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    Herbs Etc - Ivy Itch ReLeaf Professional Strength - 1 oz.

    Supports Healthy Skin & Soothes Plant Contact Irritations

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      Herbs Etc - Ivy Itch ReLeaf Professional Strength - 1 oz. (29.5 ml)

      Herbs Etc Ivy Itch ReLeaf Professional Strength Formula offers fast-acting, soothing aid of affected skin areas. Outdoor activities are a wonderful way to stay healthy. Unfortunately, plant contact may cause skin irritation in sensitive individuals. Ivy Itch ReLeaf Professional Strength Formula is useful for poison ivy, poison oak, poison sumac, stinging nettle and mullein skin irritations. Unlike creams or salves no rubbing is required with Ivy Itch ReLeaf Professional Strength Formula. Just spray Ivy Itch ReLeaf Professional Strength Formula on the affected area to experience immediate soothing relief! 

      A Must For Outdoor Activities:

      • Hiking
      • Camping
      • Off-road biking
      • Picnicking

      About Poison Oak and Poison Ivy
      Certain plants in the Toxicodendron (formerly Rhus) genus contain a potent resin called urushiol that, when it comes in contact with skin, can cause a severe allergic reaction in people who are sensitive to it—approximately 85% of the population, according to the American Academy of Dermatology. Plants in this group include Western poison oak (Toxicodendron diversilobum), Atlantic poison oak (T. pubescens), poison ivy (T. radicans), and poison sumac (T. vernix).

      Jewelweed (Impatiens capensis) is the most popular herbal treatment for poison oak/poison ivy dermatitis. It is widely believed that rubbing jewelweed on the exposed area within 15 minutes of exposure may prevent the rash by binding the resin. Custom advises crushing a few of the succulent leaves and stems and rubbing them on affected skin, or crushing and soaking the leaves in water and then bathing the area with the leaf-soaked water. However, most scientific studies have found jewelweed to be ineffective in treating poison oak/ivy dermatitis. Nevertheless, the efficacy of the plant continues to be supported by numerous testimonials and anecdotal reports, and is recommended in several classic botanical reference guides.

      Gumweed (Grindelia spp.) is another plant popularly used to treat poison oak/ivy dermatitis. It has a long history of use, including by Native Americans, and in early-20th-century pharmaceutical preparations. There are case reports of gumweed's efficacy for poison oak dermatitis, but no published, controlled clinical trials. Apply gumweed tincture directly to the rash. It may also be mixed into marigold (Calendula officinalis) cream and applied several times a day.

      Herbs Etc. Frequently Asked Questions
      What forms do herbal products come in?
      The most popular herbal products in America are capsules, softgels and tablets. Herbal teas, especially in teabags, account for a substantial amount of the herbs consumed in the United States. Herbs in liquid herbal extract form are also a popular way to ingest therapeutic herbal products. Finally, herbs are available in bulk form in some health and natural food stores.

      Which form of herbs offers the most therapeutic benefits?
      The therapeutic benefits achieved by using herbs depend on a variety of factors. For instance, does the herbal product contain all of the active constituents in ratios found in nature, or have the constituents been altered? Is the herbal product fresh? What is the shelf life of the herb? Has the herb been processed in such a way to ensure that it will be effective when you are ready to take the product? Does the product require you to digest the herbs in order to get all of the benefits from these herbs? Is it convenient to take? Is it affordable? Does the product address the problem that you are trying to solve? Of all the available forms of herbs, liquid herbal extracts best address all of these factors. This is the reason that American herbalists recommend this form of herbs the most.

      Is it better to choose herbal formulas instead of single herbs?
      To get the results you hope to achieve, it is important to choose the herbs that best address your specific health concerns. This web site lists both single herbal extracts and formulas, as both are effective healing agents.

      Can I take herbal extracts at the same time I am taking conventional drugs?
      In many instances taking herbs at the same time as conventional drugs will actually support and heal the body faster and more thoroughly. For example, taking immune stimulating herbs while a person is on antibiotics is recommended, because these herbs will strengthen the immune system and prevent relapses after the round of antibiotics is done. In other instances it is best not to take herbal extracts at the same time as conventional drugs. For example, I do not recommend taking antidepressant drugs and herbal antidepressants at the same time. Be aware that when herbs are combined with drugs, they can increase the action of the drugs. Consult a knowledgeable herbalist, a naturopath or primary care physician when combining any medications.

      Keeping You Healthy. Naturally.
      From Daniel Gagnon, Owner
      My name is Daniel Gagnon. I am the Medical Herbalist and Owner of Herbs, Etc. As a child and as a young adult, I suffered from eczema, asthma and allergies. My journey back to health is the driving force that motivates me to share the benefits of natural healing with other individuals. My number one goal is to develop effective herbal medicines that contain only natural and beneficial ingredients that have little or no side effects.

      Research and Development In Our Retail Store
      Herbs, Etc. operates a retail store in Santa Fe, New Mexico, selling bulk herbs, herbal remedies, vitamins, supplements and essential oils. The store's primary mission is to offer herbal medicine information and remedies to the Santa Fe community. It is also a research and development center. Many of Herbs, Etc.'s herbal medicines are created and tested here.

      The retail store offers over 250 varieties of bulk liquid herbal extracts. From these, products that are specific to clients' health needs are custom-formulated. For example, our best selling herbal throat spray was created while working with performers at the famed Santa Fe Opera. Singers would come to the store complaining of sore throats. Many formulations were tested, however, one formula was requested more often than all the others. This formulation became known as Singer's Saving Grace. Today, this product is available in four classic formulas (Extra Strength, Cool Mint, Honey Lemon and Serious Cinnamon) and 2 alcohol-free formulas (Professional Strength and Citrus & Honey).

      From The Field To The Plant
      Once a formulation has been tested and approved, the manufacturing process begins. At Herbs, Etc.'s certified organic manufacturing facility each herbal medicine product starts with fresh or dried whole herbs. The herbs we purchase are grown on family-owned, certified organic farms. They are grown throughout the United States in the climate and ecosystems in which they thrive.

      Herbs, Flowers, Leaves, Buds: When Fresh is Best
      Some herb parts, such as flowers, leaves and buds, must be processed while fresh (undried) to retain their full medicinal qualities. This critical step ensures that the essential oils and other fragile constituents are not lost, evaporated or destroyed in the drying process. Fresh herbs are picked from the field and shipped overnight in refrigerated containers. Herbs, Etc. receives them while fresh the very next morning. Once released from quality control, the herbs are immediately ground to break the cell walls, put in an alcohol/water solution and extracted while fresh and vibrant. This process allows the release of active constituents.

      Exclusive Kinetic Maceration
      Herbs, Etc. created an innovative, proprietary process called kinetic maceration. During this process, the alcohol, water and herbs are placed in a hermetically sealed container and tumbled non-stop for 12 hours. Analyses concluded that Herbs, Etc.'s kinetic maceration method yields 20-50% more active constituents than the maceration methods used by other herbal companies.

      Seeing is Believing
      At Herbs, Etc. we always purchase roots, barks and stems in their whole form. Whole herbs prevent falsification by providing our herb buyers with obvious distinguishable plant characteristics. It is next to impossible to visually guarantee the identity of an herb powder. On the other hand, a whole herb is instantly identifiable. Keeping herbs in their whole form before grinding them protects against loss of potency and the destruction of their active constituents.

      Herbs, Etc.'s Guarantee
      Every step Herbs, Etc. takes guarantees effective herbal medicine. More than 35 years of expertise as a leading manufacturer of high quality, potent liquid herbal extracts is your assurance. This is why every Herbs, Etc.'s herbal medicinal product is unconditionally guaranteed. As a medical herbalist since 1976, I have been an early proponent of the healing properties of herbs. I hope that this brochure helps you in your quest to make educated herbal supplement choices concerning your health and your well being.

      Suggested Use

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      Spray liberally on affected area(s) from three times a day up to every two hours.

      External Use Only.

      Discontinue use and consult with a doctor if condition persists, worsens or if infection occurs.


      Fresh flowering jewel weed herb, fresh grindelia flower, fresh plantain leaf, licorice root, Echinacea angustifolia root, grain alcohol (60% by volume), water, vegetable glycerin. The herbs are ground (cryogenically if dry) minutes prior to cold-process percolation/maceration to ensure potency.
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      Manufacturer Info

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      1340 Rufina Circle
      Santa Fe, NM,
      Phone: 888-694-3727 Fax: 505-984-9197 Visit website

      About Herbs Etc

      Herbs, Etc., america's premier manufacturer of liquid herbal medicines, has been widely recognized within the natural health industry for over 30 years. Both here and abroad, herbs, Etc. Is well known for its dedication to the highest standards of excellence. In the herbal medicine industry our reputation for quality and innovation is unequaled.

      *The products and the claims made about specific products on or through this site have not been evaluated by LuckyVitamin.com or the United States Food and Drug Administration and are not approved to diagnose, treat, cure or prevent disease. The information provided on this site is for informational purposes only and is not intended as a substitute for advice from your physician or other health care professional or any information contained on or in any product label or packaging. You should not use the information on this site for diagnosis or treatment of any health problem or for prescription of any medication or other treatment. You should consult with a health care professional before starting any diet, exercise or supplementation program, before taking any medication, or if you have or suspect you might have a health problem.

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