OASIS SALVE

There is a slew of products currently on the market advertising that they help with ‘pain this’ or ‘anti-inflammatory that’, but I am here to tell you the proof is in the ingredients with Oasis. Turmeric, Barberry, and Quercetin are blended together perfectly to offer the relief your body needs through known anti-inflammatory and anti-oxidant therapeutic actions while also reducing redness and that annoying itchy sensation. The beautiful blend of base oils is what really holds this salve together with a wide array of Fatty Acids, including alpha-linolenic acid, which acts as a neuroprotectant.

I love this product because it encourages the Herbalists’ view and understanding that less is actually more. We can see this by the simple blend of natural ingredients that make up Oasis. ZAO Organics understands the process of natural synergy and has formulated a beautifully working product that penetrates deep into the skin, providing each dermal layer with nourishment and relief.

I highly recommend this product to anyone experiencing eczema, psoriasis, tinea, joint pain, rheumatoid arthritis, varicose veins, and general issues involving pain and inflammation.

Rachael Dipple

Certified Herbologist

Holistic Health Practitioner

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Indications & Contraindications

Turmeric - should not be used when Anticoagulants/ Antiplatelet Drugs are being taken, could render them ineffective. Should not be used with antidiabetews medications, may increase the risk of hypoglycemia. Should not be used when taking antitumor antibiotics as it could reduce the effectiveness of the medications. Should not be used with enzymes CYP3A4; 1A2; 1A1; may cause a fluctuation in effectivenekss and adverse effects. Should not be used when Docetaxel, glyburide, Hepatotoxic Drugs, Norfloxacin, P glycoprotein substrates, pacitaxel, sulfasalazine, tacrolimus, talinolol, tamoxifen, topoisomerase 1 inhibitors, or warfarin.

Quercetin - should be avoided when pregnant as there is insufficient evidence as to how this flavonoid affects the fetus. Should not be used with antidiabetes medicines, antihypertensive medicines, cyclosporine, diclofenac, losartan, midazolam, mitoxantrone, p glycoprotien substrates, pravastatin, prazosin, quetiapine, quinolone, sulfasalazine, or warfarin. Caution should be used if taking CYP2C8; 2C9; 2D6; 3A4 as it may alter the effects of the enzymes. OAT1; 3; P may also be effected adversly. Overdose can result in nephrotoxicity.

Barberry - Also known as Grape Root - this herb is known to increase the working and side effects of anticoagulants, antibiabetes drugs, antihypertensives, and Central Nervous System Depressants. Cyclosporine may become inhibited at the CYP34A enzyme. Enzymes CYP2C9; 2D6; 3A4 levels may increase while using this herb. The main working constituent is an alkaloid by the name of Berberine which is known to cause phytotoxicity if in contact with skin in direct sun light.

Flaxseed Oil - If taken orally can cause anaphylaxis. Anticoagulants and antihypertensives could have an increased effect. Ezetimibe is known to lower the absorption of alpha linolenic acid.

 

Castor Oil - induces havy vomiting if orally consumed. Not suggested for use if pregnant or lactating.

 

Hemp Oil - None Known

References

Natural Medicines Database. (7 April, 2022). Turmeric. [Monograph].

https://naturalmedicines.therapeuticresearch.com/databases/food,-herbs-supplements/professional.aspx?productid=662

Natrual Medicines Database. ( 11 May, 2022). Quercetin. [Monograph].

https://naturalmedicines.therapeuticresearch.com/databases/food,-herbs-supplements/professional.aspx?productid=294

Natural Medicines Database. ( 17 August, 2022). Oregon Grape Root. [Monograph].

https://naturalmedicines.therapeuticresearch.com/databases/food,-herbs-supplements/professional.aspx?productid=493

Natural Medicines Database. ( 11 July, 2022). Flaxseed Oil. [Monograph].

https://naturalmedicines.therapeuticresearch.com/databases/food,-herbs-supplements/professional.aspx?productid=990n

Blondeau N, Lipsky RH, Bourourou M, Duncan MW, Gorelick PB, Marini AM. Alpha-linolenic acid: an omega-3 fatty acid with neuroprotective properties-ready for use in the stroke clinic? Biomed Res Int. 2015;2015:519830. doi: 10.1155/2015/519830. Epub 2015 Feb 19. PMID: 25789320; PMCID: PMC4350958. https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC4350958/