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Buddha Wood + Black Seed Hemp Hydration Serum


Black Seed Oil is deeply restorative and regenerative, rich in skin-loving selenium, zinc, and magnesium. Combined with Local and Wild Harvested Australian Native Botanicals which give it's earthy and woody scent, this Serum is high in Antioxidants and is a powerful Anti-Inflammatory for the skin. 30ml/ 6 months use.


Cold-Pressed Hemp Seed Oil,
Wild-Crafted Black Seed Oil, Jojoba Oil, Wild Kakadu Plum Extraction, 
Apricot Kernel Seed, Vitamin E Serum + Locally Distilled Essential Oils of Buddha Wood, White Sage, Cedarwood, Lavandula, Sandalwood & Frankincense.

Herbalist formulated for deep
skin hydration, reduced redness & acne scarring, and infused with Locally Grown Biodynamic Botanicals to calm and sooth red, patchy or uneven skin tones. Store below 25°C/77°F. To ensure skin compatibility, patch test
first. If irritation occurs, discontinue use and seek medical advice.

For use by adults 18+. Keep out of reach of children. 

Not for use during pregnancy or breastfeeding. 

Contains Alcohol. 

No products produced, manufactured, marketed, or distributed are intended to diagnose, treat, cure or prevent any disease or be a substitute for professional medical advice

Always seek the advice of your physician for any pharmaceutical contra-indications or specific herbal actions. 

Any statements made within this website have not been evaluated by the Therapeutic Goods Administration (TGA).

Danielle grows and harvests all plants and herbs on her small property
in the Byron Bay Hinterlands. Plants that need to be grown in drier climates are grown on property in regional Victoria. With a background in bio medicine, kinesiology, and farming, Danielle thrives in her home apothecary. I like to think she has her own little ‘farmacy’. Creating pristine, unaltered and wholesome medicine for mind, body and soul wellness. Aligning harvesting times with the astrology calendar, and using any waste herb material as fertiliser,
wild craft is potent here.