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Native American Herbal Lotion

Come back to nature, come back to Native Naturals, Native American herbal Hand & Body Lotion for your skin.

Available in Chokecherry or Sweetgrass and now also the new
Water Dance collection.
Experience the scent of wild chokecherry and sweetgrass as this unique formula soothes and conditions even the driest of skin. Absorbs quickly leaving your skin lightly scented with Native botanicals.
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The Story of Sweetgrass
  Sweetgrass is considered sacred and plays an important part in Native ceremonies. It smells sweet when dried and is traditionally braided together in long strands for storage or use. It is also used in sweat lodges. Clippings are placed on hot rocks during the sweat. Sweetgrass is often burned after sage as a purifier to encourage positive vibrations or spirits to enter an area or room.

The Story of Chokecherry
  For the Native Americans who roamed the North American plains, the Chokecherry provided vitamins and a sweet-tart flavor. These luscious purple berries were harvested, along with other fruit, in midsummer to fall and stored in a partly dried or frozen state. Chokecherries mixed with fat and suet and pounded into the meat of buffalo became pemmican, a staple food eaten by Native Indians during journeys and long winters. Today the Chokecherry fruit is used to make jam and syrup prized as a gourmet treat. Chokecherry bushes still grow wild in prairie ravines and remain one of the most important plants for wildlife food and shelter.

The Story of Water Dance
The basis of Native America spirituality is the relationship between human beings, the land, water and all of creation. We are all one with nature. Water is the most basic element on which we depend for our survival. We use water in our ceremonies and in the sweat lodge for purification. We pray for water for plentiful crops. Honor the preciousness of water, and live in harmony with
Mother Earth.
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