There are only a few biodynamic farms in the Western Cape and South Africa. It is a practice sometimes overlooked and misunderstood by the larger community. 

Some of the main principles and objectives are to create a balanced ecosystem to enhance soil health, plant fertility, a less stressful environment for animals and to use as little external inputs as possible.

For more information on Biodynamic Agriculture visit the useful links below:

Biodynamic Agricultural Association of South Africa

Biodynamic Certification

Byodynamic: For Farmers

Below you will find a link to the TOPIC (Testing of Products Initiated by Consumers) website. It is an organisation that test the authenticity of natural and organic products. If there is any product that claims to be natural and you feel it is not so, you can then contact TOPIC and nominate that specific product to be tested.