Review: Ultimate Herbs & Essential Oils Bundle

I don’t know if you’ve seen or not, but over the past few days I’ve been telling you about a collection of 20 herb and essential oil resources that I’m honored to be a part of. It’s called The Herbs & Essential Oils Super Bundle and it’s only on sale for 6 days. After that, it’s gone forever!

You guys know I love my EOs (essential oils, for those of you who don't know the lingo) and I use them daily on both myself and my family. But I confess I'm not nearly as knowledgeable about herbs. As this bundle includes ebooks and ecourses about both, I was very excited to dive into some of the herb books, and as per the usual with Ultimate Bundle sales, they did not disappoint.

The first thing I did was sign up for the 5 Multi-use Herbs (And What to Do with Them) eCourse. Yep, it's a course, and they send you a link to 5 videos about some common herbs, chamomile and rosemary, to name a couple. I use these both in oil format, but wasn't sure how to handle the actual plant, aside from the occasional tea or shake of rosemary on poultry. Did you know you can use chamomile for teething kids? Did you know my kids are losing approximately 9,437 teeth all at the same time? I digress.

These videos are complete with a downloadable pdf with both information and preparation uses, which is super helpful. I haven't made it through all 5 yet (life, okay?) but I have been impressed with the couple I have watched so far, and I feel confident in using those herbs. Well, I feel confident that soon, I will try to incorporate those herbs. Let's be honest, because yeah, life.

Before it disappears, I wanted to tell you about one of the other eCourses included in the bundle. It really meets the amateur herbalist right where they’re at and it’s called “Herbs & Oils: Beyond the Basics” from the website Vintage Remedies. Unlike many books or classes on natural remedies, this one doesn’t stick with the most common remedies you’ll read about on the web. Instead, you can grow your herbal medicine chest with reputable and reliable herbal and aromatherapy education, in an easy-to-navigate format that compliments your busy lifestyle.

The crazy thing is, this eCourse usually sells for $197 (and it’s worth every penny). But Vintage Remedies has agreed to include it in this special bundle of 20 resources, which sell as a package for only $29.97. Right there, that’s over 80% off the cost of this one eCourse.

That’s right: 20 high-quality, valuable products on herbs and essential oils for less than the price of this one alone!

Which means even if you only choose to dive into a few of the resources in the bundle (although you could aim for all 20 if you wanted to!), you’ll have already saved money over buying them individually.

With your bundle, you’ll ALSO receive a special coupon for 50% off bulk herbs and essential oils from Golden Poppy Herbal Apothecary, a full-service apothecary and clinic offering small batch hand-made herbal products to enhance your health and wellbeing.

OK. I realize this sounds a bit unbelievable, and you’re probably wondering what the catch is, right?
The only catch is that The Herbs & Essential Oils Super Bundle will be on sale for just a few more days. After that, if you want to buy any of the eBooks or eCourses, you’ll have to pay for them all individually… many of which normally cost almost as much as the price of the bundle on their own.

Oh, and I nearly forgot to mention that the Ultimate Bundles team is offering a 30-day 100% happiness guarantee. So if you’re not totally thrilled, just let them know, and they’ll be happy to refund you completely. Pretty cool, right?

Don’t miss out, because the doors are closing in just…

Click here to check out The Herbs & Essential Oils Super Bundle!
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