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The Herb Stop was founded in 1992 by Leilah, Swiss Pharma-Assistant and Master Herbalist. Starting in a small 300 square foot store in Arizona, our herb store quickly expanded into a larger location to accommodate in-depth Herb Stop Certification…

Natural Hope Herbals started in 2010 with the inspiration and teaching from herbalist and author Rachel Weaver. From day one our goal has been to provide the quality herbal products, while keeping our prices very reasonable. Located in the beautiful…

Sedona Tea Blends is dedicated to preserving the wildness of nature and bringing awareness to the earth as a living, breathing, sentient being. Our intent is to offer a synergistic experience that captures the deliciously rich flavors of our organic…

Red Rock Ranch and Farms LLC, located in Concho, Arizona, grows several different varieties including Provence, Grosso, Royal Velvet, Buena Vista, Vera, and Munstead. In addition to the plants in the ground, the lavender farm has lavender plants in…

PhiBee Aromatics is a family run business (named after our girls), born out of our love and passion for the native plant world. Clare began studying medicinal herbs in 1987 and has completed a 235-hour AIA and NAHA approved Aromatherapy…

Phoenix, Arizona-based True Garden is the premier vertical aeroponic food farm in the Southwest U.S. This first-of-its-kind facility, operated by solar power, was designed in partnership with Future Growing LLC with a vision to drastically reduce…

I was raised on a farm in the Ozark Hills of Missouri, in a beautiful valley. The Ozark region is one of the richest botanical regions in the world. Many of the most effective and popular herbs growing there are in their natural state. My father…

About Arizona Cactus Ranch Arizona Cactus Ranch is a 100 year old cattle ranch that now concentrates on selling natural prickly pear products and mesquite products. Arizona Cactus Ranch began in 1991. It is located on forty square miles of desert…