We are a small owner/operator family business built around Integrity, Education and Empowerment, igniting personal and spiritual growth through adventure, healthy life-style choices and sustainable practices.
The way of Herbs is an ancient Sacred Path that is the cornerstone of most Medicine around the world today.
At Sacred Paths, we believe we are all connected.
We have a deep respect for Mother Earth and Our Relationship with Her. Our mission is in connecting that relationship, and responsibility we have to Mother Earth, to our customers. We take every step to lesson the footprints it takes to bring every product forward. We strive to be mindful of the impact it makes on our planet, our indigenous resources and people. Sustainable & Fair Practices is at the forefront of every product you purchase.
We use only the highest quality organic ingredients. Working with local farmers and native growers first, creating positive direct relations, fair prices and promoting organic agriculture. We source from the best suppliers (see our supplier information) and believe in partnerships built on strong integrity, carbon footprint offsets, expertise on organic botanicals, environmental, social & community development programs, and of course, mutual respect.
Our Master Herbalist is passionate about wild-crafting, and ethically wild-crafts many of the native herbs used in our tinctures, compounds and elixirs.
All of our products are hand made in small batches for quality assurance.
Each product is dated with a batch number for identification and trace-ability.
We use 100% post-consumer recycled paper, and recycle and/or reuse all plastic, glass, cardboard and paper materials we consume.
We also have a small organic herb farm, educating others on cultivating methods, replenishing the native plants, and a many variety of herbal classes. Sacred Paths is committed to educating people about their health, healthy choices and the simple process of using herbs and other natural healing modalities as an effective way of healing and treating disease.