Cheryl's Herbs Jewelweed Blend is a unique herbal product. Jewelweed has historically been used for poison ivy exposure. It may also be used with other skin conditions such as those created by poison oak, hives, grassy areas, and itchy, painful stings and bites. Useful to have on hand when gardening, working in the yard, or when hiking and camping. This blend combines the following natural ingredients: Chamomile (Roman), Lavender, Jewelweed Liquid Extract, and Aloe Gel. Each of these ingredients offers a range of benefits, and when combined, they create a powerful blend for various uses. Here's a description of each component and the benefits they offer:
Chamomile (Roman) - Anthemis nobilis:
Lavender - Lavandula angustifolia:
Jewelweed Liquid Extract - Impatiens pallida:
Aloe Gel - Aloe barbadensis:
Cheryl's Herbs Jewelweed Blend combines these natural ingredients to create a versatile product with a range of potential benefits:
Cheryl's Herbs takes pride in using naturally farmed, wild-crafted, and organic ingredients to ensure the highest quality in their products, emphasizing their commitment to natural and sustainable herbal remedies.
Shake well before using.
Disclaimer: This information is provided for educational purposes only and has not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration. This product is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure, or prevent any disease. Please consult with a qualified healthcare practitioner before using herbal products, particularly if you are pregnant, nursing, or on any medications.
Not for internal use. Keep away from babies and children.
Any size over 4oz will not have a spray attachment or dropper, it will be a flat top.
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Contains the following essential oils diluted in Jewelweed Liquid Extract and Aloe Gel:
Roman Chamomile essential oil offers its anti-inflammatory, soothing benefits to several types of skin conditions including dry skin, dermatitis, eczema, pruritus (severe itching), and, of course, to those allergic reactions occurring as a result of contact with poison ivy and oak, grasses, and stings and bites.This cooling essential oil soothes the inflammation, itching, and pain of skin irritations. It may help expedite healing due to its cell-regenerating ability.
Often found growing near poison ivy, Jewelweed becomes a warning as well as a medicinal application for the rash poison ivy causes. Its anti-inflammatory benefit eases the discomfort of the rash helping to prevent the scratching that tends to spread it thus allowing for quicker recovery from it. Applying this blend to exposed areas of skin before heading into the yard or woods may help reduce the intensity of an acquired case of poison ivy - and we can hope prevent it altogether.
SOURCES: Sylla Sheppard-Hanger's The Aromatherapy Practitioner Reference Manual
Apply frequently to affected areas.
Do not use herbal products to replace necessary care by a qualified physician.
Tested at low dose non-toxic, non-irritant, non-sensitizing. Avoid during early months of pregnancy.
Soothes upset stomachs and reduces stress.
Promotes relaxation, reduces heart rate and blood pressure and helps with congestion. When used topically, it smooths the skin while helping heal minor cuts.
At Cheryl's Herbs, we strive to provide only the highest quality ingredients. Everything from our selection to how we process each component is done with the utmost care to ensure that the substances' beneficial properties are preserved. Whether it is following ancient methods passed down through the generations or using the latest research, we strive for nothing less than perfection.
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