~Tea~ ~Daily blend tea

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~Yarrow (Achillea millefolium)


Yarrow has a wide variety of applications and is a well known ally for women and its use as a remedy for colds/flu/fever during the first stages of sickness, especially in combination with other herbs. It is often used for its tonifying and anti-inflammatory properties for the skin, mucus membranes, uterus stomach and bowels, thus is known to be helpful for a variety of conditions such as bleeding of stomach ulcers, dull acy menstrual pains, lower bowel conditions and hemorrhoids. Note: Yarrow is a powerful herb, consult your health care provider before using with children, pregnant or nursing mothers. Possible side effects: skin rash, light sensitivity, bleeding increase, inflammation.

~Motherwort (Leonurus Cardiaca)


Motherwort is considered an important remedy for many types of circulatory, nerve, and heart conditions. It is known as an herb used for emotional trauma or sorrow and also functions as a mild sedative. Note: this herb is not physically additive, however may be physiologically addictive with long term continuous use. Consult your health care provider if you are considering long term daily use of this herb. Short term use not more than two weeks: 60 drops in a glass of water 1-3x daily or as needed.

~Usnea (Usnea barbata)


(this herbs use has been documented for over three thousand years in Chinese medicine. Considered a bitter, cool herb it is used as an antibiotic, antifungal, antispasmodic, antipyretic and analgesic. It is most often used internally for inflammations of the mucus membranes especially in the mouth, larynx, and lungs. It has also been used for urinary tract infections, candida, strep throat and tuberculosis. Many American herbalists also use this herb to topically treat localized infected wounds. To use: squeeze 2-3 droppers into warm water and drink 2-3x daily or as directed by health care provider.)

~Osha root . (Ligusticum porteri)


(Historically used by Native Americans and Chinese physicians. This herb is used mainly to help sweat out repertory infections. It is often used to help prevent the development of a full-blown cold or flu , help coughs become productive and stimulates appetite “feed a cold” To use:60 drops 3x daily at the onset of symptoms.)

~Elecampane root (Inula helenium)


(Mast often used as an antiseptic expectorant to relieve congestion colds and bronchitis. It is also used to stimulate digestion and to help treat yeast infections. Note if you are allergic to rag weed you may be allergic to elecampane. To use: 1 dropper 2-3x daily. Not recommended for long term use.

~Valerian(-Valeriana officinalis)


(Known from the times of Hippocrates and the ancient Greeks, this herb is used as a calmative and tranquilizer especially for insomnia, nervousness, restlessness, menstrual problems nervous stomach and hysteria. Note continuous use over several months with a sudden stop of use may cause withdrawal symptoms such as headache, insomnia, racing heart and general grouchiness. It is recommended to reduce dosage over a week if you wish to discontinue herb quickly. To use: squeeze 1-2 droppers full under tongue ½ hr before bed or 30-60 drops 1-2x daily.)

~Chaste Tree Berry (Vitex agnus castus)


(In modern herbalisim this herb is mainly used for hormonal balancing in women. This herb is known to ease PMS symptoms, relieve water weight, headaches, fatigue and irritability. Note Men should not use chaste tree berry. Testicular atrophy could result after repeated use. Binging on sugar, alcohol, or marijuana can block the herbs action on dopamine receptors canceling out it effets. Not recommended for pregnancy. To use: squeeze 1 dropper (60drops) into 4oz water and drink daily starting the last day of menstruation stop taking on first day of menstruation taking a break until bleeding has ceased and resume for a minimum of 2-4 cycles for accumulative effect. If cycles are irregular start the last day of menstruation for 3 weeks and stop for one week and resume for 3-4 months.)

~St. Johns Wort (Hypericum perforatum)


( A cool and bitter herb known for its sedative, anti-inflamitory, astringent and most famously anti-depressant properties. Note consult your health care provider before using as an anti-depressant. To use: 60 drops in warm water 2x daily or as needed.)

~Passion flower leaf (Passiflora incarnate)


(Used as a calmative and sleeping aid for over 200 years in Central America. Note: may aggravate conditions caused by excess testosterone. Consult your health care provider before use. Not recommended for pregnant women or those on other sedative medications. To use: squeeze 1-2 droppers full in 4oz warm water and drink ½ hr before bed or 2-3x daily as needed.)

~Boneset/Queen of the Meadow ~

(Eupatorium purpureum)


( This herb has historically been used to treat colds and congestion by raising body temperature to kill cold viruses. Boneset has also been used to treat fevers by inducing perspiration to lower body temperature and activates T-cells in the body to fight bacterial infections. Most effective when used in the first day of symptoms.

~Cranberry~ (Vaccinium macrocaropon)


(Widely used around the world as an effective tonic in preventing urinary tract infections (UTI) which can be deadly for people who have to use a catheter to pass urine. According to the American Botanical Council Cranberry is helpful in confronting UTI’s including treatment and decreasing the occurrence of kidney stones.

~Schasandra berry~ (schisandra chinesis)


( The Lignans in this berry appear to protect the liver b stimulating cells that produce antioxidants. Because of its adaptogenic properties it has been used as a stimulator for the central nervous system, increase brain efficiency, improve reflexes and accelerate rate of endurance, Note not to be used by pregnant women as it is a uterine stimulant. To use 60 drops 1-2x daily as a tonic)

~ White willow bark~(Salix alba)


(This herb works with our ”friendly intestinal bacteria to digest it’s components into painkilling forms. This is the plant derivative of the well known aspirin pharmaceutical. Note: long-term daily use of willow bark will reduce sexul desire, although will not alter sexual performance in either men or women. Do not use willow bark if you are allergic to asprine, and do not give willow bark to children under sixteen years old who have symptoms of any kind of viral infection, especially chickenpox)

~ Teasel ~(Dipsacus fullonum)


(Teasel root is commonly used as an antibiotic, diuretic, and astringent, Additionally a tincture of the root has been used successfully by many Lyme disease sufferers to help combat the disease as a natural alternative or in conjunction with pharmaceutical antibiotics. Usually teasel used for this purpose is taken long-term in low doses. Teasel has also been reported to help with other chronic problems involving joint and muscle pain.)

~Skullcap~(Scutellaria lateriflora)


(this herb has a very wide variety of uses most popularly used in treatment for addictions, alcoholism, afterbirth removal after childbirth, colds, headaches(especially dull frontal headache with sensitivity to noise, light and orders), insomnia, hysteria, nervous tension and stress. It is a bitter cooling herb and has been used in calming a sensitive stomach and strengthening the nervous system after prolonged illness. It has been one of the most effective herbs for withdrawing from habitual drug and alcohol use and has considerable detoxification properties.

To use 60 drops 3x daily or as directed by your health care provider)


Keep refrigerated

Vinegars based:
~ Deep Heat ~
Ginger (Zingiber Officinale)
Garlic (Allium sativum)
Cayenne (capsicum annuum)
Local Honey,

Apple cider vinegar 

The herbs in this formula are known to be invigorating and stimulating as a daily tonic. In combination these herbs have been used for supporting the immune system and many types of conditions of coldness in the body bringing a balancing deep heat to the circulatory system and digestive tract which may aid in digesting foods and relieving gas. (Note- This formula is hot if you have conditions of heat or dryness in your body consults your health care provider. Note this product contains honey please consult your health care provider for children under the age of 2 To use: place 1-2 droppers full in a 4oz warm water and drink.1-2x daily or after meals.)

Honey based:

~Tummy ease~
Meadowsweet(Spiraea Ulmaria (LINN.)
Lemon balm(Melissa officinalis
Elderberry(Sambucus Nigra)
Chocolate mint(Mentha x piperita)
Licorice root-(Glycyrrhiza glabra)
Marshmallow root-(Althaea officinalis)

Local Honey

(A favorite tonic for whenever heartburn indigestion or a tummy ache strikes. These herbs sooth and relax the stomach and intestines. Great to carry in a travel bag for those times when making our tummy ease tea is not an option. To use: squeeze 1-2 droppers full of tincture directly into mouth as needed) Note this product contains honey please consult your health care provider for children under the age of 2)

Honey based:

~Calm kiddy~
Valerian (Valeriana officinalis)
Skullcap (Scutellaria lateriflora)
Chocolate mint(Mentha x piperita)

Locacl Honey

(For children who struggle with the strong flavor of our mellow fellow tincture or for adults who do not digest alcohol this is a perfect calming formula. Note this product contains honey please consult your health care provider for children under the age of 2 To use: place 1-2 droppers full in 4oz water and drink or squeeze directly under tongue use as needed)


~Arnica (Arnica Montana)
Olive oil, Sunflower oil 

~Calendula (Calendula officinalis)
Olive oil, Sunflower oil

~Warm up massage oil ~
Mustard seed(Brassica alba or Sinapis nigra)
Holy Basil(Ocimum sanctum)
Ginger(Zingiber Officinale)
Rosemary(Rosmarinus officinalis)
Sunflower oil
Olive oil

(For use as a warming massage oil. Rub oil into tender muscles cold feet, and on other aches and pains, this herbal combination is a warming and invigorating oil. Not recommended for sensitive skin such as around the eyes.)

Breath ease chest rub ~
Eucalyptus- essential oil(Eucalyptus globules)
Thyme essential oil(Thymus vulgaris,)
olive oil

(Before medicated vics. There was an herbal solution and here it is. A soothing oil used most often with congested mucus and irritated lung tissue. Apply generously and massage into the front and back of chest and center area of upper shoulders. This herbal contains essential oils proceeds with a skin test on the inside of the wrist before wide spread application.)

~Achy Ear oil
Mullien (Verbascum thapsus)
Garlic(Allium sativum L.)
Lobelia(Lobelia siphilitica.)
Sunflower oil
Olive oil 

(An old Appalachian remedy for ear aches, It has been used by placing the bottle in a warm glass of water for 2-5minutes as needed, drop one drop on writs to be sure oil it is body temperature. Laying head to one side drop 1-3 drops in affected ear. Place warm towel over ear for 10 minutes. Can be repeated 3x/day. Make an appointment with your care provider if ear aches that worsen or last longer than a few days. NOTE do not place anything directly in ear canal without consulting your health care provider first.)

~Stretch mark relief ~
Vitamin E oil
Comfrey (Symphytum officinale)
Plantain (Plantago Major L.)
Calendula(Calendula officinalis)

Helichrysum essential oil

Coconut oil
Sunflower oil 

Olive oil

(A nourishing herbal infused oil blend designed to help strengthen skin elasticity, moisturize away itchiness, and prevent stretch marks. Helichrysum is especially known for its ability to diminish stretch marks that are already present. For best results apply 3 times daily.)

~Clear lung oil ~
Rosemary(Rosmarinus officinalis)
Lavender(Lavendula officinalis Spp).
Olive oil

(A soothing oil used most often with congested mucus and irritated lung tissue. This combination is a great pillow oil and is a good companion to those using homeopathic remedies. Apply a few drops onto a pice of cloth and place under pillow or inside pillow case before bed or massage into the front and back of chest and center area of upper shoulders. This herbal contains essential oils proceeds with a skin test on the inside of the wrist before wide spread application.)

~Thieves oil blend ~

Clove essential oil(Syzgium aromaticum)

Lemon essential oil (Citrus Limon)

Cinnamon bark essential oil( Cinnamomum verum)

Eucalyptus Essential oil(Eucalyptus globules)

Thyme essential oil(Thymus vulgaris)

Rosemary essential oil ( Rosmarinus Off.)

Olive oil

(This blend of oils has been historically used to word off any ill and story told even the black plague by a band of thieves. Herbal essential oils in this blend are known for their anti-bacterial and anti- viral properties. )

~Body piercing & Cosmetic tattoo oil
Yarrow (Achillea Millefolium)
Comfrey (Symphytum officinale)
Plantain (Plantago Major L.)
Lavender (Lavendula officinalis Spp).
Calendula(Calendula officinalis)
Sesseme oil

Olive oil

(Support speedy healing naturally with one of the finest after care formulas in the tattoo and piercing industry. apply thin layer over clean tattoo or piercing 3-5 times a day or as needed until fully healed)

~Easy mind oil blend ~

Arnica (arnica Montana)

Lavender (Lavendula Off.)

Peppermint (Meltha piperita)

Lemon essential oil (citrus limon)

Wintergreen essential oil( Gaultheria procumbens)

Sesame oil

Olive oil

(This blend has been used to ease anxiety, stress and relieve headaches. Rub small amounts of the oil on wrists, temples, behind ears and on back of neck as needed. We suggest doing a skin test on the wrist before applying to sensitive areas)

Super Immune Boost Companion oil ~

Chamomile (matricaria recutita)

Oregeno(origanum vulgare)

Clove (Syzgium aromaticum)

Thyme(Thymus vulgaris)

Rosemary( Rosmarinus Off.)

Lemon essential oil (Citrus Limon)

Cinnamon bark essential oil( Cinnamomum verum)

Eucalyptus Essential oil(Eucalyptus globules)

Olive Oil

(Often used as a companion with our supper immune boost tincture. At the first signs of feeling ill or when feeling run down, and when wording off household and office germs this oil is packed with herbs and essential oils that have been known for their anti-viral, ant-bacterial and anti-fungal properties. To use: apply infused oil as desired on to skin especially along lymphatic lines of body, neck, inner arms and inner legs.)

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