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Homegrown Collective Review – February 2013 + Coupon + Giveaway!

Homegrown Collective Review - February 2013 + Coupon + Giveaway!

This month’s Homegrown Collective theme is “How Sweet It Is” – a box inspired by honey and honey bees!  P.S. There’s an awesome giveaway at the end of this post!

Homegrown Collective Review - February 2013 + Coupon + Giveaway!

The Box: The Homegrown Collective

The Cost: $39 a month plus $9 shipping (Free shipping and free month with annual subscription)

The Products: Green products and projects that allow you to be more self-sufficient.

Homegrown Collective Review - February 2013 + Coupon + Giveaway!

Harry’s Wild Flower Honey Pure-Raw & Natural with Honey Dipper – Value $10.99

Homegrown Collective always includes information on every item, why it was selected, it’s benefits, and recipe ideas and tips. This time they included info on the 6 Benefits of Honey. I didn’t know you could use honey to treat cuts, burns or scrapes – apparently it acts as an antibiotic ointment!

Homegrown Collective Review - February 2013 + Coupon + Giveaway!

Sweet Almond Oil

Essential Citrus Oil 

Harry’s All Natural Beeswax – Value $7.99

Homegrown Collective Review - February 2013 + Coupon + Giveaway!

Salve & Lip Balm Tins (these are empty for you to make your own lip balm).

Organic Shea Butter

This box also included instructions on how to make your own beeswax lip balm! You combine the grated beeswax, essential oil, and shea butter. I haven’t made this yet, but I can tell you that all the ingredients smell amazing!

Homegrown Collective Review - February 2013 + Coupon + Giveaway!

Organic Dried Rose Hips

Harry’s Local Bee Pollen – Value $12.99

Ball Pint Jar

Thanks to the Homegrown Collective I’m building quite an impressive glass jar and bottle collection! Also, I didn’t even know you could eat Bee Pollen (I learn something new every month thanks to this box) but not only can you eat it – it has more protein than pretty much any other food!

From the Homegrown Collective:

Bee Pollen contains much more protein per opunce than any other natural food. It is considered one of nature’s most nourishing foods. It caontains nearly all nutrients required by humans. It aids in digestion. Bee pollen is also believed to reduce stress and ti increase stamina and alertness.

Got allergies? Bee pollen has long been known as a natural remedy. Simply eat a few granules each day to build up a tolerance, increasing the amount over time.

Harry, however, recommends bee pollen for more energy. He says that ounce for ounce, bee pollen is higher in protein than meat. He suggests customers undertake the following test: Consume a teaspoon a day for seven days and see whether your energy level isn’t completely transformed.

Ok, now on to the giveaway! One lucky reader will win the upcoming March Homegrown Collective box. (I will contact the winner via email so please use an email you check frequently).

 

 

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Written by Liz Cadman

Liz Cadman

Liz is the founder of My Subscription Addiction. She’s been hooked on subscription boxes since 2011 thanks to Birchbox, and she now subscribes to over 100 boxes. Her favorites include POPSUGAR Must Have, FabFitFun, and any box that features natural beauty products!

Posted in Blog, Subscription Box Reviews, The Homegrown Collective| Tags: eco-friendly | 56 comments

Comments (56)

  1. the honey box is perfect. we eat honey on everything here at our house.
    i also buy local beeswax to make my own candles!
    the feb box is perfect!

  2. The honey and mushroom sets both look great.

  3. I love the cure-all box or this month’s box!

  4. Ohh, I love the home-y feel to it! I just might have to try this subscription box out! 🙂

  5. Love the mushroom kits! I’ve always wanted to try that.

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