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Friday, December 21, 2012

The People's Choice Award

Vote for your favorite blog post in The People's Choice Awards.

Each week amazing bloggers link up incredible posts on the Wildcrafting Wednesday blog hop. Based on responses from our readers, the following ten posts were this year's most popular Wildcrafting Wednesday entries.

We want to recognize the outstanding work and talent of these bloggers and need your help choosing the winners of The People's Choice Award. Please visit each of the following blogs, read the posts, and vote for your favorite.

Voting will take place on all four Wildcrafting Wednesday host sites: 
and right here on The Woodwife's Journal

 Votes will be accepted from Wednesday, December 26 through Friday, January 4th and the three winners with the most votes will be announced Monday, January 7th. Each reader may only vote once on each host site, so choose wisely! :)
That means you have the chance to cast 4 votes total!

Your choices for The People's Choice Award are:

Natural Vapor Rub for Coughs and Colds by Nearly Natural Nicole

Immune Boosting Tea by Modern Alternative Mamma

Sloe Gin by Wildcraft Vita

Garlic: From Plagues to Panacea by The Family Herbalist

Very Personal Herbal Remedies by The Woodwife's Journal

Why Sea Salt is Good for You (and Table Salt is Not) by Small Footprint Family

Mullein for Colds and Flu by Joybilee Farm

Voting has closed.  Results will be posted on Jan. 7th.
Thanks for your participation.

And the winners are...!

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