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Spot Be Gone Roll On

$12.00

7 in stock

This is a simple solution to those localized infections that pain so many. It works on acne, boils, and carbuncles. We have gotten rave reviews, even from folks that have "tried everything" before. Don't let the simple ingredients fool you. Simple is often better, particularly if the ingredients are fresh, strong, and potent.

We have several formulas of already diluted, ready-to-apply, Haven-exclusive essential oil blends in .35 ounce roller ball vials. This size is convenient to tuck into a pocket or bag!

(Real) Ingredients: Neem Oil*, E.V.O.O.*, Essential Oils of Juniper Berry*, Myrrh*, and Tea Tree* (*organic)

 

Our Ingredients

We work with local growers to source for our formulas. This supports the local economy, gives us the most potent plants, & reduces reliance upon fossil fuels. We make products from herbs that will grow here over herbs from the Amazon, China, or Africa. Oftentimes, those trendy herbs are taken in an unsustainable way & local people do not have access to their native medicines any longer. Bioregional herbalism is where it’s at!

How to Use:
Aromatherapy, or the therapeutic use of essential oils, is powerful. So powerful in fact, it can harm you if you do not use them safely and properly. If it is powerful enough to heal, it can also harm.

Not all oils are safe for children, infants, immuno-compromised people, pregnant women, and the elderly. You should also never use essential oils topically on cats or birds. 

Aromatherapy works by entering the bloodstream, and there are two effective ways to do that:

1. Inhalation. Gas exchange in the capillaries of the lungs ensure the fastest method of getting essential oils into your bloodstream. This can be done by inhaling directly from the package or by using a diffuser.

2. Topical application. Again, these are highly concentrated substances that need to be diluted before use. Not only are you throwing money away by applying essential oils undiluted, but you could be damaging the skin and liver. Our roll ons are already diluted to a therapeutic dose of 5%-10%.

PLEASE DO NOT INGEST essential oils. Ingestion is not only less effective in getting the constituents quickly into the bloodstream, it is also unsafe for the mucus membranes and liver (which they come into contact with in the digestive tract).

ALWAYS dilute your essential oils if they come in contact with your skin- in baths, in massages, in products. Or simply buy pre-diluted roll ons like these.

How to Use Herbal Supplements (Generally Speaking)

Herbal remedies, supplements, and tonics are fundamentally different from pharmaceuticals (and we like it that way). They are designed to restore your body and its systems to homeostasis gently- working with your body.

We post basic dosage guidelines, but keep in mind if you have more body mass or a faster metabolism than the average bear, you may need to take a larger dose than indicated. If there are hard-and-fast limitations on how often you can take the product, it will be listed on the package. Most can be used up to six times daily without problems (but we doubt that you would need to do that).

Remember, there are no “magic bullets” in life, and any product (herbal, pharmaceutical, or otherwise) claiming 100% success without knowing you, your constitution, and your lifestyle is lying and trying to get into your wallet. Often, herbalists (and MDs) need to try several products before we find the one that works for your unique biochemistry.

Feel free to email us if the product didn’t quite do the job, we can recommend another that could do the trick. We are blessed with many plants that have the same action in the body- and often it’s just a matter of finding the right one for you.

Necessary Legal-ese

Standard required disclaimer for the USA:
The statements made here have not been approved by the FDA, as the FDA does not regulate herbs, only pharmaceuticals. “These statements are not intended to diagnose, prevent, treat, or cure any disease or replace advice from a health practitioner.”

The above notice is required by the Federal Food, Drug, and Cosmetic Act for herbalists. Other countries recognize the plants’ value of and regulate herbs and pharmaceuticals together.

Standard required disclaimer for Canada:
If condition persists or worsens, consult a health practitioner.

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