Thursday, January 26, 2012
Thursday, January 5, 2012
Not many people have heard of this plant, but while I was on a tour in another part of Alaska, our tour guide explained that this plant can be used in many way. You can take the stem and remove the bark, soaking the rest in boiling water and make a tea if you'd like, but I find that the salve works good enough for me. The Tlingit tribe has always used it, and our guide swore by it (he was a Tlingit). For the price you pay to get it shipped, it is most definitely worth it. I have had the smallest jar (1/3 oz.) for five months, and I have barely made a noticeable dent in it.
I will warn you that this product has not been tested by the FDA, but I use it for almost anything. If you have allergies to certain oils I would suggest e-mailing the store and ask them for the ingredient lists for the products you are buying. They will be more than happy to help you with your concerns. All products are natural and made for this store.
You will not find this product outside of Alaska. If you want to try it you will need to ship them in, but I promise you that you will be shipping them in for yourself and others for a long time once you use your first one.
Here's the link to the site for those of you who want to get this product: