Since 2000 Farmacy has had over 400 volunteers, interns, students, work traders, apprentices and active community members who have given Farmacy the momentum it has needed to become a viable example of accessible holistic health care.Our story
We cultivate and wildcraft our herbs on local farms and on our 5 acre farm in Southern Rhode Island. Our collection of herbal products and bulk herbs are sold at local stores and farmers markets. We sell these herbs at local farmers markets, stores, restaurants and in our own store.Take a look
With a small sustainable alternative business model, we work to create accessible community health care and wellness through environmental awareness and holistic practices. We strive to share affordable, do-it-yourself methods of natural health-promoting practices. We use alternative business practices such as work trade and a sliding scale.See sliding scales
We offer a large selection of bulk dried herbs, tea blends, herbal products, local honey, books and herbal products. Our store is open 5 days per week. Our hours are listed at the bottom of the page.Check out our products
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