Our brand new Injury Balm! We have had some great reviews on our previous injury sticks and we hear you!
We understand turmeric has staining properties, so we’ve replaced it with two of the best replacements that together make this product even better than before!
We added White Willow Bark and Devils Claw; these two herbs are very powerful and are both amazing at reducing joint and muscle by reducing and preventing inflammation. Devils Claw is particularly powerful and is used regularly to treat inflammatory conditions like arthritis, rheumatism and lower back pain. White Willow Bark also has anti-inflammatory effects thanks to the Salicilin which is also responsible for relieving pain!
This will be available to purchase in our Etsy Store on Monday!
One of our ingredients in our skin care line is #WhiteWillowBark : contains salicylic acid, derived from salicin, which helps to fight acne and is an all natural, gentle exfoliant. Helps to exfoliate your #skin by sloughing off dead skin cells, making way for fresh, bright and #radiant skin.
Diy “aspirin” experiment happening in the zerowaste kitchen chemistry lab. I figured since aspirin is made from White Willow Bark, I would find some to make a tea and I’m going to keep the small tincture bottle by my bedside in case I wake up with a headache rager. Of course it will probably be another 6 months until another migraine so it may be awhile before I can report, but I’ve been overdoing it on the trails. Let’s see how this tackles some very minor muscle soreness. The Yoga I did this morning has already knocked out 75% of that so...let’s just see. If this small bottle of tincture works, I have enough bark to make my own tincture next time! When I am using a new tea from @mountainroseherbs, I always check the precautions (which are the same as for aspirin), take only the recommended dosage and buy a small amount at first to see how my system tolerates the medicinal. Wouldn’t it be great if we could be that mindful about ALL pharmaceuticals rather than blindly popping pills with compounding agents, preservatives, dyes, “gelcaps” and side effects? **”It should be avoided by anyone under two, if you are pregnant, nursing, have flu or chickenpox, or on blood thinners. Always be sure to research the possible side effects of any herb before beginning its use.”- Deb Dubeck tea recipe from @motherearthliving #aspirin#tea#whitewillowbark#whitewillowbarkextract#zerowaste#medicinecabinet#plasticfree#medicinewoman
When your patient comes in raving about herbal tea prescription being the main thing helping with pain (and some acupuncture, but mostly the tea:) The cool thing about plant allies is they have consciousness. They have personalities that aid patient in their own consciousness surrounding the diagnosis. Here we have a mixture of roses, chamomile, nettle, white willow bark, comfrey root and peppermint. The physiological effects of these herbs include pain reduction, blood moving, sedative, stimulant, emmenagogue and so much more. Spiritually, these herbs are to lovingly ease the perception and experience of self and fortify personal value and resolve, while being calm and open to self and surroundings. It's not magic. It's medicine. And I'm so grateful to walk this path with so many helpers. Ometeotl!! #plantmedicine#herbalmedicine#naturalmedicine#chinesemedicine#curanderismo#rose#rosa#chamomile#manzanilla#nettle#ortiga#whitewillowbark#comfreyroot#beautiful#healing#magic#love#crohnsdisease