We believe that the quality of the supplements and body care products you use is just as important as the quality of the foods you eat. The products on our shelves are made from renewable resources found in nature, and synthetic ingredients are only used when safe and when there is no readily available natural alternative ingredient. Our supplement brands are reviewed for quality, purity, and effectiveness, and all proprietary blends are vetted by our purchasing team. Our goal is to provide as many non-GMO, organic, whole-food choices as possible.
None of our health and beauty products are tested on animals, because we don’t think that animals should suffer to bring us a better eye cream. We encourage our suppliers to get the international “leaping bunny” certification from Cruelty Free International.
Direct your questions to our knowledgeable apothecary team, or reference our comprehensive health and wellness guide.
- Bulk dried herbs
- Herbal Remedies
- Homeopathic Remedies
- Flower remedies for emotional health
- Vitamins, Minerals, Probiotics, and Omegas for men, women, and children
- Protein, meal replacement, and green powders
- Sports recovery products
- Natural remedies for seasonal wellness, first aid, gut health, and more
- Kimberton Whole Foods brand herbal extracts, formulas, and essential oils
- Cruelty free, natural and organic skincare
- Hair care for men and women
- Natural, non-toxic, and locally-made beauty products including perfume, makeup, hair color, and more
We aim to offer products that are free from:
- Parabens (synthetic preservatives that are potential endocrine disruptors)
- Petrolatum/Mineral Oil/Paraffin (by-products of crude oil with potentially dangerous impurities)
- Chemical sunscreens – avobenzone/oxybenzone (potentially hormone disrupting)
- Glycols (petroleum derived synthetic chemical that can draw other chemicals into the bloodstream)
- Phthalates (synthetic fragrance compounds that are potential toxins)
- Ethoxylated ingredients (made with petrochemical ethylene oxide that results in a trace contaminant which is classified as a possible carcinogen)
- Ethanolamines (can interact with other ingredients to form nitrosamines, a known carcinogen)
- Synthetic Polymers (may contain residual PAHs, an organic pollutant)
- Formaldehyde Donors (preservatives that work by releasing formaldehyde)
- Synthetic Fragrances (fragrances that use petroleum-based solvents for extraction as well as purely synthetic additives)
Learn what blue light is, and why you may want to consider protecting your eyes and skin from its rays, even in the winter months.
We have cultivated a batch of locally grown and produced herbal products designed to support a resilient nervous system and a happy heart.
Herbal teas are prepared by steeping fresh or dried plant matter (such as flowers, herbs, seeds, roots, or bark) in hot water. They are an easy and delicious way to enjoy the medicinal benefits of herbs!
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Zinc interferes with viral replication in test tubes, may interfere with the ability of viruses to enter cells of the body, may help immune cells to fight a cold, and may relieve cold symptoms when taken as a supplement.
Give your body all the support it needs this winter. Vitamin D, a fat-soluble vitamin, is frequently used as a supplement during the common cold.
Vitamin C is a frequently recommended supplement for use during the common cold. Learn more about this water-soluble vitamin.
Manuka honey comes from bees that pollinate the flowering Manuka tree (Leptospermum scoparium), native to New Zealand. Learn more about its unique properties.
Amos and Linda Stoltzfus founded Natural Hope Herbals in 2010, with the goal of combining rich herbal traditions of the past with current scientific...
Seed Phytonutrients is a locally-operated beauty company, based in Doylestown, PA. We proudly offer their sustainable line of beauty products.
Avena Botanicals is the first Certified Biodynamic farm in Maine, specializing in high quality hand-crafted herbal remedies.
Along with a traditional first aid kit, we love keeping a few high-quality herbal products on-hand, to treat Summer’s ailments.
When it comes to sun protection, there is a lot to consider in regards to the safety, efficacy, and environmental impacts of the products you’re using.
There are different types of collagen, which differ in amino acid, or peptide, composition; some form skin, while others form cartilage and repair muscles.
A healthy gut houses thousands of species of beneficial bacteria, fungi, viruses, and parasites. Learn how this ecosystem can be disrupted in modern life.
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We caught up with Dr. Bush and the experts at Biomic Sciences to help illuminate current research in the field of children’s gut health.
Adaptogens are a class of non-toxic plants that are thought to help the body resist stress and create balance. Here are 6 to try.
As you enjoy the great outdoors, don't forget to protect yourself against bug bites and ticks! Try these DIY tick repellents from Wyndmere Naturals.
As you get outside this summer, you may find yourself with the occasional sunburn, bug bites, and bruises, blisters and chapped skin from various outdoor activities. Rather than turn to conventional medications, consider using homeopathic remedies, which might provide just the relief you need.
Now that the days are long and the weather warm, many of us are taking our exercise regimens outdoors! Whether you’re hitting the trails, biking, swimming, playing tennis, or simply moving your yoga practice outside, find ways to supplement and support your wellness goals this Summer.
This week, June 3-9, we proudly celebrate the 10th Annual Hemp History Week. Learn why grassroots organizers, farmers, producers, and advocates are working to raise awareness about the environmental sustainability, health benefits, regenerative agriculture potential, and new technological applications of industrial hemp.
Summertime means warm breezes, sunny afternoons, sand in your toes, and more days spent in the great outdoors. It can also mean bug bites, sunburn, and dreaded poison ivy. Don't let summer's little annoyances detract from your enjoyment: Here's our list of summer essentials to get you through the season in one piece.
Some essential oils may be more recognizable to you, such as lavender, tea tree, orange, lemon, eucalyptus and peppermint. But, there are dozens and dozens more essential oils beyond these common varieties, each with special holistic super powers.
Switching to green cleaning and healing methods is easier and more effective than you may think. With naturally occurring antiviral and antibiotic qualities, essential oils can be used not only to clean the kitchen or bathroom but also to treat minor scrapes and clear out sinuses.
At Kimberton Whole Foods, we know that you’re not only interested in keeping your own home clean, but in protecting your family, and keeping our air, water, and environment clean, also. Use this safe spring cleaning guide to help you make the most of your cleaning efforts.
We are always ready and willing to walk shoppers through KWF’s extensive selection of herbal and homeopathic remedies, vitamins, minerals, probiotics and omegas, protein powders, aromatherapy, natural skin and hair care and so much more. Every product on the apothecary shelves at Kimberton Whole Foods is reviewed for quality, purity and effectiveness by the KWF purchasing team.
In this educational blog, we'll break down our current knowledge regarding the expansive topic of gut health, as well as some steps you can take to find relief for your digestive system.
The term “superfoods” has gotten a lot of use over the past few years, which has caused many to discount the term. While we...
We asked Guido Masé, Chief Herbalist at Urban Moonshine to share some of his knowledge about traditional herbs used to boost immunity, including elderberry/elderflower, echinacea, and elecampane.
Not to be confused with herbalism, homeopathy is therapeutic method that uses highly-diluted natural substances to relieve symptoms.
For some of us, Autumn means the unwelcome arrival of fall allergies. We’ve asked our knowledgeable apothecary team members for their go-to remedies.
We recently visited Vitality Works, the supplier of our Kimberton Whole Foods brand herbal extracts, formulas and essential oils, found in the Apothecary.
A collection of our favorite quick recipes for do-it-yourself body, hair and home care remedies using essential oils.
What can mushrooms offer? Discover the many known uses of mushroom supplements from immune support to cognitive functioning.
When she left the corporate world behind 20 years ago, Sharon Moncrief’s path took an entirely different turn. A lifelong love of plants, an interest...
As we navigate cold & flu season, you may be seeking preventative measures to strengthen your immune system and boost your body’s capacity to ward off...
Gary Parker, co-founder of Best Beards, explains that when he and partner Jason Hertzog first decided to develop the Best Beard product line, they...
It’s the time of year when we need to begin considering protecting ourselves from the elements, especially pestering insects. The Center for Disease Control has listed...
Located in the mountains of Schuylkill County, PA, Hope Hill Lavender Farm has been home to Troy and Wendy Jochem for over a decade.
Wedderspoon introduced the first Non-GMO verified Manuka honey products in the world, all made from sustainability harvested raw honey. Read our interview to learn more.
For many of us, there are few things more enjoyable than soaking in a warm bath after a long day. Adding essential oil and...