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The botanicals used for infusions are native wild plants that grow in the meadows, valley and forest of the acreage here in North Kawartha, Ontario, Canada. 



Growing naturally on the Meadow and Forest homestead:

Aster, Daisies, Black Eyed Susans, Bladder Campion, Blueberries, Columbine, Dandelion, Deptford Pink, Clover (Red, White and Sweet Yellow), Devil's Paint Brush, Evening Primrose, Heal All, Juniper, Milkweed, Nettle, Periwinkle, Phlox, Plantain, Wild Rose (Rosehips), Saint John's Wort, Staghorn Sumac, Strawberries, Viper's Bugloss, Yarrow and more

White Pine, Cedar, Birch, Balsam Fir, Sugar Maple, Crab Apple and more


Patiently grown in the garden:
Arnica, Basil, Chamomile, Comfrey, Echinacea, Lavender, Mint, Rosemary, Sage


 Other ingredients are sourced from Canada when possible (for example beet powder is used, as opposed to Alkanet powder, as it's grown here). The few ingredients not Native to Canada are from the Southern United States and Mexico. Coconut oil and Shea butter are among the very few ingredients sourced from overseas. Most of the ingredients are also organic.



No artificial dyes or micas, no fragrance oils. Just pure and simple, small batch, homestead harvested, handmade infused goodness! 

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