This calendula ointment is perfect for cuts, scrapes, burns, and skin irritations. Its soothing properties are gentle on the ailments, while its antibacterial properties help clean the area and support the healing process.
Comfrey Leaves- Often known as the “knitter and healer of wounds”, comfrey has been found to reduce inflammation and accelerate tissue healing by stimulating growth of new cells.
Plantain Leaf- In addition to being an antibacterial and antimicrobial, plantain has soothing properties, pulls toxins out of the body
Calendula Flower- Known for its soothing properties, calendula is an excellent anti-inflammatory and also has antibacterial and pain-killing agents.
Yarrow- In addition to its anti-inflammatory and antibacterial properties, yarrow reduces bleeding by constricting blood vessels to slow the flow of bleeding.
Although herbs have been used for thousands of years with significant positive results for people (and are still used as the primary form of medical treatment for 80% of the world), we must always take care to provide the following disclaimer:
None of these items or statements are approved by the FDA. Consult your physician before taking any supplement. Do not take herbs or tinctures during pregnancy or nursing without consulting your healthcare provider. This product is not intended to diagnose or treat any disease. All information here is for entertainment and educational purposes only.
Includes- One 1 ounce amber jar
Instructions: Wash hands before use to help preserve the shelf life of the product. Apply to cuts, scrapes, burns, rashes, or stings as needed.
Storage: Store jars in a cool dry place.
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