Calendula Goldenseal Natural Antibiotic
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This Herbal Blend is water based with herbs and other Tinctures such as Calendula, Chamomile, Ginger and Goldenseal.
These herbs are anti-inflammatory, anti-fungal, and anti bacterial.
It is vegan, 100% Natural, toxin free, prepared to aid with the skin healing process from a wound or incision. It helps with the inflammation, and acts as a natural antibiotic, it kills Bacteria.
Other Ingredients include: Vegetable Glycerin,40% Alcohol.
Add to the affected area with an applicator 2 to 3 times a day, or as needed.
How to Store it
Store it in Room Temperature away from sunlight. Alcohol Tinctures can last anywhere from 5 to 10 Years.
Warnings and Disclaimer
-This is a Herbal Supplement but it’s only to be used on your skin. Although, the ingredients used are completely safe, consumption wouldn’t cause any harm, but it is not made for consumption. This is not to replace any medicine your Dr. has given you. Use at your own risk. If any rashes occur, stop usage.
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Statements regarding dietary supplements have not been evaluated by the FDA and are not intended to diagnose, treat, cure, or prevent any disease or health condition.
Goldenseal is a perennial herb in the buttercup family native to Canada and the eastern United States. Hydrastis canadensis is distinguished by its yellow roots. It has a history of beneficial uses by indigenous North American populations and later came into prominence among settlers in the 1800’s. The plant has remained popular, and threats from over-harvest and habitat loss have placed goldenseal on United Plant Savers’ “at risk” list. Therefore, our organic goldenseal root is carefully cultivated for quality and sustainability. Typical preparations of the root include extracts, infusions, and topical balms.
Goldenseal root has a long history of use among indigenous cultures of the northeast, its native habitat. The Cherokee were known to use it for treatment of general debility, as well as mixing it with bear grease to make an insect repellant. The plant was first described to the outside world in the 1700's.
Goldenseal came into prominence among North American settlers in the 1800's, displacing its cousin goldthread as the popular herbal remedy of the time. By 1910 it was nearly harvested to extinction in the wild and is still a rare plant in some regions due to over-harvesting. As such, we highly recommend that goldenseal be purchased and used consciously and with concern to its environmental vulnerability.
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