Have you heard of it before? It’s a must have for every medicine cabinet. Herbal drawing salves have been used for centuries. The Native Americans used a drawing salve to draw out splinters, or infections from a wound. It’s also been used as a natural herbal “Neosporin.” Homesteaders who heat their homes with wood stoves, also find this helpful to remove stubborn splinters.

I use this after a spider bite, tick bite, or to draw out splinters.

For splinters that are deeply embedded it may take a few applications.

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Generously apply to the open cut or wound and cover with a clean cloth or gauze.




A well-known versatile herb in western herbal medicine. These bright orange flowers are not only beautiful to look at, they are an excellent remedy for red and inflamed skin. Abundant in healing properties, to name a few– antiseptic, anti-inflammatory and anti-bacterial. The resins in this herb are also anti-fungal. The herb astringes the capillaries, an action that explains its effectiveness for cuts and wounds.


In Ireland this plant was called “the healing plant” because it was used to treat wounds and bruises. Applied over wounds, it can quickly stop bleeding, and encourages the repair of damaged tissue. One of its many constituents this herb contains is apigenin, which explains it’s anti-inflammatory properties. Depending on where you live this grows abundantly, usually popping up as a weed that sadly, most try and get rid of.


A volcanic ash with a concentration of magnesium, silica, and calcium. When bentonite clay comes in contact with a toxin, the clay absorbs it. While leaving behind beneficial minerals for the body. 


Bentonite clay should never be stored in a mental container, as it has been shown to absorb and pull-out heavy metals from metal containers, and the body.


Well known for its calming effects. But did you know lavender has been used for centuries for medicinal purposes? It’s been traced back to the late middle ages. In fact in 1620 it was taken to the new world by the pilgrims. Lavender is strongly anti-septic, helping to heal wounds, burns and sores. Relieves muscle spasms, reduces pain, and is soothing to the skin.


Although sometimes called tea tree, it differs in composition, origin, and source. The leaves are steam distilled. It’s gentle, herbaceous aroma is calming, but is a powerhouse for all things skin. Soothing dry, itchy skin like eczema, and providing relief to red inflamed skin.


100% FOOD GRADE, sustainably grown in the USA. An ally that absorbs organic toxins, chemicals and poisons. Its ability to draw out irritants has been used for centuries.



Avocado oil is a heart-healthy oil, high in oleic acid, which is an unsaturated fat. It contains vitamin E and also helps the body absorb other fat-soluble vitamins. Avocado oil is a good source of monounsaturated fat which has been linked to reducing LDL cholesterol and increasing HDL cholesterol.
Always gluten, dairy, & peanut free
If stored properly, will last 6 months to a year. 
Please be mindful. This product does not replace seeking medical care if you are severely injured.
Weight 6 oz
Dimensions 7 × 4 × 1 in


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