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nature's healing agents

People have been using plants + nature's gifts for centuries to aid the body's physical, emotional, and mental healing processes. We draw upon the Wisdom of modern + ancient researchers to ensure safety and to help you become Healthy, Healed + Whole.

Where do we get our plants? 

We grow some plants ourselves, ethically hand-harvest in Colorado, and source plants from local farms and apothecaries.

 

Sourcing locally supports our neighbors and puts resources back into our local community. 

 

We are committed to creating ethical partnerships with the people + places we harvest and source our plants from.

 

These partnerships are paramount to building our community and create peace of mind for our customers. Our customers can find peace in products that are non-toxic, nourishing, and regenerative of the land + the community.

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COLORADO-HARVESTED BEESWAX

Locally harvested Beexwax gives our salves and lip balm form and texture. Beeswax acts a protective barrier for our skin against free radicals, is anti-inflammatory, and helps lock in moisture.

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COCOA BUTTER

This butter is made from cocoa beans grown inside large pods that are produced from the Cacao tree. Cocoa butter is rich with antioxidants and is used to heal, moisturize, and protect the skin.

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CALENDULA

Calendula is a bright yellow + orange flower that has historically been considered as one of the best herbs for treating skin issues. It is anti-inflammatory, antioxidant, antimicrobial, and helps bring + retain skin hydration.

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COCONUT

Coconuts are packed with nutrients, keep the skin + hair hydrated, and help maintain skin elasticity + flexibility.

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CHAMOMILE

One of the staple skin florals, Chamomile is a gentle skin healer bringing relief to irritation, itchiness and dryness. 

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COMFREY

Comfrey is a green-leafed, purple-flowered plant that contains chemical constituents that are clear out inflammation and promote new cell growth, helping to repair damaged skeletal muscles, bone, fractures + joint pain. 

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DEAD SEA SALT

Harvested from the Dead Sea, this natural exfoliant salts can improve skin hydration, reduce redness + roughness, and enhance the skin barrier. These salts also contain 26 essential minerals!

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FRENCH GREEN CLAY

This clay tons and firms the skin. When applied to the skin, it dries, tightens pores, and stimulates blood flow. When used regularly, it can help maintain skin elasticity, which helps reduce wrinkles and fine lines.

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ELDER FLOWER

 The flower of the same plant that produces well known Elderberries, this cream-colored flower encourages smoother, even skin complexion. Rich in nutrients and Vitamin C, Elder flower helps reduce the size and appearance of pores, while firming + clearing the skin.

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HONEY

Created by the bees, Honey is wonderful for your skin. In powdered form, Honey is a natural skin cleanser and softene,r, attracting dirt from your pores and dead skin cells from the surface of your skin. 

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EPSOM SALT

Epsom salt relaxes and cools inflamed tissues, making it useful against muscle and nerve pain. Epsom salt also can regenerate the nervous system, bringing psychological + physical pain relief.

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HIBISCUS

Hibiscus is a beautiful, dark pink floral that is rich in Vitamin C and helps purify, exfoliate + break down dead skin.

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HIMALAYAN SALT

Naturally formed in the Himalayan Mountains, this salt is loaded with minerals and act as a gentle exfoliant, helping your dead skin turn over and make way for healthy, moisturized skin. 

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LEMON BALM

This plant's gentle, lemony fragrance has a high ability to guard against environmental stressors thanks to its caffeic and ferulic acids. It is also a classic homeopathic remedy against the virus that brings on cold sores. 

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 JOJOBA OIL

This oil is deeply hydrating, and nutrient packed, providing long-lasting moisturization.  It contains antioxidants, full of Vitamin E, Vitamin B, Chromium, Copper, and Zinc, which all nourish and protect skin.

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MANGO BUTTER

This butter is made from the seeds of delicious Mangos that grow on the Mango tree.  Mango butter is excellent for dry skin and is high in fats and Vitamins A, C + E. Highly moisturizing, it can help with acne scars, wrinkles +  stretch marks.

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LAVENDER

In addition to smelling amazing, Lavender has amazing relief-bringing benefits for the skin and is antioxidant, anti-inflammatory, and antimicrobial.

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MENTHOL

Menthol is extracted from the oils of the Mint plant. It brings pain relief by numbing and in turn, blocking the pain sensation. It also increases blood flow to bring healing to the site of pain.

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EXTRA VIRGIN OLIVE OIL

Olive Oil is moisturizing, rich in vitamins and antioxidants, and helps fight bacteria that can disturb your skin’s health and appearance.

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ROSE- FLOWER

Rose is packing with skin-loving vitamins and minerals and is a classic astringent for the skin, tightening and softening your skin.

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OATS

Oats are packed with protein and vitamin E and has moisturizing, soothing, conditioning, and nourishing qualities that significantly improve skin dryness + roughness

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ROSE HIPS

Rose Hips are the fruit of the Rose. They contain high concentrations of vitamin A, B vitamins, and vitamin E, and have exceptional regenerative and healing properties for your skin.

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RED CLOVER

A favorite of the bees, this commonly overlooked flower provides high amounts of isoflavones, which increase collagen content, skin thickness and improve skin moisture

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ROSEMARY 

Rosemary plant protects the skin and prevent signs of premature aging. The main constituent, Rosmarinic acid, is powerfully calming for skin conditions like eczema and acne.

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SEA SALTS

African Shea Butter brings a slightly creamy texture, and its high concentrations of fatty acids and vitamins make it ideal for softening skin. Shea butter also has anti-inflammatory and healing properties, helping to condition, tone, and soothe your skin.

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YARROW

Yarrow is one of the oldest known botanicals known to humans, undoubtedly due to its multiple actions that promote healing in the skin. It fights against infection-causing bacteria, soothes the skin through its anti-inflammatory effects, restores moisture content, and promotes the healing of cuts while reducing scarring. It also provides mild pain relief while the healing process takes place.

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SHEA BUTTERS

Shea Butter brings a slightly creamy texture, and its high concentrations of fatty acids and vitamins make it ideal for softening skin. Shea butter also has anti-inflammatory and healing properties, helping to condition, tone, and soothe your skin.

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PLANTAIN

A green-leafed, skin-healing ally that is commonly written off as a weed, Plantain contains many antiseptic constituents useful for disinfecting wounds and healing epithelial tissue by reducing inflammation non-suppressively. Plantain loves dry skin, bringing moisture + smoothness. Similar to Comfrey, it contains the constituent allantoin, which promotes cell proliferation + tissue healing.

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