5 Bulk Herbs That Are Cheaper Than Amazon Prices

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We know cost is an issue, and we want to provide you with high-quality herbs that are accesible to everyone. That’s why we have over 250 bulk herbs available. Most herbal supplements found on Amazon and other stores aren’t tested for purity. At Spirit of Health, we like to uphold ourselves to a high standard and ensure that every herb is third-party tested for purity. All of our herbs are 100% pure and either organic or wildcrafted to give you the highest quality possible with the most potent healing properties. Unlike most supplements found in stores, our herbs never contain GMOs or fillers. We also take into consideration the manufacturing process. Our herbs are never exposed to radiation, never fumigated, and never exposed to toxic flowing agents (and yes, unfortunately, other herb companies do these processes on their products all the time). This means our herbs are free of chemicals, fillers, and any additives, keeping their healing properties intact. If we wouldn’t feed it to our own family, you can trust we won’t feed it to yours.

To help you save money, we did a comparison to show the best price and the best source. We took 5 popular herbs from Amazon and compared their cheapest products (keep in mind that these aren’t high-quality herbs) to our organic and wildcrafted bulk herbs. Read on to learn about the benefits of these herbs and how you can save money buying in bulk.


Maca is a complete protein and considered an adaptogenic superfood. It has numerous health benefits, including increased energy levels, stamina, sexual function, and athletic performance. It's also known to help balance hormone levels and decrease stress levels as it helps to support the endocrine system.

-Amazon: $3.18 per oz (this includes capsules and bottle weight)

-Spirit of Health: $1.74 per oz (this is 1 oz of pure herbal powder)



Turmeric is a powerful herb for fighting disease and a fantastic remedy for common ailments. It contains a healing compound called Curcumin. The anti-inflammatory and antioxidant properties help fight inflammation and treat skin conditions. It's also used to relieve pain from arthritis and even treat certain cancers.

-Amazon: $5.41 per oz (this includes capsules and bottle weight) or $7.58 for a 15 day supply

-Spirit of Health: $1.74 per oz (this is 1 oz of pure herbal powder) or $6.98 for a 24 day supply


Vitamin C - Amla Berry

Vitamin C is an essential vitamin with a powerful impact on health. It's rich in disease-fighting antioxidants and is used to promote healthy skin, immunity, heart health, and brain function. Amla Berry Powder is used for vitamin C. It’s derived from a potent fruit native to Southeast Asia and is considered a superfood with numerous health benefits. The herb supports a healthy liver, hair and skin, and cognitive function. It also has the ability to prevent constipation, reduce inflammation, and enhance digestive health.

-Amazon: Vitamin C $1.90 per oz (this includes capsules and bottle weight)

-Spirit of Health: Amla Berry Powder $1.90 per oz (1 oz of pure herbal powder used for vitamin C)



Ginkgo is an ancient plant extract used to heal many health ailments. It has anti-inflammatory and antioxidant properties. Some of its benefits include improved cognitive function, mood, and memory. It also can reduce symptoms related to chronic diseases like asthma, ADHD, and dementia.

-Amazon: $9.08 per oz (this includes capsules and bottle weight)

-Spirit of Health: $2.22 per oz (this is 1 oz of pure herbal powder)


Siberian Ginseng

Siberian Ginseng Root is one of the greatest herbs for the endocrine glands. Siberian Ginseng is a powerful adaptogenic herb for physical, emotional, and mental strength. It helps strengthen the adrenal glands and boost overall function.

-Amazon: $2.47 per oz (this includes capsules and bottle weight)

-Spirit of Health: $1.58 per oz (this is 1 oz of pure herbal powder)


*Prices on Amazon change frequently and could be different when you read this article. These were the lowest prices for each product we were comparing on Amazon at the time this article was written.