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Say hello to our Chicken Frostbite Salve! This salve is specially formulated to be kind to your flock. It is fragrance, additive, and dye-free, and it was lovingly created with wild-foraged plantain, homegrown chamomile, and lavender. It was small-batch crafted by hand on our Colorado homestead.


Use this salve to both prevent and treat frostbite in your flock. To prevent frostbite, liberally coat combs, wattles, and toes with the salve prior to inclement weather. If frostbite has already occurred, the carefully chosen blend of herbs kicks in to relieve itching, reduce pain, and calm irritated tissue while providing a protective barrier for healing! This handy salve can also be used year-round as a general flock first aid ointment. A must-have for any chicken first aid kit!  

Intended for topical use only, safe for pets, livestock, and people too!


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Content from is meant to be informational in nature and is not intended as a substitute for professional medical advice. Remember that just because something is “natural” does not always mean it is safe for every person. When it comes to herbal medicine, many plants should be avoided when pregnant or nursing and some can cause extreme interactions with prescription and over-the-counter medicine.


While we strive to be 100% accurate, utilizing information from scientific studies, trusted sources, and verified publications, we are not health professionals, medical doctors, or nutritionists. It is solely up to the reader to verify nutritional information and health benefits with qualified professionals for all edible plants listed on this website and to ensure proper plant identification.


The information provided by this site is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure, or prevent any disease. Before using herbal preparations, always research, speak to a professional regarding any significant concerns, and never fail to seek medical advice when needed.

Henrietta's Chicken Frostbite Salve

  • Olive Oil, Plantain, Chamomile, and Lavender, Beeswax

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