MFBotanicals

full spectrum Cannabis-Infused Balms & Oils

Ingredients

Grapeseed Oil

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High in omega chain fatty acids and vitamin E, grapeseed oil can be used to improve skin's elasticity and softness. 

Beeswax

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Our Oregon-sourced beeswax comes from GloryBee. Known as a humectant, beeswax naturally reduced dryness by binding water molecules to the skin. Beeswax is also an excellent source of vitamin A. 


coconut oil

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Especially high in lauric acid, coconut oil is known for its hydrating, antimicrobial, and antibacterial properties. 

Frankincense

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Frankincense is made by steam distilling the resin from a tree in the Boswellia genus. The frankinscene oil we use is from a specific species only found in India called Boswellia Settata. This particular species is known to produce special compounds that contain strong anti-inflammatory and astringent qualities. 

Myrrh

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Used as a topical, myrrh essential oil is said to reduce inflammation, stimulate the immune system, alleviate pain, and promote wound healing. 

Clove

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High in a chemical called Eugenol, clove bud oil offers pain relief and has been used to treat a variety of ailments for centuries. 

ANGELICA

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  This "oil of angels" supports wellness and vitality. It stimulates circulation and aids in relief from internal cramps.  

Peppermint

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Applied topically, peppermint oil behaves as an analgesic. Historically, it has been used for tension headaches, muscle aches, and joint pain. 

Cinnamon

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This aromatic essential oil is highly versatile. It's main component is Cinnamaldehydge, which has powerful antifungal and antibacterial properties. 

Fennel

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Better known for it licorice-like flavor and scent, fennel also is known to aid in alleviating muscle spasms and accelerate wound healing. 

TEA TREE

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Tea tree oil is found in a lot of skincare products due to its antibacterial properties. This oil is used to treat acne, fungal infections, and insect bites. 


Turmeric

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This powerful root has a lengthy history as a spice, coloring agent, and medicine in India. The most well known medicinal properties are as a powerful anti-inflammatory and antioxidant. 

Menthol Cyrstals

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Applied topically, menthol crystals cool the skin while calming any itching and burning sensations. 

Cannabis

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We only infuse full-spectrum cannabis extract into our products due to the healing properties found within the entire spectrum of cannabis. Applied externally, cannabis extract is a powerful anti-inflammatory and pain reliever. 

Comfrey

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Known by herbalists as "boneset" and "knitbone", comfrey has been used to promote the repair of broken bones for centuries.

DRAGON'S BLOOD

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  This bright red resin is extracted from trees in South America by making diagonal cuts along the tree and allowing the sap to seep out and harden. After the "bleeding", the sap hardens into teardrop-shaped resin. It is rich in protective antioxidant phenols and anti-inflammatory compounds. Known as "Sangre de Drago", indigenous people used this resin as the primary topical aid for cuts, bites, burns, stings, and wounds.   

Cayenne

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Substance P is a neurotransmitter that relays pain to the nervous system and results in the pain we feel. Capsaicin, a major constituent of cayenne peppers, blocks substance P and therefore reduces pain. Capsaicin also contains other properties aiding relief from arthritis, cramps, and muscle tension. 

Dandelion

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The root of the dandelion is rich in the carbohydrate inulin. Inulin is a pre-biotic that, when applied topically, enriches your skin's microbiome. 

NETTLE

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   Be careful not to get stung! This perennial is known to have antioxidant, antimicrobial, astringent, and analgesic capabilities.  

Arnica

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Arnica is topically applied for pain and swelling associated with bruises, aches, and arthritis. 

Calendula

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Calendula flower is used to calm muscle spasms and reduce inflammation. 


Comfrey

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We like to use the whole plant in our formulations, from the root to the leaves. Comfrey has been used to promote the repair of broken bones and is said to be an anti-inflammatory.