Hemp & Tea Tree Balm

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$13.00$25.00

Tea Tree is a marvellous native Australian antibacterial, antiviral, antifungal plant. May help with:

  • Cuts, scratches & open wounds
  • Insect bites & rashes
  • Hemp for inflammation, pain, spasms

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This is an old recipe I found again recently, one of the very first balms I made many years ago without hemp, I have now re-developed it enhanced with hemp as the base and all the goodness of Tea Tree and Lemon Myrtle.

Mac’s hemp balms are made with beeswax, infused hemp oil & essential oils.

  • All natural ingredients
  • Hand made locally
  • Organically grown hemp from Nimbin, NSW

Tea Tree (Melaleuca Alternifolia) 100% essential oil is antibacterial, antiviral, antifungal… a truly a marvellous native Australian plant.
Grown on the original tea tree plantation near Lismore, NSW, Australia, we buy it locally from this spray free plantation.

Hemp has historically been used for arthritis, pain relief, muscle spasms, inflammation & helps relax the body.

Lemon myrtle essential oil is also added, grown organically near Nimbin.

Ingredients

  • Hemp infused in Almond Oil
  • Beeswax
  • Shea Butter
  • Turmeric, white (zedoaria)
  • Essential Oils of Tea Tree, Lemon Myrtle

How to use

The balms can be applied as often as you remember to put it on, 3 x a day is good if you want fast results.

Apply liberally and let it soak in.

Storage

The hemp oils & balms can be stored at room temperature for a year at least,  out of direct sunlight.

For longer storage you may keep them in the fridge.

1 review for Hemp & Tea Tree Balm

  1. Joy Turnbull (verified owner)

    Oh wow! This is so good. My carer has been applying to my feet and especially between the toes. No more itchy feet and relief also for pressure areas.

    • Mac McGauley

      Interesting it helps with your itching feet, thanks for sharing

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