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How to Use: Wash the affected area in warm water before applying. Loosely apply a bandage for up to 12 hours, then check to see if you need to reapply the salve. If so, reapply as before as needed.
1) Treating infections such as ingrown hairs, ingrown toenails and boils.
2) Drawing out glass shards, splinters, insect stingers and burrs from plants such as thorns or cactus needles.
3) Treating insect bites (draws out the venom that causes itching and irritation).
4) Treating plant-based irritations such as poison oak, poison ivy and nettles (draws out the poisons that cause irritation and itching).
Plantain (Plantago major) - is used topically for minor cuts, bruises, and stings. Is anti-bacterial and anti-inflammatory.
Piñón pine resin (Pinus edulis) - It stimulates rapid regrowth and activates an efficient immune response to whatever ails your skin, be it a burn, a splinter, a scratch or cut, or an infected area.
Arnica (Arnica montana) - As a topical anti-inflammatory, it appears to be quite useful. Applications often bring swelling and bruising down very quickly, and repeat applications can resolve areas of tenderness quite rapidly.
Coconut Oil (Cocos nucifera) - used topically to increase blood supply to the affected area and reduce localized pain and swelling.
Sesame Oil (Sesamum indicum) - has the ability to attract and trap toxins that are soluble in oil.
Beeswax (Cera alba) - hardening agent.
Zeolite - a porous mineral whose composition is mostly made from calcium, silicium (silicon), potassium, sodium, magnesium, and oxygen. It has the ability to draw toxins and poisonous compounds out.
Activated Charcoal – can absorb toxins.
Myrrh Oil (Commiphora myrrha) - Myrrh prevents putrefaction and infection and clears toxins and promote repair of tissues. It cools, soothes, and heals, especially useful for chapped, cracked and infected skin.
Rosemary Oil (Rosmarinus officinalis) - has the ability to kill bacteria and viruses on the surface of the skin, improve circulation, and help with cell renewal at the site of injury.
Eucalyptus Oil (Eucalyptus globulus) - is added for the anti-inflammatory properties that it is known to have, and it has a unique ability to calm the skin. It is also a very popular treatment by itself for bites, burns, and blisters.
Tea Tree Oil (Melaleuca alternifolia) – kills bacteria and fungi on the skin and product.
*** IMPORTANT *** Herbal remedies provided are not intended as diagnosis, prescription, or treatment for any disease, physical or mental. They are also not intended as a substitute for medical care. They are complementary to the care you may already be receiving by your personal physician, and you should not discontinue any medical care or prescribed medications by your personal physician.