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Ease Balm

Ease Balm


This balm is for calling in ease through pain and tension:::
Most useful with shoulder tension and neck pain from stress + overworking, it's been known to melt the pain away within minutes (alongside recommendations of more rest, less work and less stress where possible). Featuring St John's Wort, the great herbal ally for body pain, these sunny yellow blooms were ethically wildcrafted on the summer solstice as is tradition. Applied topically to the skin, SJW has phenomenal pain relief properties when it comes to stress and nervous tensions (as opposed to pain caused by physical injury, sprain or strain which may be better supported by other herbs like comfrey and arnica) and has a particular affiliation with the nerves along the spine, offering much relief to sciatica and back issues. SJW may also support those experiencing nerve pain (from neuralgia to shingles to nerve damage/crushing injuries) as well as rheumatoid arthritis, low back pains and menstrual pains.
Lavender also offers analgesic/pain relieving properties along with a scent that has widely been used for millennia to bring calm and reduce anxiety. A renowned and familiar herb for good reason. This generous healing balm also offers support for wounds, burns, sunburn, bruises and coldsores. 


Suggested Use: Massage generously and tenderly into body wherever and whenever it’s needed.


Ingredients: ethically wildcrafted St John's Wort (Hypericum perforatum) + organically grown Lavender (Lavandula x heterophylla) infused in organic olive oil, organic beeswax.




Please remember: while these plant medicines are crafted with intentions to support you through times of trauma or stress, they are not meant to replace community support or a good doctor/therapist. If you need help, please seek it. You deserve it.

  • What is Mutual Aid? Who am I "paying forward" to?

    In our attempt to make plant medicines more accessible for all, Seed Medicine Garden sends regular free medicine donations to communities as needs arise. In the past this has included Indigenous activists, youth leaders and trans youth, as well as homeless single mothers, refugees and members of the disabled community. 

    When you "pay forward" 1 or 2 products, you will still receive one (or selected quantity) of your chosen medicine as well as donating the credit for 1 or 2 products to go towards our herbal mutual aid projects.

    There seems to be an increasing call for plant support through these times and we are continually seeking pathways to those who need it most. Please contact us: if you or a community you know is without financial means but needing herbal care.

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