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    Yoni Steaming and Meditation B...

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    Yoni steaming is a sacred and ancient tradition for women, using custom blended herbs and steam to support womb wellness.

    This lightweight and sacred Yoni Steam Bench was created to help you implement the healing practice of vaginal steaming with simplicity and ease, in the privacy of your own home.

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    Oomf CBD Lubricant

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    Meet Oomf, the all natural, water-based CBD lube for you. Our award-winning, multi-aphrodisiac blend is enriched with prebiotics designed to support your vaginal microflora, increase your pleasure sensation and reduce any discomfort during sex.

    • MAXIMISES PLEASURE: CBD is known to amp blood flow circulation for better muscle relaxation and deliciously increased sensitivity.
    • PH BALANCING:  Enriched with prebiotics to maintain a healthy vaginal microbiome and keep natural pH. (The pH of our lubricant is 4.5–5.0 (and the pH of a typical vagina ranges from 3.5–4.5).)
    • VULVA-FRIENDLY: Formulated with a gynaecologist’s keen eye and is backed by gynaecologists.
    • NO STAINS: Don’t worry! Oomf is a non-sticky formula, which means it leaves no residue on bed linen, clothing, or skin.
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  • Sold By: Royle Minerals

    Focus Sea Moss / 450ml

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    All natural sea moss reduces oxidative stress and boosts cognition, protecting brain cells from neurodegeneration.

     

    As a source of high-quality iodine, our vegan sea moss gel boosts metabolism and skin and nail health to help you feel your best.

     

    Our organic sea moss gel helps maintain digestive health, bowel regularity, and constipation relief with 90+ vitamins, minerals, and dietary fibre.

     

    Our GMO-free sea moss gel fights inflammation, viral, bacterial, and fungal infections with Vitamin C and antibacterial qualities. Our gluten-free sea moss gel boosts physical vitality, performance, and exercise recovery with its anti-inflammatory effects.

     

    How long will my seamoss gel last? Refrigerated sea moss gel lasts 4 weeks. Sea moss gel may be frozen for 6 months.

     

    100% WILDCRAFTED SEAMOSS: Our wild-crafted organic sea moss gel comes from a marine-protected zone off Peruvian shores, free from port and commercial traffic pollution.

     

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    Purple Sea Moss / 450ml

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    ✅ All natural sea moss reduces oxidative stress and boosts cognition, protecting brain cells from neurodegeneration.

    ✅ As a source of high-quality iodine, our vegan sea moss gel boosts metabolism and skin and nail health to help you feel your best.

    ✅ Our organic sea moss gel helps maintain digestive health, bowel regularity, and constipation relief with 90+ vitamins, minerals, and dietary fibre.

    ✅ Our GMO-free sea moss gel fights inflammation, viral, bacterial, and fungal infections with Vitamin C and antibacterial qualities. Our gluten-free sea moss gel boosts physical vitality, performance, and exercise recovery with its anti-inflammatory effects.

    ✅ How long will my Seamoss gel last? Refrigerated sea moss gel lasts 4 weeks. Sea moss gel may be frozen for 6 months.

     

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  • Sold By: Floraling

    Propolis And Reishi tincture (...

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    This is a Vegan Propolis based tincture, so the propolis comes straight from the Popular tree instead of the Bee hives.
    The popular buds produce a high quality and a small amount of resin that protect them from viruses, bacteria and fungi, thats also the way bees use it to protect their hives.
    On Propolis: 
    Current applications of propolis include formulations for cold syndrome (upper respiratory tract infections, common cold, and flu-like infections), as well as dermatological preparations useful in wound healing, treatment of burns, acne, herpes simplex and genitalis, and neurodermatitis.
    Read more on PropolisCottonwood 

    On Reishi:
    Provides immunological support and improves the functioning and regulation of the whole immune system. Is especially helpful in chronic immune weakness and poor resistance to airborne & respiratory infections.
    Read more on Reishi 

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    Nervine, Antispasmodic & C...

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    Nervine: (or trophorestoratives) are perhaps the most important contribution herbal medicine can make in the whole area of stress & anxiety, and in strengthening & “feeding” the nervous system. In cases of nervous debility, the nervine tonics strengthen and restore the tissues directly

    Antispasmodic:
    There are general antispasmodics that reduce muscle spasm throughout the body, and there are those that specifically work on certain organs or systems. There is much overlap between herbs as muscle tissue is generally similar throughout many areas of the body.

    Carminative:
    The mode of action of carminative herbs is largely a result of the volatile oils they contain. These compounds help increase gastric emptying and are mildly irritating to the gastric mucosa so that peristalsis is increased, thereby relieving cramping and expelling gas. It should be noted that carminatives are NOT necessarily muscle relaxants, but are useful (and synonymous with) antispasmodics

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  • Sold By: Floraling

    Lion’s Mane Tincture (Concen...

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    The Lion’s Mane mushroom (Hericium erinaceus) is also known as the monkey head mushroom or bearded tooth mushroom and can be identified by its long spines. Lion’s Mane can be found in Europe, Asia and North America.  Studies have found that lion’s mane mushrooms contain two special compounds that can stimulate the growth of brain cells
    Read more on Lions Mane 

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    Anti- Allergy Formula

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    This formula reduces allergic reactions in case of hay fever, red and itchy eyes, winter sinus drainage, and frequent earaches 

     

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    Echinacea (immune system suppo...

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    Stimulates the immune system and improves resistance to infections. Can be used locally or systemically to protect against infection and helps repair tissue damage.

    Echinacea is a member of the daisy family (Asteraceae), is native to the United States, and is one of the most popular herbs in the US market. It is used internally to treat upper respiratory tract infections, as an immune system stimulant, and topically to promote wound healing.

    Contraindications: Theoretically with autoimmune disease. Allergic reaction to Asteraceae family 

    Actions: General tonic, immuno-modulator & immuno-stimulator, lymphatic, antimicobial (antibacterial & antiviral), anti-inflammatory, anti-allergic, diaphoretic, anti-catarrhal, detoxifer, alterative, peripheral vasodilator, bitter, vulnerary

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    Hawthorn Berry Tincture (Heart...

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    One of the best tonic remedies for the whole of the heart and circulatory system. Acts in a normalizing way upon the heart by either stimulating or depressing its activity based upon the need. As a long-term treatment may be used safely in heart failure (cardiac insufficiency) and weakness. May similarly be used in cases of palpitations, arrhythmia and valvular insufficiency. As a tonic for the circulatory system has an important use in the treatment of hypertension, atherosclerosis, and angina. Will play a role in any treatment of vessel problems including varicose veins or even ulcers. Can be used for arthritis, fractures, and osteoporosis. Read more on Hawthorn 
     

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    Dandelion (bitter, alterative)

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    Medicine of  Dandelions: Dandelion is a primo liver healer and strengthener. We can live without our fingers, we can lose an arm and still keep going, but we can’t live without our liver! The liver performs more than 500 different metabolic and digestive functions each day, including bile production and processing of proteins and fats. Its main function is to filter and process nutrient laden venous blood that is delivered to it directly from the digestive organs. It is a recycling center for toxins, drugs, and alcohol.

    Dandelion is a digestive bitter. It heals, nourishes, and balances the entire digestive tract, including the liver. Our entire digestive system comprises our mouth, esophagus, stomach, liver, gallbladder, pancreas, large and small intestines, and colon. The small intestine is where 80% of the body’s relaxing neurotransmitters are created, and 70% of immune activity occurs. By strengthening and nourishing the digestive tract, including the small intestine, dandelion helps a body have healthier nerve function and better immunity.

    Dandelion helps the digestive system to obtain full nutrition from the foods we eat by increasing liver bile and pancreatic enzyme productions. It stimulates gallbladder contractions to release bile into the small intestine, increases hydrochloric acid production in the stomach and more complete metabolization of food. Dandelion heals and supports the mucous producing goblet cells which line the entire alimentary canal, increasing healthy protective mucous and relieving heart burn. Dandelion tones and nourishes the spleen, skin, nerves, kidneys, glands, urinary, circulatory, lymph, and gallbladder. Dandelions can aid in reduction of uric acid and reducing edema in the joints. Dandelions can be a good herbal aid for treating inflammatory diseases such as chronic fatigue and fibromyalgia. Dr. Duke’s Phytochemical and Ethnobotanical database shows 135 active chemicals in dandelions (1). Dandelion stimulates appetite and elimination of both gases and solids, which is helpful to those with mobility issues. That’s a lot of healing and nutrition from a plant that most people try to eradicate from their yard and garden. 

    Medicinal constituents: What’s interesting to me is not just that plants do certain things – such as “dandelion is good for the liver” – but how are they doing these things? Why are they doing the things they do? This is what spurs me on to research constituents in plants. It has given me the ability to have a deeper understanding of the plants, make better choices when creating formulas and help to choose the correct menstrum for extracting and preserving each constituent or group of constituents. It has made me a better teacher and medicine maker. 

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    https://www.herbrally.com/monographs/dandelion

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    Cottonwood – Propolis

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    The majestic Populus spp, commonly known as cottonwood, Black Cottonwood, Balm of Gilead, and Western Balsam Poplar, is a fast growing tree in the Salicaceae family, of which some species grow up to 100 ft tall. 1) It’s rather prolific, and any of them, or group of them, are commonly kept company by many fledglings bursting beneath its canopy. The buds contain a sticky, highly aromatic resin containing soothing medicinal properties.

    Cottonwood leaf buds contain tannins, as well as anti-inflammatory and fever-reducing salicylates. The resins from the buds also possess antifungal and antimicrobial properties in the form of flavones. An oil or salve made from this resin can bring relief to pain caused by swelling, arthritis, strains, and general muscle pains.

    For a hot dry cough with a lot of hacking but little relief plus feverishness, Balm of Gilead resin works well to cool the lungs and bring up the mucous.

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    https://www.herbrally.com/monographs/cottonwood

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