BUILD YOUR OWN APOTHECARY

Build Your Own Apothecary
Build Your Own Apothecary
Build Your Own Apothecary
Build Your Own Apothecary
Build Your Own Apothecary
Build Your Own Apothecary
Build Your Own Apothecary
Build Your Own Apothecary
Build Your Own Apothecary
Build Your Own Apothecary
Build Your Own Apothecary
Build Your Own Apothecary
Build Your Own Apothecary
Build Your Own Apothecary
Build Your Own Apothecary
Build Your Own Apothecary
Build Your Own Apothecary
Build Your Own Apothecary
Build Your Own Apothecary
Build Your Own Apothecary
Build Your Own Apothecary
Build Your Own Apothecary
Build Your Own Apothecary
Build Your Own Apothecary
Build Your Own Apothecary
Build Your Own Apothecary
Build Your Own Apothecary

Build Your Own Apothecary

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Build Your Own Apothecary is a monthly loose-leaf tea subscription service, designed to help you learn & experience the healing power of herbal medicine from the comfort of your own home.


Our herbs are grown:

regeneratively
sustainably
with beyond-organic practices

(AND OH SO MUCH LOVE).


The BYOA monthly subscription includes:

  • 1 container of a hand selected, hand processed, and full-of-healing medicinal herb, delivered right to your door 1x per month

  • exclusive access to a digital publication with engaging educational content, storytelling, imagery, & usages of each herb

  • a private podcast with the farmer(s) who grew your herbs

  • a live medicine-making workshop each month


 
Our Story

The vision of helping you build your own apothecary has been a dream 2 years in the making, riding behind the question of:

"What if we lived in a world where we learned how to heal ourselves?"

Mother Earth and all her glorious plant wisdom provides us with everything we need to connect, heal, and integrate. 

Our hope is that we bring you not only the most medicinal and supportive teas grown regeneratively, sustainably, and BEYOND organic, but that we get to share the stories of those that grew it.

Through those stories we get in touch with the side of the story we once missed: that we must know where our herbs are grown, how the land is supported through the plants it grows, and the hands that grow them. 

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