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Dr Sebi Eva Salve Ingredients (and Other Information)

Eva Salve – Product Description

Nourishes and tones the skin. High in calcium, fluorine and potassium phosphate. Vital to healthy skin rejuvenation.

Main Ingredients
Shea Butter (Vitellaria paradoxa)
Nopal (Opuntia cacti)
Lily of the Valley (Convallaria majalis)
Olive Oil (Olea europaea)
Arnica (Arnica montana)
Sage (Salvia officinalis)
Eucalyptus (Eucalyptus sp.)
Manzo (Anemopsis californica)

Dosage: Apply to skin twice daily

How These Ingredients Work on Your Skin

Shea Butter – Possesses potent anti-inflammatory and antioxidant properties. Shea butter soothes many skin conditions, such as sunburn, acts as an emollient and skin moisturizer and also has anti-aging properties.

Nopal – Antioxidant, prevent signs of scarring in skin tissue, moisturise the skin, helps to protect skin from eczema and dermat and nourishes the skin.

Lily of the Valley – A cardiac tonic, acting like digitalis (but without its cumulative effect), slows the action of the heart, and increases the tone of its contraction; powerfully diuretic, and one of our best remedies for dropsy with faulty heart. It is antiscorbutic, antiseptic, anti-syphilitic, resolvent, discutient, laxative, solvent of corns, hard growths, etc. dissolves the blood clot. poisoned wounds, ulcers, cancers (softens hard cancers); purulent ophthalmia, inflammatory skin disease and loss of memory. It posses iron chloride, which clears up all kinds of growths, varicose ulcers and veins, tumours, lupoid ulcers, cancers, ulcerated gums, gangrene, and hemorrhages.

Olive Oil – Externally, it has been used for psoriasis, eczema, sunburn, mild burns, and rheumatism. It is used as a lubricant for constipation and dry skin conditions. Olive oil is an emollient, demulcent, laxative, bilegenesic (bile former), and Chylegenesic (Chyle former), a solvent of Cholesterin (the chief constituent of gall-stones), and a powerful Peristaltic.

Arnica – External folk medicine uses include consequences of injury such as traumatic edema, hematoma, contusions, as well as rheumatic muscle and joint problems. Inflammation of the skin. Arnica preparations also show analgesic and antiseptic activity.

Sage – Sage has antibacterial, fungistatic, virostatic, astringent, secretolytic, and perspiration-inhibiting effects. It is also used for skin inflammation and excessive perspiration.

Eucalyptus – It has been shown to be secretolytic, expectorant, weakly antispasmodic, deodorising and cooling. It is used externally for catarrh of the respiratory tract and rheumatic complaints. In folk medicine, the oil is used for asthma, coughs, diseases of the frontal sinuses, fever, flu, gastric complaints, hoarseness, incipient scarlet fever and measles, worm infestation and as an intestinal antiseptic.

Manzo (Yerba del Mazo / Yerba del Manso / Yerba Mansa) – It is anti-inflammatory, broadly anti-microbial, astringent, anti-catarrhal, and is tonifying to the mucous membranes. It cleanses stagnation waters and toxins. It is antiseptic aromatic, and a warming stimulant.

Old formula:
Main Ingredients
– Sage
– Shea Butter
– Lirio
– Lavender
– Nopal
– Olive Oil

Reference(s)

PDR for Herbal Medicines (2000), Joerg Gruenwald, PhD etal
Advancedcourse in Herbology Dr. Edward Shook Copyright 1974 by George Cervilla
Bartram’s Encyclopedia of Herbal Medicine (1995), Thomas Bartram
Yerba del Manso https://albuquerqueherbalism.com/tag/yerba-del-manso/
Benefits of Nopal Cactus https://www.puristry.com/blogs/the-routine/benefits-of-nopal-cactus
https://www.medicalnewstoday.com/articles/320293.php

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