Herbal Nurturing: A Family Healing & Learning Guide GIVEAWAY

Are any of you unhappy with your doctors or pediatricians?  Do you think maybe you can take some control of your health and the health of your family by doing things a little more naturally?

Last year about this time, Val had an infected toe.  Now I’m not talking about a little cut that was a tad oozy.  I’m talking about her entire toe turning green!  We went the pediatrician, who happened to be out of town, and we had to deal with his fill-in.  She was not polite, she took a sample, told me the results would be in on Monday because of course it was a Friday, and even rudely asked me if I was going to breastfeed in front of her.  Okay, I’m getting off of my soap box.  She told me to just give Val some antibiotics and to be on our way.

Well, maybe she should have just told me this over the phone.  I could’ve guessed that’s what she would have done.  So we called our chiropractor – who we should have called first.  He told us about a homemade salve to fight infection, we made it, and within a few days it was HEALING!  Drastically!  Without antibiotics that would change the healthy flora of her gut.

These things work, and I wanted this book because I wanted to make a stash of goodies to keep on hand in case of scrapes and even when Mama just needs a soak.  In barely any time at all, I made three different soothers from Michele’s recipes to start my healing stash.

I bought some ingredients and containers from Rose Mountain Herbs and Tropical Traditions.

And this is what I made!

I am happy to announce that I am giving away

one copy of

Herbal Nurturing by Michele at Frugal Granola!

This eBook covers a lot of things from salves to teas and

syrups to lip balms.  It’s a great companion

for a family who wants to get well

naturally!

To enter leave separate comments for more chances to win:

1.  What you would like to learn from this book?

2.  Like Frugal Granola on Facebook.

3.  Like Making a Home and Family on Facebook.

4.  Post about this giveaway on your blog and leave the link in a comment.

For those of you who can’t wait

for the giveaway,

use FAMILY25 when you get your

Herbal Nurturing book for 25% off!

The giveaway will be announced on

Friday around 8pm CST.

Good luck!

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16 Responses
  1. Lynn says:

    I have three boys who we largely treat at home. I’m always looking for extra tips and ideas!

  2. Megan says:

    I have recently had a bad experience with my pediatrician my 2 yr old little boy has had a cold for three weeks and doctor kept saying it’s just a cold and sending us home, well last Thursday he put him on a breathing treatment and antibiotic, cone to find out yesterday the audiologist said he might have a ear infection because of all the wax in his ear and couldn’t get an accurate reading on his hearing test. I would love to learn how to help my little one on nights where he is up screaming because a cold has him congested. And if I get more ideas or other things then that’s great too.

  3. Meli says:

    Great giveaway!
    I’m always looking for good information on natural and herbal healing. We’re usually running to the help books once something happens … it would be wonderful to have a “recipe book” to, as you put it, make a stash of goodies! :-)

  4. Christie Curry says:

    I am a mother of five children. I home school all five of them ages raging from 16 all the way down to 6! I am always looking for home remedies and ways to live more natural. I am still on the path of learning myself…always looking for new ideas, new ways of simplifying my life and my family\’s. This book could really come in handy. I have always hated taking my children to the pediatrician. I feel interrogated and belittled, and as you said, walking out thinking \

  5. Alicia says:

    Hey Mama
    Love that you’re doing this giveaway. I have taken a lot of over the counter products out of our home but would love to learn to make things like salves and balms for my family’s skin.

  6. Alicia says:

    I like Frugal Granola on Facebook :)

  7. Alicia says:

    AND I liked Making a Home & Family on Facebook

  8. Molly Lemen says:

    liked making a home and family on facebook!

  9. Holly says:

    I’m a struggling single mom of a 3 1/2 year old daughter. She has a hard time falling asleep (for me), has persistnat dry skin that itches to the point of sores at times. I’d like to find ways to help her get some releaf.

  10. Holly says:

    Does anyone have any suggestions for a very headstrong 3 1/2 year old?? She listens great for everyone but me, I’m at the end of my ropes..Advise is always welcome!!!

  11. Tracey says:

    I have 5 young children at home! 2 of them have asthma, and I would love some tips on warding off colds (which always move to their lungs)!

  12. Tracey Catanach says:

    I liked Frugal Granola on fb!

  13. Tracey says:

    I liked Making a Home and Family on fb!

  14. Meli says:

    Liked Frugal Granola on Facebook :-)

  15. Heather says:

    I am trying to shape my family into being a little more natural. I also like knowing the ingredients of the things we put on and in our bodies. This sounds like a great book!

  16. Angie says:

    Thanks for the opportunity to win this book! I’m always looking for ways to treat my family holistically AND practically. Anything I learn from this book will be useful with four boys and a husband running around getting sore throats and catching colds! I’ve “LIKED’ both Frugal Granola and Making a Home and Family on Facebook & this is the link to my blog post:
    http://agreenerupstate.blogspot.com/2010/12/herbal-nurturing-family-healing.html
    Thanks-and have a Merry Christmas!

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