Alchemic Herbal Kit Box Subscription
Give your family's medicine cabinet a natural and holistic makeover. I took the best-selling, over-the-counter drug products sold in the USA and cross referenced them with the health issues they are intended to treat. Then I looked at those health challenges from a natural and holistic perspective for a completely different way to address them naturally and support the body's natural healing and recovery process. Last, I planned out the most seasonably appropriate time of the year when specific support would be most helpful.
The result is a one year journey to gently change the way you care for your family's health. Each month, subscribers get a box containing the materials, ingredients, and instructions for making an herbal product and a tea to support or rebalance a common health challenge. At the end of the year, you will be fully equipped to take a natural approach to supporting your family through all their common illness and minor injuries using natural herbal products you made yourself.
Best of all, each box includes a recipe card so you can make more of whatever you need whenever you need it.
50 subscriptions opening in the fall!
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I use a closed subscription model for my Alchemic Herbals Kit Boxes. This means I cap the number of subscribers I can serve each quarter. Since each herb packet is professionally formulated and individually measured by hand, I need to prepare in advance for all the contents, ingredients, and printed materials I will need and how many boxes I can make. there times a year, I open the books for new subscribers. I will have 50 subscription openings in the fall. Join the waitlist now and I'll let you know the moment you can grab your space.
Holiday season comes with some unique challenges to our health. A subscription can get you through.
October: Mood & Sleep: In October, our mood can suffer as the days get shorter and sunshine is harder to come by. The spooky season can remind us of anxieties and make sleep difficult.
November: Feast & Digest: In November we find ourselves over-eating and treating ourselves to difficult-to-digest goodies. this can upset both the upper and lower gastrointestinal tracts.
December: Resilience & Stress In December, the holidays bring their special brand of both stress and excitement that can compromise our resiliency and immune function.
January: Muscles & Joints In January, our New Year's health resolutions start to catch up with us as we re-comit to exercise. Muscle pain and joint injury become a concern.