Organic Digestive Elixir– Help your digestive system help you by treating it to a digestive elixir. You will learn how to make your own digestive elixir using herbs that can be grown or found locally.
Organic Elderberry Syrup - Black elderberries have a rich history in herbal medicine and elderberry syrup is a must-have in any natural cold and flu medicine chest. Elderberry syrup gained significant attention in the natural health community shortly after the H1N1 flu outbreak when a study was released demonstrating its ability to effectively inhibit this widespread strain of the flu. Learn how to make your own elderberry syrup for you and your family.
Fire Cider - This is a popular herbal folk remedy. The tasty combination of vinegar infused with herbs is an especially pleasant and easy way to boost natural health processes, stimulate digestion, and get you nice and warmed up on cold days. You can even use this amazing product as a salad dressing.
Organic First Aid Salve - Salves are such a simple, effective, and useful way to take in herbal goodness! They can easily be slipped into a purse, pocket, or first aid kit. Although semi-solid at room temperature, salves soften once applied to the skin, making them less messy than oils. They also make great gifts. Plus, salves can be crafted for a wide variety of topical uses.
Organic Lip Balm - Create your own lip balm either tinted or non tinted with natural ingredients. These botanical lip balms are a treat for the lips! Extremely rich, creamy, conditioning and smooth. Each tube is hand poured in small batches and crafted with the highest quality natural ingredients. They also make great gifts.
Organic Bug Spray – Learn how to make your own organic bug spray for your body free of chemicals using essential oils. Learn how to also make your own bug spray for your home use.
Organic Peppermint Cooling Mist – During the summer months or after a sweaty workout, this product is a great way to cool off. Learn how to make this mist using essential oils.
Handmade Soap - Learn how to make your own soap. Your skin will benefit from using soap that is created with natural oils and butters instead of one made with a concoction of synthetic chemicals and detergents. After using handmade soap your skin should feel soft and supple, not dry and tight as is often the case after using commercial soaps.