Organically grown herbs, tinctures, and healing salves.
"First the Word. Then the Plant. Lastly the Knife."
- Aesculapius, 1200 BCE
Since 2010, Our Herb Farm has made a firm commitment to stand out in the field of organic herbal health by providing herbs, dried herbs, and herbal extracts that are of consistently high quality. How do we stand apart? Why are our herbs exceptional quality? Because of the way we grow harvest, and process. We really grow our soil and our soil grows the herbs. We are diligent in our harvesting practices, choosing the time that essential oils in the herb are at their peak, when the accumulation of potency is concentrated in the root, etc... We offer you the fruit from the sweat of our brow, literally, the highest quality possible for your health and hard earned dollar.
100% of the herbs in our products are grown on our farm or carefully wild harvested from land around it. Located on the windy plains of Northeastern Oklahoma to the west of the Ozarks, an area naturally rich in prairie and woodland medicinal herbs, all of which are the strengths and backbone of our products. We never use ingredients tested on animals and endeavor to use ingredients acquired as locally as is possible.
We are not a large enough farm to produce the raw materials for some of our base oils and are careful to choose only the best organic cold-pressed oils for infusing our herbs into and creating our salves and other home-made herbal products.
Companion planting is about grouping plants together purposefully. Companion planting by definition is simply any plant that is planted next to another to enhance growth, beauty or flavor. Typically we see companion plants that do any number of supportive things for each other. They just make good companions.
The point of Our Herb Farm is to be a companion to you on your journey.
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Elevating the way we eat... getting out of unmindful personal and cultural habits of darkness and into the light of awareness is an essential part of healing ourselves.
"While choices should, of course, be well-informed and not solely based on ancientness and tradition, it is noteworthy that the first written records of herbal medicine appear on Sumerian clay tablets dated over 5,000 years old, and archaeological evidence suggests that medicinal plants were used as far back as 60,000 years ago. We're old friends, for sure. Quite simply, people and plants are meant for each other."
The larger question is why stay in the current health system? I dare you to read this book review and stay the same. Book Review: House of God
Henriette Kress, from Helsinki Finland, studied at the Michael Moore's South West School Of botanical Medicine and currently teaches, take gorgeous pictures, gives lectures and write articles says,
"As long as there is millions and billions to be made by pharmaceuticals, and as long as herbs cannot be patented, we are all in an uphill battle. But we can chip away at the knees of the pharamcogiants. Teach people to take care of their own health, pick their own herbs, make their own remedies.
"Our very humanness depends on them, and in return, they depend on us. Their out-breath is our in-breath, our exhale, their inhale."
~ Stephen Harrod Buhner
Custom-made tincture blends are available upon request.
With our own hands by the sweat of our brow.
From our garden or the surrounding prairie and woods.
The way a plant is harvested and processed matters. All our herbs are harvested at their own individual peak so the volatile oils and other constituents of the plant are their most potent.
Special note: This site is designed for your information. The products mentioned herein are not designed for diagnosis, treatment, or cure of any medical condition, though we hope you find them helpful in some way. Many uses are not accepted by the FDA, and not all uses have been scientifically validated. Please consult with your physician before changing or discontinuing any treatment or prescriptions you are currently using.