Introduction to Our Science

Welcome to the Science page of Sacred Plant Co, your window into the scientific backbone that supports our world-class herb cultivation. On this page, you will find meticulously documented laboratory results from Colorado State University's soil, water, and plant testing lab. These soil tests bear testimony to the potent combination of ancient wisdom, modern science, and sustainable practices we employ to create the ideal soil environment for our herbs.

Our commitment to scientific exploration and validation ensures that our soil's nutrient content, microbial diversity, and overall health are optimized for the growth of exceptional herbs.

We invite you to explore these results and discover the incredible world beneath our plants – the vibrant and life-sustaining soil that sets Sacred Plant Co apart. It's here that our commitment to sustainable, low-water, mountain growing shines through, offering you a deep, science-backed understanding of why our herbs are genuinely exceptional.

As you delve into the fascinating world of soil science and explore the strength of our sustainable farming techniques, remember that each number and graph reflects our dedication to growing the finest herbs with the least environmental impact.

Welcome to the heart of our operation, where science meets sustainability, and ancient wisdom merges with modern technology. Welcome to the fascinating world of Sacred Plant Co's soil science.

Graphical representation of our university lab-tested soil results, showcasing the fertility and health of Low Water Colorado Mountain Herb Farm's soil

Exceptional Herbs Grown with Ancient Wisdom

Comparing the data from 2022 to 2023, we can observe the remarkable progress we have made in aligning our soil cultivation with optimal levels. In just one year, we have witnessed significant changes, bringing us closer to the desired PPM concentrations across the nutrient spectrum. It's essential to note we do this without adding any chemicals to our land.

To look deeper into our Colorado State University Soil, Water and Plant Laboratory tested results. Our organic matter levels have dramatically increased from 0.7 to 1.9 PPM, demonstrating our commitment to enhancing soil structure with our sustainable growing practices. Similarly, the concentration of nitrate has experienced a substantial leap from 0.09 to 14, showcasing our dedication to providing herbs enriched with essential nutrients.

Moreover, phosphorus levels have seen a remarkable rise from 2.2 to 5, indicating our efforts to optimize plant growth and vitality. Sulfate concentrations have also shown substantial improvement, progressing from 5 to 9.4, as we strive to create an environment that maximizes the potential of our herbs.

By carefully balancing trace elements such as zinc, iron, manganese, and copper, we have brought these substances closer to their optimal levels. These changes are a testament to our relentless pursuit of excellence and the continuous refinement of our ancient growing practices.

Bottle of our Ancient Wisdom Fermented Plant Juice (FPJ), a key product of our Korean Natural Farming (KNF) practices at Low Water Colorado Mountain Herb Farm

Ancient Wisdom

By utilizing our Ancient Wisdom line of KNF (Korean Natural Farming) products, we are not only enhancing the current state of our soil but we are also setting the stage for ongoing improvements that lead to the production of increasingly exceptional herbs. Unlike conventional farms where soil health tends to deteriorate over time, our approach with KNF methods focuses on regenerative practices that restore and revitalize the soil ecosystem. By incorporating organic matter, beneficial microorganisms, and balanced nutrients, our products nourish the soil, promoting its natural fertility and resilience. As the soil health improves, it creates an environment where herbs can thrive and reach their full potential, resulting in consistently superior quality.

Embracing our Ancient Wisdom line of KNF products means investing in the long-term sustainability of our soil, ensuring that our herb production continues to flourish while other farms struggle to maintain their product quality.

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