Artemisia vulgaris (mugwort
or common wormwood
is a perennial plant that is a member of the daisy family and a relative of ragweed.
Mugwort [common Wormwood] is excellent added for pain to
bring relief to deep seated injuries.
Use in cases
of repeated action pain with additional herbs.
is important to soothe and ease the distress and painful rash caused by poison oak.
oak rash is nasty business.
- The simplest
method was to grind some fresh Mugwort leaves between the hands and then rub the resulting crushed plant matter on the
way is to boil water and pour over fresh leaves and apply to the affected area.
should be keep on hand when in the woods.
- if unsure of the poison oak location put some
salve on before and save yourself untold misery.
Oak and Mugwort often grow next to each other -- so when when Mugwort is collected --- try a bit of prevention and
watch for the Poison Oak leaves.
We have a hand picked supply of Grindelia flower heads for poison ivy.
leaf poison oak salve,
Prickley Ash Action
Rub balm, for continuous pain often from a repeated action that must be preformed each day. We
have using and tracking the results of Action Rub and are encouraged with use. Must be used daily, best 4 times
daily and the use of a stretch bandage is helpful. Best not to combine with over the counter drugs.