Sassy Silver Sisters Review Subherban Roots Salve

We were given a sample of Subherban Roots Salve to try and review.
First a little about Subherban Roots. 
They have a ¼ acre neighborhood-based permaculture homestead and apothecary located in old-town Warrenton, Virginia. They focus on growing medicinal herbs and making handmade preparations for themselves and others. They grow biologically and never use pesticides, herbicides, or synthetic fertilizers. Their mission is to pursue sustainable and community sourced living options for suburban & sub rural communities and to show that it's not the amount of land you have access to but what you do with it that counts!

Now onto the review. 
The salve was orange in color, which we believe is from the cayenne pepper ingredient. It smelled medicinal at first  like some other salves we've tried, not sure if it was from the rosemary herb. After we rubbed the salve into the skin , it no longer smelled medicinal.  It was smooth in texture and a little bit went a long way.

We actually didn't have it long enough to see if it worked but we rated it a thumbs up. WHY? Check out the video and we will tell you why!

If you'd like to try this product, go to their store Subherban Roots and tell them we sent you!!

Adios amigos,
Sassy Silver Sisters
Cathy, Rhonda and Kelly

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