Uses: Hot Spots, Scrapes, Dermatitis, cracked/ injured skin, and
bacterial infections. Salve also has calming properties, and it’s great for humans
too! Made locally with Therapeutic Grade essential oils.
Directions: Apply topically to wound as needed not
exceeding twice per day. Also can be used on humans. Store in cool dark
location to maximize shelf life. Good for 1 to 3 years if stored correctly.
Warning: DO NOT USE ON CATS.
(Melaleuca oil is toxic to cats)
Coconut Oil: Moisturizer and
Olive Oil: Full of antioxidants
Beeswax: Thickener, helps heal,
moisturize and sooth.
Lavender: a natural antibiotic,
antiviral, antifungal, antiseptic, antimicrobial. Promotes tissue restoration.
antiseptic, muscle pain, ulcers.
anti-inflammatory, strong antiseptic, antiseptic, antiviral and tissue
Vitamin E oil: Natural
Net Weight: 4 oz.
*Melaleuca disclaimer: Tea tree
oil has phenolic compounds that can be hard for a dog’s body to process, but only
in high doses. The oral toxic dose of phenol in dogs is about 0.22 grams per
pound of body weight. 0.22 grams is about 4 drops of tea tree oil. This would
mean that a 1 pound dog would have toxicity symptoms if you applied 4 drops of
tea tree oil. However, most dogs are around 10-20 lbs. To hit toxic levels of
phenols, you would have to apply 40 drops of tea tree oil to a 10 lb. dog at
one time. This would be the same as if a 150 pound human applied 600 drops of
tea tree oil to their body at one time. OF COURSE, this would be ridiculous and
toxic. ANYBODY given a high amount of phenolic compounds would develop