With a sage staff and an extensive organic selection, The Herbalist stands as a destination for Seattleites seeking herbal therapy and unadulterated teas. The Herbalist has manufactured its own herbal medicines for more than 25 years, including products such as the Ache-Less Rub ($14.95), which relieves pains associated with sitting motionless on exercise balls and punching the TV into submission. The committed, ingenious staff can guide you through rows of body-bolstering ills killers.
Foodies stocks about 120 mostly-organic grocery items, encompassing gluten-free, vegan, and vegetarian wares, as well as drive-thru espresso. Give undercaffeinated bodies a much-needed jolt with Foodies' extensive espresso menu; customize coffee drinks by factors including size (12–20 oz.), amount of foam, and number of shots. Adorn drinks with caramel, milk- and white-chocolate syrup, or add a different flavoring agent such as coconut, chocolate mint, pomegranate, or pumpkin pie, ideal for remaining alert to spontaneous outbreaks of autumn. Foodies makes its coffee drinks with organic milk and Caffé Umbria espresso, unlike earth-unfriendly instant coffees powered by disposable batteries; a caramel-drizzled, rice milk latte sates non-dairy-based sweet teeth ($5.20 for 16 oz.).