Oregon Honey Pot


Oregon Honey Pot– Made in Springfield, Oregon

$350 to $1000 USD

Handmade with sustainable and local woods, finished with beeswax, self-insulating, and built to last, these are an invaluable piece of any Womb care routine!

Choose from Maple, Walnut, Aeromatic Cedar or a combination of woods. Custom engravings are available. National shipping included.




What type of material (wood) is the sauna made out of?
Real local hardwoods – Walnut, Cedar, Maple, or combination of Cedar & Maple

What is the weight limit for the sauna?

Is the sauna painted, varnished or finished with anything?
Finished with beeswax

What is the Size of the Steam Chair?

What is the Size of the Hole on the Sauna?

Where are the saunas located?
Made in Springfield, Oregon

Is pickup an option for local customers in your area?

What mail courier do you plan to ship with?

What area do you ship to?
All countries are possible.

What area do you not ship to?
National shipping is included. International shipping requires an extra fee.

Is the sauna new or used?

When you get an order how many days does it take to ship?
Allow for 3-4 weeks


Warranty Information

Important – all sales are final. Hand made wooden items usually have characteristics like knots and different wood patterns. This is a one-of-a-kind hand made item. Please be sure that you will be happy with a hand-made item rather than a factory-made item with perfect edges. All sales are final and there is not any warranty on this sauna. If the sauna is defective or arrives damaged do not use it. Please let the builder know immediately within 7 days of receiving. Take photos of the defect and send them to the builder’s email contact from their listing. If it is determined that your item is defective or was damaged during shipping the item will be replaced. Save all of your packaging. You will have to re-package it for pickup by UPS. We will not replace items that do not have the original packaging for transport.

8.00 LBS


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