100% Organic Heal All Glycerite / Vegetable Glycerin Extract. This is made from the plant called Prunella vulgaris, AKA Heal All, that I am so lucky to have growing wild on my property. Heal All is also called Self Heal, All Heal, or Woundwort. I make this with fresh flowers. Within an hour of picking the plants, I start by making the first concentrated infusion in organic, food-grade, vegetable glycerin. I then strain it and do a new infusion with fresh plants for a second infusion of the same glycerin (double infused). No additives ever! Only two simple ingredients: Prunella vulgaris flowers and organic vegetable glycerin.
I make my glycerites so they are very concentrated, with as many Heal-All flowers as I can submerge in the glycerin. My herbs are all 100% organic although not formally certified, harvested by hand, and wildcrafted from my farm. Vegan, non-GMO, gluten-free, and non-irradiated. I love nature and working with plants brings me joy. I like to think this transfers to the plants and hopefully to you too!
How to use glycerin extracts: Orally, always consult your health care practitioner, physician, and or veterinarian. Adult dosage is typically 30-60 drops (1/4 – 1/2 teaspoon), taken daily in a little water. DIY personal care & cosmetic product makers, use 10 to 15% glycerite of your oil/water/butter liquid volume in an existing recipe. For use in general skincare, vegetable glycerin is often used to moisturize. It is further believed to have anti-aging benefits. It has become popular for use after a shower as a moisturizer by itself. Since it has antibacterial properties, it is used in acne-preventing products. In lip products, it will produce a slickness. Rubbed directly on the scalp and/or hair, it will help to relieve dry scalp and brittle hair. When mixing glycerite with oil whip in slowly or use an emulsifier. Recipes can be found on the internet for almost anything you may want to make. Topically, a little goes a long way. Dab onto the fingertip, and rub into the affected area.
Larger quantities and wholesale are also available, please contact me directly for inquires.
Read more about the benefits of Prunella Vulgaris at these links: https://pubmed.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/?term=prunella+vulgaris https://www.healthline.com/nutrition/prunella-vulgaris. Or contact me for any further detail including where and how the plant grows and questions about my process are always welcome.
Information on herbs' traditional uses and properties are provided for educational use only and not intended as medical advice. Every attempt has been made for accuracy but none is guaranteed. Many traditional uses and properties of herbs have not been validated by the FDA. If you have any serious health concerns, you should always check with your health care practitioner before self-administering. This statement has not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration. This product is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure, or prevent any disease.