Anti-Fung/Itch helps to heal of fungal or yeast infections, athletes' foot, jock itch, ringworm, skin ulcers and stop itching.
chickweed, black walnut, plantain leaf, calendula, oatstraw, comfrey root, clove essential oil, avocado oil, unrefined shea butter + sustainably sourced candelilla wax
Chickweed best known as a remedy for itchy skin, chickweed can also bring relief to problems such as eczema, rash and irritated varicose veins.
Black walnut hulls is an anti-bacterial, anti-viral, anti-parasitic, and a fungicide.
Plantain leaf known as “the healing herb”, plantain leaf supports tissue repair.
Calendula oil is an anti-microbial, anti-fungal and anti-inflammatory that helps to heal wounds, rashes, burns, abrasions, eczema, acne and insect bites.
Oatstraw helps soothe skin ailments such as eczema, acne, bee stings, poison ivy, sun burn, and dry itchy skin.
Comfrey root is highly effective in stimulating tissue repair. When applied topically, comfrey root promotes regrowth and shortens recovery/repair time. Effective on sprains, bruises, sports injuries and operation scars.
Clove essential oil is a potent antiseptic.
Avocado oil is one of the best oils for skin; containing high amounts of vitamin E and many other nutrients, avocado oil helps to nourish and moisturize the skin, promote collagen production which helps with new, healthy skin growth and accelerates the healing process.
Unrefined shea butter is high in vitamins and fatty acids that aid in softening skin.
Candelilla wax is a vegan alternative to beeswax derived from a small shrub native to Mexico. It has a buttery texture that helps protect and hydrate parched and scaly skin. It is rich in nutrients and is easily absorbed into the skin. We use only sustainably sourced candelilla wax in our salves.
Plants can be powerful allies, when used responsibly.
Although most herbal preparations are safe and effective, it is important to note that there may be potential side effects (allergies) and individual results may vary. Creating a relationship with their vital energy plays a large role in the symbiotic partnership toward healing and physical well-being.
There is no way to know any particular body will react to any substance. When you are taking herbs, you are your own primary care giver and you must be vigilant of your own health. Consult with an herbalist or primary care provider and do your research, so that you can become an knowledgable and compassionate caretake of your own body.
These statements have not been evaluated by the FDA.