To honor the end of this wonderfully difficult year, I wanted to give you one last chance to take advantage of a few specials that I’ve had running.
If your New Year’s Resolution is to be healthier, or to take care of yourself in a more nourishing, holistic way... Sign up for an initial consultation! After January 1st, these current per-session rates will no longer be available. You may purchase a session to use within 3 months, if you are still in the midst of holiday bliss and not ready to get started yet.
I have some new herbal tricks up my sleeve, and will be keeping the half hour sessions available through the cold/flu season! If you are suffering with a cold/flu, sign up for a session and we’ll get started with herbal remedies and suggestions for easing you through the cold/flu process. If you want assistance and ideas regarding the prevention of cold/flus, this package is also suitable for you!
Buy any of the products available on the Quaternity Holistics’ webstore using the coupon code FreeShip2014 to get free shipping on all products now through the end of 2014.
There is a limited supply of salves and flower essences, get them while they last!
My favorite salve right now is the Clean Care Salve – it has turmeric, coptis, burdock and other herbs that Clear Heat making it the perfect choice for cuts and all manner of skin ailments that have the tendency to be angry and red.
If you order the Tattoo Trio, you save 10% with the bundled price versus purchasing the products separately. The trio includes: 1oz of Pain-Free tincture (to use while you are getting tattooed), and one tin each of Fresh Wound Salve (pre-peel phase) and Healing Salve (peeling and post-peel phases.)
About my salves: each contains oils, vitamin E and beeswax to protect, soothe and nourish skin. The herbs in the salves are infused fresh or dried, or heat-infused using an Ayurvedic method which employs the use of water, herb and oil. The methods are unique to each herb; this ensures that the desired herbal properties are most effectively extracted. Herbs with volatile oils (such as clove or thyme) are infused and not heated to preserve the volatile oils, whereas roots (such as coptis or burdock) are extracted with the Ayurvedic method.
Feel free to email me with questions, comments, or to say hi. I’d love to hear from you!
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I hope you’ve had a great holiday season! See you in 2015!