Delicious & medicinal oxymel goodness!
This is the complete set of all of the current oxymels offered at B'samim Apothecary.
This trio contains a total of 3 medicines: Nettle Oxymel, Rose Oxymel and Rising Sun Oxymel. You have the option of having all three in 1 ounce bottles, or, 2 ounce bottles.
Provides strength, vitality, minerals + nutrients to the entire body. Cleanses the blood from unwanted toxins, clears skin and replenishes your energy reservoirs. Restoring + stabilizing. Powerful allergy Aid. Well-rounded + powerful tonic to take daily.
Ingredients: fresh nettles, honey, apple cider vinegar.
RISING SUN OXYMEL:
- ️High in antioxidants & vitamin C; Energizing, enlivening - think glass of fresh orange juice in the morning️
- Clears & soothes respiratory system ️
- Protects your sinuses & air-passageways from unwanted infections ️
- Supports fatigue, heaviness, & brings more OOMPH to your life️
- Protects your energetic body, sovereignty & immunity️
- Mild calming effects from Hyssop - I kept the amount of Hyssop lower in this blend to create a more uplifting formula️
- Can support in preventing colds, flus, & coughs, as well as other seasonal ailments, and can also be taken at the first signs of a cold/cough/flu.
A delicious and powerful Rose/Al-warda infused honey & vinegar medicine!
Roses are a well-rounded herbal medicine, supporting and uplifting various parts of the body/mind/soul.
This oxymel* can support:
- Heart, nervous & digestive systems
- Deep sadness & grief
- Menstrual cramps
Roses can gift us with the ability to touch the wellspring of infinite love, while also reminding us to honor our boundaries.
Roses can provide ease & levity to the healing process for folks who have survived or inherited trauma.
I think of folks who tend to carry the load of ancestral or collective grief who need a sacred & tender-loving embrace.
Roses can open the heart to more intimacy with yourself & others, or relieve/mend a broken heart.
Roses can gently elevate the mood for folks who experience depression or deep sadness.