Hi Nicole! First, I just wanted to let you know, I purchased a few of your salves and had the pleasure to use the First Aid Salve on a cut on my foot. It’s a great product that helped at the time of the cut and then seemed to really aid in the healing. So, thank you for that! A coworker had a nasty cut on a finger that he went to an urgent care facility for, and it isn’t healing as nicely as he’d like, so I just gave him my salve to help it along. That’s the backstory, I wanted to say thanks and yep, I need some more for myself!
My questions are: What does the Anti-Fungal Salve do that the First Aid Salve can’t do? Next question is: does the Bug Bite/Sting Salve work better than the First Aid Salve on bug bites and bee stings and if so, why?
Thanks so much, I am a believer in the First Aid Salve!
Great to hear from you and thank you for your questions! I am so glad that the First Aid Salve has been working so well for you (and others!). I use it all the time myself.
The Anti-Fungal Salve is specifically for fungal infections like athlete’s foot, jock itch, etc. VERY different than the First Aid Salve which is easily my best-selling salve and commonly used for cuts and scrapes, rashes, first-degree burns, and has even been used successfully for diaper rash and dry, cracked lips and hands.
The First Aid Salve (like all of my salves) contains all organic or wild-harvested and non-GMO ingredients including
Yarrow, Arnica, Calendula, Plantain, Cottonwood Buds, Vitamin E, Lavender Essential Oil. The Anti-Fungal Salve contains Chaparral, Black Walnut Hulls, Calendula, Echinacea, Garlic, Tea Tree Oil, Rosemary Oil, Oregano Oil, and Vitamin E. Two different recipes for two different purposes.
Please note that Nicole does not diagnose or treat through this website, and her responses do not constitute medical advice but are based on her own personal experiences.