An authentic, historic treatment, thousands of years old.
A balm with broad, spiritual significance.
Knowledge of this balm has been passed down in folklore over the ages. The best information on its ingredients is found in the writings of Maria Valtorta and detailed in the volumes of her work, The Poem of the Man God.
The balm is first mentioned in volume one, in the treatment of Joseph, the husband of Mary, in the first volume, and again in detail in the third volume where Mary has prepared the herbs; Lilies, Camphor, Dittany, Resin, Cloves, Laurel, Artemisia and others – in a balm which is to be sent with the apostles to treat one of the disciples. It tells of a voyage to Greece when a serious storm threatens their boat and a sailor is seriously injured. He is rescued from being washed overboard by Peter. The disciples applied Mary’s Balm to what appeared to be a mortal head wound. A miraculous cure took place.