Yerba Mansa (anemopsis californica), also called ‘lizard tail’ and grows in wet alkaline soil below 6,000 feet. Used extensively by the Native People of the southwest and Meso-America, it has a wide variety of healing benefits. The root is often used topically, when made as a tea, to treat injuries and sores on horses and dogs in Mexico. Traditional internal uses of tea or extract of the root, include its functions as an anti-fungal, anti-septic and skin regenerative. Its action includes use in healing mouth sores and gum problems. Native people used as a poultice for boils, burns and flesh wounds and as a topical anti-inflammatory in joint pain.
Ingredients: Yerba mansa in a tincture of 50% distilled water, 30% organic pure can alcohol and 20% organic vegetable glycerin