A flower-infused oil is a natural oil that has been infused with the essence and beneficial properties of flowers. This process involves steeping fresh or dried flowers in a carrier oil over a period of time, allowing the oil to absorb the flowers’ aromatic compounds, flavors, and therapeutic properties. The resulting flower-infused oil can be used for various purposes, such as in skincare, massage, aromatherapy, and culinary applications.
Key Words: nourishing to the skin, pain relief, liver detox
Dandelion oil is made from the flowers, in my yard that is pesticide free. This is the oil version of the dandelion salve.
The dandelion flowers are wildcrafted from our yard and can assist with inflammation as well as nourishing the skin, fight skin infection and help relieve muscle and joint pain when applied topically, including arthritis pain.
Dandelion is a gentle liver detox when rubbed over the liver when going to bed.
1 oz bottle $15.00
Self Heal Oil
Key Words: wound healing,
One of the most common ways to use self heal is to help promote, wound, skin and tissue repair. Hence the name “self heal,” this herb can be used both internally and externally to help the skin and tissues repair (“heal”) on their own. Self heal is an astringent herb, making it useful to apply topically to reduce localized swelling through tonifying and tightening the tissues it touches.
It also carries a broad-spectrum antibacterial effect that makes it a wonderful herb to use throughout the wound-healing process.
This herb can also help staunch the flow of blood when applied topically, making it a useful first aid tool when bleeding is present.
It possess vulnerary, demulcent and astringent abilities which help to stabilize tissue and prevents the moisture of the skin. Self-heal helps to treat cuts, burns and scrapes
1 oz bottle $15.00