Frequently Asked Questions

Why do your products sell out?

As plant medicine makers, we try our hardest to use plants/weeds/herbs that grow on our land, or ones we can locally forage sustainably. With that being said, living in Northern New Jersey sometimes poses that to be difficult. Click here to read more about our product making process.

Do you have a storefront?

Our retail store will be opening in mid-October!!! 

612 Newark-Pompton Turnpike Pompton Plains, NJ 07444

Do you offer local pickup?

Yes, absolutely. Local Pick Up is an option at checkout. If you want to save on shipping and pick up your order in North Haledon, NJ please choose "local pick up" and we'll send over and email to set up a day/time for your pick up. 

Are all of your products organic?

No. We grow a lot of our herbs/plants ourselves and we are not USDA Certified Organic but we do follow organic practices. We do not use any type of pesticide or herbicide on our land. We also locally forage sustainably. For any plants/products we do purchase, they are organic.

Do you ship internationally?

At this time, we do not ship internationally.

How much elderberry do you suggest I take?

We suggest for adults: 1 tbsp daily for prevention & 2-3 tbsp daily if sick and for children over the age of one, 1 tsp daily for prevention & 2-3 tsp daily if sick.

Can my newborn take your elderberry syrup?

Our elderberry syrup is made with raw honey. Honey is not suggested for children under the age of one. 

Do you sell in any retail stores or markets?

We do! We sell our products in:

Market House - Westwood, NJ

The Local Line - Red Bank, NJ

Morgan’s Farm & Museum - Cedar Grove, NJ

Abma's Farm - Wyckoff, NJ 

Couer et Sol Urban Farm - East Orange, NJ

Buttonwood Farm - Mendham, NJ 


Are you interested in selling your products in other retail stores/markets?

Yes! We are always looking for new opportunities to share our products. Please contact us via our Contact Us Page

Do you grow everything?

No. There are certain plants we use that do not grow in the Northeast of the United States. We also forage wild plants locally.