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Get Well Soon Gift Set
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This really has everything you need to feel better after a stay in hospital. I particularly love the Badger balm and body wrap - they both made me feel so cosy and relaxed.
About Get Well Soon Gift Set
Cancer and its treatment can cause a broad range of side-effects and symptoms. From nausea, aches and pains to insomnia and dry, irritated skin, it can be a lot to go through without the right products. We've put together a handy gift set full of useful products for those who may need a pick me up while staying in Hospital for treatment or surgery.
The Get Well Hospital Gift Set includes:
- Gin Gins Ginger Chews
- Badger Sleep Balm (21g)
- Lyonsleaf Calendula (30ml)
- Microwaveable Wrap
Gin Gins Ginger Chews: Many people undergoing cancer treatment find they struggle with nausea. Ginger is known to be a natural way of stopping nausea. Gin Gins Ginger Chews are natural, stimulating and delicious. The chews are satisfyingly spicy which help to fend off nausea and perfect for taking on-the-go. This product is gluten-free.
Badger Sleep Balm: Insomnia can occur when going through cancer. Badger Sleep Balm is a dreamy night balm, rich with precious oils to calm, encourage, cheer and relax. The sophisticated blend of essential oils helps quiet your thoughts and clear your mind, allowing you fall asleep naturally. The balm contains rosemary, lavender, bergamot, ginger and balsam fir. Rosemary is the traditional herb for clear thinking, confidence and memory. Bergamot is mentally uplifting, and Ginger is strengthening and confidence inducing. Balsam Fir is refreshing, like a walk in the woods, while Lavender is the traditional sleep herb fresh and relaxing.
Lyonsleaf Calendula Cream: Cancer and its treatment can often cause the skin to become irritated, itchy and dry. The award-winning Lyonsleaf Calendula Cream is ideal to help tackle these issues. It is a high-quality product that comes with the highest of recommendations from other cancer patients and is particularly beneficial for treating skin inflammation.
Fleecy Microwavable Lavender Wheat Wrap: This soft and cosy wrap is heated in the microwave. The filling of natural wheat provides therapeutic relief for aches and pains, and the lavender will allow you to relax and unwind. Available in five colours this wrap is the perfect treat for yourself or a friend!
Gin Gins Ginger Chew: Ginger (8%), cane sugar, tapioca starch
Badger Sleep Balm: *Olea europaea (extra virgin olive) oil, *ricinus communis (castor) oil, *cera alba (beeswax), essential oils of *citrus aurantium bergamia (bergamot), *lavandula angustifolia (lavender), *rosmarinus officinalis (rosemary verbenone), *zingiber officinale (ginger), *abies balsamea (balsam fir) and co2 extract of zingiber officinale (ginger). * = Certified organic
Lyonsleaf Calendula Cream: Prunus amygdalus dulcis [cold pressed almond oil], butyrospermum parkii [organic shea butter], prunus americana [cold pressed apricot kernel oil], calendula officinalis [calendula flower extract], borogo officinalis [cold pressed borage oil], tocopherol [vitamin E oil], juniperus communis [juniper essential oil], boswellia serrata [frankincense essential oil], lavendula angustifiolia [lavender essential oil], pelargonium graveolens [geranium essential oil]. Note: the essential oils naturally contain: citral, citronellol, eugenol, geraniol, limonene, linolool.
Customers often buy together
I bought this for a young mother with breast cancer. She is going through chemo now then radiation. But I m sure she will love it.
Bought for my friend who is undergoing chemo, she loved this gift and adores the badger balm in particular. Strong smells are a real problem at the moment for her due to the treatment and these little gifts can be used without any problems. You feel so helpless watching a close friend go through this hell, giving well thought out gifts like this help you to feel like you're doing something.