Spilanthes Seeds (Spilanthes Oleracea)
The toothache plant is a perennial that is commonly used to treat toothaches along with other mouth, throat, and gum conditions. The leaves and flowers can be chewed to have a mildly anesthetizing effect. This medicinal herb also has anti-bacterial and anti-fungal properties, and it enhances the immune system. The leaves can be eaten raw and taste good in salads.
Approx. 100 Seeds Included
Start seeds in flats about 6 weeks before the last frost. Sow 1/4″ deep, and transplant to individual containers when the seedlings are large enough to handle. Transplant outside in the spring after the last frost. Direct seed: In the spring, direct seed 1/4″ deep as soon as the soil can be worked and after the last frost. Place 4-6 seeds together every 6″ or sow about one seed per inch. Thin to one plant (or a clump of 2-3 seedlings) every 6-12″ when seedlings are a couple of inches tall.