Trilight Health Review and a Giveaway
Trilight Health (formerly Trilight Herbs) has been my personal go-to shop for prepared herbal, glycerin-based tinctures (TinctTracts) for more than six years. Since we as a family do not use conventional medicine we rely on natural alternatives like herbs and homeopathy to support us if we are sick.
I like glycerin-based herbal medicine for my kids because it is easier to give and it tastes better than alcohol-based tinctures. They don’t mind taking these herbs since they taste sweet rather than burn like alcohol. Trilight Health uses Kosher, vegetable glycerin in all of their products. As stated on their website, Trilight Health products are bioavailable and fast acting. You can feel confident that they will help support the body’s natural defenses through an illness or help prevent one.
One of my favorite features of Trilight is that herbalist Shonda Parker helped formulate the pregnancy line of TincTracts. I have been a fan of hers for years and her books have been instrumental in me being able to be an effective primary care provider for my family.
The first product I used from Trilight was Peace Treaty. My son used to have night terrors when he was little to the point that they would begin before he went to sleep. He was so anxious that he would freak out at bedtime each night. I would give him a small amount of Peace Treaty which contains soothing, calming herbs and within 15 minutes he would calm down and be able to get a good night’s sleep.
I highly recommend Trilight Health products because they are safe, effective, and easy to use.
I am giving away a 2 oz bottle of Peace Treaty to 1 lucky reader. Enter below and good luck!
Sarah is a wife, mom of 4, farm owner, and real food blogger at Real Food Outlaws. She is also an Master Herbalist and owns 90210 Organics, an Eco-boutique and Apothecary. She holds a Master’s Degree in Applied Clinical Nutrition from New York Chiropractic College and is a Clinical/Functional Nutritionist and Advanced Nutrition Response Testing™ Practitioner at Natural Health Improvement Center of South Jersey and Natural Health Improvement Center of Des Moines. You can often find her barefoot in the garden (or kitchen), or rummaging through a refrigerator (not necessarily her own).