About Endless Herbs Natural Foods in Newport Maine

Endless Herbs and Natural Foods is a full service health food store at 134 Main Street in Newport, Maine. We offer Vitamins, Many Supplements, Herbs, Spices, Crystals, Jewelry, Classes and Holistic Services: Massage, Muscle Testing, Reflexology, Vegetarian, Vegan products.

We have been in business since 1997. Our first store was on the Moosehead Trail (rte. 7) but we have moved to a new location at 134 Main St., with more space for all your health needs and rooms for our reflexology, massage therapy, reiki, and herbal and other classes.

We have recently added the Sunshine Apothecary where we handcraft natural herbal products and remedies. Some of these products are available on our website and we will be adding more soon. You can come into the store and see our complete line of products.

Our website is in the process of being remodeled so please bear with us. If you have any questions, please use our contact page to call us or email us and we’ll get back to you just as quickly as we can. Thanks for stopping by and please come back again.

P.S.

Be sure to stop by and see what’s brewing in the Sunshine Apothecary. We make our own tinctures, oils, and natural products right in the store and you can watch and sample as we use all natural herbs and products daily. You never know what might be brewing from locally picked herbs like St. John’s Wort to Black Walnuts. We’d love to show you what we’re making.

31 Responses to About Endless Herbs Natural Foods in Newport Maine

  1. Mishaela says:

    Hello, I tried to send you an email at: deb@endlessherbs.com and it did not work. Is there another email address I could try?

  2. deene gauvin says:

    ih ave pahntom pain. any suggestions im going to take chaga now.. i just heard about it. i use plaintain vaseline mix on the surface

    • Katy says:

      Hello, Debi has created a product that is called pain creme as well as pain salve. Chaga well help for sure but we had a customer do a test on my pain creme who has cronic knee pain. He put the product on just one of his knees to do this test and he ended up being pain free for about 16 hours on that one knee. If you have any questions please feel free to contact us.

  3. Nichole Gallup says:

    When are you going to start up the Yoga classes again? What day of the week are they going to be on? Also how much are the classes? I am looking into trying Yoga for chronic back pain and was trying to find a place to go. Thanks for your time.
    Nichole

    • Katy says:

      Nichole, We have yoga classes on Thursdays from 6:00-7:30 which is an all level class including Yoga poses, breathing techniques and deep relazation/meditation for those with and without yoga experience. Our next class starts January 3 at Endless Herbs on 134 Main St. Newport. The fees are $55.00 per session which is 5 classes which is due on the 1st night of class or a $12.00 drop in fee. For previous clients it is $45.00 per session or $10.00 drop in fee. For a private instruction it is $35.00. We are also just starting a class on Wednesday nights which I will get the specifics for you and then let you know. Thank you for your interest.

  4. Dave Dunaway says:

    Do you have bulk erbs and spices for sale?

    Thanks for your help.

  5. Karen Darling says:

    I am interested in your wellness programs. I see you do yoga – I have never done it but am interested. I was doing circuit training but I have a hip problem which will not resolve itself. I need to resume activity and think this may be the avenue I need to follow. I live in Hartland and am 62 years old.

    • Katy says:

      Hello Karen, My name is Katy. I work at Endless Herbs, we have 2 yoga classes. One on Wednesday nights from 5:15-6:30 and another on Thursdays from 6:00- 7:30. Both of these classes are located here at Endless Herbs. If you have any further questions please feel free to contact us.

  6. Kathi Wing says:

    Do you carry Cambodia garcina and chia seeds? How much do they cost? Thank you Kathi Wing

    • Kathi Wing says:

      Sorry that is Pure Garciania Cambogia I was looking for.

      • wil l says:

        Hi Kathi
        Yes we carry both. Cambogia is 18.99 per bottle. Chia seeds are 13.99 per pound. If you have any more questions please feel free to call at 207-368-7743 and talk to me, Deb or Katy.

  7. donna nickerson says:

    Hello! I’m interested in natural oils. Do you sell these in your store?

    • Debi says:

      Hello Donna,
      Thanks for your interest. Yes we have many essential oils available. Stop in and visit us. Sorry it took so long to get this reply.

  8. Candice says:

    YOGA CLASSES
    All Level Class:
    A class including Yoga poses, breathing techniques and deep relaxation/meditation for those with and without Yoga experience.

    Time and Location:
    Thursdays 5:30– 7:00 PM
    Dec. 5, 12, and 19
    Endless Herbs 134 Main St. Newport

    Fees and Registration:
    $35.00 per session (3 classes) paid on 1st night of class or $12.00 drop-in fee
    $25.00 per session (previous clients)
    or $10.00 drop-in fee
    $35.00 per hour private instruction

    Instructor: Candice Russell, M.Ed., C.A.S. Certified Yoga Teacher 266-0716

    Increase strength and flexibility, reduce stress, and create health!

  9. Melony says:

    Do have a schedule for 2014’s yoga classes?

  10. Jennifer Harr says:

    Do you carry beet powder, woad or dried rose petals in bulk ?

    • Diane says:

      Hello Jennifer,
      I’m sorry it took so long to answer your question. We don’t stock any of those products but we can order them for you.
      Thanks for your interest and patience

  11. Beth Obie says:

    I just tried to sign up for your newsletter, but the link does not seem to be working. Also, I purchased the Chaga tea kit at the Bangor harvest Festival. I have two questions: Should it be heated to drink, or is room temp ok? And to reheat I assume stove top only, no microwave?

  12. Cheri Schriver says:

    Hello I am new to the area and looking for a quick source of bulk herbs to use in my medicinal recipes. Dom you carry bulk herbs for purchase?

  13. CS:GO says:

    Wow, gorgeous portal. Thnx ..

  14. Erica leighton says:

    Hello my name is Erica and I just recently moved here in Newport. I am interested in finding out if there are any employment opportunities happening in your store

  15. Pam says:

    Hi.. I just purchased some Chaga tea at the UMO craft fair.. I was thinking it would be in the form of tea leaves.. It is a powder.. How do I use this? Can I just add to hot water & let steep? Thanks for your time.

    • Debi says:

      Did your bag have directions? Keep the chaga right in that Muslim bag. Get a stainless steel pot put ONE of those muslim bags with a gallon of distilled water.. bring it to a boil then reduce it to low heat and let simmer for 30 minutes.

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