Weeds often have a bad reputation, but these resilient and tenacious plants possess a distinctive beauty all their own. In fact, many so-called "weeds" have beneficial properties and can be used for food, medicine, and more. We're looking at you, nettle, plantain, and chickweed.
Unlike cultivated plants, which often require a lot of care and attention, weeds are survivors that thrive in adverse conditions. They are the heroes we didn't know we needed, growing in the most unlikely places. Their ability to adapt and overcome challenges is nothing short of inspiring. Whether it's a patch of wildflowers growing along the roadside or a cluster of gorgeous, golden dandelions popping up with fierce resilience despite Miracle-Gro dads everywhere attempts to eradicate them, weeds remind us that beauty can be found in even the harshest and most unexpected environments.
A note from our founder - “Rapunzel wasn’t built in a day. Everyone wants long, lush locks but they take time, they take minerals, they take consistency. I love this formula because it has so many tissue building vitamins and herbs that grow like weeds. As above (on our head) so below (from the Earth). It’s an affordable price point that makes compliance and consistency a breeze. These herbs have been used in Traditional Chinese Medicine as well as Western Herbalism for centuries, and it’s a pleasure to work with them.”