• olive oil • shea butter • beeswax • infused st john’s wort, organic comfrey, & calendula • cinnamon leaf & clove essential oils • vitamin e oil
scratch & dent salve
it’s a first aid kit in a jar • good for scrapes & bruises, small burns, cuts, & other minor damage • (please don’t use it on anything too serious) • perfect for hiking, rock climbing, gardening • Black Friday sales, roller derby, & anywhere else you’re likely to get bunged up
healing, antiseptic, antiviral & painkilling herbs & oils • infused into olive oil & shea butter & beeswax & vitamin e oil • pretty simple huh • yes roller derby, that’s where i got the testimonial
apparently it also makes a very good bodhran conditioner • i say ‘apparently’ because i do not play bodhran • but that’s what Jasper says • so give it a try?
(if you’re after more than this • the bigger one’s)
handmade • natural • crap free • guaranteed
there's this much:
• 2 oz • 59 mL
warnings & disclaimers:
if you want to find out if anything in this interacts with your meds • webmd.com has a good drug interaction lookup thing • please use it! • also, google is your friend!
allergic reactions to my stuff are rare • but it’s your job to remember your allergies & sensitivities • the information presented on this website is not meant to diagnose or treat any medical condition • nor to replace the advice or care of a qualified health professional
This stuff is fantastic. I waited to review until I was nicely scratched and dented, and let me say, the salve really works. The smell is mild but nice, and it doesn’t sting as it goes on.
It’s also a lot less gooey than most salves. It even worked on some medium-sized foot wounds. Awesome.
— AcerRubrum on Etsy
After trying this stuff on my hands and looking the ingredients over again in shock at how good it is, I used a tiny bit on my bodhran. Far better than the brand-name oils — it’s skin on the drum, after all. Best treat it as such.
Just to let your customers know, Mary swears by your scratch and dent and bite sting and rash salves. They were field tested at both a 2 week archeological dig with Center for American Archeology and JCLC, an Army training camp for high school students. She has informed me that she is going to need refills on both for her college room first aid kit.