Calendula Body Oil: Calendula is a wonderful herb for wound healing and skin health. It has astringent and vulnerary qualities, as well as being anti-inflammatory and mildly antiviral. Calendula oil can be used topically to relieve eczema, rashes, and heal scars. When applied to the face, it helps reduce wrinkles and sun damage. Additionally, calendula oil supports the skin's natural healing process, making it an excellent choice for promoting the recovery of wounds, scars, and minor skin irritations.
Ingredients: Calendula flower, jojoba oil, and sunflower oil.
Wild-harvested St. John's Wort Oil: This body oil is a wonderfully soothing and mood-boosting medicine. St. John's Wort can help boost serotonin levels and reduce symptoms of depression and S.A.D. St. John's Wort oil may also help relieve muscular tension and joint pain with its anti-inflammatory properties. Please note that it is contraindicated during pregnancy or when taking SSRIs. Read more.
Add 20 drops of this oil to your favorite base massage oil for a full-body massage.
Apply it directly to your belly or affected areas.
Ingredients: St. John's Wort, sesame oil, and olive oil.
Nettle body oil: Nettle is a deeply green healing oil full of silica and nutrients needed for healthy hair and skin. A couple of drops rubbed into the scalp each day promotes hair growth and reduces hair loss. It does this by stimulating circulation and nourishing the scalp and skin. Nettle is high in protein and vitamins essential for shiny and healthy hair. Nettle oil is not only beneficial for promoting healthy hair growth, but it also helps nourish and rejuvenate the skin, leaving it looking vibrant and refreshed. Its high nutrient content supports overall skin health, making it an excellent addition to your skincare routine
Ingredients: nettle leaf, sunflower oil.
Mugwort Tincture and Oil: Mugwort is a magical plant that is simultaneously warming and bitter, with an affinity for the digestive and female reproductive systems of the body. When used topically as a belly oil, mugwort can help bring warmth to the digestive system and womb, moving qi and increasing circulation. It can help relieve menstrual cramps and indigestion. However, please note that it is contraindicated during pregnancy. Taken internally as a tincture, mugwort helps stimulate digestive secretions and aids in the breakdown of fats. Mugwort is known as an emmenagogue and can induce late menstrual cycles.
Tincture: Mugwort, water, ethanol, and honey.
Oil: Mugwort, olive oil, and sesame oil.
Lemon Balm Tincture: Lemon balm is a refreshing and uplifting herb known for its calming properties. It has a gentle lemony aroma and a soothing effect on the nervous system. Lemon balm tincture can help alleviate anxiety, promote relaxation, and improve sleep quality. It is also believed to support digestive health and ease stomach discomfort. This tincture is a wonderful addition to your medicine cabinet.
Ingredients: Lemon balm, ethanol, water, and honey.
Violet flower elixir:
Violet flower is a naturally sweet and delicious herb which brings beauty and joy to the world. Violet can help us to find acceptance and move from anger or resentment into love and compassion. Violet is gently blood cleansing and has watery and soothing qualities.
Read more about violet here in my blog.
Ingredients: Violet flower, glycerine, ethanol and water.