Buck Mountain Botanicals has botanical based medicine for all creatures.
About Buck Mountain Botanicals:
The Buck Mountain Botanicals family owns thousands of acres of plains, hills and mountainous semi-arid land in
southeast Montana between the Yellowstone and Powder Rivers. This high plain paradise was used as range land. Now the pristine wilderness is managed for the benefit of
the abundant flora and fauna found thereon.
Since early 1994 they have labored to return the land to its native flora and fauna. In the process they have spread
native seeds each year and planted thousands of trees and shrubs as well as repaired and expanded dozens of ponds,
dams, and dikes to retain water in this land of sparse precipitation.
Medicinal plants: echinacea, wormwood, hawthorn, arnica, astragalus, bergamot, burdock, dandelion, grindelia,
juniper, licorice, milk thistle, pulsatilla, skullcap, st. john's wort, valerian, yarrow and many others are
native and in abundance.
To ensure that they are not harming their land and the flora they have been cultivating and encouraging no more than
3% of any native stand is removed – except on small research lots. Further, thery are not taking plants from any
stand that has fewer than 1,000 plants therein.
In addition to the abundance of native species they cultivate many botanicals, many of which also occur naturally
on the land. These include: milk thistle, comfrey, burdock, arnica, uva ursi, astragalus, st. john's wort, oregon
grape, chamomile, licorice, garlic, capsicum, skullcap, bloodroot, goldenseal, valerian, lemon balm, passion
flower and spearmint.
They have a 5,000 gallon per day reverse osmosis system that provides pure irrigation water for their cultivated
gardens and an ever increasing number of deer fenced organic gardens in the bottom of riparian draws. No
fertilizers, herbicides, synthetic pesticides or any other additives are used to alter the land in any way.
They are more than certified organic. They are organic purists.