2 winners will each receive 3 tinctures
I first heard about WishGarden Herbal Remedies from a patient, who reported that she was taking Kick-Ass Immune tincture. “Did she just say the a– word?”, I asked myself, before I had her repeat the tincture again. I heard right. She really was taking Kick-Ass Immune tincture.
WishGarden makes herbal formulas in the form of tinctures, teas, salves, and more. Tinctures are fresh or dried herbs that are extracted in alcohol or glycerin. The herb gets strained out, and the remaining liquid is what’s in the bottle. In herbal medicine, it is common practice to combine several different herbs in a single formulation with a chief purpose in mind. The herbs usually bring different properties to the table, and can also work synergistically for an amplified effect. Each herb in a botanical formula is carefully chosen in an attempt to ensure optimal balance for the optimal effect.
All of WishGarden’s herbs are certified organic or harvested in the wild. I especially LOVE that they make a special line of products for pregnant moms and another line just for kids. What’s even cooler? The company is woman-owned!
WishGarden offered me no free products or money to host this giveaway. They’re giving you all the loot! They are generously giving 3 tinctures away to two lucky winners. Two winners will receive the following three tinctures, free of shipping charges:
I’ll announce the winners at the top of this post on Monday morning.
To enter, see the giveaway below. Only a comment on this post is required, but there are many other options to earn additional entries. Make sure to click the large green button for each option completed in order to earn a point for that entry.
By participating in this giveaway you are acknowledging that I am in no way whatsoever diagnosing or treating your health condition. A consultation with a registered herbalist or licensed naturopathic physician is recommended prior to using any herb.
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