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Details & Ingredients


We prepare Hops extract from the lupulin-rich strobile (female flower) of Certified Organic Humulus lupulus vines. Hops is a vine that vigorously grows on trellises. We work with Pearl and Cascade varietals.

The herb is extracted in small batches with Certified Organic cane alcohol to maintain the balance of phytochemicals as they exist in the plant. We assure herb identity via macroscopic and organoleptic analysis, then confirm it through methods such as HPTLC fingerprinting specific to each herb. Our liquid extracts are easily dispensed, taken in liquid form and added to water or other liquid.

Suggested Use

Shake Well Before Using
Add 1 full squeeze of the dropper bulb to 2 oz. of water or juice, 2 to 5 times per day. Best taken between meals.


Herb Menstruum Ratio 1:5


Keep Out of the Reach of Children

Store away from heat & light


  • Hops strobile (Humulus lupulus) extract 607 mg

    Country of origin: USA

Other Ingredients

certified organic cane alcohol (76-86%) & distilled water.

  • Certified Organic
  • Extraction rate 140 mg herb per 0.7 ml.

We grow more than 65 species of plants on our Certified Organic farms, but not every plant can grow well in southern Oregon. To ensure the quality and supply of your favorite herbs, we work with a global network of farmers, wildcrafters and brokers, who cultivate and harvest plants where they can thrive. All herbs used in our products undergo a series of rigorous quality checks.

Depending on the product, more than one country of origin may be listed for an herb. Your product may contain herbs from any of those approved sources. Find more information about our ethical sourcing practices.


Hops is intensely aromatic and bitter.


From the Herb Library


Hops is an herbaceous perennial and dioecious vine that can climb up to 10 meters.3,6,8 Leaves are dark green, cordate and palmately shaped, with deep lobes and a finely toothed margin.4,6,8 Most leaves are positioned oppositely on the stem, but some can be alternately positioned at the vine tips.8 Stems are long, hairy, bendable and hardy, and they yield from a crown.3,4,6,8 The vines intertwine and wind around suppor... Learn more

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