Monday, December 10, 2018

Restoring the Garden: DIY Apothecary Kits {& Giveaway!}




Sweet friends, do you ever feel that learning about herbs and making your own products from them can be overwhelming?

I wanted to share that I just found a quick way to simplify that!


Restoring the Garden is a wonderful way to learn about using God's gifts for healing to wholeness with their all inclusive DIY apothecary kits.

I recently got a chance to check one out--I got to try the Biblical Herbs and Oils Kit.  I just want to say that I  *LOVE* the idea of simplicity behind it. It made me feel that even I, a busy mom of nine who is limited on time, can really do this thing!

Here is what really stood out to me:

Beautiful - everything from the pretty packaging right down to the lovely products so they would even make great gifts.

Practical - it is simple and easy to use for anyone.

Helpful - the little notebook included in the kit shows you how to use everything in more than one way.

Teaches you - the directions are simple and straightforward--no hard to understand terms and also explains where in the Bible the herbs are mentioned. I really liked that.

Saves Time - everything you need is included, so no running around wasting time trying to shop for what you need because it is all there.


Here are a few pictures I took so you can see for yourself:


















(My Joy sharing the Nettle & Beeswax packages)

With their special kits, you can learn how to make a variety of preparations including:
  • Liniments
  • Salves and balms
  • Tinctures
  • Oil infusions
  • Herbal infusions
  • Syrups
  • Baths

What I really like, other than the convenience is that once you learn how to use these you are learning how to take care of yourself not just once but for a lifetime.  I am so grateful for a chance to learn more about it now!


They also have other helpful kits including:

Elderberry Kit
Chamomile Kit
Lavender Flower Kit
Lemon Balm Kit
Comfrey Leaf Kit
The Passion Flower Kit
The Robin's Kit
The Sparrow Kit

and you can find even more HERE.









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***THE GIVEAWAY***


The sweet folks over at Restoring the Garden would like to give away their lovely Elderflower Kit!








What’s Inside?
Everything You Need To Make Your Own:
  1. Tincture
  2. Syrup
Elderflower is another great way to boost your immune system. It is antiviral, a relaxing nervine, a relaxing diaphoretic, diuretic, skin protectant and antioxidant. That’s a lot of power for a tiny little flower. The two main areas elderflower excels in are promoting healthy skin and reducing fevers. Being a diaphoretic, it encourages sweating during illness to safely reduce a fever. This is a major player during flu season. A strong infusion of elderflower at the first sign of illness can help immensely. Since elderflower encourages sweating, it acts as a natural detoxifier for the skin, which is extremely clarifying. Made into a tea or syrup, elderflower an be a great way to increase intake of antioxidants as well as decrease inflammation.
Elderflower Tincture
A tincture is a concentrated liquid extract that is meant to be taken internally. You will be making a vegetable glycerin tincture from the herb in your Elderflower kit.
Elderflower Syrup
A syrup can be wonderful for bitter tasting herbs, and for helping make herbal preparations more enjoyable for children. It is a thickened infusion that has been sweetened with honey. It is best to use a local honey for maximum benefits, so your kits do not include the honey. Syrups are also great for replacing sweetener for coffee and tea, on pancakes and waffles, and on fruit and deserts. Delicious and good for you!
*We recommend that you consult with a licensed healthcare practitioner before using any herbal product.
*These statements have not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration. They are not intended to diagnose, treat, cure, or prevent any illness or disease. The statements made by Restoring the Garden are for educational purposes only.



YOU CAN ENTER BELOW---it's easy!!!

Please note--if you win the giveaway and made a purchase of the kit below you will be fully reimbursed if you win!


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These kits also make great gifts for the holidays--you can find them all at Restoring the Garden.




I hope you win!









23 comments:

Anonymous said...

What a great idea! Such a sweet simplicity we need more of!!

savannha said...

I love the benefits of elderberry! How cool to be able to make it ourselves with this beautiful kit!

Anonymous said...

This is a wonderful idea! We use elderberry syrup daily.

Ashley said...

Wow it looks beautiful! Like the idea

Vickie's Kitchen and Garden said...

I love the idea of learning more about Elderberry. I have recently made some syrup and it has really helped

Anonymous said...

I would love to try the Chamomile Kit! Sounds refreshing and relaxing!

Blackmom said...

Would love to try the lavender...this sounds like an awesome company!

Darcy Carmichael said...

I would like to try the elderberry and lavender kits!

Anonymous said...

I'd like to try the lemon balm kit. Thanks for the chance to win the elderberry kit!

Anonymous said...

I love elderberry, but II woul love to try the lavender kit!

Anonymous said...

I love the idea of the kit being Biblically based and how lovely it looks.

PATTIPEANUT said...

Either the Elderberry flowers or the lavender flower kits.

Anonymous said...

I'd love to try the Echinacea kit. The increase in blood would be extremely beneficial.

Gigi's Blog said...

I love herbal remedies and would love to have an option to learn more about elderflowers. Thank you!

Karen said...

I am really interested in the elderberry kit. I’ve heard so many great things about elderberries lately.

Kristy said...

We love elderberry for flu, but haven't made ours for this year yet. This would be perfect!

Anonymous said...

Biblical kit!

Countrified Hicks said...

What a wonderful kit. Thanks for the opportunity to win it.

Grace P said...

Oh the elderberry kit sounds so neat, I would love to learn more about elderberries and how it can help in the healing process when sick or just under the weather. Thank you!

Anna said...

I would be interested in the arnica kit, my midwife used an arnica oil during my son's birth. She sent it home with me and I continued to use it for muscle healing.

Amanda Patterson said...

This is great!

Christy Spurlock said...

Lemon Balm Kit would be my first choice. LOVE the idea!

Cassandra D. said...

The Echinacea Angustifolia Root Kit.

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