Anima Spring Herbal Wellness subscription box


A bit about the contents of this box:

We have many lovely herbal delights for you in our Spring Wellness box. If you've ever wanted to incorporate herbal remedies into your family's home nursing care, or you're looking to expand your herbal apothecary, then this box is for you! Full of wild harvested, locally grown, or organic ingredients, all of which are naturally dynamic + vibrant. The items selected for this box were designed to assist you through the spring season in various ways... we'll delve into the details in a moment! Detailed instructions and application suggestions are provided on the enclosed scroll.

The box comes with the following contents, Bonus**** a spring season celebration date list, which lists dates of full moons, new moons, mercury retrograde, as well as spring equinox. Tips on how to celebrate each occasion are listed on the card.

Trinita' Floreale Bath Soak: Translates to (Floral Trinity) in Italian. Enjoy this lovely blend of Wild Rose, Lavender, and Wild Chamomile. The flowers were gathered locally in Idaho and Alaska in the summer season of 2017. The purpose of this soak is to promote calm, peaceful center + cool emotions, a reset if you will. Try it out after a challenging day, to soothe, and bring forth rejuvenated + restored compassion for both yourself and others. Ingredients: Epsom salts, Baking Soda, Vanilla infused jojoba oil, Roses, Lavender, and Geraniums. Rose + Lavender + essential oils...6 oz. glass jar

Spring Tea: The contents of this blend were all grown in my garden summer 2017 except Star Anise, Licorice Root, and Sweet Clover. The Sweet Clover was Wild Crafted in The Teton Valley in Idaho. Oh, how I love Sweet Clover... such a delightful plant with its sunny yellow flowers, and deep vanilla aroma. This tea blend is a nourishing tonic. Helpful in the Spring, as it promotes digestive assistance. Its main herb is Nettle, is high in vitamins, and minerals that are great for bones, skin, and hair. Ingredients: Nettle Leaf, Sweet Clover, Anise Hyssop, Star Anise, Spearmint, Peppermint, Licorice Root. 2 oz. tin

Garden Infused Vinegar: Herbal infused vinegar is a staple in our home. We use them to make salad dressings, add to soups, veggies, hummus, or sprinkle on rice. Also, they can be used medicinally when taken by the spoonful. Most herbs lend themselves beautifully to vinegar. This herbal infusion is a mix of a few herbal vinegars I made last summer 2017. All herbs were grown in my garden. Ingredients: Apple Cider Vinegar, Chive Blossoms, Monarda Blossom + Leaf, Rosemary, Thyme, Basil, and Sweet Marjoram. 4 oz. glass bottle

New Beginnings Flower + Gem Essence: Oh the delight of making Flower + Gem Essences! Working with the subtle energy of plants can be very beneficial, and insightful. In 2017 I worked on an Organic + Biodynamic Farm. It was very fulfilling with fruitful educational experiences. One of our daily tasks was ridding the garden beds of weeds. I became friends with one particular invasive plant. Feild Bindweed, ( Convolvulus arvensis ) After spending time with this plants energy it spoke to me. With its deep root system and binding vines, I thought oh the will power this plant has! The flower is quite pretty as well. So I made a flower essence with it and added Rose Quartz to it to enhance the energy too. Rose Quartz has been known to perpetuate compassion for ourselves and others and inspire creativity. Clematis was added to this formula to solidify and accentuate its purpose. Clematis promotes focus, presence, and adds strength to our manifesting ability, and together we have an energetic trine perfect for spring. Use this essence to spark new ideas, generate plans, or to motivate yourself to get going after a long winter. Flower + Gem essences work on the subtle energy centers of our body. They are excellent to use in circumstances when rewiring patterns or rebalancing emotional disturbances are in need. 15 ml dropper dosage bottle

Garden Bitters: Bitters are taken before a meal or after to encourage digestion. Bitter herbs stimulate the digestive process. Many of the herbs included in this formula are from my garden, and some were wildcrafted locally, (Dandelion + Wild Chamomile) Ingredients: Dandelion Root + Flower, Chicory Root, Lemon Balm, Anise Stars, Fennel Seed, Lemon Rind, Wild Chamomile, Rhubarb, Cardamom Seed, Brandy, and Vodka. 1 oz dropper bottle

Red Clover + Rose + Rose Hip Elixer: The three R's:) ingredients were wildcrafted in Alaska.
This beautiful elixir is astringent, calming, and nutritious filled with vitamins and minerals and can be used daily to boost immunity, and as a tonic for women. The sour flavor can inspire the digestive process. Ingredients: Red Clover flowers + Leaf, Rosehips, Rose Petals, Rose infused Honey, Brandy, and vodka. 1 oz. droper bottle

Gardeners Salve: Infused herbal oils Comfrey, Arnica, and Labrador Tea with added shea butter for a rich skin healing experience. A perfect spring companion when digging in the dirt has us scraped up, dry + itchy, cracked, or in general discomfort. The Comfrey is from my garden, Labrador flowers and leaf were wildcrafted in Alaska.
Apply liberally to clean skin. Try on bug bites, muscle aches, sprains, or dry skin. Ingredients: Comfrey Root, Arnica Flower, Labrador Flower + Leaf, Almond oil, jojoba oil, Beeswax, Essential oils: Lavender, Juniper, Cedarwood, German Chamomile, Balsam Copaiba, Frankincense, and Plai. 2 oz. tin


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