Monday, 9 October 2017

New Neal's Yard Remedies products

I have widened the range of Neal's Yard Remedies products that are available at my home - whereas on orders you will have to pay parcelling costs, on these products you don't (I have done that for you!).

Here is a visual for them - I'll post a list below of products and prices too.

White Tea Range
White Tea Facial Mask                      £26.50
White Tea Facial Mist                       £11.50
White Tea Toning Eye Gel                £24
Essential Oils
Essential Oil Lavender                      £6.70
Body Lotions
Beauty Sleep Body Lotion                                £21
Calendula & Oat Lotion                                    £21.50
Frankincense & Mandarin Body Lotion            £21.50
Hand Creams
Garden Mint & Bergamot Hand Cream        £10
Geranium & Orange Hand Cream                £10
Hand Defence Spray                                     £6.50
Rose Facial Wash 50ml                                 £9
Orange Flower Facial Wash 50 ml                £9
Bath & Shower
Refreshing Body Wash                                  £9
Aromatic Foaming Bath                                £8.50
Aromatic Shower Gel                                    OFFER      £14     £7
Seaweed & Arnica Shower Gel                     OFFER           £14     £7
Rosemary & Elderflower Shower Gel           £11
Lavender Bath Salts                                       £14.50
Nurturing Rose Shampoo                              £11.50
Revitalising Orange Flower Shampoo          £11.50
Geranium Shampoo                                       £11.50
Geranium Conditioner                                   £11.50
Rosemary & Cedarwood Hair Treatment      £6.50
Argan Oil                                                       £17.50
Lemon & Coriander Deodorant                     £8.50
Rose & Geranium Deodorant                        £8
Lavender & Aloe Vera Deodorant                 £8.50
Bee Lovely
Bee Lovely Bath & Shower Gel                    £14
Bee Lovely Hand Wash                                 £12.50
Bee Lovely Hand Cream                               £10
Herbal Creams
Calendula Cream                £7
Aloe Vera Juice                      £5
Joint Supplement                   £15
Pro-Bio Boost                        £24.50
Zinc Complex                        £12.50
Box Sets
Hand Cream Box of 3                                              £24
Geranium & Orange Organic Body Collection       £27

As some people might be looking for gifts for the holiday period, here are some more gift box ideas apart from the one I have at home (see list): 


Delicious immune-boosting elderberry tea

Early September I managed to pick quite a big amount of elderberries which I washed, dried and stored in my freezer with the plan of making my own elderberry syrup later on this Autumn. Unfortunately I got a cold before I managed to make my elderberry syrup, and the first few days I just felt too ill to get started on it. But luckily I found this wonderful immune-boosting elderberry tea recipe which is super quick to make and where the sweetener is optional! 

You can also use dried elderberries - you'll need slightly less of them than when using frozen ones.

Ingredients for 1 mug of elderberry tea

  • 450ml filtered water (I use a Berkey water filter)
  • 3 tablespoons of frozen/fresh elderberries or 2 tablespoons of dried elderberries
  • 1/4 tsp cinnamon powder
  • 1/2 tsp turmeric paste (turmeric and black pepper boiled together for min. 7mins to activate the curcumin - you can make a batch and keep it in the fridge)
  • 1 tsp pf raw honey (optional)


  1. Put the water and elderberries into a small saucepan.
  2. Add the turmeric paste and cinnamon.
  3. Bring to a boil, then reduce heat and simmer for about 15 minutes. This helps bring out the beneficial properties of the elderberries.
  4. Remove from heat and let cool for about 5 minutes.
  5. Finally, strain through a fine mesh strainer and pour into your mug
  6. Stir in raw honey (if using).
  7. You can also drink this tea cold: just pour your strained liquid into a mason jar and allow it to cool, then refrigerate until cold.

Tuesday, 3 October 2017

Logo for Sikhs(') Nurturing Nature

The lovely Sadhan Kaur has created a logo for Sikhs(') Nurturing Nature, that I can hopefully start using for this blog soon (when I figure out how to get it on here!) and on my products and banners for when I have a stall with the products at events...

Here it is: