Have you visited the Boiron Medicinal Garden at Rodale Institute yet? Now in its third year, the garden serves as an educational showcase for the many flowers and herbs used in manufacturing homeopathic medicines. The garden, open to the public since June 2015, is located at institute’s multipurpose 333-acre farm in Kutztown, Pa.
The medicinal garden features therapeutic plants found in some of Boiron’s most popular medicines. These include: Calendula officinalis (Garden marigold), Chamomilla (Chamomile), Hypericum perforatum (St. John’s Wort), Ruta gravolens (Rue), Symphytum officinale (Comfry) and many other flowers and herbs that are active ingredients in homeopathic medicines.