Welcome to this informational post about our Herbal Intimates blend. We hope that after reading, you will have a new understanding and appreciation of this combination of herbs that we at Effervesce cherish so dearly.
These herbs were selected specifically for their gentleness (safe for newborn babies and extreme sensitivities), as well as for properties of healing and restoration that have been relied upon in traditional herbal practices for thousands of years.
Many herbs available for us to use share common benefits. So why include Chamomile, Rosemary, and Calendula in a blend together if they can all help ease a tummy ache? The reason for this is that each herb will work in its own specific way. Likewise, every body is different, and therefore it makes sense to apply different herbs used for a common purpose to reap maximum benefit in an individual body.
The herbs in our Herbal Intimates blend have been used historically to soothe headaches, improve memory, ease aches pains of all sorts, alleviate redness, irritation and dryness of the skin, uplift the mood, and aid in restful sleep. The information listed below can be considered a teaser of herbal lore, intending to convey the spirit of each herb and offer some context of how it may have been appreciated and utilized by those who came before us.
The herbal world is endlessly vast and there is always more to know, discover, and understand! Each of these special plants has a rich history of use that can fill pages of information. We at Effervesce hope this tidbit is useful and inspiring to you as you traverse your personal journey of natural living.
- The Master Book of Herbalism by Paul Beyerl
DISCLAIMER: This article is for informational purposes only and should not be construed as a replacement for medical advice or the care of a physician. Individuals with known allergies to daisies should be aware that Chamomile and Calendula are categorized in this family of plants.