Wash any debris from wound with clean water, then spray liberally. Great for minor cuts, scrapes, scratches, and bites. No essential oil in this product, just whole plant magic! Yarrow has been used for encouraging healing, stopping bleeding, anti-inflammatory, and pain relief. Calendula is touted to be a great anti-inflammatory, antibacterial, antifungal, and antiseptic. Comfrey contains allantoin that is known to help new skin cells grow. Nettle has been used to speed the healing of wounds and especially minor burns. Plantain has an astringent property and has been used to create a protective layer to speed healing, reducing pain, inflammation, and discomfort.
This spray comes in a 2oz glass spray bottle. Please reuse or recycle. #reusewithstompingground
INGREDIENTS: farm grown yarrow, calendula, comfrey, echinacea, plantain, nettle, witch hazel
All herbs used in our products are grown on our farm using organic methods, sourced from local farms we trust, or sustainably wild-crafted unless otherwise stated. We strive to tread lightly and give back to the earth by using organic, and regenerative farming methods.
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