It's a Miracle

I am a fan of many different types of natural remedies. I’ve always been drawn to the idea of letting the wonders of nature take their course and help in healing. So when I had the opportunity to learn about the wonders of salves and the infusion process, I jumped on the chance!.

Salves offer different healing properties, depending on that they are infused with. Some salves are meant to draw out heat, or foreign objects, some salves are meant to moisturize and condition and some are meant to enable the body’s natural ability to heal and boost that process.

When I was learning about salves, I started to have a conversation in my head, which honestly has been some of the best and only conversation I have of late. I thought to myself a long time ago, I wish we could take the properties of Pretty Plume tea and offer it in a cream, lotion or something else. We recommend not only offering your companion bird to ingest the tea orally, but we recommend you dilute it and use it as a spray topically, so, your bird is getting the 1-2 punch of benefits. Needless to say, the light bulb clicked on and Miracle Skin Salve was born.

Miracle Skin Salve is an infused coconut oil with the wonders of Calendula, Chamomile, cucumbers, Dandelion Leaf and Root and Lemon Grass. All amazing elements that not only nourish and moisturize, but help with healing. This is a power packed infusion that smells amazing (kind of like a chamomile cookie) but “a little dab will do ya”.

We have one friend who wanted something to use on a slowly healing cut on her horse. Within two days she saw a dramatic difference in the progression of healing, and has now recommended Miracle Skin Salve to her entire horse club. We have another friend who used it on her dog’s hot-spot and it helped make it disappear.

Personally, I use it on my crow’s feet, because as I tell my friends, aging is coming at me with both barrels. I am grateful for the opportunity and privilege of growing old, I just don’t want to look older than I am. Wait, where was I….? Oh yes, crow’s feet. My crow’s feet have stopped dead in their tracks and I am seeing a drastic change, with simply applying it before bed, nightly.

I also apply it to our African Grey’s, Dexter and Cleo’s feet and beaks. Keeping their little feet moisturized is key and it has made all the difference. I remember owning birds in a dry climate and I wish I had something I could use on their feet. Well, now there is and it has beneficial ingredients in it too! Win-Win in our book.

I like to scream from the mountain tops when I find a product that truly makes a difference in the lives of our pets, and this one happens to be one of our own. Try it, you won’t regret it.

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