I am often asked for recommendations on where to get the various products and services we write about here on the blog, so I have put together a few lists of recommended resources. This page does contain affiliate links, but please know that every product I recommend and every store I promote, I actively use myself, and should they give me reason to not continue to recommend them, I will remove them from the list.
I will add to these lists as I come across new resources.
Essential Oils, Herbs, Carrier Oils, Hydrosols, Clay
Mountain Rose Herbs
Started by herbalist Rosemary Gladstar in 1987. A zero waste, fair trade, sustainable company that supports organic agriculture. Huge selection of organic, natural ingredients and related supplies, great customer service and prices. Lots of herbs, carrier oils, therapeutic grade, organic essential oils and hydrosols as well as spices, tea, extracts and tinctures, etc. Offer bulk discounts.
Natures Gift – Woman-owned small business, wonderful hand selected, mostly organic, therapeutic grade essential oils, hydrosols, carrier oils etc. Great customer service too!
Wild Health Shop (UK) – Caroline Ingraham’s store. Essential oils, carrier oils, dried herbs, hydrosols, etc. Ships worldwide.
Bach Flower Essences – Drugstore.com, Vitacost, iHerb
Australian Bush Flower Essences – Amazon
Californian Flower Essences (FES) – FES online store, Vitacost, iHerb
Alaskan Essences – Alaskan Essences online store
Bach and Californian Flower Essences, Homeopathic Remedies & Cell Salts
Lots of natural health products. They have an ever-expanding selection and usually carry many of the Bach flower remedies, Hyland’s and Boiron homeopathic remedies and cell salts.
Like a natural version of drugstore.com with personal care, health and home products. Also carry grocery items. Very good prices (things here usually cost less than everywhere else). Usually have a larger selection of Bach flower and Hyland’s remedies and cell salts than Drugstore.com. Also carry Californian flower essences (FES).
Very similar to Vitacost. If I can’t find something at Vitacost, I look at iHerb, and vice versa.