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JusB* Natural Ingredients

JusB* uses natural, herbal ingredients to aid your body back to balance



Lavender is beneficial for the treatment of issues with the nervous system, insomnia, pain relief, urine flow, respiratory disorders, skin care, hair care, blood circulation, indigestion, and immune system health.  Lavendar is a natural antiseptic, antibiotc, sedative and detoxifier, used to treat digestive problems, insomnia, anxiety, and restlessness. It is most commonly used for anxiety, depression, mental exhaustion, insomnia, scrapes and wounds, digestive problems, headaches, skin problems and women's health problems. In addition to this, lavender can be used to treat exhaustion, heat exposure, fevers, aches and pains, over-exertion, jet lag, rashes, sprains, sunburn, sunstroke, bruises and burns and can also be used as a disinfectant and insect repellent. 


Lemongrass reduces pain, fights depression, inhibits microbial growth, reduces high fever, protects wounds from being septic, strengthens gums and hair and reduces hemorrhaging. This essential oil kills bacteria, eliminates gas, reduces body odor, promotes urination, reduces fever, stops fungal infections, increases milk, kills insects, strengthens nerves, soothes inflammation and cures nervous disturbances.



Frankincense is used to protect wounds from becoming septic, fight infections, induce contractions in gums, muscles, and blood vessels, and remove excess gas.  It heals scars, keeps cells healthy and promotes their regeneration. Frankincense also promotes digestion, increases urination, regulates menstrual cycles, cures coughs and colds, soothes anxiety and inflammation, and ensures good health of the uterus.  It is commonly used as an antiseptic, disinfectant, astringent, carminative, cicatrisant, cytophylactic, digestive, diuretic, emenagogue, expectorant, sedative, tonic, uterine, and vulnerary.



Rosemary is very useful in terms of hair care, skin care, mouth care, anxiety, mental disorders, depression, pain, headache, rheumatism, respiratory problems, bronchial asthma, indigestion, and flatulence.  Rosemary is great for stimulating hair growth, and as a disinfectant, antiseptic, anti-inflammatory, carminative, antibacterial, and analgesic substance.

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Black Pepper Seed

Black Pepper is essential oil aids in digestion, increases perspiration and helps remove toxins from the body. It also helps to remove gases from the intestines and does not let them build up while acting as a purgative, curing spasms, and helping to treat arthritis and rheumatism by removing uric acid and other toxins from the body. Black Pepper inhibits bacterial growth, fights premature aging, and neutralizes free radicals that damage the body in countless ways.  It is considered a digestive, diaphoretic, carminative, aperient, antispasmodic, antirheumatic, antiarthritic, antibacterial, and an antioxidant.

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Tea Tree

Tea Tree is very useful in the treatment of respiratory problems, wounds, muscle pain, mental exhaustion, dental care, skin care, diabetes, fever, and intestinal germs and holds many important qualities, including anti-inflammatory, antispasmodic, decongestant, deodorant, antiseptic, antibacterial, and stimulating.

Tea tree botanical drawing


Eucalyptus is very useful in the treatment of respiratory problems, wounds, muscle pain, mental exhaustion, dental care, skin care, diabetes, fever, and intestinal germs.  It has a number of important qualities of antispetic, antispasmodic, decongestant, deodorant, antibacterial, and

anti inflammatory.


Coconut MCT Oil

Coconut oil naturally excels as one of the best carrier oils for CBD.  It is thinner than most oils making it easier to dispense and it carries no odor or taste.  Coconut oil holds natural anti-inflammatory, anti-bacterial and anti-fungal properties with an abundance of saturated fats, particularly medium chain triglycerides.  MCT's are smaller fat molecules more easily absorbed by the body.


Sesame Oil

The sesame plant’s nutritional qualities have inspired some to dub its oil the “Queen of Oilseeds."  Belonging to the Pedaliaceae family, a group of plants harvested for their edible seeds, its scientific name is Sesamum indicum.

Sesame oil is made from raw, pressed sesame seeds and has medicinal uses obtained from sesamol and sesaminol, two antioxidants that may have powerful effects on your health.  This plant holds anti-inflammatory properties as well.

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