WBulk Apothecary was founded in mid 2010 as a small brick & mortar specialty retailer in Streetsboro, Ohio and has since grown to become one of the nation’s largest online suppliers of natural ingredients and essential oils. Our main focus from the beginning was soap and candle making supplies, but word of our fantastic prices, amazing quality and excellent customer service spread. Within 3 years, we expanded our offering to a wide range of specialty ingredients and vitamin supplements and had a dominant online presence that was growing by the day. Today, we still operate our small store in Streetsboro, Ohio but also have an online presence that’s growth is nothing short of amazing. This growth has come from a strong focus on our 5 founding principles.We source the finest quality ingredients and supplies from ethical producers around the world. We supply all of our products at market leading prices with no gimmicks. We never sacrifice quality for price. The customer is always right and customers should always be treated the way our customer service reps would like to be treated. Appreciate every customer, large and small and do your best to service them.From our experience if you stick to your principles, the business will take care of itself. These beliefs have allowed us to do great things. We now also have Nature’s Oil line of products under our corporate umbrella. Nature’s Oil is a complete line of natural oils and supplements that can be found in your local health food, grocery, and craft store. Apothecary (/əˈpɒθɪkəri/) is one term for a medical professional who formulates and dispenses materia medica to physicians, surgeons, and patients. The modern pharmacist (also colloquially referred to as a chemist in British English) has taken over this role. In some languages and regions, the word “apothecary” is still used to refer to a retail pharmacy or a pharmacist who owns one. Apothecaries’ investigation of herbal and chemical ingredients was a precursor to the modern sciences of chemistry and pharmacology. In addition to dispensing herbs and medicine, the apothecary offered general medical advice and a range of services that are now performed by other specialist practitioners, such as surgeons and obstetricians. Apothecary shops sold ingredients and the medicines they prepared wholesale to other medical practitioners, as well as dispensing them to patients. In seventeenth century England, they also controlled the trade of tobacco which was imported as a medicine.Apothecary derives from the Ancient Greek word ἀποθήκη (apothḗkē, “a repository, storehouse”) via Latin apotheca (“repository, storehouse, warehouse”), Medieval Latin apothecarius (“storekeeper”), and eventually Old French apotecaire.