Small Businesses Need Help - #STANDWITHSMALL

Small businesses need help at this time. We are in a crisis due to the Coronavirus and you can do your part to keep their employees and themselves in business. If you can afford it right now, check out all of the health-related items I picked from small business shops on Etsy. Each product costs under forty dollars. Help #STANDWITHSMALL and also check out the Etsy Editors' picks which will be different from my product picks below.


Organic Dried Elderberries from Eco Fashion UA
You probably thought this was raisins or caviar. No these are dried elderberries and elderberries are packed with antioxidants and vitamins that may boost your immune system. They are also used to make jellies and jams. Eco Fashions elderberries come from Ukraine. If you want to support a shop in The United States, try The Nurtured Leaf



Palm Repair from Monkey Movement
This hand treatment is for climbers so you know it can help us right now with all the hand washing we are doing every day. All of our hands must be a dried and chapped mess. Palm repair has natural ingredients that climbers trust to coat their hands without affecting their grip. This is a product we all can use at this time. 



Raw Unpasteurized Honey from The Spartan Table
This honey is from the "gods".  It comes from wild oak trees on Taygetus and Parnonas Mountains in Greece. The phytonutrients in honey are responsible for its antioxidant properties, as well as having antifungal and antibacterial traits. It is also an excellent sugar substitute for people who want sweetness without sugar. Read more about the story of where their honey comes from on their product page. If you are looking for honey from the states, check out this shop: Big Bottom Outpost



Turmeric Body Scrub from Moe Soft Skin
This is a time for reflection and self-care. We cannot let this virus stop us from taking good care of ourselves and what not a better way than treating our bodies to a body scrub. Moe Soft Skin says, "Turmeric has been used for centuries and can be used for many things. One very common thing Turmeric is used for is your skin! Turmeric gives your skin that extra boosting glow that your skin needs. It helps fight acne, scars, and wrinkles. Say goodbye to dull skin and hello to glowing, soft skin." Go ahead and give this Southern company some love and check out their other products too.

Bird of Paradise Wood Journal from Here After LA
This gorgeous journal is what we can be doing right now, writing down our thoughts and reflections at this time. If not, it is also a great journal for writing out our to-do lists and daily projects. They state that they laser cut and hand-bind each journal in their sunny Los Angeles studio. It is made from certified sustainable wood in the United States. 


Bread Baker from Neal Pottery
If you want to learn how to make bread this is your chance. It is also a way to save money, nothing is cheaper than making bread from scratch. A best-seller and their bread baker have been featured in Midwest Living magazine. Neal Pottery states, "Each bread baker includes 12 recipes. Each designed to fit perfectly in our pot. We have received rave reviews on our bread recipes over the years, and we are sure that you will find your favorite." I have made baked bread in the past and you will taste the difference between fresh-baked and store-bought bread.


Himalayan Bath Soak from Belier Handmade
If you love taking baths then bath salts can make you feel renewed, help melt away stress, relax your muscles, relieve aches and pains, and experience a sense of well-being. According to Belier Handmade, pink Himalayan salt is one of the purest salts available. It contains more than 80 minerals and also nutrients that help to detox your body while relaxing your mind. Another Southern company you can support and they are located in North Carolina. 


Healing Spices and Herbs and Cooking Chart from Amalgam Art
No more running to google to figure out how spices can help keep your immunity boosted. Download and frame it for your kitchen and is a quick reference to culinary and medicinal properties while cooking. Read more about their charts on their site.

Here are my picks to #STANDWITHSMALL businesses. Even when we get through this crisis, it is always good to help small businesses throughout the year. Let me know which of my picks you like to purchase.


*Bear in mind that some of the links in this post are affiliate links and if you go through them to make a purchase I will earn a commission. Keep in mind that I link these companies and their products because of their quality and not because of the commission I receive from your purchases. The decision is yours, and whether or not you decide to buy something is completely up to you.

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