Parasite Herbs
 
Insect Bites
 
 


 

Though parasites can enter the body through a variety of means, insects are vectors for a number of diseases, including malaria and various spirochete infections that are similar to blood parasite diseases but technically regarded as bacterial infections. There are, of course, viral diseases that are also associated with insect bites so avoiding bites is wise. This usually relies on a combination of preventative measures such as mosquito netting and insect repellents.

Some insect repellents can be applied directly to the skin or clothing; others can be diffused or misted or fogged, but many are not suitable for prolonged inhalation by people and pets so discernment is necessary. Once bitten, there might be a local sore that is itchy or swollen or a prolonged infection that becomes more or less systemic.

 

Galbanum Essential Oil, Wildcrafted, 5 ml.
Ferula galbaniflua

Galbanum has been famous for thousands of years. It was often added to bath water as well as ointments. It can also be burned as incense. It has many therapeutic benefits and is often used to alleviate scarring due to acne and toxins. It can also be considered when there are stretch marks or wrinkles due to aging. Galbanum is purifying and tissue rejuvenating. As such, it can be used to promote wound healing.

Galbanum is decongesting and this action can be seen in the nasal passages and lungs as well as blood and lymph. It is an insecticide and parasiticide and like most substances that reduce the parasite load, galbanum often alleviates the aches and pains associated with arthritis.

Alcohol:

Contents: 100% pure steam distilled wildcrafted Ferula galbaniflua resin.

Bioethika, $

Lavender Therapeutic Quality Essential Oil

Lavender, Therapeutic Quality Essential Oil, 5 ml.
Lavendula angustifolia

Lavender is one of the best known essential oils. It was added to bath water in Roman times and is associated with both cleanliness and deeper forms of hygiene, such as wound care, including serious abscesses. It is antispasmodic and soothing and is believed to lower high blood pressure and relieve headaches. It is non-toxic and non-irritating and blends well with lemon and peppermint when taken to reduce spasms and relax nerves.

Lavender essential oil can be added to shampoo and/or conditioner — approximately one drop per ounce — as well as to ice cream, cheesecake, and rice pudding and many other culinary dishes. It imparts nuance and interest and lengthens the shelf life of the foods, but a little is better than too much.

Alcohol: none

Contents: certified organic steam distilled essential oil of Lavendula angustifolia from Bulgaria.

Bioethika, $

Montana Propolis Tincture Extra Thick

Montana Propolis Tincture Extra Thick - 0.5 fl oz

Propolis is used by bees to protect their hives. It has been used by humans to boost immunity.

Alcohol:

Contents: 65% pure raw propolis by weight, in a food-grade alcohol base.

Montana Big Sky, $

 

 

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No claim is made for the effectiveness of any formula in treating or curing any disease, and no product or information provided in relationship to any product is intended to replace the advice of qualified health care practitioners. If in doubt about specific needs, please contact your practitioner. None of these products has been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration.