|Price per item:||$9.00|
|Location:||Arizona, United States|
|Our Store:||La Yerberia Herbals|
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Creosote goes by so many names because it has been utilized by every group of people that's lived with it. The Tohono O'odam call it Shegoi. Western Herbalists call it Chaparral, Greasewood, and Larrea tridentata. In Spanish it is La Hediondilla (the little stinker) and La Gobernadora (the governess) because of how the plant rules over large expanses of the harshest desert.
When it rains, the aroma of Creosote fills the desert air. One whiff of the salve and desert-dwellers exclaim, "mmm, smells like rain!"
Sun-damaged skin is where Creosote is traditionally used. Rough scaly patches, sun freckles, skin tags, funky moles -- wound-healing and scaly eczema too.
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