Irish Botanica® Echinacea and Peace & Calm Valerian are both grown bio-dynamically on an organic herb farm with a Good Manufacturing Practice licence.

Bio-dynamic farming is a form of organic farming originally developed in the early 1920s by Dr. Rudolf Steiner. Bio-dynamic farming aims to use a holistic, ethical and ecological approach to the agricultural processes.

Today, the bio-dynamic movement encompasses thousands of successful gardens, farms and agricultural operations in a wide variety of ecological and economic settings and it continues to grow and evolve around the world.

Bio dynamic Farming

Bio-dynamic farmers strive to create a diversified, balanced farm ecosystem that generates health and fertility from within the farm itself. Fermented manure, minerals and herbs are used to help restore and harmonize the vital life forces of the farm and to enhance the nutrition, quality and flavour of the food both grown and raised.

Bio-dynamic practitioners strive to work in cooperation with the influences of the wider cosmos on soil, plant and animal health.

Bio dynamic Farming

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