Herb Pharm Friar's Balsam Compound Extract Description
It can be useful an antiseptic and protectant to minor cuts and abrasions, chapped skins and lips, cracked nipples, small fissures of skin and anus, bedsores, indolent ulcers, herpes simplex, and gingivitis. Can relieve itching of chilblains, eczema, and urticaria.. Can be taken internally and/or inhaled with sream vapor as a stimulating expectorant in old coughs and catarrhs, laryngitis, acute and chronic bronchitis, and asthma.
Shake Well Before Using
Topical: Apply full strength or, for sensitive areas, dilute with water and/or glycerine.
Internal: Two or three times per day take 15 to 30 drops in a little water.
Siam benzoin resin (styrax tonkinensis) 1, storax balsam (liquidambar orientalis) 1, balsam of tolu (toluifera balsamum) 1, balsam of peru (toluifera pareiræ) 1, cape aloe leaf latex (aloe ferox), myrrh tears (commiphora habessinica) 1, angelica root (angelica archangelica) 2. In a base of certified organic grain alcohol.
Other Ingredients: certified organic grain alcohol.
The herbs in this compound are Custom Wildcrafted™2 in their natural wild habitat and/or aromatic exudate harvested from trees E orCertified Organically Grown 1.
Warnings: Occasionally skin irritation may result from topical use – avoid use on individuals with allergic skin diseases. If irritation does appear, discontinue use and the it will soon subside. When applied to broken skin, undiluted extract may tend to sting. To avoid this, balsam can be diluted with a 50/50 mixture of water and glycerin. Discontinue use if irritation persists. Some of the maladies listed above can be serious health threats if not treated properly by a qualified healthcare practitioner.
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