Are you shopping on Amazon Prime Day?
July 11th, 2017
If you don't know what Prime Day is, then don't worry, we didn't really either...we use Amazon but only for things we can't find locally.
But we also understand that cost is always a consideration, which is why the allure of cheap books on Amazon is so high.
Here is a description of Prime Day straight from Amazon:
"Prime Day is our annual deals event just for Prime members. We want Prime Day to be one of the world’s best days to shop, with awesome prices on everything you’re into. We’re bringing you hundreds of thousands of deals, new deals starting as often as every five minutes, and special offers across everything included with Prime—from music and video to reading and voice shopping."
You can kind of think of it as Half-Black-Friday, where for one day only Prime members get all sorts of deals.
So why on earth are we telling you about this?
Because we want you to benefit from it.
We love our clients and customers and think that anything that saves you money will make you happy.
So what do you need to do?
Start your 30-day free trial if you’re not already a Prime member.
Are you a student? Start a 6-month trial here, at no cost to you.
Then when the deals go live, get what you want.
Amazon has ton's more info on Prime Day, so we'll let them tell you all about that, but we wanted to help you out and offer some suggestions of things to look for.
We offer a lot of books in our store, and of course we'd love it if you bought them directly from us, but if you want to shop the deals, then here is your perfect opportunity.
Here is a list of books we suggest you start with that you can find on Amazon:
- The Herb Book by John Lust
- Botany in a Day by Thomas J. Elpel
- Newcomb’s Wildflower Guide by Lawrence Newcomb
- Peterson’s Field Guide: Medicinal Plants of Eastern/Central U.S. by Steven Foster & James A. Duke
- Peterson’s Field Guide: Medicinal Plants of Western U.S. by Christopher Hobbs, Steven Foster, & Roger Tory Peterson
- Mountain States Foraging: 115 Wild and Flavorful Edibles from Alpine Sorrel to Wild Hops by Briana Wiles
- Mountain States Medicinal Plants: Identify, Harvest, and Use 100 Wild Herbs for Health and Wellness by Briana Wiles
- Healing with the Herbs of Life by Lesley Tierra
- Encyclopedia of Herbal Medicine by Andrew Chevallier
- Rosemary Gladstar’s Medicinal Herbs: A Beginner’s Guide by Rosemary Gladstar
- Body Into Balance by Maria Groves
- The Way of Herbs by Michael Tierra
- The Yoga of Herbs by David Frawley and Vasant Lad
- The Ayurveda Bible by Anne McIntyre
- The Herbalist’s Way by Nancy Phillips
- The Practice of Traditional Western Herbalism by Matthew Wood
- The Earthwise Herbal Repertory: The Definitive Practitioner's Guide by Matthew Wood
- The Book of Herbal Wisdom: Using Plants as Medicines by Matthew Wood
- The Complete Book of Essential Oils and Aromatherapy, Revised and Expanded by Valerie Ann Worwood
- The Complete Aromatherapy and Essential Oils Handbook for Everyday Wellness by Nerys Purchon & Lora Cantele
If you got all of these books then you'd have yourself one very well stocked herbal library!
By no means do you need them all, but each one of these is a staple in our library and we wanted to give you a sense of the variety of herbal books out there (and maybe give you a list to create for your next birthday...)
We hope this list is helpful for you, and that you have fun stocking your shelves.
Thank you again for supporting your local apothecary!