Pre-orders will begin August 5, 2019 for the first set of 10 limited boxes that will be shipped September 16, 2019.
I am super excited to share with you this new project I am starting. I am calling them Ditch Witch Mischief boxes, and I know that some of you will let the name alone sway your interest towards not purchasing one of these limited edition monthly boxes. I invite you to open to the fun of receiving one of these monthly boxes before you decide.
Here’s how they work:
Ditch Witch Mischief boxes are seasonally based and may contain a variety of materials and items.
Boxes are seasonally themed. While each year there may be some similar items in the boxes, my intention is to keep them new and exciting.
Each box will contain 4 to 5 items, with the exception of kits which may contain more when you account for all components of the kit.
Some boxes may contain focused items for spiritual use (smoke bundles, candles, etc.), and others will definitely be more geared toward physical benefits (lotions, salves, mini-facial kits).
Boxes will contain at least one “main” item with smaller accompanying items, or they will be kits comprised of the dry materials you will need for a recipe, the instructions to make it and a link to a “virtual mini-class” where I will walk you through the process and talk about why you might work with the herbs in the kid.
The main contents of the boxes will be disclosed during the pre-order time frame, so you aren’t left guessing.
There’s no monthly commitment. However, if you commit to receive all three boxes for the season you will receive a 20% discount on the 3rd box.
I will take pre-orders each month for the next month’s boxes, depending on how many people jump on the pre-order will determine whether there will be 10 or 20 boxes made available.
Ditch Witch Mischief boxes will be priced between $25.00 to $40.00 plus shipping expenses based on the contents. 20% of the proceeds from November boxes will be donated to a local charity or regional nonprofit organization, and I will post which organization and how much was donated on social media as it is done.
In accordance with the laws of the state of Wisconsin and professional standards, all information provided through classes, consultations, online blog posts or all other channels offered by Wise Waters Botanicals is intended for the purposes of education regarding the safe and wise use of plants and other complementary alternative medicine topics. At no point should any information or service offered by Wise Waters Botanicals and Amy Shea take the place of a physician’s diagnosis and/or treatment. Herbs and other botanicals are considered to be food products by the FDA, and are not classified as “medicines.” This is merely a place through which a person might gather knowledge regarding botanical and herbal options to empower themselves into becoming more self-reliant in their own wellness journey.