A blend of natural relief from depression; bergamot, grapefruit, and lavender. These botanical ingredients, historically used for stimulating cheer and contentment are then combined with shea butter and beeswax to create a balm that produces an uplifting effect and combats depression.
Ideal for: those needing an uplift from life’s daily struggles.
Application: begin with a pea size amount and massage into the temples and neck. Repeat as needed. Essential oils have been historically used for inhalation which sends an immediate response to the brain, thereby changing the emotional and cognitive response of the individual.
One 2 ounce tin should provide 48 topical applications.
100% Natural Ingredients: Shea Butter (Butyrospermum parkii), White Beeswax (Cera alba); Essential Oils: Bergamot - Bergaptene Free (Citrus bergamia), Grapefruit (Citrus racemosa), Lavender (Lavandula angustifolia).
For external use only. May not be suitable for pregnant or nursing women or children under 12. Keep away from eyes and mucous membranes.
All products are handcrafted fresh to order and customizable. Tremendous care is put into the formulation, production, and packaging of your product. Our process honors the plants, the customer, and the research and wisdom of those who came before us. You deserve the freshest and most effective natural wellness and personal care products on the planet. You deserve Botanical Therapy.
Reviews: "This balm has cheered me with it's lovely texture and smell. Thank you! I apply it often and feels luxurious!"
""Very sweet and my order was shipped quickly! This product is amazing as well. I suffer from depression. They'll be a day it's hard to get up. Hard to lift my arms. Hard to concentrate. And everything in my life could be going well but my mind and body will still get a day that my soul was sucked out. I've been finding alternatives so I don't need to be prescribed over the counter pills from the doctor and I've found this salve. When I put this stuff on my pulse spots, my mood uplifts!" - tysontoddler