We use locally harvested, high quality, organic, natural ingredients in our products, brought to you with the highest standards of sustainable farming practices.

Ingredients & Benefits

Aloe
Has an effective penetrating ability making it ideal for transporting healthy substances through the skin. Aloe promotes natural collagen synthesis, strengthening and maintaining skin’s elasticity, reversing degenerative skin changes.

Arnica
A native flower to the California/Nevada mountains, Arnica helps to remove congestion in injured tissues by stimulating and dilating blood vessels, allowing the circulatory system to better dispose of waste so that healthy tissues can be quickly reconstructed. It has been used for centuries externally for bruises, hyperextensions, arthritis, bursitis and myalgia. In small amounts of people, usually those already suffering from rheumatoid arthritis it can have an over-heating effect, causing reddening of the skin or swelling of the joint. If this occurs simply stop use.

Beeswax
A natural emollient thickens our lotions and creams while helping to seal moisture without clogging pores.

Calendula
Ideal as a general skin tonic for even the most sensitive of skin. Nourishes, clears skin and reduces pores. Aids in the healing of scarred tissue, prevention of stretch marks and wrinkles.

Cocoa Butter
Protects and rejuvenates skin reducing blemishes, scarring and stretch marks. Moisturizes and penetrates skin easily without clogging pores, providing a breathable protective barrier between skin and the environment.

Comfrey
An abundant green leafy plant that has a constituent called Allantoin, known to aid in rapid cell regeneration. It is useful as an anti-inflammatory and for ligament and bone repair.

Essential Oils
Aromatic and therapeutic volatile oils that are distilled from fresh plant matter and used to enhance the smell and medicinal value of our body care products.

Grain Alcohol
A medicinal grade menstrum derived from fermented grain and used to extract properties from plants and deliver them to the deeper regions of the body’s structures.

Geranium
A fragrant flower used for centuries for skin conditions such as eczema, psoriasis, herpes, burns, acne, circulatory problems, depression, regeneration of nerves and tissues and insomnia.

Lavender
A purple colored, sweet smelling flower that is safe for all ages and very effective for nerve complaints, stress related headaches, sleep discorders, colic, sprains, rheumatism and as a gentle, strengthening nervous system tonic.

Mugwort
Mugwort supports digestion with its carminative actions (plants rich in aromatic volatile oils that stimulate the digestive system to work properly and with ease, soothing the gut wall, reducing inflammation, easing griping pains and helping the removal of gas from the digestive system. From Medical Herbalism by David Hoffman) and mild nervine action that may also help ease depression and tension. Mugwort has stimulating properties that may also aid in normal menstrual flow and movement of lymph flow to aid in the drying of mucous conditions. Has been know to aid in the healing of sprains, hyperextensions and bruises. Should not be used during pregnancy.

Olive Oil
With its high concentration of antioxidants, it promotes and preserves younger looking skin. Olive oil's ability to regulate the skin's natural moisturizing system smoothes softens and promotes healing. It is rich in polyphenols, known to have anti-inflammatory properties. Mediterranean beauties have relied on olive oil to help maintain a fresh, glowing complexion and good health for centuries.

Purple Sage
This tonic herb soothes sore and tired muscles.

Rose Water
Balances the skin’s PH. It has a gentle astringent effect making it useful for diminishing redness and tightening pores. Rose water’s antibacterial properties help troubled skin against acne.

Shea Butter
Protects and rejuvenates skin reducing blemishes, scarring and stretch marks. Moisturizes and penetrates skin easily without clogging pores, providing a breathable protective barrier between skin and the environment.

St. John’s Wort
Hypericum perforatum is a valuable healing and anti-inflammatory remedy and general tonic to the nervous system. St. John’s Wort aids in the healing of damaged nerve tissue by nourishing the protective layer (myelin sheath) around the nerve core fibers, as well as aiding in pain relief. Increases blood flow to the tissues. Should not be used directly after surgery. It can increase your sensitivity to sun, so use caution after using St. John’s Wort topically.

Vitamin C & E
Effective antioxidants protect the skin and neutralize free radicals. Vitamin C stimulates collagen synthesis. Vitamin E has shown to reduce scarring and stretch marks. Their antioxidant powers make them natural preservatives you can be glad to feed your skin.

Wintergreen
This essential oil has long been used for arthritis, rheumatism, inflammation, muscular pain, tendonitis, hyperextension and cramps. It has anti-inflammatory and antispasmodic actions.

Yarrow
This essential oil has been documented to reduce inflammation, reduce or prevent scarring, promote the healing of wounds, reduce cellulite, decongest the prostate and help to balance hormones.

* For more information on essential oils, refer to Dr. Gary Young N.D Essential Oils Integrative Medical Guide,
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