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Woman-Owned Seedtime Farmacy Steps In and Gives Back to Frontline Workers

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Seedtime Farmacy® (www.seedtimefarmacy.com) recently donated $1,200 worth of natural herbal products to workers on the front lines, including nurses at Tanner Medical Center and food service professionals at a national food manufacturer. The company was started in 2019 by Dori Marietta after she formulated alternatives to the commonly used over-the-counter medications her family relied on for relief of common ailments.

Marietta says, “Because faith is central to Seedtime Farmacy’s mission, being generous is foundational to who we are as a company. It is even more vital right now in the midst of this pandemic.”

Seedtime Farmacy offers a line of herbal tinctures, teas and salves for sale at www.seedtimefarmacy.com. The product line can be used as natural health support for common ailments like headaches, bodyaches, joint discomfort and much more.

After learning about the potentially harmful side effects of common over-the-counter medications, Marietta searched for a better solution for her family. She notes, “It’s so important to balance the way we care for our health: it’s not natural health versus modern medicine. By empowering ourselves with the knowledge and the products to deal with common ailments at home, we can all be a little less of a burden right now to the healthcare system.”

Customers from all over the country can order products for common ailments at www.seedtimefarmacy.com. The company is upholding the strictest quality control to ensure safe production and shipping practices. Seedtime Farmacy also offers free local pick up, with staggered timing to allow for thorough sanitation from the pickup site. The facilities in Winston, GA conform to the highest quality standards.

*Seedtime Farmacy is a registered trademark of Dori Martin Marietta.

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