Christmas Giveaways: Vintage Remedies

Welcome to our Week of Giveaways!  This is our way of saying “Merry Christmas” to our readers. :)  We think you’re all awesome and wanted to give you a Christmas gift — so all week, you’ll have the chance to win amazing prizes!  There will be two different prizes per day, one posted at 8 AM and one at 2 PM EST.  Each will have 7 different ways you can enter (all optional).  All giveaways will close on Saturday night, December 8th, at midnight, and all winners will be announced next Monday, 12/10.  (This is so our sponsoring companies have a chance to ship prizes to winners before the holidays.)  Good luck!

Today’s prize is a collection of books from Vintage Remedies:

  • The Handbook of Vintage Remedies 
  • The Guide to Real Food
  • The Guide to Bread

Vintage Remedies is a business that is all about herbal and alternative medicine.  They offer a number of different reference books (the three above are their most popular).  They also offer online courses to certify master herbalists and other alternative health practitioners.  If you are looking to learn more about herbal and alternative medicine, whether as a career or just for your own family’s use, this is a great company to go with.

One of the most interesting things about Vintage Remedies is that they are a Christian-based company.  Many alternative medicine schools (online and off) and other alternative medicine sources are decidedly “new age” or at least non-religious.  Vintage Remedies specifically approaches the use of herbs through a Christian worldview.  Check them out if you are interested in learning more about God’s wonderful provision that is alternative medicine!

To enter, please use the Rafflecopter form below.  Comments on this post DO NOT count.  (Even for the entry that says ‘leave a blog post comment’ you must check it off on the Rafflecopter or it won’t count.)  Remember the giveaway ends on Saturday night, 12/8 at midnight.  Good luck!

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What are you most looking forward to learning from the books from Vintage Remedies?

Comments

  1. Steff S. says

    I’ve been interested in herbal medicine since childhood. I’d love to learn how to make up some health potions!

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