Herbs and Essential Oils Super Bundle (2018)

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I am a big fan of the Ultimate Bundles products and proud to be an affiliate. Today marks the beginning of the 3rd Annual Herbs and Essential Oils Bundle! I've looked through the bundle ahead of time, in this post I'm going to share my favorites with you.

But first, here are the bullet point details:

  • Sale begins today (Wednesday, May 30th) and runs through to Monday June 4th
  • Price: $29.97
  • 33 Products valued at $537.57
  • Cost per product: $0.90 that's NINETY CENTS EACH!
  • Early Bird Bonus: When you purchase the bundle by Thursday night at midnight you get a Leather Diffuser Bracelet to go along with the Leather Diffuser Earrings!
  • Mark your calendar to attend the LIVE “Herb-Along” on Saturday June 2nd

Let's get started with Herbal Bitters!

Herbal Bitters: 12 Recipes to Strengthen Your Digestion

Herbal Bitters: 12 Recipes to Strengthen Your Digestion is written by experienced herbalist Rosalee de la Foret. In Herbal Bitters, Rosalee outlines the important role of bitters in the digestion process and gives you recipes to incorporate bitters into your life to support your digestion. Does your digestion need a little boost? You may find this e-book to be of great help in sorting out how to go about adding bitters into your routine.

Essential Oil Toolkit and Recipe Journals

Do you struggle with organizing your essential oil recipes and other related information? Chantal Bernard has developed the Essential Oil Toolkit and Recipe Journal which contains tips, charts, recipes (I especially liked the diffuser combinations) and a place for you to record your own favorite recipes in one organized spot.

In addition, there is a second journal by Tonia Lyons who is the creator of the Essential Oil Journal, a beautiful 30-page journal with recipes and pages to help you organize your recipes and supplies. Use one or both of these journals to make your essential oils really work for you. 


The Backyard Apothecary

Are you overwhelmed when it comes to medicinal herbs? Unsure of when to use a tincture or a tea or an infusion? Kathie Lapcevic’s The Backyard Apothecary will help you sort it out. ThIs e-book includes many recipes and is a great “getting started guide” if you want to know more more using herbs, this is a great addition to your library. 

Membership to The Herbarium at The Herbal Academy

Do you want to learn more about herbs and how to use them? You’re going to love your 1-Year Membership to The Herbarium by The Herbal Academy. Valued at $45, it's one of the products in the Ultimate Bundles Herbs and Essential Oils Super Bundle which is only $29.97! The Herbal Academy offers high quality, affordable herbal studies programs to empower you and and celebrate the community-centered spirit of herbalism by collaborating with a wide diversity of herbalists to create an herbal school that presents many herbal traditions and points of view. There are number of courses to choose from and you can make some great progress with your knowledge over the year. Get your Herbs and Essential Oils Bundle and immediate access to The Herbarium today.

The Guide to Herbs and Spices

Would you like to include more herbs and spices into your cooking and kitchen but are unsure how to use them? The Guide to Herbs and Spices by Irena Macri takes you through 40 popular culinary herbs and spices and includes their taste profiles and common cooking uses.

Salve Made Simple

Have you been looking for body care recipes that nourish your body rather than put more toxins into it? Then you’re going to love Salve Made Simple e-book by Jennifer of Hybrid Rasta Mama. You’ll get 30 recipes for different salves designed to aid in the healing of cracked heels, bug bites, sunburn, headaches, toothache, motion sickness, broken bones and everything in between! Free yourself from chemical toxins and do all of it for pennies on the dollar because you are making your own.


The Nerdy Farm Wife’s Guide to Bath Bombs

What do you think about bath bombs? Did you know it's possible to make your own and they would be all-natural? Using essential oils to natural colorants, herbal infusions and floral salts, Jan Berry is going to show you how in her e-book The Nerdy Farm Wife’s Guide to Bath Bombs. Bath bombs are fun to make and use, and terrific gifts! Jan shares tips and recipes and her own personal formulas you can use to create natural bath bombs.

Natural Remedies for Rookies

Imagine Natural Remedies for Rookies as a virtual chat over the backyard fence with your own neighbor, a wise older mom who has raised a bunch of kids with intention, trying to avoid unnecessary medications and being kind to the earth. Katie Kimball has collected stories from her community of families who have tackled various ailments naturally. It can be so helpful knowing what others have gone through (either successfully or unsuccessfully) to help us make our own decisions. Crowdsourced from the Kitchen Stewardship Community. 

If you buy today or tomorrow, you gain access to an extra EarlyBird bonus! In addition to the Leather Diffuser Earrings you also get the Leather Diffuser Bracelet from The Oil Collection. Combined value is $41 but you can get them both for shipping (est. $5.95).

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