Herbal Ice

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Herbal Ice

14.00

A powerfully heat clearing formulation for 1st stage trauma (red, hot, swollen, very very angry)

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Herbal Ice is also known as San Huang San, translated as 3 Yellow Powder, which aptly describes the first 3 ingredients that give this ointment it's potent heat-clearing abilities.  This is a mix of cold herbs and blood movers. 

I used this ointment when I tore my rotator cuff, rolled my ankle (for the umpteenth time), and use it religiously on my partners ankles when they're sprained during his his epic romps in the woods.  I also love using it for bug bites and on zits when they first begin!

Herbal Ice is a chunky ointment, which means the finely ground herbs are still in the mixture and have not been strained out.  I run the powdered herbs through an incredibly fine mesh strainer to ensure the final product is as smooth as possible.  As such, it's a bit, well, chunkier than my other ointments and salves, but the thought is that by leaving the herbs in the mixture it becomes more potent which is exactly what I want in a botanical to quickly clear heat and move blood. 

There are a lot of ways you can use this.  What I like to do is put a fairly thick layer on and wrap the area with gauze if it's a larger site, or a bandaid for a smaller site, so as to secure the ointment to the skin and not rub it off on clothing/sofa/you name it or wash it off.  This works for me, but you'll find what works best for you!

The oil was infused with the ground herbs for 4 weeks, shaken everyday, then combined with beeswax from the Cascade mountains.  This ointment comes in a 2oz tin with a beautiful hand drawn label and screw top lid.  

Ingredients:  organic unrefined sesame oil, organic beeswax, da huang (rhubarb rhizome), huang qin (scutellaria root), huang bai (phellodendron bark), pu gong ying (dandelion), zhi zi (gardenia seed pods), hong hua (safflower)

 

*These statements have not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration and are not intended to diagnose, treat, or cure, or prevent any diseases.  The information provided is for educational purposes only.  For health care advice, please consult your Primary Care Physician or other health care professional.