HWB is thrilled to announce a giveaway of a new book by Rachel Jepson Wolf - Herbal Adventures. Backyard Excursions and Kitchen Creations for Kids and Their Families.
On Friday we shared an interview with the author of Herbal Adventures - Rachel Jepson Wolf. Today, we are happy to say she is sharing one of the recipes from the book with our readers! The Mullein Steam is perfect for this time of year when the cough and crud season is upon us.
You still have a chance to win one of two copies of the book. The giveaway closes at midnight CST on Monday, November 12.
How to enter to win:
1) Leave a comment on this blog post.
2) Leave a comment on the interview blog post.
3) Leave a comment on one of the facebook posts about the giveaway on our FB page.
4) Leave a comment on one of the instagram posts about the giveaway.
5) Visit our FB page from the rafflecopter below (we'd love a like too - so you can stay in the loop of all of our work and interesting events, projects, and news from the world of health justice and herbal health).
6) Visit the page of the author via the rafflecopter below - LuSa:: Clean.
7) Look at the rafflecopter list to be sure you did all the entries.
See the terms and conditions at the end of the blogpost for all the details or restrictions.
From the book: "When your nose and sinuses are congested and your cough won’t quit, try a soothing mullein steam. Warm, moist, and comforting, a steam goes to the heart of the issue to clear out the gunk and help you breathe easy again."
Place a small, stable cooking pot on a folded towel or hot pad on a sturdy table. (Ensure
that the bowl is level and stable before filling.) Transfer several cups of hot liquid into the bowl. (No need to strain.) Create a tent over your head using a large bath towel, and then carefully lower your face to a safe distance above the steaming bowl of water. Inhale the soothing steam.
Exercise caution, as you will be leaning over a pot of hot liquid, and burns are possible.
Recipe used with permission. © 2018 Quarto Publishing Group USA Inc. Text © 2018 Rachel Jepson Wolf Photography © 2018 Rachel Jepson Wolf
About the Author
Rachel Jepson Wolf loves nothing more than bringing people and plants together. With a degree in environmental education and biology, Rachel spent years helping kids and adults fall in love with the natural world. In 2002 she founded LüSa Organics, a botanical body care company, and more recently began leading In-person herbal retreats for adults and children. Today Rachel lives with her husband, Pete, and their two children, Lupine and Sage, on a wonderfully weedy homestead in rural Wisconsin. Her days are spent writing, foraging, playing with plants, and homeschooling her kids. Find Rachel atlusaorganics.typepad.com, where she blogs about herbs, farm, and famIly; or explore her herbal body care line at lusaorganics.com.
Enter for a Chance to Win a Copy of Herbal Adventures!
Follow the instructions below to enter for a chance to win a copy of the book Herbal Adventures. Visit facebook pages for an entry, and comment on this blog post for entries. Only one blog comment per day (CST), for up to a total of 4 entries (Friday, Saturday, Sunday, Monday). Two people will be randomly selected as winners. This giveaway is open to all global residents. Please see terms and conditions for full details, exclusions, conditions, and rules.
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