Pine Tar Salve

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Description

Description

Moisturizing extra virgin olive oil is infused with organic plantain and comfrey leaves. The astringent properties in plantain and comfrey will work to "draw" out splinters, stingers, impurities, as well as emollient properties to soothe skin conditions. In our home we also put it on tick bites, especially where the head broke off to help draw it out more quickly. 

Sustainable activated bamboo charcoal and bentonite clay draw out impurities for many skin conditions. 

Pine Tar Salve is also known as "Black Salve" or "Drawing Salve." 

Pine tar is traditionally used for many skin conditions, including drawing, but it does give this salve a kind of smoky, yet not altogether unpleasant, scent.  
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DIRECTIONS

Apply to affected area several times a day, as needed. If using to draw out a foreign object, when the skin has softened and it is nearer to the surface, use a pair of tweezers to remove the object.
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OUR HERBAL SALVES

• ZERO artificial dyes, artificial fragrances, chemical colorants

• Most herbs are organically grown or sustainably wildcrafted from our farm.

• Average size is 2 ounces

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DISCLAIMER

For informational purposes only and may not be construed as medical advice. The information is not intended to replace medical advice offered by physicians.

 

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Ingredients:
plantain infused extra virgin olive oil, comfrey infused extra virgin olive oil, castor oil, creosote-free pine tar, bamboo charcoal, bentonite clay, black walnut hull, beeswax