Despite our short growing season June through October, we produce over 30 unique botanicals on our certified organic herb farm in East Calais, Vermont. We may experience drought, flooding, weed pressure and labor shortage, among other seasonal challenges. But we are passionate about growing and work hard to preserve the integrity of each individual botanical through every step of the process. With the exception of a few herbs we are thrilled for the ability to continually grow, harvest, dry, cut and sift the highest quality herbs on our farm.
Botanical Name: Agastache foeniculum Invigorating to the mind and spirit, this magical herb is neither anise nor hyssop, but a member of the mint family. Anise hyssop is native to North America and has historically been appreciated for its incredible...View full product details
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Botanical Name: Matricaria recutita This herb is very gentle and known for its calming effects. Surprisingly, German chamomile grows very well for us in varied climates (both wet and very dry seasons). Traditionally, this herb has been considered a “cure-all.” In...View full product details
NOW IN HERB POWDER! Botanical Name: Echinacea purpurea This bright and resilient herbaceous plant is believed to be native to the Southeast U.S. before it made its way East in the late 1960s. The nickname is purple coneflower, and the radiant...View full product details
NOW IN POWDER FORM! Botanical Name: Hyssopus officinalis The origin of the word hyssop comes from the Hebrew word ezob, which means “holy herb,” and was often hung in homes and on graves for spiritual protection. A field of hyssop is...View full product details
NOW IN POWDER FORM! Botanical Name: Melissa officinalis Traditionally appreciated for its use as a culinary and cosmetic herb, lemon balm can be added to food for a citric lift or into hot water as a facial steam. The herb is...View full product details
NOW IN POWDER FORM! Botanical Name: Artemisia vulgaris Much folklore surrounds this dreamy plant. The herb has been used as a flavor addition for food and beverages for many years, and even used to replace hops as a preservative in beer....View full product details
NOW IN POWDER FORM! Botanical Name: Urtica dioica Stinging nettle is traditionally known to strengthen and support the body’s natural processes. The fresh herb can be used topically through self-flagellation stinging the skin around an affected joint, and also to improve...View full product details
NOW IN POWDER FORM! Botanical Name: Avena sativa Oat is often used in combination with other nervine supporting herbs, whether relaxing or stimulating, to strengthen the entire nervous system. Oats are part of the grass family. Oatstraw is a highly nutritive...View full product details
NOW IN POWDER FORM! Botanical Name: Mentha x piperita Studies have shown the herb’s great potential in balancing bacteria growth, supporting respiratory health, and cooling the body when applied topically. Peppermint cultivation and oil production began in the United States in...View full product details
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NOW IN POWDER FORM! Botanical Name: Plantago lanceolata Although today plantain is often considered a weed, historically American Indians used the herb topically in poultice form on stings and bites and made tea for kidney ailments. Plantain is native to Europe and...View full product details
NOW IN POWDER FORM! Botanical Name: Scutellaria lateriflora Skullcap is known to soothe nervous tension and renew and revive the nervous system as a whole. The herb is traditionally utilized to balance feelings of irritability, exhaustion and distress. Skullcap gets its...View full product details
NOW IN BOTANICAL FORM! Botanical Name: Mentha x spicata Studies have shown spearmint’s great potential in balancing bacteria growth, supporting respiratory health and cooling applications. Spearmint is a perennial and spreads via underground rhizomes. The herb is very versatile, tolerating wet...View full product details
NOW IN POWDER FORM! Botanical Name: Acmella oleraceaView full product details
NOW IN POWDER FORM! Botanical Name: Ocimum x africanum Tulsi is traditionally appreciated to both promote calm and energize the mind and body through its adaptogenic qualities. Adaptogenic herbs help us adapt to stress and are non-specific, normalizing and considered non-toxic. Adaptogens...View full product details
NOW IN POWDER FORM! Botanical Name: Achillea millefolium Traditionally incorporated into skincare products and herbal teas, yarrow is considered a common weed with fragrant white or pink flowers. The aerial portions of the herb are known to support healthy blood flow...View full product details
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