rose geranium

rose geranium

part of plant used: 
leaves and flowers
botanical name: 
palargonium odorantissimum

Rose geranium is sweet, astringent, pungent and harmonizing – i.e. warming and/or cooling, moistening dryness and drying dampness. It works to stimulate, restore, decongest, soften and stabilize. The medicinal actions are: anti-inflammatory, anti-bacterial, anti-parasite, anti-ulcer, vulnerary (wound healing), resolves bruising and gives pain relief.

In my creams it softens and moisturizes the skin, repairing dryness, cooling and calming inflammatory conditions like eczema.

Radiation clearing and repair herbs 220mls

This mix is used by some of the Chiropractic kinesiologists who have been finding that their patients need help to restore from the damage that daily exposure to technology is doing to their body systems.

The practitioners and their patients are finding great support and easing of their nervous system distresses, normalisation of their heart rates, restoring of their ability to sleep deeply, easing of their digestive systems and relief of symptoms. 

yellow dock, aniseed, fennel, sheeps sorrel, mistletoe, red clover, motherwort, siberian ginseng, lemon balm, dandelion, rose geranium, st.mary's thistle

Tinea, jock itch fungal cream 60gm

Created for obvious reasons!! This cream is a godsend to all of you who have tried everything they can find and nothing works. This apparently works on real stubborn fungal toes/ tinea and that embarrassing jock itch.

almond oil, hypericum oil,castor oil, coconut oil, beeswax, shea butter, calendula, oregano, thuja, lavender, aloe vera, essential oils of rose geranium, lemon eucalyptus, rosemary, lavender, lemon myrtle.

rose rejuvenation cream

65gm. This one I designed to be a wrinkle prevention cream. At times I have called it fab face food. It really is super skin food. For years I have called it anti-wrinkle cream and it is loved by many. It’s gorgeous and smells heavenly – but I didn’t put the ingredients in to make the smell – I put them in for their effects on the skin. It deserves a better name – so here it is. This one I designed to restore the collagen layer, to prevent it thinning, to keep the circulation to the face healthy.

65gm of lavender, borage, comfrey, fennel, rose, chamomile and rose water; shea butter and beeswax; oils of wheatgerm, jojoba, almond, rosehip, flax seed and evening primrose; essential oils of lemon, rosemary, sweet orange, rose geranium.

anti-inflammatory pain relief cream for joints

60gm. I started making hypericum oil in the early 90s – collecting the fresh flowers in the wild. Taking a picnic and walking and soaking up fresh air – I still love doing it. It is such a powerful healing oil, I began to use it in all my creams and adding it to all new designs. In 2000 one of my favourite long term clients had developed severe back pain and couldn’t sleep. I insisted on spinal Xrays and the Dr insisted on a bone density test. Calcium deposits, or spurs, could be seen on the ends of bones in three spinal process junctions.

55gm of hypericum flowers infused in sweet almond oil; flax seed oil; beeswax and shea butter; herb tinctures of chamomile, horsetail, wild yam, nettles, comfrey root, comfrey leaf, meadowsweet, oregano, cayenne; essential oils of lavender, rosemary, eucalyptus, rose geranium, peppermint, lemon.