Omyst Healing Herbal First Aid Spray Review

EmailPrintLinkedInGoogle GmailShare

History Behind the Making of Omyst:
Herbal Intervention, LLC, was founded by Noreen Mulvanerty, RN, MSN, FNP-BC. Noreen is a Family Nurse Practitioner and Herbalist with over twelve years of Emergency Room experience and an expert on wound care. After suturing and treating thousands of cuts, burns and bites, Noreen was distressed to discover the leading topical application actually delayed wound healing resulting in an alarmingly high rate of infection.
After extensive research into indigenous healing herbs she developed omyst™ , the first clinically proven internationally patent pending healing herbal first aid spray. Herbal Intervention, LLC currently manufactures and markets omyst™ and has several other medicinal products in the latter stages of development.
  • Omyst is an organic first aid spray
  • It is made of six natural ingredients: Calendula, Rose, Yarrow, Wild Roses, Plantain and Alcohol.  Calendula is an anti-inflammatory, Yarrow has antibacterial properties, Plantain is an astringent, and Wild Roses have the benefit to be rejuvenating
  • The ingredients for Omyst are raised, harvest and manufactured on a 30 acre farm located in Avoca, NY.  Made in the U.S.A., yea!  
  • Omyst is to be effective in treating several common topical ailments: minor cuts, burns, scratches, rashes, insect bites, stings and sutures
  • Safe for children and adults, infants to elderly
  • Packaged in a 1 oz./30 ml glass amber bottle that is recyclable
  • No animal testing
  • Hypoallergenic

I had a new cut on the backside of my  hand that I don’t know how I had gotten.  It was rather superficial so I thought I’d use this as my test area.  The typical warnings of I think almost any spray are: do not spray directly into eye or mouth and is not for ingestion.  I followed the instructions and cleaned the cut with mild soap and water.  I rinsed and lightly dried my hand.  Then I estimated the position of 3-4″ from the cut and it took a few pumps to initially prime the bottle and then to spray the area once.  It did absorb quickly and I did not notice a burn (some reviews I have read comment it burns).  It did smell a bit of the alcohol, but it was quite faint once it had dried.  It was nice to not be sticky or gooey after being applied.  It was wet initially and then dry to the touch.

The price for Omyst is $20 plus SH and tax.  I think this is one of those products where a little bit goes a long way.  I like having the opportunity to now stock our home first aid kit with a non-messy, non-toxic spray for all of our family’s superficial boo-boos.


Disclosure:  I received a sample of Omyst for this review.  No other compensation was received.  The thoughts and feelings expressed are my own.