Customers report that this healing cream has helped relieve many skin conditions including dry cracked skin and some rashes. The sisters at the St. Elizabeth Skete use pure olive oil and raw beeswax in their recipe. They hand-pick Calendula and St John's Wort and make an infusion in olive oil, which is added to the skin cream. Pure lanolin helps to soften your skin, and Vitamin E helps make your skin supple. Essential oils are added for their theraputic qualities as well as for their fragrance. No chemical fragrances are added.
This product is created using only natural and organic ingredients and 100% natural essential oils. This product is formulated without parabens, phthalates, propylene, glycol, mineral oil, PABA, petrolatum, paraffin or DEA.
Herbal treatments help your body heal itself and boost natural immunity. Your cold or flu probably wont disappear immediately, but chances are you will get well sooner and more completely. A warm cup of tea is comfort in itself. An advantage to drinking tea is that the liquid thins congestion and flushes out toxins.
Sage is a good remedy for inflamation and infection of the mouth and throat, Cayenne pepper loosens nasal and sinus congestion.
Just follow the recipes included. All you need to add is fresh lemon juice!
Ingredients: 2 oz. of Sage leaves, 6.7 oz. honey, cayenne pepper and recipes for Cold & Flu Remedy."
This gift set includes an original St. Elizabeth Skete blend, Skete Garden Herbal Tea, and a 6.7 oz. jar of natural honey.
Ingredients: Alfalfa, Nettle, Sage, Spearmint, Oat Straw, Red Clover, Horsetail, Lemon Grass, Calendula Flowers, Cornflowers, and Rose Petals.
Stir in honey and have a cup in the morning to tonify the body's vital energy.
Ingredients: Rose Hips, Strawberry Leaves, Linden Blossoms, Thyme.
Fill weight 4 oz.
Useful in warding off the cold and flu. This great tasting tea is a favorite here at the skete. The longer this tea steeps the better!
Ingredients: Spearmint, Chamomile, Elder flowers, Elder Berries, Rose hips, Ginger, Star anise, Thyme, Yarrow, Calendula flowers.
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