One of my favorite things about natural wellness is that there are so many tools and resources available to us to make it simpler.
I’ve come across and tried many in the last few years and I’m quick to share the ones that helped me the most so you don’t have to spend all the time and money I did trying to figure out what works.
As I find and test new tools, I update this page, so I recommend bookmarking it or pinning it so you can easily find it in the future.
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So here’s what I recommend:
- doTERRA essential oils: Essential oils are my number one tool. doTERRA’s essential oils are 100% pure and safe to use on all members of the family. In addition to essential oils, they have wellness supplements, skincare products and even laundry detergent, all infused with essential oils. Click here to save 25% on your orders.
- Green Pasture fermented cod liver oil (FCLO): Fermented cod liver oil is a super food containing vitamins A & D, as well as brain-supporting EPA/DHA. We use Green Pasture’s FCLO especially for healthy teeth and to boost our immune systems. Click here to check out the different FCLO flavors.
- Mountain Rose Herbs: Organic herbs are the specialty at Mountain Rose Herbs and they offer them at very good prices, with discounts for buying in bulk. They also offer other herbal products and accessories. Click here for organic herbs, tinctures, extracts and teas.
- Oregon’s Wildharvest: An organic herb company offering pre-made herbal remedies and a few bulk herbs. They’re also my neighbors.
- Trilight Health: We really like their Immune Boosting blend, which contains a few immune system boosting herbs. My kids actually enjoy taking it (put the recommended dose in a tiny bit of water).
- Vitacost: Vitacost carries many different foods, like coconut oil, raw honey and Sucanat. They also have some of our favorite personal care products like Dr. Bronner’s castile soap and Earthpaste. Want to earn a $10 credit? Simply register for an account through this link. Visit Vitacost here.
- DIY Natural Remedies: DIY Natural Remedies is a wonderful resource for families wanting to make their own natural remedies that they’ll actually use. Learn how to stock your own medicine cabinet and use herbs and essential oils to keep your family healthy year-round. Click here for 25 easy DIY natural remedies.
- DIY Non-Toxic Cleaning Recipes: DIY Non-Toxic Cleaning Recipes includes 50 recipes that work even better than what you can buy in the store. Click here for the best DIY cleaning recipe book out there.
- DIY Organic Beauty Recipes: Making your own organic beauty recipes is easy and fun. In this book, Heather of Mommypotamus explains how and why you should make your own beauty products. Click here for simple recipes for homemade beauty recipes.
- Simple Natural Health: You’ll love the comprehensive guide to using herbs, tips for saving money on nourishing whole foods and simple approach to a naturally healthy lifestyle. Click here for Simple Natural Health.
Online Herbal Courses
- Vintage Remedies Family Herbalist Course: A great introduction to the world of herbs with a focus on using herbs for your family’s healthcare. Payment plans available. Click here for the Family Herbalist Course.
- Herbal Academy of New England Introductory Herbal Course: A six-unit introductory herbal course taught entirely online. A great course to get you started with herbal medicine. Click here for the Introductory Herbal Course.
- Herbal Academy of New England Intermediate Herbal Course: Ready to build on your existing knowledge of herbal medicine? The intermediate herbal course is a great resource available completely online. Payment plans available. Click here for the Intermediate Herbal Course.