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The Green Witchery

Herbal Infused Healing Balms

Herbal Infused Healing Balms

60 Milliliters

Herbal infused balms, made with intention at different seasons, working with moon and planetary energies.

Different herbals in stock, depending on the season and availability. The different benefits of each plant are too numerous to list individually here. A brief outline of each one with ingredients is below, but do message me for more information or if you have a specific concern.

Ingredients will be very simple, the chosen plant, which is infused in oil. Generally, I use hemp, but also sunflower or grapeseed, all known for their hypoallergenic properties. This oil is then melted with high-grade beeswax to produce the end balm.

Dandelion balm: great for sore muscles and joints, a soothing moisturiser for dry chapped skin, and a beautiful balm to massage into the breasts.

Comfrey balm: aka knitbone, great for healing any joint, bone, tendon, ligament, or muscular pain or dysfunction. Comfrey roots and leaves contain allantoin, a substance that helps new skin cells grow, along with other substances that reduce inflammation and keep skin healthy. Comfrey ointments have been used to heal bruises as well as pulled muscles and ligaments, fractures, sprains, strains, and osteoarthritis. * Do not use on open wounds that could be infected.

Calendula balm: has antifungal, anti-inflammatory, and antibacterial properties that make it useful in healing wounds, all skin conditions, soothing eczema, and relieving nappy rash.

Daisy balm: aka 'poor mans arnica'.. a beautiful anti-inflammatory balm that not only is amazing and helping soothe all knocks, bumps, bruises, sore, stiff joints and aching muscles, but is a brilliant skin moisturiser It can help reduce the appearance of wrinkles and maintain a youthful complexion leaving you looking “fresh as a daisy", helping brighten skin tone and diminish the appearance of dark spots and discoloration.

Plantain balm: is antiseptic and contains anti-histamine, perfect for external treatment of insect bites and stings. You can use the leaves to rub directly on stings, but if you don't have any to hand, then this balm is a great backup. Plantain may support wound healing by reducing inflammation, blocking microbial growth, and relieving pain. Great for dry, chapped skin, cuts, and grazes.

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