How should I store my dried herbs and flowers?

In an airtight container out of direct sunlight in a cool dry place. Best before is marked where applicable but good storage is key to ensuring your herbs & flowers stay fragrant & functional for as long as possible.


Are your products organic?

Many of our products are organic or wildcrafted. We believe in full transparency. We list the growing method (organic, wildcrafted, spray free, conventional) on each relevant product listing.
Whenever possible we source organically grown, spray free or wildcrafted products.


Are your products organic?

Many of our products are organic or wildcrafted. We believe in full transparency. We list the growing method (organic, wildcrafted, spray free, conventional) on each relevant product listing.
Whenever possible we source organically grown, spray free or wildcrafted products.


Are your products organic?

Many of our products are organic or wildcrafted. We believe in full transparency. We list the growing method (organic, wildcrafted, spray free, conventional) on each relevant product listing.
Whenever possible we source organically grown, spray free or wildcrafted products.


Are your products organic?

Many of our products are organic or wildcrafted. We believe in full transparency. We list the growing method (organic, wildcrafted, spray free, conventional) on each relevant product listing.
Whenever possible we source organically grown, spray free or wildcrafted products.


Are your products organic?

Many of our products are organic or wildcrafted. We believe in full transparency. We list the growing method (organic, wildcrafted, spray free, conventional) on each relevant product listing.
Whenever possible we source organically grown, spray free or wildcrafted products.


How long is honey good for?

Honey is one of the only known food that never goes bad. Your honey might change consistency, especially if exposed to changes in temperature. To restore it’s liquid consistency stand honey in its glass jar in a bowl of warm to hot water.


How do I store Australian Native Bee honey?

Australian Native Bee honey has a higher water content than regular honey. If left kn warm temperatures it may ferment. We recommend storing it in the fridge.