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Salve My Doggie Subscription Box

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Salve my Doggie Subscription Box 

 

Salve my body is excited to announce the first monthly subscription box for Salve My Doggie. This subscription comes in different sizes such as small, medium and large. In the box it will contain four products.

 

The box subscription size will go as follow: 2oz(Small) 4oz(Medium) 9oz(Large) products.

Salve my doggie subscription box

  • Paw salve 

  • Zinc ointment 

  • CBD tincture 

  • PB and honey tincture

  • Arctic  omega 

  • Bath salts 

  • Deodorizer/Spritzer

  • Treats (only natural pet from Boulder CO)

  • Salmon oil 

  • Bone broth gummies 

  • Paw moisturizer 

  • Green lip mussel 

  • Zinc powder

  • Bandaid salve 

  1. Small box product size 2oz products.

  2. Medium box product size 4oz products.

  3. Large box product size 8oz products.

Mindfulness & Self-Care Subscription Box

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Salve my body is excited to announce the first monthly "Mindfulness & self-care subscription box" for Salve My Body. This subscription comes in different sizes such as small, medium and large. In the box it will contain five products.

 

The box subscription size will go as follow: 

1.Intentional Candle 

2.Floor cleanser/altar/smudge items

3.Dead Sea Bath salts/Bath tea 

4.Tinctures for pituitary/pineal gland/plant medicine/ essential oil blends for awakening senses, gifts, decalcifica glands

5.Spiritual tool box items such as Crystals/Books/rituals/tarot or oracle/bowls etc.

 

Small 4oz 

Medium 8oz 

Large 16oz 

 

Mindfulness & Self-care Subscription Box

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"Salve My Body Virtual Gift Card" 


Salve My Body is offering Christmas gift cards & of course they can be redeemed forever. There is no expiration date. When ready to redeem your virtual gift card please email:

SALVEMYBODY2020@gmail.com

Along with your order date, gift card name & address you would like to ship it to. We encourage you to navigate the website to your liking. Take full advantage of the free education available to make the correct choice for your wellness. This will be available all Winter & Spring seasons in case you forgot to get a loved one a gift this Holiday would de be a great gift idea!

 

"Salve My Body Gift Card"

Subscription Box

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Subscription Box 

 

Salve my body is excited to announced its first monthly subscription box. This subscription is for the small.

 

  • The box will consists of one organic hand crafted beeswax & soy blend candle with herbs, local Rocky Mountain crystals, essential oils & charged a full moon cycle. Candles will vary purpose such as self love candle or massage oil candle along other intentions/ Concentrated Florida waters for energetic cleansing wild forage.

 

  • One organic beauty product such as serum, rose water, frankincense hydrosol of the month. 

  • One unreleased salve every Month. 

  • One loose sifted hand crafted tea blend  of the month. 

  • Tincture/Capsule of the month. 

  1. Small box product size 2oz

  2. Medium box product size 4oz

  3. Large box product size 8oz

 

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Kava Kava "Awa"

 

What is Kava?

Kava is a depressant drug, which means it slows down the messages travelling between the brain and the body. Kava is made from the root or stump of the kava (Piper methysticum) shrub.1

Kava comes in different forms including:

  • brownish-coloured drink

  • brown powder

  • capsules

  • extracts

  • drops.

Other names

Kava kava, kawa, waka, lewena, yaqona, grog (Fiji), sakau (Pohnpei), ‘awa (Hawaii), ‘ava (Samoa) and wati (New Guinea).2

 

When brewing kava or making a kava drink, you should use cold or lukewarm liquid – never use hot liquid because the high temperature destroys kava’s main active ingredients known as kavalactones; the psychoactive components of kava that provide the drink with its relaxing properties.

Extraction of these psychoactive compounds from the kava root is performed by leaching the root into liquid such as water or milk. Both work well for kava extractions, since the kavalactones leach into either fluid.  However, the best liquid to draw out the active constituents of kava contain a healthy amount of fat – generally milk such as cow’s milk, goat’s milk, soy milk or coconut milk. Simply put, using a fluid containing fat is the best way to prepare kava extractions, in addition to making a delicious kava drink. It is highly suggested that you use organic milk of whatever type you prefer when possible.

The most simple Kava extraction is done with a water and to this you can add some fat to help out. The fat can come from adding one-third milk to the water, (whole, soy or coconut). Keep in mind that you can also use juice with a little fat added as your extraction liquid, such as pineapple or papaya or whatever juice you like the best.

Here’s how to make kava drink: take the kava – powdered, pressed, ground or shredded – put it in a strainer and place that in your beverage of choice and allow it to steep for several minutes minimum… the longer you let it brew, the better it will be.  However, be careful not to use traditional tea strainers if you are using a powder; the wire mesh is not fine enough to hold in kava powder and it is very possible some will escape into your drink. Instead, use fine muslin bags which are reusable and better to strain the kava.

Once you let your kava preparation brew, you can squeeze all the liquid out of the semi-solidified material in your strainer and throw the mass away or put it in your compost.

 

In relation to GABA (gamma-aminobutyric acid), kava has been shown to increase GABA levels in the brain. This helps to reduce anxiety by promoting relaxation and reducing nervous tension. This mechanism occurs via the interaction of kavalactones with GABA-A receptors in the brain. This effect directly leads to an increase in GABA-mediated inhibition of neuronal activity.

Kava has also been shown to affect the levels of other neurotransmitters in the brain. This includes the production of serotonin and dopamine. Some studies suggest that kava may increase the levels of serotonin. Serotonin is involved in regulating mood and anxiety. Dopamine may also be released into the system as well. Dopamine has a powerful and direct effect on regulating mood, motivation, and reward. This may contribute to the anxiolytic (anxiety-reducing) effects of kava.

 

Kava Kava "Aawa"​

$85.00
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Chaparral Loose Sifted Leaf (10oz)

Chaparral is claimed to help treat over 50 ailments, including cancer, arthritis, tuberculosis, skin conditions, and the common cold.

 

Chaparral contains various potent compounds that may interact with cancer pathways.

 

In particular, chaparral leaves and stems contain nordihydroguaiaretic acid (NDGA), a potent antioxidant linked to tumor regression — the shrinkage of tumors

 

Antiviral activity

There are claims that the chaparral herb can prevent the replication of the human papillomavirus (HPV), human immunodeficiency virus (HIV), and herpes simplex virus (HSV).

 

Chaparral contains many different polyphenols called lignans, which are plant compounds that confer health benefits. The lignans in chaparral are believed to block transcription factor Sp1, which is responsible for replicating virus genes. Although this is promising, chaparral may cause dangerous side effects, including liver complications, diarrhea, and fever, which are especially dangerous for people with compromised immune systems, including those with HIV.

 

Furthermore, there is no human research available, making it difficult to know its true effectiveness.

Anti-inflammatory activity

Chaparral contains NDGA, an antioxidant that can inhibit lipid peroxidation. This is a process in which molecules called free radicals attack lipids, resulting in cellular damage. Cellular damage may increase the risk of chronic diseases such as neurodegenerative disease.

 

Chaparral Loose Sifted Leaf (10oz)

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Loose Leaf Sifted White Peony 
(10oz)

Ladies are you looking to balance your hormones? Do you feel your libido is low? Are you experiencing early menopause or unwanted menopausal symptoms? You are at the right place!!!

 

Peony has one of the longest histories of any flowering herb, and has been used since ancient times both as an ornamental and medicinal plant. Traditionally, it has been used to manage arthritis, help depression, treat asthma, and more.

 

Peony Medicinal Properties

Quick Facts

* Medicinal action Anti-inflammatory, Hepatoprotective

* Key constituents Glucosides (mainly paeoniflorin)

* Ways to use Capsules, Cold infusions, Decoctions, Liquid extracts, Food, Essential oil, Dried

* Medicinal rating (2) Minorly useful plant

* Safety ranking Safe

Health Benefits of Peony

Using its traditional medicinal applications as a guide, peony benefits have been thoroughly researched. The various peony properties have found a number of medicinal uses, however the following are the most popular ones:

* Promoting liver health. Peony root has hepatoprotective effects, which can lower bilirubin levels, and it is often used to promote liver health and treating viral hepatitis.

* Reducing pain and inflammation. Peony’s anti-inflamatory, immunostimulant properties have proven effective for treating rheumatoid arthritis and other related conditions, as well as for relieving muscle spasms and menstrual cramps.

Additionally, peony properties can be useful for:

* Relieving symptoms of depression. Studies have shown peony’s ability to support brain function, improving cognition, memory, and mood.

* Treating asthma. Peony properties include antispasmodic actions, which can calm cough and asthma attacks by relaxing the airways, thus improving breathing.

A decoction of peony’s root has been used for centuries in Traditional Chinese Medicine (TCM) for the treatment of rheumatoid arthritis, systemic lupus erythematosus, hepatitis, dysmenorrhea, muscle cramping, spasms, and even fever.

 

Loose Leaf Sifted White Peony 
(10oz)

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100% Pure Raw Pine Pollen Powder Cell Wall Cracked Capsules(30)

Great anti aging properties along with immune system booster!! It’s an androgen. What does it mean? Great for men who need more testosterone and for women low on estrogen! Great for both sexes if battling some wrinkles. Great for sperm production increase.

 

Pine Pollen is a tonic medicine, meaning that it can be used over a course of time without it having toxic effects on your body. It’s also adaptogenic so it will cater to exactly what your body needs and treat any areas of distress. As a nutritive, Pine Pollen can be consumed in large amounts to derive any of the wide range of vitamins and minerals it contains, such as Vitamins A, B-Carotene, B1, B2, B3, B6, Folic Acid, Vitamin D, and Vitamin E. Its host of minerals include Calcium, Copper, Iron, Manganese, Magnesium, Molybdenum, Phosphorous, Potassium, Selenium, Silicon, Sodium, and Zinc. Oh, and another plus: Pine Pollen contains over twenty amino acids and all eight essential amino acids! Do you know what this means? It’s a complete protein!

 

Another potent function of Pine Pollen (which has brought a significant amount of attention its way) is that it’s an androgen. What that means is that it has the potential to raise testosterone levels effectively, making it a naturally derived source of testosterone! This is a huge discovery, as sources of testosterone in nature are few and far between. The inner-workings of this Pine Pollen magic have to do with its natural sterols (basically, plant steroids) which help pine trees grow and develop but serve to benefit us by raising testosterone levels in the blood balancing our androgen and estrogen hormone levels.

 

100% Pure Raw Pine Pollen Powder Cell Wall Cracked Capsules(30)

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Adaptogenic Mushroom Honey

*Turkey Tail, Reishi,  Chaga & lionsmane, shiitake, mitake(for coffee or tea)🍯

 

 

Main Actions: 

+ Adaptogenic 

+ 7 Medicinal Mushroom Extract Powders 

+ Energizing and Uplifting.  

+ May be immune protective. 

+ May aid in adrenal recovery and hormone balance.

+ Can support the proper function of many organ systems.

 

Ingredients: *Turkey Tail, Reishi,  Chaga & Lionsmane, Shiitake, MIitake & Rocky Mountain Honey (for coffee or tea)🍯

Adaptogenic Mushroom Honey

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Magical honey has two ingredients. Mushroom +Rocky Mountain Honey.

Warning: Psychoctive effects

Ingredients: mushrooms,rose pedals, lavender pedals, hawaiian sea salt, colombian amazonian cacao & rocky mountain honey, 24k gold

Magical Honey

 

Magical Honey

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Kava Vanilla Honey (9oz)

Kava is said to elevate mood, well being, and contentment, and produce a feeling of relaxation. Several studies have found that kava may be useful in the treatment of anxiety, insomnia, and related nervous disorders. Kava is a central nervous system depressant. Even though there is no alcohol in kava, it can produce similar symptoms to drunkenness, including difficulty with balance, and slurred speech.

The effects of kava on your body can depend on:

  • your body size

  • your general health

  • if you have taken kava before

  • the strength and amount taken

  • if you are taking other drugs at the same time.

Common effects include:

  • for small doses – relaxed muscles, sleepiness, feelings of wellbeing and relaxation, mild loss of feeling in the throat and mouth, appetite loss

  • for larger doses – dilated pupils, reddened eyes, nausea, drowsiness, reduced muscle control (ataxia).

 

The strength of a dose of kava also depends on how the drink is prepared and how much powdered kava is added to the water.

Ingredients: Kava root, vanilla bean & Rocky Mountain Honey

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 Ashwagandha Honey (9oz)

May Help Relieve Stress and Anxiety

Ashwagandha is perhaps best known today as an adaptogen that helps your body better handle stress. How? “Ashwagandha adapts to the nervous system of the person taking it. Its superpower ability is to sense in the body if your nervous system needs to go up or down,”. So if you’re nervous and anxious, the herb might help soothe you, but if you’re feeling down, it can help lift you up, similar to ginseng, another popular herbal root.

 

In a meta-analysis of 12 papers that included more than 1,000 people, supplementing with ashwagandha was found to reduce anxiety and stress better than a placebo, though “the certainty of evidence was low,” the authors note. This means that more research is needed to verify this possible health benefit. One of the trials considered compared a placebo versus 240 milligrams (mg) of an ashwagandha extract once per day for 60 days in stressed yet healthy adults. Those in the ashwagandha group had reduced scores on a scale measuring anxiety and lower stress-related hormones, including lower morning cortisol and DHEA-S (a circulating steroid).

May Improve Fertility

Fertility is complex, and many factors go into both female and male reproductive health. Ashwagandha has traditionally been used in ayurveda to support fertility, and there are some studies on this.

 

In a meta-analysis of both human and animal studies, researchers concluded that there is some evidence that ashwagandha use may decrease infertility by improving semen quality, as well as improve the health of hormones that play a key role in ovulation and testosterone and sperm production. Although the exact reasons aren’t known, researchers stated that antioxidants in ashwagandha may be involved. These studies suggest only a potential fertility-supporting effect and don’t prove that ashwagandha will actually increase your chances of becoming pregnant; more studies are needed.

May Help You Sleep Well