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  1. Citronella - 30 ml.

    Citronella - 30 ml.

    $3.95

    Latin (botanical) Name: Cymbopogon winterianus

    Summarized Description: Citronella has a citrus-like, sweet, light, clean smell. Its consistency is light and thin.

    Medicinal Properties / Traditional (Ethnobotanical) Use: Used to treat fatigue, headaches, excessive perspiration, and oily skin. Like basil oil, will act as insect repellent. Learn More
  2. Amazon Salve with Aloe Vera Gel (102 g.)

    Amazon Salve with Aloe (102g) Formerly sold as Cansema

    $26.95

    Black Salve Remedies have been the calling card of Alpha Omega Labs since 1994. This product is designed for those who want a less aggressive escharotic -- trading reduced discomfort for additional applications spread out over a longer period.

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    To users in the U.S.: These statement has not been evaluated by the Food & Drug Administration. This product is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure or prevent any disease.

    CAUTION: There are counterfeiters of Cansema® who use our trademark, information, graphics -- even our testimonials, even though they are not connected to us; the formula is not the same; and the performance of their product is substandard to the genuine article! We list known counterfeiters on our Fake Program Compensation Program page. This Cansema® User Instructions page is currently being recommended by a company run by Jennifer Wilson / George Ackerson -- who are telling the public that they are us. Do not believe it. We do not and will not provide customer service for their products.
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  3. Licorice Root, tincture

    Licorice Root, tincture

    Starting at: $9.90

    Latin (botanical) name: Glycyrrhiza glabra

    Common names: Reglisse, Lacrisse, Sweet Licorice, Licorice Root, Sweet Wood, Sweet Root

    Plant Description: Found throughout North Dakota, wild Licorice grows from Minnesota west to Alberta and Washington and south to Texas and California at elevations up to 8,500 ft. A tall, erect perennial plant, it has light, gracefully-spreading pinnate foliage and dark green lanceolate leaflets that hang down at night. Each leaf bears 7-21 leaflets up to 1-1/2" long that have small scales when young. The scales soon change into sticky, resinous dots. The leaves of the Licorice plant are pinnate and grow up to 8" long. Licorice blooms from June to August, with long-stemmed spikes of numerous bluish-purple to white papillonaceous flowers grouped into spikes about 2-3 inches long. These are followed by small leguminous, smooth-skinned seeds enclosed in dark brown pods with cocklebur-type prickles. The long, tough taproots of the Licorice plant are brown, and cylindrical. These plants are hairless. They may grow 3 feet tall in southern states, but plants in North Dakota are usually half that. Learn More
  4. Arnica Flower, tincture

    Arnica Flower, tincture

    Starting at: $13.90

    Latin (botanical) name: Arnica Montana

    Common names: Arnica Flowers, Arnica Root, Common Arnica, Mountain Tobacco, Leopard's Bane, Wolf's Bane, Sneezewort

    Plant Description: Arnica is a perennial that is most commonly found in the mountainous regions of Canada, the northern United States and Europe. In some parts of Europe, it is protected. Arnica blooms in July and produces a bright yellow daisy-like flower. Its stalk sometimes grows as tall as 2 feet high, and its leaves form the shape of a flat rosette. Each plant may have as many as nine blooms. The bloom of this plant has been used for hundreds of years in alternative medicine, and is still very popular in Germany where it is used in more than 100 drug preparations.
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  5. Black Walnut Hulls (Green stage), tincture

    Black Walnut Hulls (Green stage), tincture

    Starting at: $9.15

    Latin (botanical) name: Juglans nigra

    Common names: Carya, Jupiter's Nuts

    Plant Description: While the Black Walnut is not native to North America, it is still found in the wooded areas of the United States. It is thought to have originated in Persia. It has been documented that the Black Walnut tree can live in excess of 300 years and reaches a height of 60 feet with a circumference of 23 feet. The tops of the tree spread wide in relation the enormous stem. This tree bears the fruit of both sexes and begins to bud in the early spring even before its leaves sprout. The calyx of the male flower may have five or six scales which surround as many as thirty-six stamens while the female flower envelopes only the ovary which contains two or three fleshy stigmas.
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  6. Elderberry, tincture

    Elderberry, tincture

    Starting at: $9.15

    Latin (botanical) name: Sambucus nigra

    Common names: Black Elder, Black-Berried Elder, Pipe Tree, Common Elder, Bore Tree, Boor Tree, Ellhorn, Ellanwood

    Plant Description: The Elder is common throughout most of Europe. It grows in hedgerows and woods throughout northern temperate regions, generally in moist, shady places and among underbrush. It is a shrubby tree, 10-30 feet high. The bark is light brown near the bottom of the stem, grayish higher up, and stippled with warts. The leaves are opposite and odd-pinnate, while the leaflets ovate, acuminate, finely serrated and dark green. In June and July, Black Elder grows cymes of white to yellow flowers which develop into berries that turn from green to red-brown to shiny black. Learn More
  7. Calcium Sulfate Concentrate (8fl.oz. solution) Formerly sold as H3O

    Calcium Sulfate Concentrate (8fl.oz. solution) Formerly sold as H3O

    $9.95

    Calcium Sulfate Concentrate TM (Makes 8 Gal. @ pH 2.35 reconstituted w/distilled water)

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  8. Amazon Salve Deep Tissue (22g) Formerly sold as Cansema

    Amazon Salve Deep Tissue (22g) Formerly sold as Cansema

    $24.95

    Black Salve Remedies have been the calling card of Alpha Omega Labs since 1994. The functional difference between "Deep Tissue" and the Original Formula is the addition of DMSO (15%) which acts to provide optimal skin penetration. Users should note that there may some skin discomfort.

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    To users in the U.S.: These statement has not been evaluated by the Food & Drug Administration. This product is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure or prevent any disease.

    CAUTION: There are counterfeiters of Cansema® who use our trademark, information, graphics -- even our testimonials, even though they are not connected to us; the formula is not the same; and the performance of their product is substandard to the genuine article! We list known counterfeiters on our Fake Program Compensation Program page. This Cansema® User Instructions page is currently being recommended by a company run by Jennifer Wilson / George Ackerson -- who are telling the public that they are us. Do not believe it. We do not and will not provide customer service for their products.
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  9. Amazon Salve for Cats, Dogs & Horses (102g) Formerly sold as Cansema

    Amazon Salve for Cats, Dogs & Horses (102g) Formerly sold as Cansema

    $59.95

    Black Salve Remedies have been the calling card of Alpha Omega Labs since 1994. This product is similar to Amazon Salve Deep Tissue, but is further enhanced for veterinary use with the additional of emu oil.

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    To users in the U.S.: These statement has not been evaluated by the Food & Drug Administration. This product is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure or prevent any disease.

    CAUTION: There are counterfeiters of Cansema® who use our trademark, information, graphics -- even our testimonials, even though they are not connected to us; the formula is not the same; and the performance of their product is substandard to the genuine article! We list known counterfeiters on our Fake Program Compensation Program page. This Cansema® User Instructions page is currently being recommended by a company run by Jennifer Wilson / George Ackerson -- who are telling the public that they are us. Do not believe it. We do not and will not provide customer service for their products.
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  10. Sangre de Drago - 1 oz.

    Sangre de Drago - 1fl.oz.

    $5.95

    Sangre de Drago -- or Dragon's Blood (Euphorbiaceae croton lechleri L.)

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