Vitamins & Supplements


Looking to make sense of the world of supplements and herbal remedies? All those little bottles can be confusing and intimidating, but we’re here to take the mystery out of those seemingly confusing shelves. Our staff can help explain the array of different supplements, teach you about herbs and homeopathics, special order products for you, or research a special need you might have. We have the largest selection of vitamins and supplements in Vermont, backed by people who know the products and love to help!

Every Thursday, as a special thanks to our loyal customers, we offer a 20% discount on all of our vitamins and supplements. (Offer does not apply to items already on sale.) We always have a friendly and knowledgeable staff member in the aisle to answer any questions, and we’re always willing to go the extra mile to get what you need. Looking for something specific? Give us a call or email us, or come on in and we’ll make it happen!

Department News

Featured Company: Oregon’s Wild Harvest

By Vitamin Manager  •  Wednesday, May 28th, 2014


Here at Healthy Living we have high standards for all of our products, especially our Herbal supplements.  We carry a broad selection of certified organic & ecologically wild-crafted herbs. We love supporting small, local, independent, family-owned & operated companies. As the Lead Vitamin Buyer for 10 years I have been proud to work with and carry many fine brands, including Oregon’s Wild Harvest. They highly value purity, safety and effectiveness. To learn more about them visit their website:

-Thomas, Lead Vitamin Buyer.



Oregon’s Wild Harvest is an independently owned and operated herb farm in Sandy, Oregon. Throughout the company’s history, their philosophy has been driven by the desire to naturally heal the body and the earth. The founders, Pamela Martin-Buresh and Randy Buresh, have built the company on a strong foundation of validated scientific methodology and environmental stewardship.

Certified Organic since its inception in 1994, Oregon’s Wild Harvest is proud to offer more than 200 pure, safe and effective medicinal herbal supplements and products. Many of these are manufactured into liquid extracts within minutes of harvest, mere steps from where they were grown. Because they responsibly process and package many of the herbs right on their farm, they can guarantee that their products are the safest and most potent you can buy.

Since 2009, the Oregon’s Wild Harvest farm has been Demeter® Certified Biodynamic®, which is one of the original forms and highest grade of organic farming. The entire farm is treated as a living organism, making it a sustainable and self-nourishing ecosystem. The farm also produces its own compost, seeds and livestock feed by recycling all the organic materials generated on the farm. This holistic approach to farming improves the health of the soil and its plants, creating a growing environment that’s ideal for producing the highest nutrient values possible, and one of the smallest carbon footprints of any agricultural method. With the Certified Organic and Biodynamic certifications in place, you can be sure that their products are guaranteed to be free from harmful pesticides, chemicals or genetically modified organisms (GMOs).

For nearly two decades, the farmland that is home to Oregon’s Wild Harvest has nourished many herb varieties including Ashwagandha, Astragalus, Echinacea, Ginkgo, Feverfew and Valerian. The quality and purity that defines each Oregon’s Wild Harvest product is backed by a comprehensive array of highly trained scientists, whose specialties include pharmacognasy (the study of medicine from natural sources), food science, biochemistry, nutrition, botany and organic/Biodynamic farming. A highly educated Quality Assurance department oversees every step in the processing, manufacturing and production of each supplement. By following strict GMP guidelines, Oregon’s Wild Harvest is able to guarantee the purity and identity of all plant material, providing their customers with the most effective herbal supplements.”


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