HERBAN AYURVEDA
​​​HERBALISM • AYURVEDA • MINDFULNESS​

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Organic Herb Farm

Herban Ayurveda's Organic Medicinal Herb Farm is located about 30 miles south of the Twin Cities.  We cultivate just over one acre of medicinal and culinary herbs on property that is shared with other organic farmers.  We use techniques that enhance the potency of herbs and foster a healthy ecosystem by focusing on regenerating the soil, supporting wildlife, using renewable energy and keeping our waters clean. ​​​​​We practice with the belief that in order to heal ourselves, we must also heal the earth. 

Our main objective is to provide healing medicine for our community.  We are on a mission to reduce the amount of medicinal herbs that are sourced and shipped from oversees, from farms that exploit land or people, and from national and global companies whose herbs are monthly or years old by the time they arrive to the consumer.

 ​​​​​We are on a mission to help our community get the freshest herbs possible. We harvest herbs at their peak potency at peak season and hand deliver within 24 hours of harvest to ensure that you receive the ​highest quality ​fresh herbs with maximum potency. By using locally grown herbs, you are maximizing your connection with the land, reducing your carbon footprint, supporting your local farmer, and ensuring the highest quality of medicine. 


Dried Herbs & Teas:

Are you a Minnesota or Wisconsin small business looking for locally & organically grown medicinal herbs?  Contact us for more information and for growing requests for the 2018 season!

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Want to get involved?

Herbalism is powerful medicine and medicine that you do not have to ingest in order to feel it's effects.  Whether it's feeling uplifted from the scent of tulsi, having meaningful connections while harvesting calendula blossoms, or feeling energized by de-steming rosemary, working with these plants is nothing short of powerful.  Email us at herbanayurveda@gmail.com to see how you can get involved.

COMING SOON: Application for 2018 farm apprentice

2017 Farm Season Photo Gallery:

  1. Seeds Arrive!
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    Seeds Arrive!
  2. The Greenhouses in early Spring
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    The Greenhouses in early Spring
  3. Anna with Burdock Roots
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    Anna with Burdock Roots
  4. Seed planting begins in early April
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    Seed planting begins in early April
  5. First CSA share of the season
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    First CSA share of the season
  6. First Burdock Root harvest
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    First Burdock Root harvest
  7. Early Seed Starting in the greenhouse
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    Early Seed Starting in the greenhouse
  8. Nettles
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    Nettles
  9. Calendula is in the ground! Vlad watches over
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    Calendula is in the ground! Vlad watches over
  10. Early CSA of roots, greens, and plant starts
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    Early CSA of roots, greens, and plant starts
  11. Yellow Dock Roots ready to dry
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    Yellow Dock Roots ready to dry
  12. Anna with Tulsi
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    Anna with Tulsi
  13. Calendula
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    Calendula
  14. Red Clover
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    Red Clover
  15. Rose
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    Rose
  16. Lavender Starts
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    Lavender Starts
  17. Calendula, Red Clover, and St. John's
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    Calendula, Red Clover, and St. John's
  18. Hyssop Budding
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    Hyssop Budding
  19. Solar Dehydration
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    Solar Dehydration
  20. Row of bright sunny Calendula
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    Row of bright sunny Calendula
  21. Anna and Calendula
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    Anna and Calendula
  22. Blue Vervain
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    Blue Vervain
  23. Vlad with Chamomile
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    Vlad with Chamomile
  24. Chamomile Harvest
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    Chamomile Harvest
  25. St. John's Harvest
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    St. John's Harvest
  26. Yarrow Budding
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    Yarrow Budding
  27. Tulsi Solar Infusion
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    Tulsi Solar Infusion
  28. Anna and the Hula Hoe
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    Anna and the Hula Hoe
  29. Variations in Calendula
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    Variations in Calendula
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