This cookbook and apron gift bundle is guaranteed to delight food lovers, friends and family. It’s the perfect gift to show them how much you care by giving a gift that encourages their healthier eating habits.
Also included a “how to” build your tisane ritual card, to help them on their path of wellness.
- 1 signed copy, by Cameil, of Cuisine Naturelle
- 1 Chez Cameil apron
- Tiny whisk
- 3 homemade tisanes; a blend of rose cardamom, fennel and licorice (recipe in the cookbook)
If you’re looking for a gift for the yoga enthusiast in your life, or looking for a little treat to encourage you on your journey, then this is for you ;).
With incense, sage and palo santo to help you prepare your space and mind for your practice, plus two yoga blocks and a strap to help support your Yoga asana growth. Also included is a coton Chez Cameil tote bag to keep all your Yoga goodies.
- 1 pair of 100% natural cork Yoga blocks
Carved from excellent quality recycled cork, FSC label for the respect to the forest, with edges soft and curved for your comfort.
- 1 prune colored Yoga strap
High quality, 100% cotton strap, stemming from organic farming certified by SKAL.
- 1 Chez Cameil cotton tote bag
- 1 baton of sage
Smudging is a practice old as time, developed by indigenous peoples, burning sage has been traditionally used to help clear negative energy. It’s one of many methods practitioners continue to recommend for relaxation, focus, and combating everyday stress. Those who engage in these cleansing rituals claim that burning dry sage can help clear the air and promote mindfulness.
- 1 bundle of palo santo
Palo santo means “holy wood.” For thousands of years, the wood, resin, and oil have been used for medicinal purposes. It’s mainly used to treat pain and stress. It’s also said to clear negative energy.
- 3 incense
Rose: Its smoke is linked to Venus. It attracts prosperity and harmony, love and friendship.
Coco: It brings purification and an overall sense of happiness.
Jasmine: It is soft and brings peace and calm, so it’s good for meditation.
People have burned incense to honor their gods, increase their awareness and self-heal. Their aroma sends a sign to the smell nerve and it sends that sign to the part of our brain that activates emotions. That’s why it influences our feelings and mood.