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Balm of Gilead Herbal Salve has become a household necessity for many. Common Sense Farm Balm of Gilead Herbal Salve has a potent combination of organic, wildcrafted herbal extracts and specialty oils combined to aid against a wide range of ailments: rashes, cuts, damaged cuticles, as well as many of life’s bumps and bruises. Entirely safe for use with infants and children.
Balm of Gilead is anti-inflammatory and is for known for it springtime scent. Great for massaging sore muscles. It has anti-bacterial properties.
Lungs and disinfectant. As an expectorant for bronchitis, sore throats, and other respiratory ailments. Treat small wounds, itchy skin and hemorrhoids.
The Balm (or balsam) of Gilead was once a much sought after healing ointment mentioned six times in the Bible. Not only did it heal wounds quickly, it was also used to relieve pain. It was also called "the Balm of Mecca" and the "Balm of Jericho," but its primary source is associated with Gilead, which is modern day Jordan. "Gilead" means "rugged" in Hebrew, an accurate description of that mountainous land.
A powerfully aromatic and healing resin which is high in salicylic acid. This salicylic acid is the same active ingredient found in aspirin. The scent is sweet and clean, like the freshest spring day. It is analgesic, antibacterial, and anti-inflammatory. In spring the buds of these trees begin to ooze with yellow-green sap while filling the surrounding air with a miraculous scent.
How to Use: Apply as needed.
Ingredients: Olive oil, beeswax, wheat germ oil, st. john's wort oil, propolis extract, balm of gilead (cottonwood) buds, comfrey leaf & root, calendula, plantain, chickweed, goldenseal root, d-alpha tocopheryl acetate (vit e), siam benzoin absolute, tocopherol, rosemary extract.
More About Common Sense Farm
There's been an increased awareness regarding the importance of what we eat (what goes in us). Much less has been stressed about the importance of what does on us and into us through our skin. It's equally important - if not more important - to be concerned about what goes into us through our skin. The human body's digestive system is equipped to deal with certain degrees of toxins and impurities. There isn't the same defense system for impurities that enter through the skin. As a result, Common Sense Farm takes serious which ingredients they select for use in their products.
The Common Sense Farm is a real farm with a special barn. Driving past the farm, you may not know anything different is happening there. Yet inside this old barn built in the 1920's is a special place where they formulate and manufacture all the products from Common Sense Farm.The farm sat idle for many years. The barn weathered considerably during a 25 year period of inactivity. Today, the farm is no longer inactive. The fields have slowly been reclaimed as organic farmland and the barn has been restored as unique place for manufacturing.
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