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  Poplar Balsam (Balm of Gilead) Infused Oil (no ratings yet)
Populus balsamifera, Ethically wildcrafted from the sticky springtime buds and twigs of the Black Cottonwood tree, triple infused into Organic Olive Oil to insure the fullest effect of this traditional healing herbal oil.


Herbalists teach that Balm of Gilead oil or salve (Balsam Poplar oil) is analgesic, anti-infammatory, anti-bacterial, and astringent. When used as the base for a "chest rub" it may help with coughs.

Especially recommended as a base for pain relieving blends. You may add your favorite pain relieving essential oils

We recommend blending with Arnica Infused oil, St.Johns Wort Infused Oil, Calendula infused oil as a base treating pain and injuries. (I am wondering how one part Balm of Gilead Infusion would be added to our Trauma Oil? 

The buds themselves, infused in oil, have been used by North American healers for millennium to ease pain, and heal damaged skin

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