Bridge the Nutrition Gap with Juice Plus+®

Tower Gardens® &
Tower Farms

Buy Seedlings for Your Garden

Natural Bath & Beauty Products

At Gwaltney Supply Company, we are passionate about plants, sustainability and the health of people in our community.

We believe in the Power of Plants – so we spend our days…

  • Growing Non-GMO seedlings
  • Growing nutrient-dense produce using the same technology NASA uses
  • Educating schools and community groups on aeroponic growing
  • Creating plant based beauty products

Arnica Flower

Arnica flowers are often called Mountain Daisies due to their similar appearance to a daisy. Arnica flowers, unlike the daisy, could be considered a self-contained natural first aid kit due to their various medicinal properties. Packed with thymol, helenalin, and linoleic acid there are many benefits to using the extract from the Arnica flower. Excellent Source of Anti-Inflammatory Properties Reduces Inflammation Relieve Arthritis Solution to Muscle Soreness Effective Treatment for Bruises...

Romaine Lettuce (Cos)

Romaine lettuce, also known as Cos lettuce, has long, broad, upright leaves that hold themselves bunched together as they mature. Although romaine varieties are well known for the hearts at the center of the heads, the outer leaves can also be used in salads, as a tortilla substitute for wraps, and are delicious grilled. Romaine lettuce is crisp and juicy, with a sweetness unmatched by other lettuce types. (1) This nutrient-rich vegetable is an excellent source of minerals and antioxidants and...

Are you eating inflammatory foods?

Health-conscious people are curious and deeply involved in their food choices. I consider the healthfulness of all the food I bring into my home. Instinctively I’m asking myself: How processed is it? How much carbohydrate, protein, and fiber does it have? What’s the glycemic index? There’s another question I should be asking. How does this food affect inflammation? Why should I add this question? Some foods contribute to inflammation, while others combat it. Acute vs Chronic Inflammation Acute...

Red Butterhead Lettuce

This red or some say purple beauty resembles a flowering rose with a soft texture, and sweet, mild taste. Eating the rainbow is easy with lettuce that is so visibly and tastefully pleasing. Butterhead of any variety is good in a salad, on sandwiches, or make it the star by creating a lettuce wrap. Butterhead lettuces last for an extended period in the refrigerator if the entire head with roots is harvested. By simply keeping the roots damp and pulling leaves as you need them this lettuce will...

7 Reasons to Buy Local

Fresher More Nutritious Food Is Available Locally Once picked, produce loses nutrients, so we want to pick and eat as quickly as possible, right? Sadly, much of our produce is shipped long distances which requires picking before it’s ripe, and before it has reached its full nutrition potential, then that produce begins to lose the nutrients it has the to moment it is picked. Next, that produce is forced to ripen using ethylene gas. Local produce is packed with nutrition because it was picked...

7 Reasons to eat with the Seasons

Better taste – Out of season produce is picked before it is ripe so it can be shipped thousands of miles and/or days before sitting in the produce section for days. More health benefits- Out of season produce is picked early for longer shipment. Studies have shown that the less fresh fruits and vegetables are, the less nutrients they have. Less cost- Supply and demand… Environmentally friendly-Buying in season from a local farm produces a smaller carbon footprint Community Support- Eating...

Cranberries for the skin

Cranberries are considered a super food because they are a rich source of vitamins, minerals, antioxidants, and phytonutrients. They are good for our cardiovascular health, known to heal stomach inflammation, prevent urinary tract infections, avoid respiratory infection, strengthen bones and teeth, and aid weight loss. As if that wasn’t enough, cranberries are beneficial for our skin and hair too. Acne and Blemishes- The anti-inflammatory and anti-viral properties of cranberries help to treat...

Easter Egg Dye made with Fruits, Vegetables, and Roots

Being creative is a part of the Easter Egg fun. This year (since we all have more time) take that creativity to the next level by making your own dyes out of fruits, vegetables, and roots. Anything food that stains your hands while you are preparing it will stain eggs. 1-2 cups Spinach, Beets, Red cabbage, Blueberries 2-Tablespoons Turmeric, Chili powder, Paprika 7-Onion skins, 1-Red zinger tea bag The process: Put 2 cups of water in a saucepan Add coloring agent Bring water to a boil, and...

7 Reasons to use Cucumber for your Eyes

The cooling effect of the cucumber juice can give skin a refreshed look and feel. Cucumbers are rich in vitamin C and folic acid which is a B vitamin found in leafy green vegetables, broccoli, beets, oranges, beans, and lentils. Vitamin C can stimulate new cell growth, while folic acid stimulates antioxidants which help your skin fight off environmental toxins that can make eyes appear puffy or tired. Reduce swelling and puffiness Prevents irritation of the eyes Reduces dark circles Refreshes...

Juice Plus+ Clinical Research

If you don’t have time to grow your own fruits and vegetables we’ve got you covered, and we have the research to prove it! Clinical research has showcased the benefits of adding Juice Plus+ to your diet. More than 30 Juice Plus+ research studies have been conducted in leading hospitals and universities around the world, the studies listed below are currently in progress: University of Cambridge, United Kingdom is determining whether Juice Plus+ can promote blood vessel elasticity, reduce...

Want to stay in touch?

You can get our periodic newsletters for fun information.

* indicates required