A moisturizing aromatic balm that heals minor skin ailments. The smell and feel of this balm comes from the purifying spirit of Sage, the calming scent of Lavender and the enlivening resonance of sweet Orange. Every time you open a tin, breathe in deeply; it will remind you that enlightenment is possible.
Directions: Rub a small amount of the balm between your fingers, than lightly rub under your nose and inhale.
Dry skin: This balm is not meant to be used as a regular moisturizer but as an aid for temporary dry skin conditions.
Minor skin ailments: Minor ailments are any kind of little bump, bruise, bug bite or stress driven rash that might crop up in our day to day and especially when we are traveling. You will find this balm to be 90% effective on most of these minor problems.
Customer Testimonials are for all Sage - Lavender products:
Thank you for your wonderful soothing products. While regular medecine fails me for relief of my sore hands and arthritis in my back, your sore joint creme often gives me welcome relief! I also enjoy the sage/lavendar/orange. I have found its scent to be a great stress reliever.
I found the little travel tins at the gift shop while on vacation in Sedona. I have sensitive skin and get different breakouts from time to time. Because I am diabetic, I heal slowly. A few spots really didn't respond well to anything. I have been using the Sage, Lavender Orange tin and it is the only thing that really work really well- better than anything I have tried from the doctor or the store... even black ointment. I have just ordered another tin because I am almost out. Now I am ordering other tinctures/teas and salves... these are truly wonderful products and I think more people should try them. I am very grateful for these products and now find them as important part of my medical cabinet as any! I can't wait to try the teas.
Thank you, Mary G calling from Jamaica this morning letting us know our Sage Lavender Orange Balm is the best remedy she found for her lips, she bought it in LA, Decanso Gardens....
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When I lived in Farmington, NM, I bought my first travel tin of Sage, Lavender and Orange. The title was Enlightening, and it was. I purchased more when I was last there, as well as the one for arthritis. I love it and recommend it. Natural has done it for thousands of years. Although Enlightening was not recommended for arthritis, I use it for painful joints in my hands. Ann Schlabach
The difference between a cream and a Salve: People are always asking what is the difference between a salve and a cream or which one works better or lasts longer or which one is best for me. Well it is simple but it can be complicated if you want it to be. The most simple explanation is that a salve is a salve, a cream is a cream and a massage oil is just that a massage oil. The more complicated definition can go on for a long time and the truth is that each of us will find our own reason why we like one type product of over another. I will try to explain.
A salve has a higher ratio of beeswax than a cream and also has a higher concentration of the actual infusion of the herbal element. The salve takes longer than the cream to soak in but may be more effective for medicinal purposes. This is not always the case though. Given the application and a particular persons need the cream might be a wiser choice. For instance if one's hands are the issue and a salve with all its wax seems somehow too thick to rub in easily or takes to long too penetrate than you will find the nurturing absorptive properties of the cream very appealing.
ORGANIC & NATURAL
Organic ingredients: Sunflower, Coconut & Macadamia nut oils, Calendula flower infusion.
Wildcrafted ingredients: Essential oil of Lavender(Lavendula Angustifolia), Essential oil of Sweet Orange(Citrus sinensis) & Fair Trade African Shea butter.
Non-Organic ingredients (Pesticide FREE) Golden Jojoba oil, Bee's wax, and Vitamin E (Isolated Tocopherol).
Store in a cool place and refrigerate in summer time. For external use only. This product contains Nut oils.