Kind Botanicals is a women owned and run company whose goal is to provide plant-based supplements to support health and mindfulness for women. All products are made in our Northern Colorado facility and we pride ourselves on setting the standards for the highest quality hemp and adaptogenic formulations.
Just like so many Moms, we struggled to keep up with day to day responsibilities and also take care of our health. Caring for children while managing careers can seem impossible at times. Coupled with an ever seeming lack of extra time, self care moved to the bottom of our priority list. Eager to make a change, we sought out solutions to take care of our mental and physical health using plant-powered solutions. When we found hemp and adaptogenic (mushroom) compounds and experienced the benefits first hand, we knew we had to share it with other busy women.
Women are twice as likely to suffer from anxiety and related health concerns; the most important thing we can do for ourselves is to practice mindfulness and keep our bodies healthy. We’re pleased to offer a line of botanical solutions for common issues. We can’t wait to hear what you think.
-Trish and Chelsea
“My wish for you is that you continue. Continue to be who and how you are, to astonish a mean world with your acts of kindness. Continue to allow humor to lighten the burden of your tender heart.”
- Maya Angelou.
Our Senior Lab Director Tara Dorr is a highly intelligent and talented woman. She is a true architect of creativity when it comes to all of our products, and is a big reason why they are superior quality. Tara has been working in the Cannabis industry since 2015. She started her career as a Lab Technician specializing in extraction and post-process refinement. She has done a bit of everything from cultivation to operations. Over the years, she found her passion as a formulation specialist. With attention to every detail, she is passionate about creating innovative and clean KIND products for you!
“A single act of kindness throws out roots in all directions, and the roots spring up and make new trees.” —Amelia Earhart