Buchu Healing Balm
Buchu Healing Balm

Buchu Healing Balm

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Our Buchu Balm is antibacterial, anti-inflammatory, soothes arthritic & rheumatic pain, eases cramping & spasms, cools irritated skin, relieves dryness and itching, it is also a natural remedy for anti-aging, itches, scratches, and bruises.

Size: 30g | 100g

Made in South Africa

Benefits & How to Use

BUCHU essential oil contains an antioxidantthat has proven to be highly successful in aiding the relief of arthritis. Buchu oil has potent anti-inflammatory, anti-fungal, skin healing, and antibacterial propertiesand brings immediate relief to inflammationand itchiness. This indigenous shrub grows in fynbos habitats near streams on the lower slopes of the Western Cape mountains.

Directions for Use: Apply topically onto desired areas as needed.

Precautions: Avoid direct contact with eyes. Keep out of direct sunlight. For external use only. Discontinue if any irritation occurs.

Ingredients

Beeswax, Prunus amygdalus Dulcis (Sweet Almond) Oil, Sclerocarya birrea (Marula) Oil, Cannabis sativa (Hemp) Seed Oil, Agathosma betulina (Buchu) Leaf Oil, Helichrysum gymnocephalum Oil, Pelargonium graveolens (Cape Geranium) Oil

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