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Gaia Herbs

Since 1986, Gaia Herbs has been committed to growing certified organic herbs.

Located in the Blue Ridge Mountains of western North Carolina, the Gaia Herb Farm is one of the largest medicinal herb farms in the United States, with some 50 crops growing on 250 acres of certified organic river bottom soil.

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kara rane says …

beautiful~ heavenly~ lovely to visit Gaia Herbs farm, as I am sure Being there is healing.

Terri says …

How would I be able to visit your herbal organic farm? It seems like such a learning experience. Thank you

says …

@Terri In order to visit the Gaia Herb Farm I encourage you to reach out to them directly. Their contact information can be found at the below link. http://www.gaiaherbs.com/pages/detail/18/contact-us

Justin says …

Visited The Gaia factory and farm 6 or 7 times over the years. Often in combination with the Medicines of the Earth symposium in near by Black Mountain. It really is a remarkable place and amazing facility! Open, energetic, & peaceful all at the same time.

Jennifer H. says …

I grew up in and around the Brevard area, but moved away over 15 years ago. So proud to see something like this thriving in the area! Definitely plan to visit next time I'm able to make it back there.

Mary Bortel says …

I loved watching this video. It looks very tranquil there - definitely God's country. I have not tried your products, but I'm sure they're amazing. Good job - keep it up!

Carlo St. Juste Jr., L.Ac says …

Only one word can describe their farm...Amazing

G F Giddens says …

Just bought some herbs and eager to learn about the benefits.

Jan says …

I am so glad that Whole Foods provides Gaia Herbs for us here in Colorado. And thank you, Gaia Herbs, for growing so much for us so that the wild ones can survive!