A bit about Wild Dispensary
Wild Dispensary is a Dunedin based company passionate about making herbal remedies and formulations using wild and New Zealand native herbs. All of our products are 100% natural, herbalist formulated and small batch made right here in Dunedin.
We harvest almost all our plants and herbs in Otago, from the foothills of the Southern Alps to the dry mountains of Central Otago. We are passionate about making herbal remedies that support people's health.
A bit about us
We are just like you. We have families, we work, we enjoy life.
But most importantly we are people that want to share what is awesome about what we know. Plants.
Skye Macfarlane is our Naturopath and Medical herbalist as well as growing organic medical herbs and greens with her Husband Jed, on their block of land - Mihiwaka Vern Paddock.
Co-founder Ruth Vaughan is passionate about sustainable business with a background in native plants and Environmental Science. Ruth looks after the operations, sales and administation side of running Wild Dispensary.
Co- founder Gerald Davies comes from a diverse background from chefing, to landscaping and now business management and consulting. The three of us get around the table toegther and ensure that our small business is growing to be the best it can be for you- our customers.
We think things are better in a team and love working together.
We want to you to know how to help the most important people in your life.
Our products are formulated by a medical herbalist, but designed for you and your family. Compliance, safety, and efficacy is the utmost importance to us.
The core of who we are at Wild Dispensary is about sourcing high quality, potent ingredients to create the best products we can. Our ingredients are carefully selected and sustainably harvested, and vertified organic and locally grown where feasible.
Beyond producing high quality, potent and pure herbal medicine and formulations, our core values as a business are to genuniely commit to having a sustainable business ethos. This includes factoring in social and environmental factors into the way we do things.
From inititiating a bottle re-use scheme locally, to carrying out waste audits after production, working around the young people in our families and supporting a pretty great local charity- The Dunedin Wildlife Hospital.