Herbal Nurturing: A Family Healing & Learning Guide (A Giveaway)

Herbal Nurturing: A Family Healing & Learning Guide (A Giveaway)

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Guest Post Written by Michele of Frugal Granola

Have you been inspired by this “Month of Natural Home Remedies & Illness Prevention” on Keeper of the Home? I love the wealth of wisdom all the writers have contributed, to assist us in blessing our families!

If you are wondering where to start, and how to incorporate natural remedies into your homemaking routines, I would love to invite you into my kitchen with a glimpse into my new book, “Herbal Nurturing: A Family Healing & Learning Guide:”

“Slippery Elm. Tea Tree. Lavender. Rose Hips. Peppermint. Chamomile.

These comforting smells (and more!) surround our family on a daily basis, as we nurture wellness in everyday life. Many of our favorite herbal remedies come fresh from our garden or the surrounding wilderness of our rural home.

I would love to invite you into my kitchen, to stand at the stove with me, with children underfoot, as we sip herbal tea and mix up the latest “brew” for our families and friends. It is my hope that this book will serve as a “friend along the journey” toward wellness, and assist you in equipping your family for life-long learning.

As we prepare and administer natural remedies, our family savors the opportunity to participate in the miracle of God’s healing. God designed plants to miraculously use nutrients in soil, sun, and water to produce healing properties for our bodies. What a blessing!

We strive to honor our Creator in our stewardship of this incredible blessing, as we seasonally plant, harvest, store, and partake. Herbal remedies can be a natural and affordable option in the midst of a society filled with expensive, chemical-filled “medicalized” treatments.

In your pursuit of wellness, I urge you to always seek the root of any issue; don’t merely try to treat symptoms without ascertaining the cause. Strive for holistic wellness, with a strong foundation of nourishing real foods (make sure to rule out food allergies/sensitivities!), rest, fresh air, exercise, prayer/worship, chiropractic maintenance, and supplements (such as cod liver oil and probiotics).”

herbal nurturingAs our family has pursued simple living over the years, we have enjoyed blessing our family and friends with the gift of natural remedies. We love sharing the joy of discovering God’s creation, as well as serving others alongside our children.

Whether you are feeling intimidated by preparing herbs for the first time, or just looking for some additional resources to use your existing herbal pantry, the goal of “Herbal Nurturing” is to serve as a resource for equipping you in the basics. You can focus on sharing life with your family, and have a “natural first aid kit” at your fingertips when the need arises.

It is my hope that this book will be a blessing to you as well, in helping your budget, health, and homeschooling!

We are excited to offer three copies of Herbal Nurturing in a giveaway to Keeper of the Home readers!

Would you like to win? Here’s how:

1) Leave a comment and tell me why you would like to win this book!

2) Subscribe to Michele’s blog Frugal Granola, as well as to Keeper of the Home, either by RSS or by email (or let me know if you already do).

3) Share about this giveaway on your blog, or through your favorite social media (you can find Frugal Granola on Facebook and Twitter). One extra entry per social media share.

Giveaway ends Monday, October 25th. Giveaway has now ended.

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  1. I would so appreciate this recourse as we look to welcome pumpkin #4 into our family this winter! Striving toward health and balance in the home! Thanks for considering me.

  2. I’d love to win, because I have such good intentions – yet they seem to fall by the wayside. I want to learn these things, but unless it is all contained in one spot, I’m afraid I never will learn it. I know my family would greatly benefit, yet I just don’t seem to have the time to do the research. Thanks for a great giveaway!

  3. Wow! I would love to win this book! Home remedies are more frugal and often more effective than run-of-the-mill medicine. And I would much rather take a natural substance like garlic or chamomile than some packaged drug. It would be great to have this book because I like increasing my knowledge in this area, and want to be prepared for all situations.

  4. Thanks for posting about this new eBook on Herbal Nurturing. I enjoy reading Frugal Granola, and now I plan to read your blog as well.

  5. I would very much love to add this book to my shelves. I believe it would help me tremendously in my growing interest in all things herbal. My family is trying to convert to a natural lifestyle and herbs are very interesting to me (although, I must say, that I know next to nothing about them). Thank you for the chance to expand my knowledge!

    BTW, your blog has been a great help to me; I love it!

  6. I would love to use more herbs and other natural health aids in our home, but need a bit more guidance. This would be perfect!

  7. I would love to learn more about healthy + herbal alternatives for the home! It is my next “baby step” to do so.

    Sarah M

  8. I actually already follow BOTH Frugal Granola + Keeper of the Home via email/Google reader!

    Sarah M

  9. I have just started my whole foods journey and am also learning more about these natural remedies. It seems so intimidating sometimes. This book sounds like a wonderful guide. Thanks for the great giveaway.

  10. Just tweeted about the giveaway @bsteen77 (that’s the first time I’ve really tweeted. Hope I did it right.)

  11. what a generous offer! what a great opportunity to wrap my head around such a vast subject!
    thank you!

  12. I would love to win this book to help my family be healthier. I’ve always been interested in learning about herbs.

  13. I’ve really just started trying to use more natural methods to heal. It is a dream of mine to handle illness without turning to conventional medicine, and nurture the body in the process. I would absolutely love to win this book and start putting it to use.

    I am subscribed to both Keeper of the Home and Frugal Granola!

  14. I am so excited about this book!
    I would love to have this book for many reasons, the most prominent one being the ability to care naturally for my family’s health. I was on and off antibiotics from the time I was 18 months until I was 8. As you can imagine, it completely through off my system. I believe I have leaky gut syndrom, I know I have major yeast overgrowth and multitudes of food allergies. My desire is to give my children’s bodies a better chance at being healthy and whole than I had and I think this book would really help to accomplish that goal!

  15. I already subscribe to Keeper of the Home and I just subscribed to Frugal Granola!

  16. I would love a guide as to how to get started on more natural cures for my family. This book sounds wonderful.

  17. I’d love to win this book because I’ve been wanting to start the journey to natural remedies/herbal healing and I think this could serve as a nice guide.

  18. I would love to get a copy! It sounds like a a great resource to use for my ever growing family! Thanks!

  19. I would love to win a copy – I haven’t really dabbled in this area before but would love a more natural way to take care of my family’s ailments and I have no idea where to start!

  20. As a busy Mom of 8 boys, we try to eat healthy and treat health needs with diet and home rememdies. Any more info on the subject is always a joy to our family! Thanks for a great site!

  21. I would love to win a copy. I love her godly view of healing, and have been so inspired by your series to start learning more about natural healing. I’ve never been big on using medication because it never seems to work for me, and I hate that it only treats the symptom, not the cause.

  22. I would love to win this book b/c I’m not a fan of medicines and such. But sometimes I feel like I don’t know where to start with herbal remedies. I do some basics that I’ve always known, but would like to have all the resources in one location (like a book) that could be trusted source of information.

  23. I would love to win this! I’ve been reading lots of posts on herbal teas and wellness as I plan my herb garden for next year, but it is very overwhelming! I’d love a book to read and refer to. 🙂

  24. I would love to have a book that looked at herbal remedies as honoring our Creator. I have used some tinctures and teas in the past, but with five young children, it seems like one of those things I usually don’t get around to and then regret it. It sounds like this book would be just what I need.

  25. I’d love to include this book in my personal library. I’ve been studying natural remedies for several years but am just now getting the courage to use it. Too bad our healthy eating means we rarely get sick! 😉

  26. I’ve been reading/subscibed to this blog for months now, and have loved every post. I’m looking forward to the Frugal Granola posts as well (I just signed up!) This book looks like a fantastic read – I fell in love with herbal tea this summer, and have been trying to learn as much as I can about them since. This book with be an excellent help!

  27. Since we are currently battling a cold which has felled 10 out of 12 of our family… I think I really NEED this book. 😉 Do I get extra entries for pity?

  28. I have been using “natural remedies” for the past year, but haven’t delved into herbal research yet. It is a little intimidating! I’d love to have this book for guidance! God bless you for all you share!

  29. I would love to win a copy of herbal nurturing….I always prefer home remedies because they are without side effects if used properly and it would be wonderful to have a book which could guide me in what ingredients to have at hand and how to use them …

  30. This would be a great resource for my new approach to health. I have always been fascinated with herbals and such, but never really tried many remedies. The past year and a half I have suffered from thyroid issues and my doctor has tried every prescription under the sun. Unfortunately I have had bad reactions to most such as gaining more weight, nausea, rashes and the list goes on. I have gone back to a wholesome diet and now am incorporating herbal remedies, but need a little guidance. I am having better reactions to natural remedies. I just recently found Keeper of the home and your site and truly feel blessed with all the information. Thanks so much, Jaime.

  31. Oh forgot to mention, my four girls have had suppressed immunesystems due to overload of antibiotics. I need alternatives to help build them up to get to a state of balance.

  32. I would love to win this book. I have been thoroughly enjoying her blog for the last few weeks and would love to have her work teach me more about simplicity and using natural materials to heal and benefit my family.

  33. I just am getting started with herbs this year, so would love a chance to win this book. Thanks.

  34. I would love to win this ebook! I don’t know much about herbal remedies, but I want to learn. I am fearful of the unknown of herbs, and I think this book would have just the right information to give me confidence to try natural remedies for my family.

  35. I would love to have this book to help me and my family learn a more homeopathic way of healing. Thank you for this blog post.

  36. Oo, I would love to win this! I bought several “natural medicine cabinet” supplies last month, but somehow haven’t worked up the courage to actually start making remedies. This book would be just what I need!

  37. I would love to have a copy of this book – I really want to begin learning about herbs and incorporating them into our family’s wellness plan.

  38. I subscribe to Keeper of the Home and just added Frugal Granola, too! (And why it took me this long to do so, I have no idea!!! Awesome blog!)

  39. I’m new to learning about herbs and holistic healing, but I am already amazed at the little I’ve tried with our family! Coughs quieted, sleep restored, happy faces… wow. I can’t wait to learn more, and this book would definitely get me on the right track!

  40. i am so longing to discover the healing properties available in God’s creation! i feel like there is SO much to learn, it is overwhelming … and this book would be such a gift.

  41. I would love to win this book because both my toddler and baby have struggled with severe Eczema and allergies from birth. I have spent 3 years searching for natural remedies that will help them live healthier lives. I have recently been reading about herbs and am excited to learn more!

    I subscribe to Keeper of the Home through Google Reader.

  42. I am a new mom and my 4 month old daughter caught a really bad cold 5 days ago. I don’t know what to do: I feel helpless! We went to the doctor, which I’d rather not do if I can find homeopathic ways to help my family instead. I know there are times for medicine, but I would really appreciate this book because I think it would help me learn how to help my family and all my friends with babies and children. Thanks for offering this giveaway.

  43. I believe that God has made available everything man could ever need to keep healthy. I also believe in preventing illnesses as opposed to treating them – though we all know no matter how much you try to prevent it can still happen! And when it does happen, I use herbs. I’ve borrowed every book I could find in the library on this subject, as well as read through every website. I would love to have this book as my own, to keep. It is not in our budget, right now, to buy any books, and I’m tired of renewing library books!

  44. Recently found your blog and LOVE it. Subscribed instantly!! Would love to read/win you ebook.

  45. It would be wonderful to learn about the natural remedies that are available to us from nature. 🙂

  46. I’d love to win this book because I’m very interested in natural cleaning and healing products!

  47. Okay, I just posted about it on my Facebook page and am already a Frugal Granola Subscriber.

    I’ve recently been through a major excursion through the modern medical system (surgery, complications, tons of antibiotics) and would love to have a guide to help me build up my immunity naturally.

  48. I would love to get this book. For the past year I have been working hard to move our family from an SAD, chemical laden household to a whole food and holistic environment that is chemical free. This would be a great introduction to learn more about herbal remedies.

  49. I would love this! It would be a wonderful go-to resource to help me keep my family happy and healthy.

  50. I would love to win this book. The longer I am alive, the more I realize I don’t know and I would like to get back to the simple way of life and that includes caring for myself and my family with natural remedies. Thank you for this opportunity!

  51. I would like to win this book because I want to learn more about natural remedies and such but don’t have time or energy to do lots of research! This would be a big help.

  52. subscribe to both and posted! would love to win this book! everyone in my family is already getting sick and it’d save so much time and energy to just have one source to check.

  53. I am just starting to explore herbal/homemade remedies and this book would be wonderfully helpful!

  54. I would be absolutely delighted to win a copy of this book. Our family is new to natural living and we are trying to implement any herbal treatments for our health. I need a good guide to start to help with many of the health problems I have and currently take prescription medications. I would like to work with my doctor and try to discontinue the use of “toxins” I am putting into my body daily.

  55. I would really love to be using more natural and herbal cures n my house, but really have no idea what I’m doing. This book would be a great help!

  56. I would love to receive this book as I’ve just started my journey into “natural”. I’ve been loving this series! It couldn’t have come at a better time!

  57. I’m a beginner at herbal remedies and would just love to learn more! This looks like a fabulous resource 🙂

  58. I would love this book to share with my 12 year old who wants to become a naturopathic ob/gyn. She has already read many of my herbal books and has a real thirst for knowledge. Perhaps this might make a good book to start her own collection.

  59. I would love to win this book to use as a starting guide to moving towards more natural ways of treating illness in our home.

  60. i love herbal remedies!! (just healed my baby’s swollen eye yesterday with some chamomile tea!) this looks like a wonderful resource to have on hand!!

  61. I’d love to win a copy of this book. I’ve been dabbling in herbs for a while, but would like a collection of tried and true methods that people today have used and found to work well. There is so much to learn and try out, and with 8 children, I could really use some help, as my time is limited!

    Thanks for the giveaway!

  62. This is just the kind of tool I’ve been looking for to being caring for the health of my family in a more natural way!

  63. I am extremely interested in learning about herbal remedies but admit that I am a bit overwhelmed. I would love a chance to really be able to read in depth about it instead of just little snip-its that I happen by on different blogs. Thanks for the giveaway!

  64. I would love a chance to win this book because I am highly interested in home herbal remedies and solutions instead of chemicals and antibiotics. I’m not excited about the chiropractic care (my husband is a physical therapist who believes strongly in preventative care via his profession…), but I think the rest of the book would be fantastic and would be thrilled to receive it!

  65. i subscribe to frugal granola and keeper of the home. i love both blogs. i also strive to be more natural in my everyday life and the lives of my children. i would love to read your book. even if i don’t win i will still buy it.

  66. I would love to win this book because it looks excellent. It just might be what I needs to begin our family journey in using heral and natural remedies. I’m always thinking, “I don’t know where to start etc….” Here it is in an ebook!

  67. I would love to win this giveaway! We are trying to go as natural as possible with our health care as we can and this would help tremendously! I don’t know my way around natural health remedies the way I would like, so perhaps this might be the key to enlightenment LOL! I have subscribed to both Frugal Granola and Keeper of the Home. I have also posted this offer on my blog:



  68. I would love a copy as we move to a real foods diet including our medicines. Our oldest is 5 and has had heart surgery, it will always be exceedingly important for her to eat a heart healthy diet, and we don’t think that means better living through science! Our youngest has had her share of health issues too, including being in the hospital at 7 weeks old with viral meningitis! All this to say we are learning to take what we eat very seriously as part of our healthier life.

  69. I would love to win this book because I am really excited about herbal remedies but don’t know where to start! This would be great to give me direction!

  70. I would love to win this book. As I get older, I am drawn to more natural remedies versus modern medicinal remedies. I prefer to use natural herbs that God has given us to heal our bodies. Our society is becoming more and more toxic as we pad the pockets of pharmaceutical giants. We should first look to what God has given us naturally. I would love to have this resource as I learn to live more naturally. Thanks and Blessings to you!

  71. Would sooooo love this book. As a mom of 3 under 3 – all the healthy arsenal of tools you can get is welcome 🙂

  72. I am just starting to learn about herbs and healing, and would love to win this resource!

    I already subscribe to Keeper of the Home. 🙂

  73. I have 2 young ones and am just staring my journey on natural wellness and remedies so your book would be an amazing help to get me going!! Thank you for the offer to win it!!

  74. I would like to have the book to learn how to make the natural medicines. I have been interested in this for a while, but just afraid to start. Hoping this will help walk me along the way. 🙂

  75. I’d love to win a copy! I’ve just purchased some essential oils after some nice successes with using lavender to treat poison ivy rash. But aside from Stephanie’s wonderful posts, I’m lost and needing some better reference materials!

    I also just subscribed to the Frugal Granola feed.


  76. This sounds like a great resource, I’m also a newbie and would love some help with where to start when it comes to natural remedies.

  77. This series has really inspired me to start learning about herbal remedies and this book would definitely help. Thanks for the giveaway!

  78. Am just getting started with this area of a more natural lifestyle… herbal remedies for personal care and well being. I’d love to have this little primer to help me along my way!

  79. I can’t remember anymore how I stumbled onto this blog, but I’m very glad I did. I would love to win a copy of this book because it has been one of the desires of my heart to move into more natural remedies, but I really don’t know where to start. With all 3 of my children having varying degrees intenstinal issues, this book would be perfect for me!

  80. Hi! I have only done a few herbal remedies, but really want to branch out…this would help me know where to start. Thanks!

  81. With my one year old – he’s not too keen on me reading things on the computer. Although, if mommy has a book – he’s more than content with a few of his. This would be an awesome start to the direction I would love to head with my growing family.

    I’m a subscriber to your blog. And I’m definitely going to subscribe to Frugal Granola!

  82. I would love to win this book because I am new to the world of herbal/natural remedies. We are on a very tight budget, so this book would help aid me in being able to use healthier, natural remedies to help with everyday ailments and sicknesses rather than having to pay for medications or doctors visits.

  83. I would love to get this book! I am very interested in making our own natural remedies. I have 7 children–6 who have asthma and all who have seasonal allergies and some with extreme food allergies. I have been using more whole foods in my cooking the last few years, making an herbal tonic or two, making homemade cleaners and using essential oils for headaches and such, but I know there is so much more we could be doing. Thanks for the opportunity!

  84. I am learning more and more about herbs and this would be a great additional resource to my library. I still rely on my herbalist too much and would like to be able to do things on my own and I know this would help.

  85. Thank you for all you do! The reason I would like to win a copy of this book is because our oldest daughter is going to school to become a master herbalist and I would love to be able to gift her with it! Have a wonderful day!


  86. I grow a number of herbs, and try to grow more every year, but I don’t use them nearly as much as I could. I’m sure this book could give me some good ideas to make the most of my herb garden!

  87. My duaghters and I similarly stand at the stove and brew our concoctions. My co-workers think we’re nuts. We think they’re nuts. 🙂

  88. I just subscribed to Frugal Granola (thought I already was, but apparently not) and already subscribe to yours.

  89. I would love to win this because I am very new to herbs and herbal remedies and would love any guidance and direction I can get!

  90. I added Frugal Granola to my google reader as well as subscribing by e-mail. I already follow Keeper of the Home via e-mail!

  91. I’ve wanted to use more herbal remedies with my family in the past, but I always get a little nervous about whether what I’m going to use is safe, particularly for children. This book sounds like a great resource!

  92. What a wonderful opportunity! I have been looking at getting into herbs and their uses. Some of the books make it seem rather intimidating! This looks like the perfect resource to get started!

  93. I’m very interested in this book as another step in our healthy eating journey. I am very new at E. Oils and natural healing but want to learn & put it into practice. It’s cold and flu season and I want to keep everyone as healthy as possible.

    I enjoy your blog very much, keep up the great work!


  94. My daughter is just starting out on her own journey 1800 miles away. I’d love to be able to give her this resource to help her out with those middle of the night I don’t want to call Mom questions. 🙂

  95. I would love to have this book! Im learning about herbs and natural healing, we use some but I would to know more in depth. This looks like a wonderful, easy way to learn. Thank you so much!

  96. I started my herb garden this year and hope to expand and use them both for cooking and healing. As a mother of 5 and grandmother of 7 (and counting) I would love to pass this knowledge on to my family. My 3 year old grandson is sensitive/allergic to so many things that if I can help him deal with them besides using antibiotics it would be a real blessing. I recently subscribed via email to learn more about natural living, which I am…thanks!

  97. I subscribe to both your blog and Frugal Granola.. both wonderful reads!!

    I have always loved herbal remedies and using alternatives to western medicine.. I could use a great resource such as Herbal Nurturing to continue this desire to be more holistic!

  98. I’m very interested in home remedies. I like to avoid medication as much as possible as well as staying healthy.

  99. I can always use more information to help in our family’s quest to live a natural, healthy lifestyle. Thanks for the opportunity to gain more knowledge, and thanks for your terrific blog!!

  100. This seems perfect for us. We’re gradually moving towards herbal remedies and am exploring it looking for a way to treat my husband’s TMJ condition. Its been a year now and nothing, not even surgery has worked. I keep telling him that going back to Nature is what will show results, so If I don’t win, being overseas and all, I think I’ll buy it:-)

  101. I would love to have this book, we have some eczema and asthma that I would love to be able to help naturally!

  102. I love to learn about stuff like these & I’m trying to find resources to make my own since I have become a mom a little over a year ago.
    Thank you for all you share on your blogs. I love them & have especially been enjoying this months posts since winter & flu season are coming up.
    I subscribed for Frugal Granola & I’m already on for Keeper of the Home.

  103. I would love to have this book… and I’m not sure my husband would want to spend the money on it right now. So winning it would be awesome!! I’ve been trying to learn about herbs, but I really do better with someone teaching me than I do in researching it for myself. I love that it sounds like we’d just be chatting in your kitchen!

  104. I would love to win this book simply because I am the mom of six children, trying my best to keep them healthy in a “healthy” way as God intended.

  105. I’m an RN, so am fairly familiar w/ the medical approach to things, I’d love to know more about home remedies to supplement by medical knowledge! I’m already a subscriber.

  106. Would love to add this resource to my library. I won The Handbook of Vintage Remedies on another blog at the beginning of the summer and have thoroughly enjoyed it–would love to add another good book to my shelf!
    Thanks for the chance to win!

  107. I have also begun subscribing to Frugal Granola via my google webpage – the 2nd option offered for entering this contest. I love the name of her site, thanks for passing along the connection.

  108. I love that this book sounds like a friend is there with you. I’m just getting started in this and would love the recipes and the gentle explanations.

  109. I am just starting to get into using more herbs and would love to have a book like this to get me into more! Thanks for the chance to win one.

  110. I have started to be really interested in herbs and how to help my family with them. There is just so much information out there though, and it can get overwhelming. Your book sounds like a perfect way to jump into all of this!

  111. Goodness, I would really like to have my own copy of this book because there is a wealth of information there, with a Godly focus. Thank you for asking! Mairzie

  112. I have been using homeopathic tinctures and such for treating our family but I have really been wanting to start making my own. The series came right as I have been wanting to and has totally inspired me. I think this book would be the final push!

  113. I would love to win this ebook because I have always been interested in herbal medicine and have often thought about learning how to become an herbalist. It looks like you have some great recipes. I must try the People Paste recipe! I believe natural medicine from plants that God provides is the best thing for us. Thanks for your blog. I’m thoroughly enjoying the natural medicines subject you’ve been blogging about lately. Keep it up!

  114. I would love a to win a copy of this book. I have three small children and am very interested in learning more about natural remedies. Thank You!

  115. I’d love this book to understand more about herbs so we can begin with what is more practical for our family.

  116. What an excellent book! I had my first baby a year ago and my hubby and I have really been having a lot of conversations about what we want for our home and family (I may be driving force behind these discussions since I’m the one forcing cloth diapers. homemade wipes, baby food, recycling, gardening, glass tupperware and fabric baggies!) BUT as part of those discussions and decisions I’ve been researching more and more into herbal options and alternatives and this looks like a wealth of information!

  117. I am very interesting in learning ways to live a more natural lifestyle. Sometimes when it comes to herbal remedies I just have no idea where to begin! This ebook would be such a wonderful opportunity!

  118. I would love to win this. I need to learn so much about natural remedies. Especially having little ones and living in a place that has an extended cold and flu season. Thanks.

  119. I would love to know more and have a guide that I can just run to when an ailment pops up, which is always with children!

  120. This book is right up my alley. I just buy things already prepared. Would love to learn to prepare my own things. I’m sure it would be so cost effective.

  121. I’m so intrigued by herbal remedies but overwhelmed and scared to dive in! I’d love your book to get started.

  122. I am in the process of switching our “medicine” cabinet over to natural remedies and this is one of the last areas of our personal care that isn’t free of chemicals. (still need to figure out which brand of make-up to buy!). Anyway, this would be a great resource for me to make that transition. I already subscribe to Frugal Granola and really like Michelle’s blog. I would love to win!

  123. I would love to win b/c I’m new to holistic healing! I need all of the help I can get! Thanks for the great giveaway!

  124. I’m concerned about the effects of prescription and non-prescription medications…especially those used to treat simple things like headaches, colds, etc. I’d love to have this book as I start my family….I want to start off on the right track!

  125. I would love this ebook! Getting into using herbs for healing has been a little overwhelming, especially when I haven’t found a good resource that has all the info in one place, so this would be great!

  126. I’d like to win because I have absolutely no knowledge of herbal nurturing and I’ve been interested since this series began.

  127. I would love to win as I’m just getting into the world of herbal healing and think this book would be fantastic for us.

  128. As a mother of two (soon three) little children and a husband with a stressful job I think it’s my duty to get to know as much as possible about natural healing. This e-book would be a very welcomed help on this journey !

  129. This book sounds wonderful and helpful as I am trying to take my family more natural and healthy every day.

    BurkhertsTravel at yahoo dot com

  130. I would love to know how to treat my children and help them heal with all the wonderful things the Lord has already given us!

  131. Just the book we need!!! I’m mother to 4 little boy’s and have never relished the idea of giving them antibiotics for things like earache’s, but didn’t really know where to begin with herbal things. I am familiar with pregnancy/postpartum herbs thanks to our midwives knowledge. Thanks for offering this great giveaway.

    So glad to have found your website! I’m Headed right over to subscribe to the other website and post on Facebook!!!

  132. We are really making the move this year from traditional medicine to more natural medicines in our house and especially with our children. This would be such a blessing to learn from more experienced ones in this area.
    Thanks for the giveaway!

  133. I would love to win this book! I am very interested in natural remedies, but there is so much to learn and I have no idea where to start.

  134. The more I learn about my families need to be gluten and dairy-free, the more I’m finding we need to watch what medicines, etc. we can use. I need to learn how to go as natural as possible in this area, too, and this book sounds like a wonderful resource to help with that task.

  135. been trying to get into more natural remedies for a while…this would be a great resource!

  136. My family is snowed under every change of season, and we have severe allergies to boot. I would really love to know more about natural healing to help avoid and naturally combat these problems!

  137. I would love to win this book because our family tends to be prone to sickness every year and I hate to use traditional meds.

  138. I would love to win this giveaway because I just got a new job as a preschool teacher–so I will be susceptible to more germs and illnesses than I ever have in my life! I have eliminated all chemicals and artificial ingredients from my diet and all household products (including cosmetics and toiletries), but have no idea to get natural prevention and healing!

  139. I would so love to get my hands on this book – if I don’t win it I will for sure be looking for it! I have two girls who have persistent sinus problems, and when a bug hits our house it just stays and stays. I have found a few favorite products out there but I would love to learn more!!

  140. I’d love to win this book. We’ve done a few natural remedies but I feel overwhelmed by the amount of information out there and how to apply it in daily life. I think this would be a great resource!

  141. I’m just starting to look into more natural ways to cure the various aliments we get. I would love to have this resource.

  142. I’d love to win a copy as I have an interest in learning more about herbs. Also, I subscribe to your blog:)

  143. I would love to win this book because I want to know more about herbal remedies and better use them for my family.

  144. i would like to win this book because i am trying to learn more about alternative medicine and especially herbal remedies. i hope i win!

  145. I would love this!!! Have been trying to learn how to treat illnesses and such with natural remedies!!!

  146. I would like to win this because my husband gets sick every couple of weeks and I’d like an alternative to Dayquil.

  147. I am just beginning to use herbal remedies for myself and my family, so this book would be a great resource to me!

  148. I do my best to treat illness, aches and pains with natural remedies but would love to have a resource at my fingertips that is concise instead of having to weed through the internet searches. This month of posts has been a good one by the way, thank you! 🙂

  149. I’ve been trying to understand herbal remedies for awhile, but there’s so much info to sort through. Would love to have this resource.

  150. I would like to learn a more gentle way to take care of health issues that arise. Usually there is so much information to sort through, a basic, practical guide would be great!

  151. I would love this book. We have been looking into this as a family and would love this resource.

  152. I’m already subscribed to Keeper of the Home and I just subscribed to Frugal Granola through Google Reader. I’d love to win this prize!

    – Ingrid

  153. I would really like a copy of this book – it looks incredibly valuable with insight and knowledge that would benefit my family. Thanks for the chance to win!

  154. I would love to have a book/resource that I can use as I start the endeavor of using herbs and natural remedies to treat the ailments of my family.

  155. I would like to win this book b/c it has multiple different ideas of things to use for cuts, etc. Much rather use natural remedies than conventional ones!

  156. I would love to win this book! I’ve been collecting simple herbs from my garden this past summer and would like to learn more.

  157. I would love to win because I *love* learning about all things herbal and I have hardly any books on the subject. 🙂

  158. I’d love to get more ideas of good plants to put in our garden and new ways of using them for our family’s health and well being.

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