One of our wildflower gardens

One of our wildflower gardens

Falcon Creek Farm is located in the small town of Competition in the Missouri Ozarks.  Missouri is abundant in healing herbs that many call weeds.  I am showcasing these plants to highlight their benefits and have created a few products based on the properties of these herbs.  I do not use any fillers, parabens, preservatives or even water.  These medicinal herbs grow in prolific abundance on my farm where outdoor spaces are created based on natural and permaculture growing systems. 

As a teenager I experienced a severe health crisis. My mother and grandmother were very interested in using herbs and natural healing methods and that is how I started to learn about using plants as medicine. 

In 1986, I got a job in a local health food store and read everything I could get my hands on.   Since I read most of the books in the store, they asked me to be the store's book buyer.   Most of the books were geared towards using capsules though. 

In 2000 after another health crisis, I turned to food, herbs, breathing exercises and movement; I am now the healthiest I've ever been. I started studying folk herbalism and learning how to make plant medicine full time in 2008. 

I create plant extracts,  infused oils, herbal vinegars, dried teas, and spices from my organically grown herbs.  With those plant extracts I make rubs/ salves, face creams and a variety of other things you can find on our Products page.  

I give weed walks and small tours on the farm and am available to speak at garden clubs and festivals about natural growing methods and using weeds to improve gardens and health. 

 


Jamie Jackson - head herbalist, founder of Missouri Herbs.

Jamie Jackson - head herbalist, founder of Missouri Herbs.

As the former Sr. Quality Assurance Analyst for a large software company, I take great care in harvesting and processing.   My products are created with traditional ingredients that have been used for generations by thousands of people.  As many ingredients as possible are grown organically on the farm.  All infusions and extracts are made in small batches to ensure freshness. We hope you enjoy these products and that you learn something new on the site. 

*All information on this site is intended for educational purposes only. Statements have not been evaluated by the FDA and are not intended to diagnose, cure, treat, prescribe or prevent disease. Results may vary, and it is always advisable to consult with your own health care provider.  

Contact Jamie at MissouriHerbs(at)gmail(dot)com


Ken Boschert - marketing, sales, graphics and package design.

Ken Boschert - marketing, sales, graphics and package design.

Graphics and package design have always inspired my creativity but my first love in life were the local plants. When I was quite young, about 2 or 3, my mother took me on a guided tour of the spring flowers blooming in our rural, in St. Charles County, Missouri yard. I was mesmerized by the many varied patterns and amazing colors. Each blossom was more beautiful than the previous. I had never seen anything so incredible. For several days after that, I spent as much time outside in the yard as I could, hoping to find ever more treasures I was sure, were just around the next corner. One time, a neighboring farmer found me a mile and half from my home, sitting next to his pond looking at flowers.  He immediately returned me to my anxious and grateful parents. From then on, my outdoor excursions were closely monitored.

My love of plants and the outdoors did not end there. In my early twenties, I would take weekend motorcycle/camping trips to the Ozarks. I always took plant books along and attempted to identify as many native species as possible. I have always loved the Ozarks and eventually, a life long dream was realized when I was able to buy pristine land here upon which I have since hand-built my own home. Many native herbs already grow here and we are creating new beds to organically grow even more varieties. Once these natural medicinals are harvested, they too will be used in Missouri Herbs products.

As a graphic designer, it is my job to use images and text to tell a story. Upon meeting Jamie Jackson and learning about her passion for creating holistic herbal salves from her own organically grown plants and herbs, I realized I had found a story so compelling and so positive, it just had to be told. It is with great personal satisfaction that I have aligned my efforts with Jamie Jackson and Missouri Herbs to help bring to all of you this great story of how to maintain your personal health, and that of your family, simply, by using herbs and the healing power imbued within plants, effectively, with no side effects, and for relative pennies. To your health!

Contact Ken at kenboschert51@gmail(dot)com.


April, a talented young herbalist we commissioned to make her superior lip balms for Missouri Herbs

April, a talented young herbalist we commissioned to make her superior lip balms for Missouri Herbs

My interest in natural beauty started upon learning about the toxic chemicals I was using in the form of body care products. In addition, our family has very sensitive skin which reacts to almost all the synthetic cosmetic treatments. My Mother brought home a book about making your own beauty preparations. I started experimenting and got hooked!

My passion is researching ingredients and learning about both their traditional uses, and more modern scientifically known properties. I love providing myself, my family, and other people with pure and natural products that work, are good for your skin, and good for our environment. It may be a small contribution, but every time someone tries my lip balm and loves it, I am thankful to be able to provide something for them and their family, they can all feel good about using, both inside and out!

My other interests include writing (I'm working on a historical fiction novel), hiking, sewing, and learning more about God's creation and how we can use what He has provided for our health and happiness.