Carrier Oils

 

Nearly every remedy I make begins with a carrier oil. A carrier oil carries the medicinals; the energy, potency, essence, vibration, intention, and purpose, of  herb, root, bark, leaf or essential oil constituents. A carrier oil delivers the goods. Each Mishe Mokwa Medicinal carrier oil is solar infused with fresh or dried herbs for one moon cycle, allowing the plant materials to mingle and become co-conspirators in goodness with a plant based oil like Olive, Coconut, Grapeseed or Apricot Kernel! Once this happens, a small batch of magic making begins!

Pictured here is Calendula Oil, definitely a favored carrier oil infusion. Calendula looks like sunshine and can lift spirits like it too. Such a beautiful and generous plant, its great as throat spray for tonsilitis, tea for tummy troubles, salve for rashes including diaper rash, and for wounds, muscle spasms & infections. Calendula is what herbalists refer to as a vulnerary, a healer. Fresh picked blossoms are great on salad, too!

Some of the other carrier oil infusions Mishe Mokwa makes include:

Arnica, Comfrey, Propolis, Plantain, Rosehips, St Johns Wort, Yarrow…

***FDA regulations strictly prohibit the use of therapeutic or medical claims in conjunction with the sale of any product not approved by the FDA. These products are not approved by the FDA and are not intended to diagnose, treat, cure or prevent any disease. As always, if you are pregnant/ breastfeeding, if you are under medical supervision/ taking pharmaceutical treatments of any kind, or if you are using any Mishe Mokwa Medicinal products for children, please, always check first with your trusted healthcare provider for their safety & efficacy before using any oral or topical folk remedies.

 

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