Our Farm Homestead

Since 2010, our Farm Homestead has made a firm commitment to stand out in the field of organic herbal health by providing herbal botanicals 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… 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 organic ingredients acquired as locally as is possible in all our botanical products.

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 Farm Homestead is to be a companion to you on your homesteading journey.

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