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The Natural House
Contact: Sigrid House
Address: 113 Chestnut Flats Road Lewisburg, WV, 24901
Email Address: houseb@frontiernet.net
Phone: 304-497-2793
About Us
Lip balm now available; organic, nourishing and soothing and comes in two scents.

Available for winter only, bath salts....salts are therapeutic!

Refresh promotes energy
Recover promotes healing from cold / flu
Relax promotes stress relief
Rest promotes restful sleep

Bath Bombs - organic, natural and so very nourishing available in lavender, citrus, lavender with petals, cold therapy, cold therapy with herbs and peppermint. Bath bomb orders - minimum of 3.

We own a 21 acre farm on Chestnut Flats Road between Maxwelton and Frankford. Many things are happening on our farm this year. We are in process of building a new growing area for our botanicals and herbs. Botanicals and herbs such as Calendula will be grown, harvested, dried at our farm and then incorporated into our personal care products as either a diffused oil or in dried form. We do our best to use USDA organic certified ingredients for all the other ingredients needed. Most of our ingredients are purchased from Mountain Rose Herbs, a company located in Oregon who produces high quality, sustainable and fair trade organic herbs, botanicals and much more. Mountain Rose is an American grower so you can be confident that the ingredients I use in my products are originated within the USA.

Practices
We completed our first year in the Grow Appalachia program which was taught by High Rocks in Hillsboro, WV. This course has helped us tremendously as we entered the 2019 planting season. This year we are fenced our growing ingredients in a manor that better protected production, we watered using the drip method, and followed fertilizing recommendations from West Virginia University soil testing lab. We just finished planted some cover crops for over winter. We do not use any conventional herbicides or pesticides on any of our flowers, herbs or vegetables. We believe that keeping the soil healthy, doing crop rotation, attracting beneficial insects and companion planting will significantly reduce the problems that are encountered in many conventional gardening practices.