(3/3) Historically associated with the hard work of harvest, Fall is a time where our adrenals and skin are often put to work. As our largest organ, the skin acts as a reflective shield that holds and projects the health of our inner ecology to the outside world. As the temperature drops, the air drys, and our bodies move between indoor and outdoor spaces, it’s normal to experience a lot more dryness. As the winter time is often a time associated with more spiritual and ancestral work, I like to think of it as a time that asks me to love up on my inherited melanin through more touch.
Pleased to offer soothing body lotions & adrenal support in my new medicinal cabinet -- .
🍂AFTERGLOW: SKIN HEALING BODY LOTION
"blends summer’s herbal medicine, so our winter skin can beam in its afterglow. Rich with anti-inflammatory, astringent, and vulnerary properties, this formula heals skin conditions-- like eczema, wounds, bruising -- and offers first aid relief easing splinters, poison ivy, and bug bites. Through its nutritive and protective properties, this formula heals and beautifies skin while moisturizing your skin this winter season." .
🍂LAVAR: CALMING LAVENDER BODY LOTION
"Stemming from the Latin verb lavare meaning “to wash,” this lavender based formula leaves your skin hydrated, cleansed, and relaxed. As an aromatic sedative and anti-spasmodic, lavender eases muscle tension and with thanks to its anti-fungal, anti-viral, and antibiotic properties, it offers cleansing and protection to the skin."
🍂PA’LANTE: ADRENAL & LIVER SUPPORT
"in powder + capsule form, this formula offers adrenal and liver support in ways that both cleanses and energizes the body to keep up and keep on. Rich in strong liver protecting properties, nourishing vitamins and minerals like Vitamin E, Zinc, Iron, and Vitamin B-- this blend conjures the fighter properties of Andean Maca and Milk Thistle to restore energy, protection, and nourishment when spread thin and on the go. Great medicine under times of chronic stress, chronic fatigue, or regular drinking and undernourishment."