Flying Trapeze Balm
This salve is named for the first people to use it: the trapeze artists and aerial dancers of Movement Activities (who practice at 400 West Rich, where Boline had its first ever farmer's market). Trapeze artists have to chalk their hands. The chalk is very drying and can easily make cracks if you do not care for the skin.
The fact that it works for them makes this salve perfect not only for trapeze artists, but health care workers (people who have to wash their hands a lot), older folks (who don't have as much moisture as they used to) and during drying winter weather.
Flying Trapeze Salve comes in half ounce or two ounce tins.
Ingredients: Extra Virgin Olive Oil* infused with Calendula* and Comfrey*, Raw Coconut Oil, Vitamin E Oil*, Beeswax*, Essential Oils of Lavender* and Myrrh* (*indicates organic)
General Contraindications & Warnings:
Like all herbal medicine, our products work best when combined with a lifestyle that includes clean water, whole foods, gentle exercise, and plenty of self-love.
You could be allergic to a plant, a plant family, honey, or another ingredient in a formula just like you could be allergic to a food. Use standard commonsense precautions when trying new things. If any adverse reactions happen that coincide with the taking of this product, discontinue use and consult your herbalist, naturopath, or doctor.
Standard required disclaimer for the USA:
The statements made here have not been approved by the FDA. These statements are not intended to diagnose, prevent, treat, or cure any disease or replace advice from a health practitioner.
This notice is required by the Federal Food, Drug, and Cosmetic Act for herbalists and people like me but not big pharma, who is in bed with the FDA. After umpteen million product recalls, birth defects and deaths, big pharma still doesn't have to label like this- even though the ingredients in this product has been used safely for much longer than any pharmaceutical preparation has. Just sayin'.
Standard required disclaimer for Canada:
If symptoms persist or worsen, consult a health practitioner.