Blue Poppy Athletic Skin Ointment

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Designed to clear heat and resolve toxins, disperse inflammation and stop itching. Known as Qing Dai Gao in Chinese, this widely known contemporary ointment is first found in Wai Ke Xue (A Study of External Medicine) compiled by the Guangzhou College of Chinese Medicine. Shi Gao, Hua Shi, Qing Dai and Huang Bai have long been used topically to treat a wide range of skin conditions.

Formerly known as Blue Poppy Antifungal Ointment.

To Use: Apply externally to the affected area.

Do not apply this or other oil-based ointments to wet, weeping lesions.

Available in 1/2 oz jars

Fractionated Coconut Oil, Palm Vegetable Shortening, Beeswax, Ophicalcite Gypsum, Phellodendron, Indigo, Grape seed oil, Rosemary seed extract

"Blue Poppy Enterprises, Inc. includes Blue Poppy Herbs (manufactures and markets a line of Chinese herbal supplements), Blue Poppy Press (publishes and sells books and other materials on acupuncture and Chinese medicine), and Blue Poppy Seminars (runs live and Distance Learning continuing education for licensed healthcare practitioners.

Much of the inspiration of Blue Poppy rests with its former CEO and original herbal product formulator, Bob Flaws. Bob began studying acupuncture and Chinese medicine in 1977, first under (Eric) Tao Xi-yu in Colorado, then at the Shanghai College of Traditional Chinese Medicine (where he also studied tui na). From there he went on to become one of the best-known English language teachers, authors, and practitioners of Chinese medicine. Bob is an NCCA Diplomate of Acupuncture and Chinese Herbs, a Fellow and Governor of the National Academy of Acupuncture and Oriental Medicine, and a founder, past president, and Lifetime Fellow of the Acupuncture Association of Colorado.

Blue Poppy is committed to creating the highest quality herbal, clinical, and educational products for practitioners of Chinese medicine. It prides itself on setting the industry standard for quality and ethical manufacture. The Chinese factory that manufactures its formulas meets all standards of the Department of Health of the People's Republic of China for a GMP facility and is inspected yearly by an independent third-party auditor to ensure compliance with FDA cGMP regulations. And all Blue Poppy Liniments are hand-made at its own cGMP certified facility in the United States from the finest quality medicinals grown and imported from China."
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