Oregon's Wild Harvest

This article was originally published in December 2015

Oregon's Wild Harvest

The herbal supplement company farms biodnamically for people and the planet.

Much as we think of our own bodies as comprised of essential organs, the biodynamic approach to farming also views farms as “organisms,” with various “organs” working in harmony.

Biodynamic farmers create biodiverse farms that rely little on outside inputs. Animals provide natural fertilizer, creating healthy soil that produces healthy crops. This self-sustaining cycle is the essence of biodynamic agriculture, which influenced the organic movement.

As a Demeter® Certified Biodynamic® farm since 2009, Oregon’s Wild Harvest believes everything is interconnected. Plants, animals and humans work together to restore and harmonize the vital life forces of the farm. “Think of it as sustainability on steroids,” says Oregon’s Wild Harvest’s cofounder Randy Buresh. “It’s above and beyond organic.”

Since 1994, Oregon’s Wild Harvest has been a certified organic herbal supplement company with a vigilant eye toward purity and potency. Evolving into biodynamic has been a logical step in its ongoing commitment to produce the best products for customers and the planet.

Biodynamic Herbal Tonics

Oregon’s Wild Harvest’s Biodynamic Herbal Tonics are made with 100-percent biodynamic ingredients. The alcohol comes from biodynamic grapes, not grains, so it’s less refined and more flavorful. “It’s the purest, unadulterated herbal supplement we’ve ever produced,” says Buresh. “Products have been formulated to address the effects of stress including adrenal health, digestive support, immune support and restful sleep just as nature intended.”

Take half a teaspoon by itself, or add to warm water for a kind of mild “tea.”

An Ayurvedic herb that has been used traditionally to promote adrenal balance, paving the way for good sleep so you can awaken feeling rested.

A traditional Chinese herb that helps support the body’s ability to respond to a wide range of attackers, yet gentle enough to take for long periods of time.

Rich in antioxidant and anti-inflammatory properties for healthy digestive and immune systems.

Helps improve mood and energy.

Happy Belly
Helps improve digestion. Good for stomach upset.

Holy Basil
An Ayurvedic herb used for centuries to relieve stress and support relaxation.

Nerve tonic to soothe stress and anxiety.

Aids in detox and memory improvement.

Supports restful sleep.

Learn more about biodynamic farming »

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