We are pleased to announce that we will have new store hours starting Monday, August 3!
To better serve you, we will now be open an hour later 4 days a week.
Monday - Thursday 10:00 am to 7:00 pm.
Friday : 10:00am - 6:00pm
Saturday - Sunday : CLOSED
AUGUST 3 - 7,
MONDAY - FRIDAY
Save 20% OFF
throughout the whole KID'S SECTION.
We have kid's vitamin C, multivitamins, DHA, all natural products for calming and for mental focus, and more!
Don't miss this chance to save on your
Here's to healthy and happy kids! smile emoticon
Sale cannot be combined with The Herb Shop's "Healthy Saver's Program" or with any other discount or offer. Sale does NOT include food or snack items, or any products that are not for children.
Sale is for children's products ONLY.
Sale discount will not be given before or after the sale.
The Herb Shop has been serving the Fayetteville area for 22 years. Pat Sparks, Naturopathic Doctor, first opened in Conyers, Georgia in 1991 before moving to our current location in Fayetteville in 1993. Dr. Pat and her husband Ray, are semi-retiring to the mountains of North Georgia and have opened up a new store called Herbs-N-Things. Dr. Pat is passing on the ownership of the Herb Shop to her daughter, Beth, and her husband this summer.
Both The Herb Shop of Fayetteville and Herbs-N-Things of Talking Rock are pleased to offer Vitamins and Minerals, Herbal and Homeopathic Remedies, Essential Oils, Aromatherapy, Natural Pet Products, and Bath & Body Products. We also carry Loose/Bulk Herbs that may be used in teas, poultices, gift ideas, and cooking.
The Herb Shop of Fayetteville carries Bread Making supplies for those who grind their own wheat/grains and make fresh, homemade breads.
Herbs-N-Things not only carries natural supplements, but also carries vintage items and collectibles.
Our goal at The Herb Shop and at Herbs-N-Things is to help you to be "Healthy, Naturally" by helping you choose your path to health through proper nutrition, education, and natural remedies and products.
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|Eggs—a nutritional powerhouse|
What's in a yolk? With the exception of riboflavin and niacin, the yolk contains a higher proportion of many of the egg’s vitamins and minerals than the egg white. These include vitamin B12, zinc, iron, iodine, copper, selenium, and calcium, as well as vitamins A, D, E, and K. Buy organic, free-range eggs for the most nutritional value.