Gaia HerbsSince 1987, Gaia Herbs has established itself as the leading grower and producer of Certified Organic (COG) herbs and herbal products. Nestled in a pristine mountain valley in Western North Carolina, the Gaia Herb Farm is one of the largest and most productive commercial herb farms in the U.S. We cultivate over 50 crops on 250 acres that are certified organic by Oregon Tilth. As a vertically integrated company, we control every stage of production from organic soil enrichment programs, seed selection, cultivation, and harvesting, to research and analysis for correct harvest time. Learn more today.

Webinars & Whitepapers

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The Foundations of Herbal Medicine Whitepaper

This four part series is intended for healthcare p [...]

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Herbal Assistance During the Winter Immune Season Whitepaper

Thinking ahead to the winter immune season, there are a number of herbs that can provide support by either avoiding immune issues altogether or helping restore the immune system quickly and easily.

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Live: An Overview Highlighting Patient and Practitioner Benefits of Integrative Medicine

Integrative Medicine: The Better Health Win-Win; A [...]

  • Tori Hudson

Live: Historical Uses and Modern Science of Immune Support Herbs

This lecture will focus on several plants that are essential in immune function, with attention paid to herbs for upper respiratory issues, those to support seasonal immune challenges, and plants for general whole body immune function.

  • Wendy Warner

Live: Proper Evaluation and Herbal Support of Overactive and Underactive Thyroid Function

Review appropriate evaluation of thyroid function as well as overarching protocols for support with Dr. Wendy Warner.

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Quelling Chronic Inflammation with Botanicals Whitepaper

Inflammation is an underlying issue in chronic disease. The connection between chronic inflammation and chronic disease is well-documented within the medical community, and this important idea seems to be gaining traction in the lay press as well.