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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 gift box from Redmond Clay/Real Salt:

  • Seasoning gift box
  • 2 tubes Earthpaste
  • 26 oz. refill pouch of Real Salt

I love these products.  I buy Real Salt exclusively in my kitchen because I like it the best of any natural salt out there.  Plus, it’s the only natural salt that’s produced in the U.S. and not in other countries.  The salt mined is in Utah and was uncovered from an ancient sea, so it isn’t contaminated with the same junk that our modern oceans are (unfortunately) contaminated with.  In addition to being “just salt,” it also contains lots of trace minerals — hence why it has crystals in many different colors.  Real Salt also comes in several different sizes (a table salt size, a popcorn salt size, and a kosher salt size) and even in different flavors (onion, garlic, and seasoned salt).

Also, there is Redmond Clay — a type of bentonite clay, which is excellent for detoxing.  This clay comes in many forms, from a plain powder to creams to pills to — toothpaste!  Yes, the Earthpaste is based on Redmond clay.  It is our favorite toothpaste because it doesn’t contain any fluoride or questionable ingredients (no glycerin either).  Our kids love it and beg to brush their teeth with it!  Redmond clay is also helpful for detox baths, skin rashes, insect stings and bites, digestive upset, and lots more.

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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Kate is wife to Ben and mommy to Bekah (6.5), Daniel (5), Jacob (3), and Nathan (1.5). She is passionate about God, health, and food. She has written 7 cookbooks and a popular book entitled A Practical Guide to Children's Health. She also recently released Healing With God's Earthly Gifts: Natural and Herbal Remedies, which teaches people to use natural remedies to keep their families healthy. When she's not blogging, she's in the kitchen, sewing, or homeschooling her children.

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114 Comments

  1. I want to win as I love real salt and am needing a refill.

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  2. I’d like to try their toothpaste or first aid clay.

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  3. I love their toothpaste.

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  4. I like their garlic salt

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  5. I love Redmond Real Salt and would like to try the seasonings!

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  6. My favorite product is the straight-up Real Salt!

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  7. I like their products and I’d love to try the seasonings. My fave is the kosher salt.

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  8. I love the seasoning salt.

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  9. I’m gonna need more toothpaste soon.

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  10. I like the Real Salt Organic Season Salt

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  11. I’d like to win to try the Earthpaste!

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  12. My favorite product is the Real Salt. I buy it in bulk at my health food store.

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  13. I would like to win because I like all of their products that I’ve tried and would like to try more.

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  14. I’d love to try the Earth Paste…been on my list of “wanting to try.”

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