Wednesday, November 27, 2013
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Making sure you have plenty of first aid supplies on hand is really smart! Have you ever heard of Omyst Healing Herbal First Aid Spray? Omyst is a very effective topical healing herbal spray, made with calendula, plantain, yarrow and wild roses. All the ingredients are steeped in alcohol for six weeks, before being pressed, filtered and blended. The Omyst Spray is used for common skin ailments, such as rashes, insect bites, strings, minor cuts and burns.
About Omyst Healing Herbal First Aid Spray
For this review, I received one bottle of Omyst Healing Herbal First Aid Spray! I used the spray on my eczema, that I have on my one foot and it did a great job of healing the blisters. Omyst has a very mild scent, that is actually very pleasant. I have been reading about, how calendula can help, reduce pain, swelling, heal wounds, leg ulcers and so many other ailments. Since the Omyst helped me out, with my eczema, I would highly recommend the Omyst Healing Herbal First Aid Spray!
Omyst was formulated by Noreen Mulvanerty, in addition to being a gifted herbalist, she is a board-certified family nurse practitioner, she has post-graduate certificates in holistic nursing and Chinese medicine. Noreen was an emergency room nurse for over 25 years and it was that experience that inspired her to develop Omyst. In the ER, she often saw patients with super-infections requiring intravenous antibiotics – infections that were the result of minor cuts, bites, abrasions, burns and other skin ailments being treated, with products such as Bacitracin which can have the unintended effect of sealing in dangerous bacteria rather than killing them. In developing Omyst her not-so-humble goal was to create an herbal, earth-friendly product that would make over-the-counter products obsolete. Omyst is multi-purpose product and has delivered soothing relief to shingles, tattoo aftercare and post suture care. A wide range of testimonials can be found on omyst.com.
Omyst received a US patent on its healing herbal formula in March, 2102 and had to demonstrate its efficacy to do so. A Canadian patent is pending. Each bottle of Omyst contains one fluid ounce, enough for about 150 sprays.
Calendula is a plant in the daisy family, Asteraceae, which has anti-viral, anti-genotoxic and anti-inflammatory properties. It is used to topically treat acne, reduce inflammation, control bleeding, and sooth irritations. It is also often used in the culinary world, as the petals are edible!
Plantain is a fruit in the Musa genus, which also includes bananas. Plantains are an effective agent in keeping your skin healthy. They are able to treat ailments such as rashes, cuts, wounds, ulcerations, swelling, sprains, bruises, burns, eczema, poison ivy, mosquito bites, blisters, cracked lips, and even more.
Yarrow is a flowering plant also in the Asteraceae family with a history in the medical world. Yarrow is able to treat inflammations, such as hemorrhoids, headaches, and quicken the healing process of bruising. It also intensifies the medicinal effectiveness of other herbs taken with it, stops bleeding, and has been used for centuries as a pain reliever.
Wild Roses have been used medically for thousands of years. Wild Roses are a well-established treatment for inflammation of the skin and also used as an effective astringent.
You can connect with Omyst on their social media sites!
I received one or more of the products mentioned above for free using Tomoson.com. Regardless, I only recommend products or services I use personally and believe will be good for my readers.
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