ARTEMIS Nerve & Skin Rescue Oil (0.68 fl. oz./20mL)

ARTEMIS Nerve and Skin Rescue Oil (0.68 fl. oz./20mL)

$16.71 NZD
Artemis Nerve & Skin Rescue Oil (previously known as St John’s Wort Oil) is an oil for just about everything relating to skin, nerve and viral issues.

Nerve & Skin Rescue Oil Benefits:

  • Made from St John’s Wort – one of the most researched and prescribed medicinal plants which has been harvested in the foothills of the mighty Southern Alps
  • Helps treat mild burns, sunburn, superficial wounds and scars
  • Helps relieve symptoms of nerve problems and pain related to neuralgia, sciatica and restless legs
  • Has anti-viral properties to help with herpes, cold sores and shingles

Ingredients:

Fresh flower heads of wild alpine St John's Wort, macerated in certified organic extra virgin olive oil & cold pressed. Free of colors, preservatives, artificial fragrances or mineral oils. GE free.

St. John’s Wort (Hypericum perforatum oleum):   Dubbed “the Arnica of the Nerves” it is proven to soothe nerve pain as well as have anti-inflammatory, anti-bacterial and wound healing properties.  It is clinically used for nerve inflammation, shingles, herpes lesions, sciatica and for numbness after surgery. A first aid for burns (including sunburn), it helps regenerate skin and can be applied after radiotherapy treatments to aid recovery.  Due to its tissue regenerating actions, it significantly reduces the appearance of scars and repairs damaged and aging skin.

Directions:

Apply a thin layer to specific area 2-3 times daily. In acute situations apply more frequently.

Suitable for adults, pregnant or breastfeeding women, children and babies. 

Cautions:

  • Use as directed. If symptoms persist see your health professional
  • No drug-herb interactions documented at the recommended dosage 
  • Check ingredients for any known allergies 
  • Discontinue use if irritation occurs 
  • No restriction on long term use

Storage:

Keep out of direct sunlight and in a cool place. Do not refrigerate. Sedimentation may occur and does not affect the quality of the oil. When stored in a very cool place it can granulate, this is a known phenomenon that is due to the properties of olive oil. The oil will become liquid again once exposed to room temperatures.