The word apothecary has a rich history and one that originally did not include making or selling pharmaceuticals. The original Greek, apothēkē, means a repository or storehouse and represents a building rather than a person. Then Latin became the word of the day and their apothecarius was a shopkeeper. It wasn’t until it reached the English and French tongue that the word became associated with medicine and those that dispense. Today’s true apothecaries are compounding or specialty pharmacies where items are made individually for patients.
I am not a pharmacist and this is not a pharmacy; what is offered are products and services of a different sort ~ these items are individually crafted, soothing mind, body, and soul.