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Nurse Practitioner Creates Healing Herbal First-aid Spray
Date:11/7/2008

Noreen Mulvanerty, a Family Nurse Practitioner and herbalist announces her first product, Omyst™, a healing herbal first aid spray. This revolutionary, international patent-pending spray has been successfully tested on over 2,000 patients and has been clinically proven to aid in the treatment of minor cuts, burns, scratches, rashes, insect bites, stings and sutures.

New York, NY (PRWEB) November 7, 2008 -- Noreen Mulvanerty, a Family Nurse Practitioner and Herbalist proudly announces her first product, Omyst™, a healing herbal first aid spray. This revolutionary, international patent-pending spray has been successfully tested on over 2,000 patients and has been clinically proven to aid in the treatment of minor cuts, burns, scratches, rashes, insect bites, stings and sutures.

Omyst™ is an all-natural medicinal spray made from 100% organically grown calendula, yarrow, plantain and wild roses in alcohol. These medicinal herbs have been scientifically researched and found to be safe and effective among people of all ages. Noreen worked diligently to create the spray over the course of five years.

World-renowned herbalist and author Susun Weed commented, "I expect Omyst™ to revolutionize the primary care for a wound in hospitals and homes throughout the U.S. and hopefully around the world."

Herbalists and proprietors of Healing Herbal Farm and Education Center, Andrea and Matthias Reisen stated, "Omyst™ is a truly wonderful wound healer. Noreen Mulvanerty possesses a wonderful ability to create a prayerful, powerful healing remedy."

After completing a Post Graduate degree in Chinese medicine and an apprenticeship with Susun Weed, Mulvanerty was determined to create her own range of herbal products. The catalyst for a wound care spray stemmed from her observations working as a Family Nurse Practitioner in New York Emergen
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