Clary Sage Herbarium is a Native American, two-spirit, woman-owned & operated herb shop in Portland, Oregon. We welcome all races, religions, genders and sexual orientations. Hate has no home here.
We are a purveyor of the finest quality organic dried herbs, teas, herbal extracts, therapeutic organic & food grade essential oils. We also carry house-made flower essences that we can happily custom order, magical intention candles, smudging herbs and woods, cleansing sprays, crystals, natural incense, artisanal natural soaps & body care and more.
We think green! We use bio-degradable cellophane for packaging our bulk herbs, our paper bags are from recycled pulp. We do our best to support local businesses for all our purchasing needs. Clary Sage Herbarium is a member of United Plant Savers. Check them out and donate or better yet, become a member! www.unitedplantsavers.org
Our mission is to promote local awareness and offer a sacred place of physical & emotional healing. We want herbs and education to inspire motivation for preemptive self-care, which in return will reduce our dependence on conventional medicine.
Please come visit us on Broke Tuesdays for Senior, Veteran bulk herb 10% discount days. Local herbal students (NUNM, OCOM, Arctos, Traditional School of Western Herbalism, Elderberry, Forest Medicine, etc.) get an everyday 10% discount on 1oz plus bulk single dried herbs. Must show I.D. Sorry, non-local herb schools are not eligible. We are a local community-based store, we no longer ship. Our apologies.
We look forward to doing business with you!
Laurie Lava-Books- Karuk Tribal Member #D00973
* Want to know a little more about our store? Please read this articulate review on our shop on Sea Goat Herbs Blog!
2841 NE Alberta St.
Portland, OR 97211
Open 7 days a week (with the exception of major Holidays)
10:am-6:pm (503) 236-6737
Nature knows ahead what sickness there will be. What is abnormally abundant is what is coming" -Cascade Anderson Geller (1954-2013)
"Everything on the earth has a purpose, every disease an herb to cure it, and every person a mission. This is the Indian theory of existence."- Mourning Dove [Christine Quintasket] (1888-1936) Salish