Medicine Cabinet Makeover

Natural Medicine Cabinet

So many of us are on this journey to living a more natural/non-toxic life.  One of the last places we rid out the chemicals is in our medicine cabinets!  In all reality-this is probably the first place we should start.  Today I’m going to give you some tips and alternatives so that you can rid your medicine cabinet of harmful products!  Read on to find out what is in my natural medicine cabinet!

A lot of what is in my medicine cabinet might need a bit of explaining so follow the links to find out how to use these natural remedies!  What I have listed below is exactly what is in my cabinet.  Apart from the occasional IB Profin, the girls and I don’t take anything besides what’s on the list.  Natural remedies can work slower then synthetic so that’s why I do keep something unnatural for pain relief but other then that, I would rather keep my system clean then achieve short-term relief  that comes with side effects.

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Body/Muscle Aches:

  • Homemade Tiger Balm-I love this DIY so much.  It feels so good and smells like coco cola-no joke.

Cuts, Bites and Burns:


Stomach Bugs:

Ear Infections:

  • Essential Oil Blend-recipe HERE.



  • Lavender Essential Oil

Yeast Infections:



One more natural remedy that I keep on hand are the ingredients to combat dehydration.  No worries-I’m sharing this recipe later in the week!  Stay tuned!

I hope this has inspired you to rid out your own cabinet!  I want to make it easy and hopefully it helps for me to share exactly what is in my own home.  Please share your natural remedies in the comments!  I’m sure I’m forgetting something!!

xx, Jenni



DIY Natural Medicine Cabinet


Jennifer Phillips
Jennifer Phillips

Jennifer Phillips worked as a licensed aesthetician for over 8 years before creating the natural skin care blog, Jenni Raincloud.

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  1. Elizabeth
    September 21, 2015 / 7:11 am

    The apple cider vinegar is amazing for sore throats. I just put a splash in water and sip it throughout the day. For my kids I will sweeten it with raw honey. I learned this from my grandmother years ago. It really works! ACV is amazing!

  2. October 3, 2015 / 10:30 am

    Question for you! How do you print your labels for your products?? I want to make stuff and put it in my medicine cabinet like you do! So cute.

    • October 12, 2015 / 4:45 pm

      Paige-I use avery labels and then their website to print. As far as the style-I usually google something like “retro fabric” and use that for my background. Usually the rest I can do on! Hope this helps!

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