Herb Box Shares


Purchase a Subscription to our Family Herb Share Box!

Our bi – monthly Family Herb Share Box delivers family friendly herbal remedies to your home six months out of the year! Buying a subscription is like purchasing a share in Honey Pot Herbals. All profits from the Family Herb Box sustain Honey Pot Herbals, including our gardens and apothecary as well as our commitment to providing accessible, natural health alternatives.

Each Box contains:

• a variety of herbal teas, syrups, tinctures, vinegars, soaps, lotions and more. Items in the Box are created by Registered Herbslist Joanne Kewageshig using locally grown or wild harvested herbs.

• detailed descriptions and instructions for using the products;

• medicinal information about the plants harvested for the Box.

You are also able to communicate with Registered Herbalist Joanne Kewageshig through email, texting or our Facebook discussion group.

To see what was included in previous boxes, click here!

Benefits of the Herb Box:

• Build your herbal medicine cabinet;

• Learn how local plants can support your health;

• Recieve mentoring from a Registered Herbalist;

• Deepen your knowledge and appreciation of our bio-region;

• Help sustain a small business, family farm and a low carbon footprint.

When you subscribe, the box is mailed right to your door every other month! You can purchase one box to try it out or subscribe for a few months at a time. Each box is $45 plus shipping.

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Boxes are mailed out on the following days:

February 5
April 5
June 5
August 5
October
December 5
To see what was in previous boxes, click here.

Need to know more? Read the Details!

Each Box is filled with handcrafted herbal products to maintain and enhance your family’s health. Each Box contains a mix of:

 Soaps, Lotions & Salves: These are crafted with “infused oils” which means that herbs have been soaked in sunflower, olive or coconut oil to extract the plants healing properties into the oil and then carefully strained out. These oils are used to make the soaps, lotions and salves.

Teas: Herbal teas are crafted from homegrown and locally harvested wild plants. Teas are a traditional way to take herbal medicines and consuming tea is common to all cultures.

Tinctures, Syrups and Vinegars: Tinctures are concentrated liquid extracts of herbs taken by “drop doses” for their medicinal qualities. Tinctures are easily taken with you and provide a quick and convenient way to take herbal medicines. Syrups are made by soaking herbs in honey. Vinegars are infused with herbs and make delicious garnishes and marinades.

Instructions: Each box comes with a full colour pamphlet which explains what each product is and how to use it.

Guidance: Still uncertain of how to use the products? No problem! You can ask Joanne about the products via email, phone, text or through Facebook.

June 2016 - Wild Fire Vinegar, Afterburn Witchazel Aromatherapy Water, Spring Flower Honey, Citronella Soap.

June 2016 – Wild Fire Vinegar, Afterburn Witchazel Aromatherapy Water, Spring Flower Honey, Citronella Soap.

Each Box will contain a retail value of $45 or more worth of herbal products. A small fee for shipping is added to the cost. Each Box is mailed directly to you.  You can subscribe for one month, three months or six months. Because the parcels are delivered every other month, a six month subscription will give you herbal products for a year.

Community Supported Agriculture >>>> Community Supported Herbalism

Community Supported Agriculture (CSA) is an alternative means of food distribution which connects people who buy food directly to the farmers who grow and produce food.

Community Supported Herbalism is an extension of the CSA idea to plant based healing. Community Supported Herbalism connects people who want to use herbal medicine directly with the herbalist who grows, gathers and makes the medicine. A healthy environment from which we harvest our food and medicine leads to healthy people and healthy communities.

CSAs began in North America in the 1980’s. More recently, Community Supported Herbalism projects, or CSHs have begun to spring up in the United States and in Canada. Now, Honey Pot Herbals offers a CSH – our Family Herb Box- out of Lambton County, from our family run herb farm and apothecary located at Stoney Point First Nation.

October 2016 - Goldenrod - Chamomile Tea, Elderberry Syrup, Eucalyptus Mint Soap, Breathe Easy Salve.

October 2016 – Goldenrod – Chamomile Tea, Elderberry Syrup, Eucalyptus Mint Soap, Breathe Easy Salve.

All products are made from organically grown and ethically wildcrafted herbs by Registered Herbalist Joanne Kewageshig.

If you ordered a subscription, or if you haven’t yet but would like to, please download this CSH pamphlet. If you have any questions, please email csa@honeypotherbals.ca

Local customers can also use this form to order your subscription. A paypal bill will be sent to you unless you request another form of payment (i.e. cash, email transfer or personal cheque)

If you have any questions or would like to purchase a share by other means, please contact us directly:

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