El Milagro Healing Salve
Restoring moisture and suppleness to dry, chapped tissues, El Milagro nourishes all layers of the skin as it soothes, nurtures, and revitalizes. Its versatility is endless: it's amazing applied generously to your face and neck before bed to deeply restore your complexion overnight, as an incredible hand salve to hydrate, as a soother to eczema, bug bites, itching, and sunburns, while working wonders on bruises, cuts, and scrapes to speed healing. Applied regularly, El Milagro also helps preserve the color and clarity of tattoos, both new and old; while making a wonderful natural lubricant to enjoy alone or with the one you love.
All organic: rose petals, comfrey leaf, comfrey root, calendula blossoms, lavender flowers, marshmallow root, malachite essence, sea buckthorn oil, carrot seed essential oil, vitamin e, olive oil, beeswax
Suitable for all ages to use freely. Do not apply to weeping or infected wounds.
A nomad’s apothecary, La Abeja Herbs is a dream realized for master herbalist and folk healer Sophia Rose. She is a woman who listens closely to the singing of Mother Earth’s spirit and shares the beauty of all that she hears in her work with plants and people.
All La Abeja Herbs medicines are made by hand, in small batches, in a way that all of our ancestors would recognize. Each remedy is inspired by the plants themselves and offered humbly to all in hopes that they will bring us closer to ourselves and to the land. All medicines are made in accordance with the lunar phases: begun at the time of the dark Moon, then pressed and bottled when the Moon is at its fullest, pregnant with the completion of a cycle and more potent than at any other time. They source their herbs, packaging, and shipping materials with great care, and are always working to partner with folks tending land and cultivating plants in a good way. Some medicines are gathered form the while and, when this is the case, they take care to tend and nurture the land and adhere to wholehearted wildcrafting guidelines.
True reciprocity sits at the center of all that La Abeja Herbs does. They donate a percentage of all revenue to BIPOC-led organizations and groups doing work at the intersection of social and environmental justice.