Mountain Rose Herbs
Since 1987, Mountain Rose Herbs has provided customers and retailers with high-quality essential oils, organic herbs, spices, teas, educational material, face and body care products.
Rosemary Gladstone began the one-woman Mountain Rose Herbs company as a means of supplying her students at the California School of Herbal Studies with organic products. Through the years, the Mountain Rose Herb company has expanded while retaining its strict policies of ethical wild harvesting and signature green philosophy. By 2010, Mountain Rose Herbs moved to its current location in Eugene, Oregon.
In addition to building firm relationships with farmers and suppliers, Mountain Rose Herbs runs 14 organic farms. Suppliers must submit pre-ship samples that undergo comprehensive testing in Mountain Rose Herbs’ laboratory. Before botanicals are admitted to the facilities, they are again sampled and tested by the laboratory.
Mountain Rose organics has been awarded a range of certifications and awards, including: Non-GMO Project Verified, USDA Certified Organic, Earth Kosher, Oregon Tilth Certified Organic, EarthShare, Fair For Life, Carbon Fund, Zero Waste Facility, U.S. Zero Waste Business Council, and certified Salmon-Safe.
Mountain Rose Herbs has also converted to 100% renewable energy and was given the 2013 ‘Best Green Businesses to Work for In Oregon’ award. The company has developed a reputation for ethics over profit and continues to actively engage the local and global communities in support of responsible stewardship of the earth.
Mountain Rose Essential Oils
The Mountain Rose Herbs essential oils collection is 100% pure and most are USDA certified organic. The large farm-to-bottle Mountain Rose oils selection provides one of the largest collections of essential oils that can be used for aromatherapy, high-quality hair and skin care, soaps, and natural cleaning formulas.
There are several different forms of Mountain Rose essential oil products, including single oils, aroma oil blends, mists and hydrosols. Hydrosols are also known as ‘flower waters’ and are created by distilling the leaves, flowers, fruits, and other parts of botanicals. Hydrosols have similar therapeutic characteristics as essential oils; however, they are less concentrated. Compared to their essential oil counterpart, the scent imparted by a hydrosol is softer and subtler.
Some of Mountain Rose Herbs newer additions include Mountain Rose Herbs rosehip seed oil, Mountain Rose Herbs jojoba oil, and Mountain Rose Herbs thieves oil. Mountain Rose Herbs rosehip seed oil is made from the ripened fruit of the rosehip, contains essential fatty acids, and can be used in recipes for dry and mature skin care.
Mountain Rose Herbs jojoba oil is a liquid wax rather than oil, and comes from the bean of the Simmondsia chinensis plant. Jojoba oil is a favored carrier oil because of its excellent absorption, mild aroma and long shelf life.
Mountain Rose Products
Mountain Rose offers a diverse inventory of herbs, spices, teas, syrups, oils, and herb-related products, including raw ingredients and tools to create personalized cosmetic, bath, and healthcare recipes.
Beeswax, castile soap, and shea butter are some of the most popular health and beauty care products supplied Mountain Rose Herbs. The versatile Mountain Rose Herbs beeswax can be used as a component for homemade beauty products, such as salves and balms.
Mountain Rose Herbs castile soap is a liquid soap with no chemical additives that can be used on its own or as a base for an individualized face and body cleanser.
Mountain Rose Herbs shea butter comes in an unrefined and a naturally deodorized format. Both versions of are rich source of Vitamin A, Vitamin E, essential fatty acids and have a natural SPF-6 UV protection. Rose Mountain Herbs shea butter has been reported as an excellent ingredient in summer skin care recipes.
Mountain Rose Herbs tea selections include caffeinated black, green, white and red varieties, as well as the classic herbal teas such as chamomile, and combinations such as Blossoms of Health and Fifth Chakra. Mountain Rose also offers flowering teas, which are young tea leaves or tea buds sewn over fragrant botanicals such as the flowers of jasmine, marigold, and rose.
Mountain Rose also carries herbal bitters, elixirs, and syrups. The newest addition to the syrup collection is Mountain Rose Herbs Elderberry Syrup. Traditionally used for adding flavor to wine, elderberry syrup can be added to a cup of tea or be used as a topping on pancakes.
Mountain Rose Herbs Contact
For assistance, advice, or more information, customers can contact Mountain Rose Herbs by phone or email. To call within the USA, use the Mountain Rose Herbs phone number toll free (800) 879-3337. For Canadian orders, use (800) 878-3337, extension 105. For email inquiries, customers can reach customer support at firstname.lastname@example.org.
The Mountain Rose Herbs location is 152 W. 5th Ave, Eugene, OR, 97401. The mailing address is P. O. Box 50220, Eugene, OR, 97405, USA.
Where to Buy Mountain Rose Herbs
Orders for Mountain Rose Herbs oils, and other products can be placed online through the website, by phone or mail. At this time, Mountain Rose Herbs does not have an Amazon or Ebay storefront.
Mountain Rose Herbs wholesale and retail products can be shipped throughout the United States and Canada. Due to the flammable nature of some of the products, shipping restrictions may apply. For information on shipping restrictions in the USA, call (800) 879-3337 or email email@example.com.
Restrictions may apply to Mountain Rose Herbs Canada shipments. For any questions regarding orders being shipped to Canada, contact the international ordering department at firstname.lastname@example.org.
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