1 August, 2018

Win A Summer Healthcare Essentials Bundle From Indigo Herbs

Week 2 of the school summer holiday and both my two have already been poorly – and that’s without leaving the house!  There are lots of common health conditions that can pop up unwanted and ruin your summer fun, but from sunburn to tummy bugs, skin irritations and travel sickness, Mother Nature has a cure for everything.  And the natural approach is often better than relying on medicines which may have some nasty side effects.

Summer healthcare giveaway - woman in a meadow wearing a head band of flowers

Photo by BRUNO CERVERA on Unsplash

Not only that, but taking a natural approach to your health during the summer feels kind of empowering, doesn’t it?  You are not only treating your body with kindness but being kind to the environment too.

So, I have 3 bundles of summer healthcare essentials to give away, ideal for your kitchen cabinet and your travel washbag from Indigo Herbs, based in one of my favourite places, Glastonbury.

They offer a wide range of premium quality nutritionally rich organic superfoods, herbal powders, aromatherapy oils and loose herbal teas – all ethically and sustainably sourced.

Here are the products they suggest are must-haves for your summer medicine chest – and I have 3 sets to give away.

 

Organic Coconut Oil 500ml £4.99 – SUMMER SKIN & HAIR CARE

This 100% pure cold-pressed oil is not only the best oil for cooking in the kitchen but it’s also a precious ingredient for hair and skin care. It’s naturally anti-bacterial so can aid the healing of any skin sore or wound. It can also be very protective against sun damage for the hair and skin, and it has achieved popularity as an oral hygiene agent by the method of oil pulling. It’s well worth having a jar of this around to take care of your natural health needs.

Tea Tree Oil 10ml £3.99 – ANTI-BACTERIAL

This essential oil has anti-bacterial and anti-fungal properties and this makes it a No 1 first aid kit must have. It can be used in place of an anti-bacterial agent for cuts, sores, fungal infections and more. Can be used when needed.

Lavender Oil 10ml £4.99 – HEALING SUNBURN

This essential oil is a No 1 healer for burns, including sunburn. It is also extremely calming and can aid a good night’s sleep or help control anxiety. Again this little oil is a must for the first aid kit. Can be used when needed.

You can find more on the Indigo Herbs website where you’ll find a natural health guide, healthy recipes and even a directory of alternative therapy practitioners.

The giveaway

Entry to the giveaway is via the GLEAM widget and the usual terms and conditions apply, which you can find on my competitions page.  UK entrants only.

There are 3 prizes, each comprising:-

All as described above. The giveaway ends at 11:59 pm on Friday 31 August.

Summer healthcare bundle from Indigo Herbs (3 winner)

Good luck.

*post contains an affiliate link.

98 responses to “Win A Summer Healthcare Essentials Bundle From Indigo Herbs”

  1. MARIA ROGERS says:

    tea tree oil cures most things, i always have a bottle handy, bites, stings, spots, rashes, sunburn

  2. Tanya says:

    I always have some Rose Water to help with my eczema

  3. frances hopkins says:

    Orange juice

  4. Annabel Greaves says:

    I drink a lot of fruit juices

  5. Beverley Cousins says:

    Definitely Tea Tree oil, especially if i’ve got blocked sinuses & cuts.

  6. Donna Loxton says:

    I use tea tree oil for a few things and a honey and lemon drink when feeling under the weather.

  7. Kim M says:

    Strong peppermint tea always picks me up x

  8. Susie Wilkinson says:

    Tea tree is my go to for lumps, bumps, stings and nits!

  9. Susie Wilkinson says:

    Commented on Review: Turn Your Cleaning Into A Spa Experience With The TINCTURE Cleaning Range

  10. Margaret Gallagher says:

    Lavender – calming and i just love the scent

  11. Solange says:

    Honey and lemon.

  12. Dale Dow says:

    I am an aromatherapist so depending on what is wrong with me I use the relevant oils with those properties

  13. S Kerry says:

    tea tree oil for me xx

  14. Lemon and honey in hot water for help with sore throats.

  15. I always reach for the lemon and honey. 🙂

  16. Ailsa says:

    I love headache balm from loveherbsonthehill

  17. Oli Marshall says:

    When I feel under the weather I find either camomile or peppermint tea to help making me feel calmer and stress free.

  18. Julie Edwards says:

    It does depend on what is wrong with me. I love peppermint oil to help with tummy aches, lavender to help sleep and relax, lemon for a pick me up. Nature has such amazing health benefits and sometimes just spending an hour barefoot in nature recharges and revitalises me.

  19. Valerie Seal says:

    I use fennel essential oil in grape oil on my ankles when they swell.

  20. Natalie Crossan says:

    honey and lemon in hot water

  21. Kelly Hirst says:

    A teaspoon of honey for a sore throat

  22. Jay says:

    Honey and lemon

  23. Herbert Appleby says:

    echinacea drops or high strength pills

  24. Christine Lockley says:

    I use menthol crystals to steam and clear my sinuses and head when I have a cold or banging headache. I also swear by Tea Tree for any pimples, spots or cuts.

  25. Lorna Ledger says:

    Garlic, or a really good curry, cleans the system!

  26. Heather Haigh says:

    Mine is Sambucol elderberry extract and manuka honey with lemon

  27. Sarah Fielding says:

    I have this wonderful herbal tea that is great at getting rid of colds!

  28. Sharon Boyd says:

    Tea tea oil perfect to treat spots, pimples, blemishes, dryness, infections and dry scalps!! Perfect for treating & soothing skin conditions

  29. Elena Kase says:

    Homemade elderberry syrupe with raw honey and cod liver oil are best remedies which work well.

  30. Ritchie says:

    Lemon tea

  31. Rachel Craig says:

    Lavender oil, can be blended with carrier oil and used on skin :- Relaxing, soothing, calming.

  32. Ritchie says:

    I commented on Inexpensive Ways To Make Your Student Accommodation Feel Like Home

  33. pete c says:

    mine is yoghurt

  34. Tracey S Anderson says:

    I grow my own herbs, aswell as having a good supply of lavender and mint available in the garden. It’s so lovely to be able to make up a simple remedy of soothing creams and lotions, and use them too in refreshing drinks such as smoothies, teas, etc … Great pick me ups! 🙂

  35. Tracey S Anderson says:

    Commented on … Review: Oddsocks Bar & Kitchen at Jurys Inn Cardiff

  36. A S,Edinburgh says:

    Orange juice and ginger. Not together, but maybe I should try that!

  37. Angela Treadway says:

    a nice cup of hot choc always helps me x

  38. Carolyn E says:

    A bowl of miso and seaweed soups does the trick for me – usually!

  39. Jade Hewlett says:

    I like to use coconut oil if I have a sore throat

  40. Sandra Fortune says:

    An aromatherapy massage with lavender and Roman chamomile is very soothing . If I start with a cold I drink lemon and honey and lots of bottled spring water

  41. Charlotte G says:

    Hot lemonade and honey always makes me feel better 🙂

  42. Rebecca Brown says:

    Honey, lemon and cayenne pepper in hot water

  43. Keith Hunt says:

    Just spray lavender everywhere.

  44. jo liddement says:

    I like to have a bath using essential oils mixed with a little almond oil. Zesty citrus, essential oils always make me feel a bit more awake and energetic, if i’m feeling tired and under the weather.

  45. Tracy B says:

    I’m a Berocca lover and I find the boost in vitamins and minerals really helps. I also like Tea tree oil and eucalyptus in an air purifier for colds.

  46. john prendergast says:

    lavender oil in a diffuser helps me relax

  47. craig havery says:

    St.John’s Wort capsules

  48. Elaine Savage says:

    I love lavender oil for a good night sleep, and then everything to the next day 🙂

  49. Joanne Billington says:

    Lavender Oil for a good nights sleep and a tea tree bath

  50. Christina Palmer says:

    A Tree oil is always to hand

  51. Laura Jones says:

    lavender oil just the smell makes you feel so much better

  52. maria says:

    As soon as I feel like I’m coming down I straight away get medicine lemsip etc It’s better to prevent than cure

  53. Julie Edwards says:

    I turn to honey, citrus oils for energy and tea tree oil for that added boost

  54. Tony D says:

    I use honey and lemon for a sore throat

  55. Victoria Prince says:

    Chamomile Tea – I just find it really comforting and it’s meant to help with a myriad of problems too!

  56. Hayley Lynch says:

    Hot Lemon Honey and ginger drink for sore throats !

  57. Elaine Stokes says:

    i always have tea tree oil about, and also rescue remedy

  58. Claire Woods says:

    Olbas Oil

  59. Marie Rungapadiachy says:

    My go to is boiling water with lemon and honey.

  60. Ruth Harwood says:

    I have a habit of reaching for the paracetamol and other painkillers I have when I’m feeling unwell. Strangely, I’m feeling under the weather now lol!!

  61. Carole Nott says:

    I drink lots of hot lemon and take honey for soothing

  62. Lucy says:

    Honey and lemon along with a hot water bottle! 🙂

  63. Lynn Neal says:

    A combination of lavender and geranium works well for me!

  64. Charmaine Dance says:

    peppermint tea aids my digestion

  65. Emma Howard says:

    Hot water with honey and lemon

  66. Lisa Hall says:

    Call my mam, she’ll know what to do!!!

  67. Honey and lemon with hot water

  68. Kerry Wild says:

    Coconut oil

  69. Gill Williams says:

    I always find that lots of fruit and veg are a great pick me up.

  70. greig alan james spencer says:

    I love headache balm from Loveherbsonthehill.com.

  71. Lousie says:

    Tea tree oil is so great for healthy feet and nails.

  72. Julie Winward says:

    Tea tree oil for grazes

  73. Christine Lockley says:

    When I’m under the weather I usually drink lots of hot water with lemon (and a touch of honey) and burn peppermint and rosemary oils. Tea Tree is my go to for any spots and blemishes.

  74. sheri Darby says:

    Drinking honey and lemon

  75. hannah igoe says:

    A camomile tea is always a good pick me up

  76. Elzbieta Znyk says:

    Honey and lemon or hot milk.

  77. Jessi says:

    Drinking lots of water

  78. samantha buntain says:

    My go to would have to be fresh orange juice

  79. CAROL PATRICK says:

    I use Lavender Oil to relax and aid sleep, and Arnica gel for bumps to the skin to prevent bruising.

  80. lynda connolly says:

    i grow herbs but also use dandelion very good for the liver

  81. lynda connolly says:

    i like to use dandelion leaves – very good for the liver

  82. Tamsin Dean says:

    Honey is fantastic for colds

  83. Kim W says:

    tea tree oil and also coconut oil which both have antiseptic properties. And lavender to sleep.

  84. Kim W says:

    Commented on 5 Quick Tips To Restore Your Inner Calm in the same name as this post.

  85. Fran H says:

    Ginseng!!

  86. lauren carrett says:

    St Johns Wort is a perfect pick me up

  87. Adrian Bold says:

    Honey and Lemon is my choice. Thanks for the competition.

  88. Sheila Reeves says:

    Always have Tea Tree oil in the house, and use Sambucol if I feel the start of flu-like symptoms

  89. Lindseylofty says:

    I use tea tree oil for a lot of things

  90. Fiona jk42 says:

    I always use hot lemon juice and honey if I have a sore throat or cold.

  91. Fiona jk42 says:

    commented on Soft Play

  92. Angela MacDonald says:

    I love jasmine oil, I find it really uplifting

  93. sharon martin says:

    honey & lemon to sooth and lavander oil to aid sleep

  94. Amy Jo McLellan says:

    I love honey and lemon! 🙂

  95. Cassandra D says:

    The tea tree oil.

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *