A powerful anti-inflammatory for treating traumatic injury...
Arnica is a powerful ally in reducing pain, bruising and inflammation from traumatic injury or muscular fatigue. It can also improve nerve function and stimulate weak circulation. Highly beneficial for arthritic joints, sprains, strains or sore muscles. Not to be used on open wounds.
A versatile and gentle remedy for wound healing and skin soothing...
The lovely Calendula plant is an anti-inflammatory, antibacterial, anti-fungal and a disinfectant for soothing rashes and itching. She is a perfect choice for applying to cuts, burns, abrasions, sunburn, chapped skin, diaper rash, cradle cap and other skin irritations. It also minimizes scarring and stretch marks.
A dynamic herb for treating various skin conditions...
Comfrey is a powerhouse of healing capacities. It reduces inflammation, speeds the healing of cuts, bruises, muscular injury and broken bones. It is a bone stimulant as well as assisting in cell regeneration and rebuilding tissue.
St. Johns Wort
Soothing and upbeat remedy for skin irritation, infection and sore muscles...
St. Johns Wort has a deep nervine effect, meaning it can be beneficial in restoring nerve tissue, easing nerve pain and soothing sprains and strains after exhaustion or anxiety. As well as having anti-depressant properties.
Cannabis Sativa x Indica
An ancient remedy used around the world for relieving and healing many ailments...
Cannabis is an age-old herbal ally. For thousands of years it has been used for food, cloth fiber and as a medicine effective for many conditions. Ancient cultures called it the plant of one thousand uses.
With a topical application of cannabis, the medicinal cannabinoids penetrate the skin and tissue to deliver pain relief and healing. Cannabis may help with chronic pain, tendonitis, arthritis, inflammation, hemorrhoids, muscle strain, burns, rashes, eczema and many other skin conditions. External use of cannabis produces none of the effects associated with smoking or eating medical cannabis and can be used as often as necessary.