Sundance

Sun Dance

Shawnee Moon Sun Dance Skin Ungent [Ointment] is our most popular ointment and is useful for cuts, burns, scrapes, scratches, & itches. Has been found effective against serious or stubborn wounds. Listed here are some of our client’s experiences with this product. Please read on below the testimonials to learn more about the herbs contained in this formula to better understand why this Fortner Original ointment is so effective.

What folks are saying about Shawnee Moon Sun Dance ointment!

“I cut my knee on the coral reef, while snorkeling in Hawaii. I used the Sundance ointment on the cut but the band-aid only covered part of the cut. The next morning I woke-up to find the portion covered with the ointment was nearly healed closed. The part without the ointment was red and swollen. Now I always travel with the Sundance or Kid Stuff ointment. Don’t leave home without it.” -Terri F., Missouri

 

“…Sun Dance Skin Unguent has been my first resort in many situations because it quickly heals serious cuts and abrasions without infection or discomfort.” -Steve W.

 

“I have been purchasing from Shawnee since 2005 and I love everything she makes. The sun dance for any owie, cuts scrapes, bruise…” -Acaysha D., Arizona

 

“My name is Larry and I live in S. Fla. I would like to tell you about a very positive experince I rencently had concerning a basal cell carcinoma I had cut ot of the side of my nose. It was over 7 mm. diameter. The depth was 2/3 the thickness of the nasal wall from the outside to the inside of my nose. After it was cut out……it took two tries to remove it all…..I was given two options by the dermetologist/surgeon. She would either make three equally spaced cuts from 1/2″ to 1″ long toward the edge of the hole and stitch up the three flaps. This was guaranteed to leave a scar similar to a cross section of a broadhead arrow. I’m not real vain about my looks, as Hollywood doesn’t even have my phone number, but I still opted for her second option. The second idea was to keep a bandage over it for a 6 week healing period. I told her not to worry about any antiseptic as I was sure I had a jar of the magical cure at home. I packed the open hole twice a day with Sundance unguent. I saw her one week later. It was progressing beyond her highest expectation and the hole had closed to half the size. She nearly freaked but would not admit any “non-conventional” medicine could possible heal something so crucial.. When I saw her in another week it was healed and closed to within a spot the size of a pencil lead. You could barely see there was ever a hole there. It took two weeks total using Victoria’s Sundance unguent when i was told by a highly respected dermetologist it would be 6 weeks. I guess it just goes to show you can’t believe everything you hear.” -Larry W., Florida

 

Comfrey leaf – symphytum officinale – Most famed for its healing abilities. Positively effecting the tissue and bone is the constituent allantoin, a cell-proliferant that promotes the growth of connective tissue, bone and cartilage, it is easily absorbed through the skin. Also breaks down red blood vessels, making it an ideal choice for bruises. No longer legal to administer internally. The valuable healing properties of this herb are used in different kinds of topical applications. Fomentation wrung out of the strong, hot, tea applied to bruises, swellings, sprains, fractures, boils – reduces swelling and pain. Poultice of fresh leaves or ointment for ruptures, sore breasts, fresh wounds, ulcers, white swellings, burns, bruises and sores. Comfrey is; demulcent, astringent, pectoral, vulnerary, mucilaginous, styptic, nutritive, analgesic, emollient, hemostatic, and refrigerant.

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Red clover flower – Trifolium pratense
Effective as a healing angent for old wounds and ulcers, syphilis, cancerous growths, skin inflammation. It is helpful for bronchial troubles, wooping cough, spasms, and soothing to the nerves. As a phytoestrogen, it is helpful with menopausal symptoms. It is also; anti-angiogenic, tonic, anti-cancer, anti-tumor, antioxidant, alterative, nervine

Echinacea root – Echinacea purpurea, E.angustafolia, E. pallida
Useful in all chronic and acute bacterial infections and agains some viral conditions. Often used in blood poisoning, gangrene, syphilis and gonorrhea. Also suggested for all venomous bites and reactions to poison oak and ivy. Alterative, antibacterial, antiviral, analgesic, digestive, tonic, antiseptic, depurative, febrifuge, sialagogue, diaphoretic

Chaparral leaf – Larrea tridentata
Also known as ‘stink weed’, ‘grease wood’ or ‘creosote bush’, this metallic tasting smelling plant is highly beneficial for all sorts of conditions. Topically it is used as an antiseptic to relieve itching, ecxema and scabies, dandruf and warts. Considered one of the best herbs for healing wounds. As one of the best herbal antibiotics it is taken internally for colds, flues, inflammations of the respiratory and intestinal tracts, for diarrhea and urinary tract infections. Generally useufl against bacteria, viruses and parasites. It has been approved by the USDA to be used as a preservative in lard and animal shortenings (because of the NDGA content). Considered: antiviral, antibacterial, anti-fungal, anti-tumor, anti-inflammatory, contains NDGA [nordihydroguaiaretic acid; which kills bacteria and other micro-organisms that make oils and fats go rancid], immuno-stimulant,

Chickweed herb

Chickweed aerial – Stellaria media
This early spring green is used externally for boils, abscesses, sores, cuts, wounds, itching, eczema and psoriasis. Internally it is suggested for, blood toxicity, fevers, inflammation, reduceing excess fat, rheumatism, bronchitis, and tonic for malnourished children. Also stated to be; Alterative, astringent, anti-rheumatic, carminative, demulcent, emollient, expectorant, laxative, refrigerant, mucilaginous, pectoral, discutient

Golden seal aerial – Hydrastis canadensis
Topically, this renown herb is useful for skin irritations caused by fungus and bacteria and sooths inflamed mucus membrants. Useful against conditions such as; canker sores, acne, skin rashes, breast tumors, wounds, eye infections, yeast infections, and athlete’s foot. It is an herb that stimulates macrophage activity [the immune system cells that fight infection]. Laxative, tonic, alterative, antipyretic, antibacterial, detergent, ophthalmicum, antiperiodic, mild laxative, diuretic, antiseptic, deobstruent

Slippery elm bark – Ulmus rubra
This mucilaginus inner bark is useful topically for abcesses, sores, wounds, gangrene, burns, tumors and infections. Externally it is soothing to all the mucus membranes and highly nutritive. It is used against constipation, diarrhea, inflamed lubgs, coughs and brochitis. It is; Demulcent, anti-tussive, nutrient, expectorant, emollient, antiseptic

Myrrh resin – Commiphora myrrha
This tree sap [also called gum] is collected from ‘wounds’ in the trees. The sap ‘bleeds’ out and coagulates quickly, forming large hard resins that are then powdered and used in different preparations. It is useful topically against athlete’s foot, ringworm, weeping eczema, bedsores, boils, carbuncles, and acne. Orally it is used for sores in the mouth and throat, sore teeth and ums, bad breath, loose teeth/weak gums and coughs, asthma and other respiratory conditions. It is also, Alterative, analgesic, antifungal, antiseptic, astringent, carminative, emmenagogue, expectorant, antispasmodic, disinfectant, immune stimulant, circulatory stimulant, stomachic, tonic, vulnerary

Wintergreen oil – Gaultheria procumbens
Wintergreen oil is considered an analgesic, antirheumatic and antiarthritic, antispasmodic, antiseptic, aromatic, and astringent properties. It also acts as a carminative, diuretic, and emenagogue.

 

Kerry Brock, Certified Herbalist and owner at Shawnee Moon, is a researcher of plants, an eater of herbs, a drinker of coffee and a formulator of remedies. She keeps busy trying out pinterest diy’s and often failing at cooking in her backwoods home in rural southeast Missouri with her fantastic husband, Davy, two dogs, an assortment of cats and a unbelievably supportive family near by.

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The information contained in this post is for educational purposes only; it is not intended to treat, diagnose or cure disease. It is simply for use in the maintenance and promotion of good health in cooperation with a licensed medical practitioner. Kerry Brock and Shawnee Moon are not licensed to treat or diagnose disease. Consult with your physician for diagnosis or treatment. By using this information you agree that the decisions regarding your health are your own responsibility and understand that Kerry Brock and Shawnee Moon are not liable for your health decisions.

 

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