Plant Serums LLC is a company that is all about products made with natural ingredients, plant-based resources, and integrity. Incorporating essential oils, unrefined oils, and butters, macerates, waxes, or hydrosols into our uniquely blended products. I also use a variety of wild harvested salts and clay from around the world. Recently, I have been harvesting all of my herbals from a local area farm, Eat 8 Flowers in McClouth, KS.

Plant Serums LLC is a member of the Alliance of International  Aromatherapists (AIA), and National Association for Holistic Aromatherapy (NAHA); promotes the safe use of essential oils. Our ingredients come from suppliers that support farmers using ethical sustainable and organic growing practices, and Fair Trade! Their products are either wild harvest, organic or non-sprayed. We are marketing affiliates with The School for Aromatic Studies, Aromahead Institute, Amazon, and Ology Essentials.

I am a Certified Aromatherapist having received my certification from the The School for Aromatic Studies. I have also received education from the Eclectic School of Herbal Medicine, Aromahead Institute and American College of Healthcare Sciences. I will create custom blends for a variety of issues, please see information on New Clients. Wholesale is available, as well as professional products for chiropractors or massage therapists, please email for more information.

We contribute to the following charities: Christian Motorcycle Association’s Run for the Son, Compassion International, and The Willow Domestic Violence Center in Lawrence, Kansas.

Plant Serums products are available in Lawrence, KS at: Lawrence Acupuncture and River City Chiropractic. In Overbrook, KS at PhylHarmonious Therapeutic Massage, LLC. Coming Soon to Eudorable in Eudora, KS.

Photo Credits: Moriah Ruth Photography

Ezekiel 47:12 – “Fruit trees of all kinds will grow on both banks of the river. Their leaves will not wither, nor will their fruit fail. Every month they will bear a fruit because the water from the sanctuary flows to them. Their fruit will serve for food and their leaves for healing.”