Amish Origins, Draw Salve, 2 oz
UPC Code: 083827100252
- Helps treat skin irritations
- Good for splinters, sores, bee stings, foreign objects embedded in the skin
- Old fashioned recipe using only all natural ingredients
Amish Origins All Natural Draw Salve - 2 oz. Tin The draw salve is for splinters, sores, bee stings, foreign objects embedded in the skin, and skin irritations.
Usage: Skin Irritations, splinters, sores, bee stings, embedded foreign objects
Draw Salve, 100% all natural Draw Salve, Plantain, Comfrey Root, Bees Wax, oil of camphor, Wintergreen, Eucalyptus, pine oil.
About Amish Origins
For centuries, the Amish people have embraced a simple lifestyle of hard work and tradition. A lifestyle like this leaves no room for pain. Avoiding fads and quick fixes, the Amish find something that works and they stick with it. Amish Origins Deep Penetrating Pain Relief Ointment has withstood the test of time. Why do our product work so well? It is because Amish Origins Deep Penetrating Pain Relief Cream, Ointment and our other quality multipurpose products utilize the healing powers of essential oils. Our unique blend of essential oils consists of Pine, Camphor, Wintergreen (methyl salicylate), and Eucalyptus oil. In recent years, essential oils have become more and more popular. Amish Origins has known about and used these powerful oils since long before the trend. Hundreds of thousands of jars of Amish Origins products are shipped all over the world annually. It feels good to know that our Amish Origins products are playing a role in helping people worldwide with relief from their aches and pains.
Do not use if pregnant or nursing. Keep out of reach of children. Please consult your health care provider if currently under care or treatment. Do not exceed recommended serving. See product packaging for additional safety information.
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