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A Medicinal Garden Kit for Starting a Small Backyard Pharmacy

A Medicinal Garden Kit for Starting a Small Backyard Pharmacy

Editor’s note:: I found this review of our Medicinal Kit and I think it is a fair one. I reposted on my website, so If you want please check it out below:


For a very long time, I’ve been looking for a seed kit to start a small medicinal garden in my backyard. I’m no spring chicken anymore and as health problems start to creep up, I knew some old-fashioned natural remedies could help.

The problem was I never have the time or that much energy to go out foraging for the plants needed to make them.

So, I decided to grow my own, on a small plot, no bigger than 10 by 3 feet in total.

The problem with most of the seed kits I found online was they either didn’t have the right plants or they took up a lot more space than I had available. I was looking for something more complete than I could use not just for one condition, like a headache or an upset stomach but for everything I needed.

This one was just right and I very much liked that is made by an experienced herbalist Dr. Nicole Apelian. It’s true that it’s a little bit more expensive but still compared with the money we pay on pills, it’s nothing. When I go buy one drug and pay $70 or even $80 dollars I usually don’t think twice. You can probably relate…and that’s just to treat a single condition!

This kit contains over 1625 NON-GMO seeds to grow 10 plants that cover a senior like me for almost every medical need: painkiller, stop bleeding, sleeping aid, stomach relief, allergies, rheumatism, anti-inflammatory, prostate and bladder, anti-viral and immunity booster, and of course a blood sugar controller for diabetes.

I also believe it’s equally important that all these seeds are US grown. What that tells me is that the plants they make will be much better adapted to the soil and the climate in my own backyard. And the one in yours too!

A while back I made the mistake of buying one of those popular seeds kits off Amazon only to find out every seed was coming from China. Needless to say, the results were terribly disappointing.

When my medicinal garden kit arrived a few short days after ordering it I was like a kid on Christmas morning. I could not wait to open the package. Here’s what it looked like once I opened it and laid everything out.

The first thing I noticed was that every seed pack came with specific planting instructions on it. So I would not have to search online for the instructions. Phew!

What caught my eye next was the medicinal guide included.

As the weather was fine outside, I grabbed a shovel, took with me the Medicinal Garden Kit, and headed into the backyard to start planting my own natural pharmacy.

So, here’s what the seeds look like after some time in the ground, water, and plenty of sunlight.

Most of them germinated into a medicinal plant that would offer me and my family relief. Even the tree had taken hold. I started using it to manage my blood sugar.

I was actually surprised at how good my new medicinal plants looked. Here’s a closer look:

Before long I began to harvest the plants…making sure I don’t take too much and upset the natural balance. The first in line was Chamomile. I’m making a tea out of it now, that not only helps me sleep like a baby but also plays a part in managing my blood sugar. The spikes have really been reduced after I started to drink it every day.

But there is another plant in the garden that helps with that even more, which I’ll let you discover on your own.

Over the next couple of weeks, using the medicinal guide that came with the kit I started to make my own tinctures and other natural remedies that I had not even heard about before. To be honest they are not at all hard to make.

But the best part is not that I now have an alternative in my medicine cabinet. What surprised me the most is that I could safely cut back on my pill use with no ill effects. The plants were doing their job…and my body responded with more energy and less “foggy-head” days.

My wife is using our new medicinal garden to deal with some nagging joint and hip pain she’s been getting lately.

All in all, I’m very happy with The Medicinal Garden Kit. It’s everything I was looking for and more.

Check out The Medicinal Garden Kit here!

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7 Comments

  • Dawn Smith Posted September 18, 2020 1:43 pm

    I am from Canada and trying to order the medicinal seed pkg but your form is not working for my Canadian address. I have your book and agree with your solutions to meds. Please let me know how I can obtain your seed offer.

    • The Lost Herbs Posted September 21, 2020 6:45 am

      Hi Dawn,

      Thank you very much for your feedback and interest in our work.
      Unfortunately, at the moment the seed pack is available for shipping only in the US.
      I will keep your contact and as soon as we have the seeds available for international delivery I will get back to you.

      God bless!

  • Allen Cook Posted September 18, 2020 3:23 pm

    Thank You

  • Teri Pokusa Posted September 18, 2020 5:16 pm

    Hi,
    I live in daytona beachside, florida. Will all the seeds grow in my area? My plant hardiness zone is 9B. Thanks

    • The Lost Herbs Posted September 21, 2020 7:04 am

      Hi Teri,

      Thank you for your interest in our work.
      Yes, the seeds will grow in your area.
      The growing season in zone 9 typically lasts from late February to early December. Planting season extends all the way to the end of the year if the days are mostly sunny.
      You’ll find a good source of information on the back of the seed pack.

      God bless!

  • Janece Posted October 8, 2020 1:49 pm

    My zone is 4 & gets pretty cold here. Will these work in my zone

    • The Lost Herbs Posted October 9, 2020 3:02 pm

      Hi Janece,

      All the plants from the medicinal kit will grow in Zone 4 as well.
      The only one that needs more heat is be Moringa.

      Moringa indeed thrives in hardiness zone 9-11, but it can totally grow in cold climates and can go through short periods of extremely cold weather.
      They go dormant in winters, their leaves shrivel and fall when temperatures drop below 40 F.
      They come back to life once again in spring.

      God bless!

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