“Leaves of Three, Let Them Be” ~ this simple childhood reminder is what influenced the name of this beautiful salve. The ultimate relief for poison ivy, poison oak, stinging nettle or any other pesky skin condition. This is a must-have in every medicine cabinet ~ excellent for gardeners, campers, hikers and nature lovers all around.
“Wherever poison ivy is found, Jewelweed grows close by” is an old folk saying. Jewelweed is commonly known as Spotted Touch-me-not and is Mother Nature’s antidote to the poisonous oils of poison ivy, poison oak, stinging nettle and other plant induced rashes. Jewelweed is a seasonal beauty, tenderly wildharvested locally throughout July and September.
Anti-fungal · Anti-histamine · Anti-inflammatory · Antipruritic
An age-old medicinal herb well known by the American Indians, Plantain is often overlooked because of its reputation as a weed. Used to relieve bee stings, it repairs damaged skin tissue, encourages clotting & reduces swelling. An excellent source of vitamin A, C & K.
Astringent · Depurative · Styptic · Vulnerary
Ingredients: Impatiens capensis (jewelweed), Plantago major (plantain)*, Olea europaea (olive oil)*, Tocopherol (vitamin e oil), pure Beeswax (* ~ Certified Organic)
Safety: For external use only. Store in a cool place. Always do a spot check & discontinue if irritation occurs. Keep out of children’s reach.
All of our products are handcrafted with loving intention in small batches using certified organic, all-natural, wildcrafted or fair-trade ingredients, sourced from ethical organic suppliers in the USA. Each product is crafted using solar-lunar infused herbal oils that are made right here at Oak Moon Rising and are void of essential oils or synthetic scents, unless specified.
These statements have not been evaluated by the FDA and probably never will be. Oak Moon Rising does not intend to treat, diagnose, prescribe, or cure any disease or condition. Herbs work best when used over time as part of a healthy lifestyle. They are very powerful and must be used carefully. Consult your healthcare practitioner if you have questions about using herbs and empower yourself by doing your own research.