allium schoenoprasum Best fresh as a diaphoretic.
Cilantro Coriandrum sativum Cilantro for heavy metal detox. Coriander as digestant.
Cinnamon Cinnamomum spp. Warms the body & promotes circulation.
Clove Syzgium aromaticum Warming aromatic. Oil specific for toothache.
Cumin Cuminum cyminum A bitter aromatic used to promote digestion.
This little-known, though quite common, Ginseng seems to have been forgotten from medicine. Native Americans (Iroquois, Cherokee, and Ojibwa) used it; and Chinese reverence for Notoginseng and other Panax species besides the primary Panax ginseng (Chinese Ginseng, Asian Ginseng, Korean Ginseng, or just Ginseng) indicates that maybe we should pay attention to this little, transient (just 2 months above ground) herb.
Nathaniel Whitmore, herbalist