Christmas Gifts and Guest Posting

  Today I’m Guesting posting for my good friend, Angela at Hidden Treasures.  Won’t you join me?
I’m discussing colds, flus and ear infections.  ‘Tis the season for these uncomfortable conditions.  Do you know you can easily put a stop to them at home?
Need a Last Minute Gift?

Christmas is only a few days away ~ this is the most wonderful time of the year! ๐Ÿ™‚  You may realize that you don’t have a gift for one of your parents, or nieces etc….

Here is a quick, easy gift!  An electronic gift card sent to your email, which you can pass on to anyone! You can email it to your recipient, or print it out and put it in a card.  They come in $5, $10, $25, $50 or $100 amounts.  I don’t know about you, but I would love to have a gift card to the Bulk Herb Store! ๐Ÿ™‚

You also want to be sure to check out their holiday specials!
 Buy this gourmet collection and save $7.02!  It contains:
Buy this Holiday Spice Collection and save $20.75!
 If bought separately these Herbs would cost $44.70
Contains one half pound (0.5 lb.) of each of the following spices:

Cinnamon Bark Powder
Cinnamon Sticks
Orange Peel
Lemon Peel
Red Rose Petals
 Buy this tea collection and save $39.75!
If purchased separately these Teas would cost $69.70.
This is such a healthy, yummy collection of teas!
Contains a half pound of: 
Sweet Orange Tea
This tea mix is rich in fluoride which helps reduce tooth decay. Combats stomach and skin cancer, and boosts the immune system. Contains vitamin C, minerals and anti-oxidants, helps to fight colds, cough and flu.
Ginger Snap Tea
Ginger has been used in Chinese medicine for over 2,000 years as a remedy for digestive disorders, nausea, fever, coughing, diarrhea, rheumatism and lumbago. Studies of ginger root have shown the plant prevents motion sickness, thins blood, lowers cholesterol, forestalls the flu and prevents cancer in animals.
Lemon Drop Tea 
The properties in this tea mix are amazing; they help reduce muscle spasms, colds, flu, and fever, increases circulation, high in vitamin C, promotes sleep and lowers stress.
Christmas Tea Blend
 This delightful blend of spices, united with black tea and hibiscus, truly captures the essence of Christmas. Hibiscus has a tart, fruity taste. It is used in many teas because of its burst of flavor. Egyptians used it to calm muscle spasms associated with heart and nerve disease. Hibiscus is often added to bulk laxatives to help calm muscle spasms.
One pound of: 
Creamy Pumpkin Pie Tea
One herb in this tea is red rooibos.  This herb contains a high level of minerals and antioxidants, including copper, iron, potassium, calcium, fluoride, zinc, manganese, alpha-hydroxy (great for the skin), and magnesium. The tea acts as an anti-spasmodic agent to relieve stomach cramps and colic in infants, boosts the immune system, and helps with nervous tension, allergies, and digestive problems.
Let’s all keep herbs in our diets that promote good health, and I wish you a very  

Merry Christmas!

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