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Old World Recipes for New World Remedies

Keeping you close
to Nature

We’ve been growing & wild-crafting medicinal herbs in the Olympic Mountains for over three generations, offering raw medicinal herbs and natural relief goods to our friends, family, and community since 2012.

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Two Brands, One Great Herb Farm


Nestled between the mountains and the sea, our Olympic Mt. Farm has been growing organic medicinal plants for over 60 years. We grow over sixty five different plant species, such as Arnica and Sea Buckthorn, as well as several varieties of CBD and CBG rich American Hemp. We also wild-craft, also known as foraging, over twenty different wild medicinal herbs from the greater Pacific Northwest region.

Some herbs we sell in their raw, dried forms. However, most of our Hemp and Medicinal plants are processed and isolated on our on-site farm lab. We use a variety of extraction techniques, such as alcohol, Co2, and fractal distillation to craft the most potent and pure essential oils, CBD Isolate, and Broad Spectrum CBD extract.

You can find all of your favorite CBD infused recipes under our Sativa Valley Essentials brand, and all of your traditional farm supplies, raw medicinal herbs & apothecary goods under our Stone Tree Farms brand.

Homegrown & Wild-crafted Sustainability


Our mission is simple – to provide the highest quality medicinal plant based relief goods crafted from homegrown herbs & ethically harvested wild medicinal plants. We maintain the highest levels of quality by keeping everything in-house. From planting our medicinal herbs, to harvesting and drying, then finally extraction and packaging; keeping you and your medicinals as close to nature as possible.

Ethically Minded – We always use responsible and ethical harvesting principles when collecting medicinal herbs from the wild. This includes only harvesting a small portion of plants found in nature, ensuring growth for future harvests and following generations.

What is CBD?


Cannabidiol (CBD) is a phytocannabinoid that is found in high concentrations in certain strains of hemp. Cannabidiol can interact with the human endocannabinoid system and has non-intoxicating effects. For more information, visit our CBD Library

 

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Our Farms Story

Grandma Hazel

Our grandmother Hazel grew up in a small village in Ukraine, filled with deep verdant forests, bee loud glades, and a culture of self-reliance. Her father was the village bee-keeper, raising honey bees for their golden honey and medicinal beeswax. Hazel was taught how to gather and grow all kinds of medicinal herbs and learned from her father how to craft potent recipes with healing properties. She used Cannabis Sativa, what we now call Hemp flowers, along with a variety of herbs to create salves, elixirs, decoctions and tonics for her friends, family, and village.

Before passing, Grandma Hazel taught her children and grandchildren everything she knew about the art of crafting your own herbal medicinals. We keep this tradition alive today, using Grandma Hazel’s original recipes and bringing them to our friends, family, and community.

Our Process, Start to Finish!

From growing hemp to extracting CBD oil to testing to formulation packaging and finally, fulfilling and shipping your order, we make CBD you can count on.


Where We Are

Visiting The Farm

Our mountain botanical farms are in two special locations – we grow high quality medicinal herbs, vegetables, fruits and fresh cut seasonal flowers on our 10 acre coastal farm near Sequim, Washington.

We grow our high altitude loving American Hemp on our 10 acre farm in the shadow of Hurricane Ridge near the town of Port Angeles, Washington. Both farms work together to bring you some of the best local farm goods from the mountains to the sea. Explore our Farm Blog for the latest on farm visiting information, seasonal farm goods at the Farm Stand, volunteer opportunities!

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