With abundant amounts of flavonoids, Calendula’s plant-based antioxidants protect cells from being damaged by unstable molecules called free radicals. It has been regularly used to fight inflammation, viruses, and bacteria. It is used to treat stomach upset and ulcers, as well as topically to help wounds heal faster, possibly by increasing blood flow and oxygen to the affected area. The dried petals are used in tinctures, ointments, and washes to treat burns, bruises, and cuts, as well as minor infections.
Hypericum perforatum has been intensively investigated for its anti-depressive activity, but dermatological applications also have a long tradition. Topical Hypericum is often used for minor wounds and burns, sunburns, abrasions, bruises, contusions, ulcers, myalgia, and many others. Hypericum helps to improve and increase tissue regeneration in wounds and is also researched and well-known for its abilities to tone and restore the health of nerves, in addition to soothing skin irritations.
Goldenseal has a history of beneficial uses by indigenous North American populations and later came into prominence among settlers in the 1800s. Today, the plant is most often used topically to help the body deal with local inflammation, and assist with the healing of skin conditions such as rashes, ulcers, wounds infections, itching, eczema, and ringworm. It is also used on wounds and sores because it is so rich in antibacterial properties.
Green tea is made from the Camellia sinensis plant. Green tea is known widely for its antioxidant properties. It also contains polyphenols, which are a class of bioflavonoids, which have been shown to have anti-cancer, anti-bacterial and anti-viral properties. These polyphenols are also anti-inflammatory. Green tea also contains catechins, which are antioxidants by nature, which have also been shown to function as anti-inflammatory and anti-cancer agents.
Horsetail is a popular fern that has been used as an herbal remedy since the times of the Greek and Roman Empires. Well known to be effective at helping the body heal burns, wounds and sores, horsetail also possesses anti-inflammatory properties and can help stabilize and heal scar tissue. Horsetail has also been found to have antioxidant properties which help fight damaging free radicals.
Spray on the affected area 2-3 times per day.
Try to avoid having your pet lick the topical off before it gets a chance to soak in.
Test on a small area first to assess tolerance.
Discontinue if the skin appears more red or aggravated after application. This may indicate sensitivity.
Do not spray directly in the eyes or mouth.
Safe use in pregnant animals or animals intended for breeding has not been proven. If animal’s condition worsens or does not improve, discontinue use and consult your veterinarian.
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