Balms and Oils

I have to admit that infusing oils with herbs is a very satisfying experience.  Why?  Because, when I use the infused oils to make a product, I know I am using the best ingredients possible, resulting in a quality product.  My customers tell me, “The Calendula/Comfrey balm is amazing!  It cleared up my nephew’s rash almost over night!” and “Your lip balm is the best I’ve every had!”   I love it when my customers let me know how much these products have helped them.   Links to herbal information may appear when I specify an herb, for your convenience and education.  Be informed!

Please let me know if you have any questions here.

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Calendula Hemp Lip Balms

Many customers refer to these as “The best lip balms EVER!”  So much so, they often purchase multiple tubes at a time and share them with their friends.  I like to think it’s a natural response to share something you really love.  They are made with sweet almond oil infused with Calendula flowers (traditional literature says oils infused with calendula flowers have antiviral properties), hemp seed oil and some beeswax.  Available in mint or vanilla flavor, in a 0.15 oz tube.  I’ve mastered that “sweet spot” consistency so you won’t have to “rub your lips off” to put it on.

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Herb-Infused Balms

Calendula Comfrey Balm is what you want in your medicine cabinet, always.  The beneficial properties of Calendula flowers and Comfrey leaves are infused into olive oil to produce this amazing wound dressing.

Arnica Comfrey Balm can be your best friend when it comes to managing a painful bonk, bump or twist or bruises.  This type of injury rarely happens at a convenient time.  Tip – do not apply to open skin.

Tea Tree Balm gets a lot of use in our medicine cabinet.  Great for moisturizing dry cracked heals after a nice soak, or as a good overall foot massage balm.

Available in a 1 oz push-up tube or a 10 gram pot.

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Herb-Infused Oils

Primarily, I make herb-infused oils to use when making my balms and soaps.  However, there are times I prefer to use an herb-infused oil, instead of a balm.  For example, I use Calendula oil directly on burns.  So, I decided to offer you that choice, too.  I infuse olive oil with the herbs and package them in 1-ounce Boston round amber glass dropper bottles.  Choose from Arnica, Calendula, Chamomile, Rose Bud and St. John’s Wort oils.