Relief Balm


Pacifying and healing for inflammation, joint and muscle pain, skin irritation, sun damage, eczema, and psoriasis – can be used on the body and face. Young adults have found this balm very effective in treating acne and general outbreaks. Mothers have found it extremely beneficial for stings, bites, sunburn, and nappy rash. 

All plants used in our extracts are cultivated and extracted on our chemical-free farm using the principals of permaculture, biodiversity, and the beneficial elements of the naturally occurring environment.


All plants used in this formulation are grown on The Oaklands farm and extracted without the use of chemicals. Growing methods are inspired by the principals of permaculture and Korean natural farming, honouring biodiversity and the beneficial elements of the natural environment to enhance the medicinal values of the plants.

Use | Tips

This product can be applied whenever needed day or night it can also be used by children and young adults.


The Relief Balm is a specially formulated natural cream containing a Comfrey and Coconut Oil extract, Dimethyl Sulfoxide (DMSO), Arnica, Essential Oils, and Cannabis oil.


Store in a cool, dry, dark place.


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