By herb antenna, I assume you mean something similar to the Mohu Leaf antennas for plugging into a Roku TV.
Here is some of the best internet searches to get reviews:
"NY Times Wirecutters best indoor HDTV Antenna"
"CNET Best TV Antenna for 2022'
Both go into detail about what antennas they liked best and why.
An app on Google Play store called "Antenna Point" may also be extremely helpful. I had a friend put a leaf style antenna on the wall which resulted in being placed such that the *side* of the antenna was being used to pick up the over the air transmission. This didn't work well. Turning the antenna to face the TV transmitter made things work much better.
Of all the antennas in our latest round of testing, the Antennas Direct ClearStream Flex was the most consistent performer. It always ranked at or near the top in the number of channels received, and in our technical tests it produced a strong signal with relatively low noise.
I have a yagi antenna about 7 feet long hanging from the ceiling of my garage, which places it 12' above the ground, and my home is about 400' above the valley to the north. Most of the TV transmitting antennas I can receive are no more than about 25 miles away, and the signal is satisfactory. On occasion, I can actually get a watchable signal from a transmitter about 90 miles away. But it's not a dependable signal, so not a station I keep programmed in my tuners.
Small TV antennas that install inside the home will never have much range, regardless of any amplifier or other method of boosting a signal. 25-30 miles is the best one can hope for, assuming a clear line of sight to the TV transmitter site. Even with my antenna, e one site that is not always watchable, and it's only 20 miles away. But there's terrain between my home and that transmitter, so I take what I can get with it. My HDHomeRun Flex 4K is the strongest tuner I have, so it's the one I use for OTA recording.