Monday, October 7, 2013

Herbal Link-Up for Bath & Body Care and The Medicine Cabinet


Welcome to the first of four link up's in our "Reinventing the Herbal" series! Here is what we are interested in this week:

Recipes for Bath & Body Care and The Medicine Cabinet      

                     

This would include instructions on how to make shampoo, conditioner, lotions, creams, balms, scrubs, salves, tinctures, tonics, cough syrups, allergy remedies, flu treatments, burn treatments, etc… Anything pertaining to the subjects of the week! Feel free to link up all your past posts pertaining to the chosen topic :) Visit here for our link up schedule.


"The heart of the prudent acquires knowledge,
And the ear of the wise seeks knowledge."
~ Proverbs 18:15

For the sake of our goal, please link up appropriate recipes for each week and leave out any giveaways, advertisements, etc. Thank you for understanding! I can't wait to see what you all have to share! 
Please grab the button below (html code is in box below it) and share on your blog post so others can come and join in the link up as well!
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32 comments:

  1. Thanks for hosting JES! I don't have many herbal recipes, but I did share my tutorial on how to make your own raw liver capsules.

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    1. Perfect! Thank you! Perhaps next week you will be able to link up more because it is Food Preservation and Pantry :)

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  2. I love this link up! Can't wait to see what else gets linked up!:)

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    1. Thanks for joining in :) I was hoping you would include your Soothing Lollipops... I always liked that idea!

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  3. I shared my ShamPhree Haircare I think there are 5 posts on my site about it now. This is just the recipe card. They are linked. All natural. Thank you far the opportunity to share with such like minded bloggers.

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    1. Wonderful! I look forward to reading it :) Thank you for sharing with us!

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  4. O my poor printer, and poor me when I have to ask my husband for more ink already!! I can't wait to make some plantain salve. It has to beat chewing the leaves and slapping them on booboos, bites, and stings!
    Rebecca Ayers

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    1. Yikes, I hate asking for more printer ink too! Make sure you print on fast draft each time which uses way less ink ;) ~ Advice from a fellow printing loving pilgrim (Also, you can do printer ink refills at places like Costco for le$$)

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  5. JES, This is an amazing line-up of wonderful remedies! I will definitely be back to read...and read! Just very cool that you have 50+ on your first link-up!!
    I am so glad I got your reminder!!! We are leaving for Georgia for a wedding that our sons are both in and totally spaced it as I helped them get ready for a camping/hiking trip to Linville Gorge on the way. They just spent the night in the mountains an it got down to below 40 last night =D We will leave soon, so this is perfect! You are a gem, JES, and I continue to pray for you and your dear family often!!!! Blessings :)

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    1. Sounds like a "good" busy! Thank you for squeezing this in :)

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  6. Thanks for hosting this, and for the invitation, Jes! :)

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  7. Thanks for hosting this, it's a wonderful idea! We have a post about it on our website today.

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    1. Loved your post! Thank you for sharing and the enthusiasm you share with me :)

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  8. I am so thankful for this - what a wealth of great information here! I just shared this post on my FB page :)

    I'm visiting from the Wise Woman link-up!
    ~Lisha

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    1. Thanks Lisha! We appreciate it :)

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  9. Oh my goodness! This link-up is like a candy store for me! What a great idea - so many talented bloggers out there and such a wealth of information being shared! Thanks Jes

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    1. Hope some of these wonderful posts will bless you :) Thanks for stopping by!

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  10. WOW! You've got a treasure trove going here =) I linked my simple slippery elm lozenge recipe...it feels good to dabble in the community again! Thanks Jes!!

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    1. Thank you for sharing here with others today! It looks like an excellent recipe :)

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  11. The3re were some very interesting posts on this link up! Thank you for hosting!

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  12. Thank you so much!!! This is just what I have been needing!!!! Your site is wonderful!!!

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    1. Glad some of this can be helpful to you! Thanks for taking the time to comment :)

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  13. I bookmarked this page last October. I came back today and discovered that the links were gone. :-( Do you have a way to update the post with the links since Linky Tools is expired?

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    1. Hi Jenn, Yes, give me a day and I can see what I can do. Thanks for your interest :)

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  14. I bookmarked this page in October. I came back today and discovered all the links are gone. :-(

    Do you have a way to update the post with the links?

    The post says "Linky Tools subscription expired. List not available".

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    1. Hi Jenn, Yes, give me a day and I can see what I can do. Thanks for your interest :)

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  15. I just came across your site and love it!!! I would like to print all of your Herbal Medicine Cabinet recipes at one time. Do you have a link to do this?

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    1. I wish it were that easy :) I am working on fine-tuning our printing system but haven't decided which way to go yet. Sorry! It will just have to be individually for now. Hope some of these recipes will bless you!

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