Wild Flower Water
Regular price $35.00
Fumaria officinalis is a wild flower that grows in clusters of deep pink or purple flowers that bloom throughout summer. The delicate flowers resemble smoke rising from the ground, is thought to be the source is the name: fumitory means 'smoke of the earth’. Traditionally, fumitory has been used to treat skin problems such as acne and eczema. The plant contains flavonoids which are anti-inflammatory.
Hedysarum Occidentale has leaves and flowers that resemble those of sweet peas, and is used here for its high antioxidant properties.
Wild Rose helps balance the pH of skin, soothes skin irritation, reduces redness, and moisturizes.
To quote the divine Trio, “Just a wild mountain rose seeking mist'ries untold. No regret for the path that I chose. When a flower grows wild it can always survive. Wildflowers don't care where they grow.” You won’t regret trying this Wild Flower Water!"
Dimensions: 2.25 x 2.25 x 7"
Materials: Ingredients: Fumitory Water, Hedysasum Water, Wild Rose Water in 8oz reusable glass spray bottle
Garbage Hill Farm
Garbage Hill Farm is the project of Winnipeg native Jen Delos Reyes. The farm’s name sake comes from her hometown’s Westview Park which was built upon a garbage dump and is lovingly known as "Garbage Hill."
Garbage Hill Farm is located in Chicago Illinois McKinley Park neighborhood at SIDE by SIDE, a future residency for BIPOC arts and culture leaders and artists to rest and rejuvenate. The farm’s CSAA (Community Supported Art/Agriculture program) is what provides the funding to support the artist residency.
The farm is committed to organic regenerative farming practices, closed loop production, and the elimination of single use plastics in distribution. We grow food and make household cleaners and beauty products that can be refilled onsite.
The farm is home to chickens, birds, and twin goats, Bucky and G.O.A.T.