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Why we developed The Hug

Unsere Mission 03.11.20 3 min. read

Healing Your Monthly Flow With The Hug 

A lot of time and thought went into formulating The Hug to be there for you during that time of the month with the full effect of nature. The Hug puts your well-being at the heart of its individual effects by giving you a hug with St. John’s wort, Frankincense, and 422 mg of our Organic Raw CBD. It supports you holistically with relaxation and protects you during moontime. The Hug is there for you during that time of the month with the full effect of nature. 

Honor the sacred cyclical nature of your mind, body and soul. 

Let’s dive deeper into two ingredients, found in The Hug namely, St. John's Wort & Frankincense. 

St. John's Wort 

St. John's Wort, called Hypericum perforatum, also goes by Goat weed, Amber, Tipton weed, and Klamath weed. This plant grows as a shrub wildly grown and originates from Europe, North Africa, and Asia. It is now also produced in the United States, Russia, and China. It was named after John the Baptist because this flower usually blooms right around the time of his birthday on June 24th. 

When applied topically, with products such as oils and tinctures, there are many benefits that this plant can provide to you. St John's Wort can speed up your skin's healing, with conditions such as lesions and foot ulcers. It can treat scrapes and burns on your skin and other conditions that come along with sensitive skin. This topical solution can also relieve symptoms such as skin irritation and minor wounds. St. John's Wort can even treat mild depression. 

The most active components found in St John's Wort are hypericin and hyperforin. These ingredients include antioxidant, antimicrobial, and anti-inflammatory properties. These properties provide the ability to increase blood flow to infected areas and clean wounds by killing microorganisms. The ingredients in this home remedy also offer the ability to increase chemical messengers such as dopamine and serotonin to your brain, reducing stress and putting you in a better mood. 


Frankincense originates in Africa, India, and the Middle East, and obtains from hardened gum resins found in Boswellia trees. This product can be produced into an essential oil, providing many health and beauty benefits. It has been considered one of the most valuable remedies back from ancient times.

Frankincense can be used to condition and regenerate skin. It can also be used as a skin conditioner and help remove cuts and wounds by fighting off infection without leaving scars. This essential oil can provide shiny hair, prevent it from falling out, cure dandruff, and strengthen your fingernails. Along with its skin benefits, Frankincense has many benefits such as relieving pain, stress and improving your immune system. 

Frankincense essential oil is composed of 75% monoterpenes, sesquiterpenes, sesquiterpenols, and ketones. These active ingredients provide anti-bacterial effects that can heal skin conditions and improve their overall look. Its components also promote anti-inflammatory effects, which reduce joint inflammation and relieve pain. The astringent qualities included lessen the appearance of wrinkles and stimulate new cells in hair and nails. Using this oil as aromatherapy provides a way of relieving stress and improving your mood by inhaling its earthly and soothing scents by combining it with other scents such as lavender, cypress, geranium, and more. 

St. John's Wort and Frankincense are valuable options while looking for a natural remedy for your skin and mood. You don't have to see a doctor and spend too much money on a prescription when these fantastic ingredients are available in The Hug

Try The Hug, and see for yourself, you'll wish you would've done it a long time ago.