090: Crows Warrior Salve, Marine Veteran Owned and Operated

Posted by Michael J. Penney on

Justin Cayless and Micah Carlton founders of "Crows Warrior Salve" join Bennett Tanton and Michael Penney for another episode of Cigars and Sea Stories. The four Marines are discussing hand lotion…wait, WTF?!?!

Justin and Micah have come together as a team to create Crow’s Warrior Salve, a manly alternative to skin care creams. The stuff is thick; think chapstick for your hands. It’s made with all natural materials such as beeswax and essential oils. Crow’s comes in a variety of scents and formulas, for instance, one such formula is great for grip. Crossfit athletes, tradesmen and, firearms instructors put a fresh coat on to protect the hands during rugged work.

These two Marines have worked extremely hard to create a product that any professional or hobbiest would approve of. Get a can today at a Hobby Lobby near you or purchase direct from their website. crowswarriorsalve.com

Learn more about Crows

Mrs. Crow, or as I knew her, Great Granny, was a strong frontier woman, with deep beliefs in the healing power of the natural elements, and strong ties to Crow Indian healing remedies. "warrior sav", is based from her Original 1929 formula that was used as a daily remedy for all family and friends alike in our small West Texas town. Any thing from dry hands, burns, bug bites and stings, to scars and infections, we knew to rub sav on it! After carrying the last bit of sav that I had left as a first aid ointment in the USMC, I knew the benefits that her all natural solution offered. Most recently in a successful battle with breast cancer, a simple conversation between a determined mom looking for a natural solution to scars and healing in general, and a son with a passion to re-awaken our Crow Indian ancestral culture led to the modern day version of "Crow's Warrior Salve”. (Justin Cayless) 

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