Capsule coating

disapointed they switched from pullulan vegetarian capsules to gelatin capsules
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#1659769 Review #1659769 is a subjective opinion of poster.
Location
Great Neck, New York
Reason of review
Bad quality

WILD HARVEST CALENDULA SALVE

I found this product works ONLY if used on occasion, but not with repeated use. I researched each ingredient to figure out why, and found out why. It contains an ingredient known to cause skin barrier damage. I alerted the company to this in hopes they would consider replacing the ingredient with a safer one, gave them links to controlled studies backing up my assertion, and their answer to me was "the jury is still out". I have to question their ethics when they ignore the information I sent them, and they continue to sell this product knowing full well it can possibly be harmful as per their admittance that "the jury is still out". Which I felt was a cop out answer in the first place. Most products marketed for the skin contain skin barrier damaging ingredients, and it is counter productive to have ingredients that heal the skin mixed with ingredients that damage the skin. I have researched various moisturizers and other related products for damaged skin for many years, and the safest ones are organic palm oil (Spectrum shortening), and organic Shea butter. I would not buy any product made by Wild Harvest ever again.
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#1000417 Review #1000417 is a subjective opinion of poster.
Reason of review
Poor customer service

Short Review on January 22, 2017

Oregon's wild harvest rhidiola is not toxic and good quality .I take reviews with a grain of salt because it's a practice of the competition to slander each other so I go based on my own experiences with the products.
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#995330 Review #995330 is a subjective opinion of poster.
Reason of review
Good quality

The Truth about Oregon's Wild Harvest

Oregon's Wild Harvest owns and operates a 400 acres+ farm just outside of Redmond, OR. Making the statement, "OWH and others...buy from Asia", is not accurate and clearly demonstrates a lack of knowledge and understanding. I've been to the farm, so I am completely aware of the "seed to shelf" philosophy of OWH. While it's true that certain OWH product formulas require OWH to import certain plant material not available on the farm or in the USA. That imported material is tested and deemed contaminant free by either the USDA Certified Organic or Oregon Tilth Certified Organic or both. Also fair to mention that all OWH material is deemed 100% California Prop 65 compliant before it ever reaches the production line. US law requires each serving size contain a clinically verified therapeutic dose of the biologically active constituents BEFORE a "structure function" is allowed anywhere on the label. OWH product labels each contain a lawful and accurate structure function claim compliant with US law. PLease be mindful that is likely that the slanderous/untruthful "reviews" submitted to this website originate within the ranks of OWH competitors who do not test and do not comply with US law. Do your homework before you make your purchase.
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#1270510

Wby dont you just make your own formulas? Buy each herb seperate.

Then you WILL NOT WORRY ABOUT SUCH!

Where else can you get FAIR prices and 95 percent pure hebs????? ANYHOW!!??

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#913896 Review #913896 is a subjective opinion of poster.
Location
Los Angeles, California
Pros
  • Purity of oregons wild harvest herbs
  • Purchasing oregons wild harvest herbs
Reason of review
Fair pricing

Oregons Wild Harvest - legitimate/

I read the lengthy Complaint about this company. (It was written by a person poorly educated, many spelling mistakes.) The review was, however, thorough and brought up many issues that relate to ALL producers of herbal, botanical and similar Supplements. Many of these Companies have no real way of backing up their claims, in fact few even make any claims, only legal disclaimers! All us consumers are ON OUR OWN. It's a *** Shoot. Reviews by users, posted often in Amazon, are meaningless. YOU MUST DO YOUR OWN RESEARCH. The reviewer did NOT state what he/she purchased from OWH, or what problem or problems resulted, if any. I thought this was an important omission. My one phone call to CS at OWH was promptly answered by a very energetic, knowledgeable and helpful man who had a great deal of information about Saw Palmetto/Pygeum and did not hesitate to answer my technical Q's. Of course OWH and all the other Sellers of these products BUY FROM ASIA and other locations. How else would they get Asian plant material? It is true that most companies do NOT have the resources to personally visit production facilities overseas. Big US electronic firms and footwear sellers in the same boat, do not look for child labor etc. I don't think they care. The PROOF is in the use of the product. Pay attention to legitimate user reviews on neutral web sites like www.webmd.com and www.nih.gov. Finally, prescription drugs are a mania in this country, NEARLY ALL OF THEM USE COMPONENTS MADE IN FOREIGN COUNTRIES, many in unclean production facilities, I am told by my physician, so the Supplements industry is no worse or better by and large.
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#809931 Review #809931 is a subjective opinion of poster.
Location
Huxley, Iowa
Reason of review
Good customer service

Deceptive Advertising *** Oregon's Wild Harvest *** Deceptive Marketing *** Unethical Business Practices

Oregon's Wild Harvest touts that they have farming roots and that they manufacture all of their products. This is simply misleading and untrue. They barely grow the majority of their products. They never visit the locations in which they purchase the bulk product (something you or I can easily). They do not co-farm with other farms to know what they are doing or how they are practicing. It is a bunch of gibberish that they engage in to deceive buyers who desire organic ethical products. They engage in unethical marketing to lead us to believe that they do this. Their farm tours are staged yearly events. There is no professional seed saving. I've been on the tour and asked. And, if you press Randy for the answers he doesn't answer and they gloss over the truth. Buyers need to know the real truth behind this smoke and mirrors operation. Do your own research it will be shocking to see the truth.
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#719508 Review #719508 is a subjective opinion of poster.
Location
Redmond, Oregon
Cons
  • Untruthful business practices
  • Bad quality
  • Do not farm 90 percent of their products
Reason of review
Not as described/ advertised