Demon Weed Exposure Clay



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Our Demon Weed Exposure Clay was formulated to help remove the irritating oils from those terrible plants that cause rash & itching. Although we intended this clay to be used before a rash occurs, we field tested this & it helped relieve itching & the spread of rash. It also gently exfoliates & smells good!

HOW TO USE: If you’ve come in contact with poison ivy, oak or sumac thoroughly scrub infected area for 10 minutes with clay & wash off with warm water.

INGREDIENTS: Naturally sourced bentonite clay, pumice powder, distilled conifer water, baking soda, witch hazel distillate, sea salt, white oak powder, black walnut shell powder, steam distilled essential oils.
Intended for external use only!

8 oz tub – Please recycle or reuse this 1 PETE plastic jar.


Our wilderness fragrance distillery is the workshop where we formulate, pour & label all of our product.  The wilderness is our true workshop though.  Our simple approach to making all natural home goods & skin care products is what drives our very story – go out into the forest, forage wild aromatics & botanicals & put that into every bottle.  Our fragrances are not romantic notions of a time & place, they are the places we harvest them from.  When we go to the deserts, mountains or coastal wild lands of North America we have an idea of what we want to capture from that particular place but its only after we experience the wonders of the plant diversity there do we start to understand the story we would like to tell from those experiences.   We let the aromatic nature of plants & trees speak their native tongues.

We honor every plant & tree with our products.  All of our harvesting practices are completely sustainable & done with respect to every nuance in nature.  We never go into the woods & cut down trees.  With that said, we have worked hand in hand with forest management projects where land was cut to control and/or encourage new growth in a effort to ensure the continued success of a habitat region.  Most of harvesting of trees comes from trail management at local & state parklands or after storms when we go out & clear downed trees.  All of these endeavors require permits in which obtain through the parks – most of time without resistance.

Barnaby Black is in the business of aromatics not cures, medicine or ritual.  We embrace all cultures and spiritual beliefs.  We believe that plants are sacred by nature & that all people should embrace them as such & all people have the same rights as any to connect to nature.

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