Ethical, sustainable, local, authentic, artistic, & transparent –
This is what you will find in the herbal products sold at the Paris Apothecary.

Come in and warm yourself by the fire, enjoy something you never tasted before,
and shop for herbal oddities to share with loved ones.

We believe in NOT selling products that are made with palm oil because of the industry's destruction of primary forests in tropical countries.

We support the forest farming of woodland botanicals as a sustainable way to support local farms and take pressure off wild harvested at-risk botanicals.

We aim to educate the community because we believe you care for what you know and understand.

Paris Apothecary, Paris VA

It was only a short time ago that herbal medicine was the healthcare system – and as the herbal movement comes full circle we support the herbal farmers, entrepreneurs, educators, and healers through bioregional ecological appreciation of our botanical wealth of the majestic Blue Ridge Mountains.

Thru the doorway is an eclectic experience of sensual opportunity to stimulate those who are adventurous enough to take the journey…

The Paris Apothecary presents the first annual Banjos & Botanicals event series featuring local musicians, artists & speakers bringing together the connections between plants, people & music.

The Paris Apothecary presents... 
the 1st annual Banjos & Botanicals event series!
We are excited to host these incredible musicians, artists & speakers in celebration of the connections between people, plants & music.

All events unless otherwise stated will be held inside the Ashby Chapel - located next to the Paris Apothecary. Herbal drinks, local goods and elixir tastings available inside the apothecary before and after the events. 

Please pre-register for all events online - follow the website link attached to each description below. You are welcome to pay at the door, however, some events will have a $5 up-charge. 

August 18 (6pm-8pm) - Integrated Forest Gardening with Wayne Weiseman of the Permaculture Project LLC

August 19 & 20 - Building a Cordwood Structure Workshop (Linden, VA)

August 31 (7pm-9pm) - Furnace Mountain Band LIVE

  September 1 (6pm-8pm) - Appalachian Ethnobotany with Marc Williams of Plants & Healers International

October 5 (7pm-9pm) - Anna & Elizabeth LIVE

November 11 (2pm-4pm) - Nature Journal Workshop with Lara Gastinger, lead botanical artist for the Flora of Virginia