For more than 25 years, we’ve been dedicated to wellness, farming and science. We are a family-owned and -operated herbal supplement company rooted in beautiful Central Oregon. We believe there’s no better place to grow, formulate and produce effective plant medicine for the whole family.
As certified organic and biodynamic farmers and manufacturers, we are proud stewards of the land, committed to sustainable business practices and regenerative agriculture. We take great care to grow, source and produce the highest quality herbal medicine for you.
Holistic medicine for the whole body.
Since the beginning of time on this beautiful planet, life has been stressful. Yet one simple, all-natural way of addressing our health and wellness has remained constant — whole plant medicine. Our formulas consider the whole body and deliver on synergistic plant medicine.
In the early 90s, Randy and Pam Buresh had a dream to naturally heal the body and the earth by growing and manufacturing organic herbal supplements. Randy’s background as a registered surgical nurse for over 20 years piqued his interest in traditional herbal medicine. A compassionate caregiver and farmer by nature, he was always in search of less invasive treatments for illness and health conditions. Randy’s youth spent working on his uncle’s farm planted the idea of stewarding the land by growing and procuring herbs. It became the perfect segue into starting an herbal supplement business.
We're all in this together.
Growing and manufacturing the finest herbal supplements is a daily reminder to care for the planet. Running a business has an environmental footprint.
Here’s what we’re doing to reduce our impact:
- Recycle all we can
- Minimizing plastic in our practices and landfill
100% post-consumer recycled paper for printed materials
- Less paper, more digital
- Save and replant seeds
- Nurture the soil and minimize erosion with cover crops
- Natural pollinators live a good life on over 10% of our farm
- Salmon-Safe Certified — ensuring urban and agricultural watersheds are clean enough for native salmon to spawn and thrive
- Responsibly source from growers and wildcrafters
- Testing methods that produce less waste
- Provide a workplace where employees can telecommute