Top-selling Natural Remedies
A mixture of five different remedies (Cherry Plum, Clematis, Impatiens, Rock Rose, & Star of Bethlehem) which altogether help deal with any emergency or stressful event. The tincture is most commonly used to calm emotions while the cream (which also contains Crab Apple) can be applied to bumps or bruises. Available as tincture, spray and cream.
Oil from the leaves of this tree generally found in Australia and Asia is where the famous tea tree originates. Discovered by the Australian Aboriginals who used it on cuts and bruises but christened by Captain James Cook and his crew who used it as a substitute for tea and also to flavour beer. Tea Tree has numerous functions but the most common are acne, athlete's foot and other fungal infections, disinfectant, minor injuries, yeast infections and as a preventative against head lice. Available as oil, cream, shampoo, conditioner, foot spray, soap, blemish stick & lip balm.
Known as 'Nature's Antibiotic', Echinacea stimulates the body's own immune system to work more efficiently by identifying and dealing with invading micro-organisms quickly. Echinacea can be used both when colds and flu symptoms are first felt or also as a preventative as it makes it less likely for bacteria, viruses and fungal infections take hold in the body. Available in tincture for adults or children, tablets, cream and lozenges.
Collected by bees from plants and trees and used to coat the inside of beehives and honeycomb cells because antiseptic properties. As a result the inside of a beehive is one of the most perfectly sterile places found in nature. It is because of these antiseptic properties that it is used to boost the immune system. Propolis also has antibacterial and antiviral properties and can be used as an anti-inflammatory agent when applied to surface wounds and bruises. It can also act as an anti-histamine against allergens Available in tincture, capsules, cream and lozenges
Arnica (Arnica Montana) has been used for medicinal purposes since the 1500s and remains popular today. Applied topically as a cream, ointment, liniment, salve, or tincture, arnica has been used by both Europeans and Native Americans to soothe muscle aches, reduce inflammation, and heal wounds. It is often the first remedy used for injuries such as sprains and bruises.