Healing Properties of Wise Woman Herbs
helps heal and decrease inflammation, relieves pain
and soreness, and helps decrease bruising. Not to
be taken internally.
is found to have antibacterial, antiviral, anti-inflammatory, anti-tumor and antioxidant properties. It is gentle and helps heal broken skin injuries.
helps reduce inflammation, soothes
bug bites, burns, cuts,
helps new skin cells grow, reduces inflammation, and keeps skin healthy.
is used for the topical
treatment of painful muscles and joint complaints.
has been used as a remedy against skin diseases,
such as scabs, itching, ulcers, eczema, or psoriasis.
helps heal peeling, cracking, and bleeding
lips gently. It is
and soothing to skin.
has been found to have
anti-viral properties that help prevent and heal cold sores when used in the early stages. It gently cools and soothes irritated skin.
softens skin and relieve irritations and is ideal for sensitive skin. Naturally
anti-inflammatory, it grows
wild all over our garden.
can help decrease
and kill bacteria.
has antibacterial and
anti-inflammatory properties which help wounds to heal quickly. It is also used for itching or pain caused by
has antioxidant properties and is anti-inflammatory to help soothe bruise pain. It also smells wonderful as it steeps.
anti-inflammatory and antioxidant compounds and historically has been
associated with the mouth.
is known for the ability to
draw out infections and abscesses. It is very beneficial in stimulating the healing of wounds, burns, and ulcers.
found growing wild in the spring, studies show it has significant anti-inflammatory and antibacterial properties.
It is also a blood coagulant used to stop bleeding
Saint John’s Wort
has antibacterial properties and may also help fight inflammation and muscle pain. Applied to the skin, it may relieve scarring associated with minor wounds and skin irritation.
Slippery elm bark
has astringent properties
which can help reduce swelling and promote skin health.
has anti-inflammatory, antimicrobial, and antiseptic properties. Historically, it has been used to help heal cuts, bruises, and scrapes.
White willow bark
has been used for treating pain caused by inflammatory and arthritis-related conditions since
calms skin irritations, is a natural astringent, and helps fight scarring.
traditionally used to stop bleeding, studies show it to be powerfully anti-inflammatory, promoting healing of wounds, sores, and rashes.