Inspired by nature

Shop Now

The ultimate problem solver

Nature has an answer for everything. For thousands of years, people have looked to plants and herbs to soothe everyday concerns and promote well-being. Whatever the problem, nature knows a thing or two – and it hasn’t been wrong yet.


Ashwagandha has been used as an adaptogen for more than 3,000 years, particularly in Ayurveda, the wellness art of India. The root helps your body adapt to daily stress.*

St. John’s Wort

Little flower, big impact. For centuries, St. John’s Wort has been used to promote a positive mood.* We source ours from Chile and Europe, where it grows best.

Ginger Root

More than just a zingy spice, ginger has been prized in Asian, Indian, and Arabic cultures for traditional digestive support.*


Exactly what your active lifestyle needs. Rhodiola is grown in a specific cool, dry Siberian climate and helps promote energy and mental stamina.

Innovation at work

Nature thrives in so many ways, big and small — like how trees can communicate with one another underground, the way dolphins can process complex emotions, or how plants have essentially helped people for thousands of years. 

Behind the brand

In 1968, Tom Murdock desperately searched for a way to improve his wife’s health. After relying on conventional options without success, Tom took a leap of faith by turning to traditional Native American knowledge of the healing power of plants. As a result, his wife’s health improved, and she lived another 25 years. Tom’s quest to help his wife led to an herbal renaissance in America and the creation of Nature’s Way.

Taste the flavors of nature

Because plants are tasty.

Try introducing some hearty herbs or other plant-based ingredients to your everyday life — and your food. We partnered with plant-based chef Matthew Kenny to curate recipes inspired by nature for your weekday dinner, Sunday afternoon baking session, or whenever you need an herbal pick-me-up.


2 ounces dried nettle leaf
1 ounce dried ginseng
8 cups water


  1. Bring two quarts of filtered water to a boil.
  2. Toss nettles into a mason jar, then fill it with boiling water. Allow the herbs to steep in water for at least 4 and up to 12 hours, then strain them from the infusion using a fine-mesh sieve or tea strainer


Cara Cara Oranges (peeled, seeded, cut into rings, & dusted with licorice powder)
Fennel Bulb sliced thin on a mandolin
Fresh Thai basil leaves
Sunflower sprouts
Toasted sunflower seeds


  1. Toss together ingredients, top with our Holy Basil Dressing.


Sign up for 15% off your next order.