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Certified Organic Bulk Herbs

How do herbs become Certified as Organic? 

Certified Organic herbs are produced by farmers who put emphasis on the use of renewable resources and the conservation of soil and water to enhance environmental quality for future generations.  Organic herbs are produced without using most conventional pesticides; fertilizers made with synthetic ingredients or sewage sludge; bioengineering; or ionizing radiation.  Before a product can be labeled "organic," a Government-approved certifier inspects the farm where the herbs are grown to make sure the farmer is following all the rules necessary to meet USDA organic standards. 

Natural Does Not Represent Organic!

Natural and organic are not interchangeable.  Don't confuse these two terms  Only Herbs labeled "organic" have been certified as meeting USDA organic standards.

Why Purchase Certified Organic in Bulk?

Purchase in bulk will help save our landfills. Let's look at it this way through a small comparison of packaging.

Non Bulk Form  16 - 1 ounce bottles Bulk Form   16  ounces in one bag
16 plastic seal wrappings 1 recyclable air tight bag
16  1 ounce glass jars    ----0---
16 plastic or metal lids    ----0---
16 safety seals    ----0---

Certified Organic Herbs Help Small Farmers 
Although more and more large scale farms are making the conversion to organic practices, most organic farms are small independently owned and operated family farms of less than 100 acres. 
Better Flavor 
Why use organic herbs simple.....they taste better. Chef's use organic foods in their recipes, for obtain better flavor, better quality, and most of all better presentation.   Organic farming starts with the nutrients of the soil which eventually leads to the nourishment of the plant and ultimately our desire full flavored foods.

What forms are Certified Organic Bulk Herbs available in?

Certified Bulk Herbs are available in several forms.
Whole, which is the whole part of the plant which is being used.  Such as whole certified organic Burdock Root.  A large root which has not been sliced or chopped. Whole form are usually used in making of soups, tinctures, liquid extracts, and decoctions

Powder, which is the part of the plant being used, powdered into a fine powder; much like baking flour would be.  At times depending upon the plant, it may be the consistency of corn meal. Powders are usually put into empty capsules, and are money savings. 

Flakes, which is the part of the plant being used, shaped somewhat like a very thin cornflake. Usually Spirulina is in flake form. Flakes are usually used in cooking and in drinks, such as smoothies

Cut and Sift Form, which is the part of the plant being used cut into uniform size pieces.  The pieces can vary in size from 1/2 square cut pieces to 2 inches diagonal cut such as in licorice slices.

We offer several hundred certified organic herbs and spices. 
Our best sellers are:


Astragalus Root 

Bilberry whole

Burdock root



Hawthorn berries

Honeybush Tea

Pepper White Whole

Peppermint leaf