Trauma Oil

Our trauma oil is a powerhouse blend of 3 herbally-infused oils: St. John’s Wort, Calendula, and Arnica. All three infusions have been lovingly created using fresh flowers (either wildcrafted or organically grown) and organic, virgin, first-pressed olive oil. The result is an oil that has incredible anti-inflammatory and pain-relieving properties. It is fabulous for treating both acute and chronic pain.

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Benefits and uses

Trauma oil makes the ultimate injury blends. It reduces pain, relieves swelling, and promotes healing of muscles, tendons, and ligaments. It’s also useful for healing bruises and relieving muscle spasms, arthritis, and nerve pain such as sciatica. Trauma oil soothes sore, achy muscles and makes super-charged massage oil. Useful in blends for alleviating headaches!

Our trauma oil’s aroma is mild and subtle, making it wonderful for adding your favorite essential oils. We truly love this oil and use it both by itself and in many of our recipes. We think trauma oil is a must-have to keep on hand in your home. It’s even a great idea to always take some with you when you travel!

To see how we craft our gorgeous trauma oil, check out our trauma oil harvest page!

Botanical Family
  • Asteraceae
  • Hypericaceae
Extraction Methods
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  • Flowers
Extraction Date
February 2019

Schempp CM, Ludtke R. Winghofer B et al. Effect of topical application of Hypericum perforatum extra (St John's Wort) on skin sensitivity to solar simylated radiation. Photodermatol Photoimmunol Photomed. 2000; 16 (3): 125-8.

Shelf Life

2 years

Safety & Warnings

Safety: Hypericin (in St. John's Wort) has been associated with photosensitivity when taken orally but there haven't been any studies that suggest there might be a photosensitivity reaction when used on the skin. Schempp warns that there could be increased photosensitizing properties when applied to lesional skin and in fair-skinned individuals after extended time in the sun. 

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