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Oregon's Wild Harvest: Herbal Giveaway Bonanza


Oregon’s Wild Harvest has organized a wonderfully abundant giveaway for A la Mama readers.

The first place winner will receive the Oregon’s Wild Harvest Herbal Stork Basket. That includes…

Maternal Sereni-Tea (1)

Fenugreek capsules-90 ct. (2)

St John’s Wort-Alcohol Free (1)
St. John's Wort - AF

Entire children’s line (1 of each of the following: Ear Drops, Echinacea-Orange Flavor, Echinacea-Raspberry Flavor, Echinacea Goldenseal-Orange Flavor, Tranquil Child, and Tummy Aid). These alcohol-free herbal products have been formulated especially for children using modified doses appropriate for the child. The 100% naturally flavored remedies are formulated to appeal to kids’ palates.
Kid Ear Drops
Children's Tummy Aid 1

Red Raspberry-.25lb (1)
Red Raspberry Leaf

Lavender Oil (1)
Lavender Oil

Happi-Tea (1)

Kids, Herbs, Health Book
Kids Herb Book

•Tea Accessories: Tea for Two gift set and Tea Steeper
Three additional individuals will win Oregon Wild Harvest’s Special-Tea collection:

•Maternal Sereni-Tea
Maternal Sereni-Tea





Here’s how you enter to win:

•Please leave a comment below with an answer to the following question: What is the most important factor to you when deciding to purchase one brand of herbal supplements, bulk herbs, herbal teas and/or spices over another brand and why?

•Click HERE to visit the Oregon’s Wild Harvest website.

•For a second chance to win, click HERE to go to the Oregon’s Wild Harvest Facebook page and become a fan; then come back and leave a second comment to tell me that you did.

And here’s a discount coupon code:

•For a limited time, Oregon’s Wild Harvest is offering a 20% discount for items purchased through their online store, so visit soon while discount applies. The coupon code is “Mothering.”

Information from Oregon’s Wild Harvest:

“Nestled in the foothills of Oregon’s majestic Mount Hood, our independently owned and operated farm is 100% certified organic and Biodynamic. Pursuing these certifications grew out of a passion for naturally healing the body and the earth. This holistic and sustainable approach delivers optimal levels of health for our soil, seeds, plants and you. This philosophy also extends to all our partnerships, ensuring that every ingredient we use comes from the best sources available. And because we responsibly process and package all the herbs right on our farm, we can guarantee that our products are the safest you can buy. The highest standards equal the best results!”

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Comments (132)

I prefer to buy organic herbal teas. That is one thing that will get me to choose one brand over another. Then it can also come down to taste.
a companys integerity is the most important thing to me before I will even consider using its products
The deal breaker for me is usually whether its ingredients were harvested/processed in a sustainable and responsible manner. That and cost, I must admit.
I always look for organic and the less processed the better. I like the ingredients to be just what I order. I like "Chamomile" to just be "Chamomile" and no addatives. I also like to know how the oils are made. Cold pressed and no alkaline or metal addations during the process of making it. Thanks.
And fanned you on Fb. ;)
I definately prefer organic products because they are healthier for my family. Made in America is also important as well as taste.
Liked your facebook page. And I really do! Thanks for the info on natural flea repellents. I will pass it on! :)
I think the purity and environment of the tea as it grows is vital to its life force, and I also seriously take into account the business ethics of the manufacturer.
Quality!!! .-= Jacquelyn´s last blog ..Stuffed Acorn Squash =-.
Prefer organic and location.
Definitely the company's reputation. It needs to be solid or I become nervous about taking the products.
I became a fan!!!
I definately prefer organic products because they are healthier for my family. Made in America is also important as well as taste. Also, how fresh the herbs are, if they are crushed, etc.
Local, organic ingredients, and taste.
I always try to buy organic, secondly I look for the lowest price!
I became a fan too!
Price is my biggest factor.
Just became a fan on FB!
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