Botanical Extracts

Botanical Extracts are powerful extracts from nature having their beginning from a living plant form. These extracts are created from thousands of varieties of plants and commonly fused with other compounds to create cosmetics, skin and hair products and more. These liquid botanical extracts are also used at home for cooking, creating non-toxic cleaning supplies and healing by applying it to body or ingesting it in food or drink. Botanical extracts are widely sought after for their aromatherapy purposes like their more complex sister the Essential Oil. Extracts are cold pressed, macerated or soaked in alcohol whereas essential oils are obtained through a distillation process which takes more plants to obtain a small amount of oil causing them to typically be more expensive than botanical extracts.

Caution: As with any natural supplement or extract, contact a qualified healthcare practitioner before using, especially if you are pregnant, nursing, or are taking medications.

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  • Botanical extracts from the Chamomile flower have been used for centuries. It's known for its calming, soothing effects to the nervous system. It can be ingested as tea or drops can be added to hair and lotion products to relieve irritated skin. Applying small amounts of chamomile oil to strands of hair or added to hair care products adds sheen, highlights and vibrancy to hair.
  • A popular home remedy to ward off colds is using extracts from Echinacea. This flower, classified as an herb, is mostly utilized for its root which contains polysaccharides that support immune function. The flower is also used for natural remedies for urinary tract infections, respiratory infections, illness recovery and pain. It's been used for centuries as a natural painkiller and has been added to drinks, throat lozenges, and rubbed directly into affected area.
  • The extract from Hot Cayenne Peppers is added to food or drink or ointment for its topical affects. This extract is used to increase blood circulation which naturally helps blood nourish the body and carry toxins out of the body. This nourishes muscles and is used in sports medicine to sooth pain from sore muscles and stiff joints. The extract can be added directly to spicy savory recipes, condiments and dips or sipped in hot lemon water or hot chocolate. For muscle pain and inflammation treatment, stir extract into a cream ointment for direct application.

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