Common Name: Dandelion
Botanical Name: Taraxacum officinale
Ingredients: Fresh Wild Montana Dandelion Flowers, Organic Cold Pressed Olive Oil, Wild Montana Sagebrush, Therapeutic Grade Geranium E.O.
Volume: 2 oz reusable glass bottle/treatment pump top for easy application.
Directions: Apply as face oil, body oil, or bath oil. Commonly used as breast massage oil to help move the lymph.
Wild Harvested: I ethically hand picked dandelion flowers from my chemical free land.
Shelf life is 1 year, keep in a cool dark place.
HEALTH BENEFITS OF DANDELION BODY OIL-
Dandelion Flower Body Oil feels and smells luxurious. A customer told me it makes her legs a silky dream!
Dandelion oil is good for moving stagnant energy.
The bright yellow dandelion flowers are full of antioxidants, polyphenols, and flavonoids.
The oil is anti-inflammatory and soothes swollen bug bites, rashes, and skin irritations.
It's moisturizing for dry, chapped areas.
It's deeply relaxing to the nervous system when used in a massage.
It's know to relieve tension in the back, neck, breast, sore muscles, and joints.
When applied it helps to move your lymph which aids in detox.
Traditionally dandelions body oil is used in breast massage. Our breast don't get enough attention and if you use this oil right after a shower for a breast massage it will help move your lymph and build your immune system. Our breast are directly related to our lymphatic system and massage helps circulate lymph fluid throughout the body. The lymphatic system doesn't work on its own it needs our help to move. Research says that dandelion flower oil applied to the breast helps to soften fibroids and cysts and increase breast milk in breastfeeding mamas. Massage breast a couple of times per week.
This wild crafted body oil reminds me of nature in a bottle. It truly feels like you're connecting with the earth when you apply it to your skin.
If you didn't get a chance to harvest dandelion this spring - I made this dandelion flower body oil for you. On a bright sunny day my son and I mindfully foraged the wild Montana dandelions from non-sprayed forest and our yard. I infused them in the high quality organic, first cold pressed olive oil. I added some wild Montana sage to the infusion for its antibacterial properties and the divine smell of wild sage.