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FRESH WHOLE PLANT PRODUCTS HANDCRAFTED IN SMALL BATCHES AND DELIVERED DIRECTLY TO YOUR DOORSTEP.
PET EAR OIL
1/2 oz glass bottle with dropper
Calm and soothe pets' ear-ache and itching from various causes. Place 2 to 6 drops in ear canal and massage into ear. Apply morning and evening, for two to three days, or as needed.
Ingredients: Organic sunflower & extra virgin olive oil infusion of wilted Mullein flowers
)* and fresh Cottonwood Buds (
*Wild harvested in Idaho.
It is recommended that you consult with a qualified healthcare practitioner before using herbal products.
For educational purposes only. This information has not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration. This information is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure, or prevent any disease.
Mullein is a biennial that produces a large thick rosette of furry leaves the first year and a single stout erect stem, 3 to 6 feet tall, the following year. The leaves are alternate, overlapping one another, light green, and densely woolly. Bright yellow flowers grow singly in the long second year spike. Each flower has five petals and averages 1⁄4" to 1⁄2” in diameter. Thousands of minute seeds follow in autumn and provide a valuable food source for wintering birds. Mullein is common along river bottoms, in pastures, meadows, fence rows and waste areas, and prefers gravel-like soil.
Mullein flowers relieve ear-ache pain and reduce inflammation.
Cottonwood is the largest broad-leafed tree in the Northwest and can reach up to one hundred feet tall. The smooth triangular leaves are dark green on top and lighter underneath. The aromatic leaf buds appear in late winter to early spring and contain a reddish-brown resin. During early spring male and female catkins form on separate trees. The female catkins are bright red and hang up to five inches long. After flowering, smooth, green, bead-like capsules form then split into three parts and release seeds with fluffy white hairs. Cottonwoods are associated with water. The unopened buds of Cottonwood are very fragrant and have been used commercially in perfumes and soaps.
The early spring buds of the Cottonwood trees have been used to treat a variety of skin troubles and are very soothing to skin.
Wilted plant cold infused organic oils.
Wild harvested in Idaho.
Sunflower oil is rich in vitamin E, anti-inflammatory, and excellent for soothing and healing the skin.
Olive oil is rich in antioxidants & vitamins, anti-inflammatory, and assists with wound healing.
Unrefined beeswax is rich in vitamin A, antioxidants, anti-inflammatory, and assists with wound healing.
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