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LOCALLY SOURCED APOTHECARY ART

RELAX is the apothecary magic you’re looking for at the end of a long day, an essential oil roll-on featured in our Holiday Gift Box. Meet Chrissy Lee-Manes and her husband John Lee, who created the Relax collection for Homsted, their storefront in downtown Glenwood Springs.   

This beautiful “mom and pop” store showcases consciously-sourced everything. And presents it with your good health in mind. Imagine a storefront displaying glass canisters of bulk wild-crafted organic and Eco-Cert internationally verified herbals. You’ll find DIY herbals. Tinctures. Books. Supplies for gardening, foraging, fermenting, baking and cooking. And, at the heart of it, you’ll find a family committed to holistic ways.

CONSCIENTIOUS CREATIVITY

“Real and measurable physiological changes happen in the body when you use the best essential oils,” John says. He adds, “not all oils are created equally.” So, they source only from small-scale farmers and wildcrafters who grow, cultivate, and harvest plants ethically.

They created the RELAX Roll-on as part of a collection – an original, proprietary product line that also includes a full-strength version of the essential oil blend, a tincture, soap, and herbal tea.

Parents of two children ages three and under, John and Chrissy know about running a business with kids in the mix. So we trust their approach to lowering anxiety and stress –  they RELAX.


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MEET OTHER LOCALLY SOURCED ARTISTS

Lilybart – Starry Night Journal
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Jill Scher – Sculptural Felted Soap
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Jan Schubert – Starry Night Beeswax Pillar Candle
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Carbondale Clay Center & Roaring Fork Kids Who Care –
Starry Night Julep Cup
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Vera Herbals – Moisturizing Hemp Lipbalm



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About Kathryn Camp

MOUNTAIN PARENT Editor & Designer • When Kathryn is not at her desk with MP, she cycles, snowboards, skis, writes fiction and keeps bees in downtown Carbondale with her teenage children, husband Rich, and their wayward husky-coyote Zelda.