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Garden Balm

Garden Balm


For healing wounds and rehydrating dry, well-loved skin :::
A number of wild, wonderful and very resilient plant friends come together in this balm of the garden to help rehydrate and rejuvenate our skin. A gardener's hands' best friend! But also a very useful addition to the family medicine cabinet! The plants in Garden Balm are selected for their ability to repair, rebuild and regenerate skin cells, so this is the perfect balm to tend to scraped knees, chapped lips, chaffed thighs, hard heels, healing wounds + scars. Cuts have been observed to heal twice as fast when this balm is used. Mullein, Calendula and Yarrow were all tended from seed but Plantain volunteered themselves and grew wild lush green leaves in between the farm rows. Mullein’s tall yellow spears of continuous yellow blooms have been hand-picked over several weeks, Calendula with their orange sunburst flowers so generous and ever-present, and Yarrow’s beautiful, white umbels are all here to support your skin healing. 


Suggested Use: Apply balm directly to dry, chaffed, chapped, scraped, healing or scarred skin.


Ingredients: *Plantain (Plantago lanceolata), *Mullein flowers (Verbascum lapsus), *Calendula (Calendula officinalis),*Yarrow (Achillea millefolia) organic local olive oil, raw local beeswax.
– all *organically grown




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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