Wild-Harvested Herbs

We ethically harvest a limited number of medicinal and specialty botanicals. Our focus is on the wild-harvested herbs that are harder to find in the mainstream herb marketplace and that grow abundantly in Eastern Ontario. We process all of our botanicals to exacting standards, maximizing colour, potency and aroma. These are premium wild-harvested herbs.

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Product photo: Balsam Poplar (Balm of Gilead ) Buds, dried in a glass bowl.

Balsam Poplar Buds

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Populus balsamifera, also known as the Balm of Gilead.

The fragrant bud of the Balsam Poplar Tree is full of healing properties. They're a natural anti-inflammatory, anti-bacterial, and topical pain-reliever. These beautiful buds are prized by herbalists and home-remedy makers alike. We harvest our buds in the early spring in Eastern Ontario.  Learn More.

Myrica Gale

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also known as Sweet Gale, Bog Myrtle.

Myrica gale is beautiful aromatic with a long history as a flavour in traditional beers known as gruits. It's also been used as an incense and to treat skin conditions. We take pride in producing premium quality Sweet Gale, carefully monitoring the drying process to preserve the fragrance and colour of this beautiful plant.  Learn More.

A bowl of Japanese Knotweed powder on wooden table top

Japanese Knotweed

Polygonum cuspidatum. (Fallopia japonica, Polygonum japonica.)

We offer Japanese Knotweed powder and cut-and-sifted (chopped). Japanese Knotweed root is the primary medicinal in Stephen Buhner's herbal protocol for treating Lyme's Disease. Our Knotweed root is wild-harvested in the spring and late fall, when the root is at its most potent. Learn More.

Sweet Fern

Comptonia peregrina

Sweet Fern is a beautiful-smelling northern plant that's been used externally for sprains, bites, and Poison Ivy rash, as well as internally for diarrhea, vomiting and other stomach ailments.  Learn More.

Red Clover Tops

Trifolium pratense

Red Clover has been traditionally used as a blood tonic, for swollen glands and the lymphatic system more generally, to treat sputtery coughs, topically in creams and salves for eczema and in many other ways.  Learn More.

Raspberry leaf herb

Raspberry Leaf

Raspberry leaf's most famous traditional use is as a uterine tonic during pregnancy. It's also recommended in cases of excessive menstrual bleeding and cramping. More generally, it is viewed as a tonic and astringent for the smooth muscles of the body, and a help in maintaining connective tissue.

This is wild-harvested Raspberry Leaf from our own property, picked before flowering in the early summer. We pick it at its peak and dry it conscientiously to keep it vibrant and green and full of aroma and flavour. This is truly a premium botanical.  Learn More.


Our favourite use for Motherwort is to help alleviate anxiety. Among its other traditional uses, it's been employed as a heart tonic in cases of cardiac arrhythmia, as an emmenagogue and for difficult PMS, to treat hot flashes and mood swings in menopause, as a hormone balancer, and in thyroid conditions.

We cultivate our own Motherwort, harvesting the tops when the flowers are at their best.  Learn More.

 And More...

We harvest many other medicinal and edible botanicals throughout the year. Jewelweed, Spruce Tips, Yarrow, Yellow Dock, and Wood Sorrel Root are just some of the wild-harvested herbs we gather. If you're looking for premium, wild-harvested herbs as an alternative to the mainstream medicinals available to you, get in touch with us. We don't keep large quantities on hand, so order in-season (or well ahead!)


We harvest from pristine areas on private and crown land with a keen eye to sustainability. Our livelihoods depend on an ongoing relationship with these plants and their habitat. We're constantly learning and seeking out information on the most sustainable and responsible ways to gather and tend to the plants we use.