PINE TAR SALVE for:
Relieves Mild Skin Ailments (acne, blisters, eczema)
Draws Out Splinters, Stingers, Insect Poison, Infection and Boils
Soothes Inflammations Associated With Poison Ivy, Insect Bites and Sunburn
Relieves Fungal Infections (ringworm, athlete’s foot)
Soothes Dry, Cracked Heels and Elbows
Just a quick smell of this black salve will have you thinking “when I was a child…” because Pine Tar salves have been the “go to” salve for generations! It’s the family remedy we remember from grandma’s medicine cabinet.
The most common use of pine tar ointment is as a skin care product. Specifically, it has been most commonly used to treat and prevent skin disorders such as eczema, scabies, acne and more. The ointment can also be used to alleviate the itching and peeling associated with sunburns, and is commonly used to heal cracked heels and dry elbows.
An extra benefit of Pine Tar Salve is the common belief that the scent of pine tar keeps the mosquitoes, chiggers and ticks away! Personally, I enjoy the uplifting, stimulating aroma during the gloomy, gray days of winter!
DOES NOT CONTAIN BLOODROOT. Our salve does not cause the damage the bloodroot preparation can inflict.
To remove a wood or glass splinter: apply liberally to the affected area. Repeat several times daily and within a few days, the splinter will come to a head and fall out. For dry skin: apply directly to the skin and rub until absorbed. For increased benefits, apply after a warm bath or shower. Do not use on open wounds.
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Pine Tar Salve
Made with these all natural ingredients:
PINE TAR relieves various skin conditions.
OLIVE OIL is a superior moisturizer that also nourishes the skin.
BEESWAX softens and protects the skin and is used to solidify the oils.
MUTTON TALLOW is uniquely compatible with our skin’s biology, leaving it supple and nourished. The tallow is infused with:
*CHAPARRAL relieves itching from eczema, scabies, and dandruff while it
protects against bacteria, viruses, parasites, and warts.
*CHICKWEED is a cooling antiseptic herb used to treat inflammations, relieve itching, blisters, boils, and abscesses.
*COMFREY is valuable to treat skin, bone, and muscle injuries. It helps
to relieve pain from insect bites and is a wonderful remedy for cuts and skin infections.
*GOLDEN SEAL has anti-fungal and anti-bacterial qualities making it
useful in treating fungal infections and healing wounds.
*LOBELIA makes the action of other herbs stronger and more effective.
*MARSHMALLOW is an anti-inflammatory treatment for swelling, puncture wounds, infected wounds and splinters. Marshmallow soothes as it protects.
*MULLEIN contains skin healing properties.
*PLANTAIN is an astringent, antiseptic, and emollient which helps to
relieve pain from insect bites and is a wonderful remedy for cuts and skin infections.
*RED CLOVER is an anti-inflammatory useful to treat skin sores.