What Stillpoint "Nose"
Co-Distillations were chosen by our distiller because the plants live closely in-community. They are partners in micro climate and nutrient absorption. They react synergistically, support one another and work together intentionally. Thus combining the benefits and creating unique chemistry found in each plant.
Traditional Use of Juniper, Utah /Sage Brush
Great Western Sage Artemesia tridentata GW Sage is a dominate species throughout the Western U.S. plant community. Being of the Artemisia family (worm woods), this plant is a known vermifuge. Indigenous cultures have used GW Sage for coughs, colds, headaches, stomach aches, fevers, internal bleeding and to relieve pain during child birthing. Poultices of wet leaves applied to bruises reduce swelling. GW Sage is also used for “smudging”, or ceremonial purification.
Utah Juniper Juniperus osteosperma/Juniperus utahensis Utah or Desert Juniper is mostly connected to ailments of the bladder, kidneys and skin. The leaves are antiseptic, used for a blood tonic and as a laxative. Can be used to treat toothaches, sore and swollen gums. Good for stomach aches, kidney complaints, hemorrhages, coughs and colds and respirtory issues. Induces urination, good to relieve menstrual cramps, fevers, coughs and colds.