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Sicily, italy

What makes this
land so special?

Centuries of organic excellence, cultivated with care.



Nestled between Monte Barraù and Monte Castro on the island of Sicily, La Furtuna Estate is 350 hectares of pristine farmland. This idyllic region is home to familiar organic treasures, as well as rare local species.

In the springtime, snowmelt from Monte Barraù replenishes the land’s freshwater stream, nourishing an incredible variety of flora and fauna. Undeveloped for more than 400 years, the plants found on La Furtuna Estate are exceptionally potent. Medicinal herbs like Geranium, Spearmint, St. John’s Wort, and Marigold are up to seven times more powerful than their heavily farmed relatives.

We’ve taken ingredients and inspiration from La Furtuna Estate to craft a collection of safe and effective topical remedies for children. Each Bambini Furtuna product draws upon Sicily’s rich ecological heritage to help soothe your little one.

our ingredients

Get to know the centuries-old plants and herbs that go into our Remedy Oil Blends.

  • ALL
  • Aches & Pains
  • Allergies
  • Antibacterial
  • Cough & Cold
  • Digestion
  • Mood & General Health
Bergamot Citrus bergamia

Bergamot

Citrus bergamia

The citrus soother helps regulate respiration and digestion.

In Italian folk medicine, Bergamot was used to cool fevers as far back as 1725. Defined as a hybrid of Bitter Orange and Lemon, the citrus fruit is rich in Vitamin C and antioxidants and revered for its soothing and healing properties.

Benefits
  • Acts as a relaxant
  • Soothes aches
  • Stimulates the respiratory and digestive systems
Cypress Cupressus sempervirens

Cypress

Cupressus sempervirens

A medicinal forest herb that encourages healthy circulation.

A tree out of ancient forests, it was mythicized to live forever. Shown to alleviate coughs, regulate blood flow and aid the respiratory system, its many health benefits get one back in circulation quickly. Thanks to its antibacterial abilities, Cypress helps clear up congestion.

Benefits
  • Enhances circulation
  • Supports a healthy respiratory system
  • Helps clear up congestion
Remedies with Cypress
Echinacea Echinacea angustifolia

Echinacea

Echinacea angustifolia

Legendary immune-boosting benefits.

In the 1800’s, early physicians learned about this herb from American Indians and used it to treat colds and infections. One of the most famous medicinal plants today, it is recommended for strengthening immunity and fighting inflammation.

Benefits
  • Strengthens the immune system
  • Fights infection
  • Decreases inflammation
Remedies with Echinacea
Elderberry Sambucus nigra

Elderberry

Sambucus nigra

Berry potent relief from congestion and coughs.

Its healing powers can be traced back to the Father of Medicine who described Elderberry as his “medicine chest” because of all the ailments it seemed to cure. Thanks to high levels of Vitamin C, antioxidants and amazing anti-inflammatory agents like anthocyanin, it can clear up congestion, coughs and stuffy sinuses.

Benefits
  • Alleviates nasal congestion
  • High in Vitamin C and antioxidants
  • Helps treat respiratory cold symptoms
Remedies with Elderberry
Lemon Citrus limon

Lemon

Citrus limon

The sunny citrus refreshes moisture, relieves constipation and coughs.

First introduced in southern Italy, 200 AD, the lemon has a sunny history of medicinal use. With its high vitamin C and antibacterial efficacy, the high nutrient, revitalizing energy fruit has been used to treat colds, congestion, constipation and cranky dry skin.

Benefits
  • Nourishes and hydrates skin
  • Reduces spasms related to cough and congestion
  • Relieves constipation
Meadow Anemone Anemone canadensis

Meadow Anemone

Anemone canadensis

The windflower relieves cold symptoms in a breeze.

Called the windflower, Anemone was used by Native American medicine men to clear the throat, treat nosebleeds and other respiratory conditions and worn by ancient Romans as talismans to prevent fever. The white bloomer clears nasal airways and calms a cough, acting as a natural antiseptic.

Benefits
  • Clears the throat and fights coughing
  • Helps alleviate nasal congestion
  • Works as a natural antiseptic
Remedies with Meadow Anemone
Spearmint Mentha viridis

Spearmint

Mentha viridis

Refreshing relief that cools and calms.

The refreshingly mild aromatic herb has been used since Roman times. Spearmint cools and soothes the throat, nose, lungs, and other respiratory channels, alleviating irritation that causes coughing. Its cooling sensation also calms itchy skin while its purifying antiseptic properties protect against bacteria.

Benefits
  • Calms skin and cools burning sensations
  • Encourages strong lungs and respiratory system
  • Antiseptic properties
Extra Virgin Olive Oil Olea europaea

Extra Virgin Olive Oil

Olea europaea

The ultimate topical delivery system for high-powered medicinal botanicals.

Symbol of immortality, centuries-old olive trees thrive on La Furtuna estate. Olive oil was used by Hippocrates to cure illnesses and prized by ancient civilizations for its life-sustaining powers. Packed with vitamins, antioxidants, lipids plus antimicrobial and anti-inflammatory agents, ultra-nourishing olive oil is the optimal topical delivery system for high performance botanicals.

Benefits
  • Ideal for topical delivery of medicinal botanicals
  • Antibacterial properties
  • Moisturizes skin
Clary Sage Salvia sclarea

Clary Sage

Salvia sclarea

Time-tested care for clearing passages and improving circulation.

Used in both ancient medicine and meditation for its therapeutic powers, Clary Sage is valued for its ability to clear congestion and improve circulation. Clary comes from the Latin word for clear.

Benefits
  • Opens blood vessels and increases circulation
  • Improves digestion
  • Antibacterial properties
Geranium Pelargonium graveolens

Geranium

Pelargonium graveolens

Calms discomfort in the body, distress in the mind.

Not only is this flower beautiful and aromatic, it’s a powerful ingredient with benefits for mind and body. Used as a calmative, diuretic and digestive, Geranium brings peace to the emotions and relief from constipation, fluid retention and discomfort. It is valued for its antioxidant and anti-inflammatory powers as well.

Benefits
  • Calms strong emotions
  • Helps drain excess fluid
  • Eases constipation and cramping
German Chamomile Matricaria chamomilla

German Chamomile

Matricaria chamomilla

Calms stress, soothes skin and settles stomachs.

German vs. Roman Chamomile – what’s the difference? While both have been used throughout history to soothe skin irritation, upset stomachs and stress, German Chamomile contains a higher concentration of Chamazulene, making it a better-known anti-inflammatory.

Benefits
  • Moisturizes skin
  • Reduces anxiety
  • Calms rashes
Helichrysum Helichrysum italicum

Helichrysum

Helichrysum italicum

The everlasting flower with anti-inflammatory power.

Everlasting Flower. Symbol of Eternal Love. Golden Sun of Italy. A plant of extraordinary longevity, it won’t wither even in extreme conditions. Used since time immemorial to heal, Helichrysum has anti-inflammatory, decongestant and protective properties for better circulation, better skin, better well-being.

Benefits
  • Reduces swelling
  • Improves circulation
  • Calms inflammation
Roman Chamomile Anthemis nobilis

Roman Chamomile

Anthemis nobilis

Relaxes muscles and moods, relieves irritation.

Steeped in history, Roman Chamomile was used by ancient Romans as a soothing cure-all for a variety of ailments. It also has a smooth muscle relaxant effect that aids the digestive system, providing another kind of comfort than its German counterpart.

Benefits
  • Relaxes stomach muscles for improved digestion
  • Anti-inflammatory properties
  • Encourages smooth
  • healthy skin
Staghorn Clubmoss Lycopodium clavatum

Staghorn Clubmoss

Lycopodium clavatum

An effective curative for congestion, pain, and sleeplessness.

Clubmoss inhabited primeval forests millions of years ago. Early medical practitioners praised its use for childhood ailments. Its anti-inflammatory potential makes it an effective remedy for congestion, ear pain, nose and throat troubles. The herb also promotes a good night’s sleep.

Benefits
  • Alleviates congestion
  • Eases ear pain
  • Smoothes out irregular sleep
Remedies with Staghorn Clubmoss
Blue Skullcap Scutellaria lateriflora

Blue Skullcap

Scutellaria lateriflora

Its relaxing bloom gives sleeplessness a rest.

With its gentle relaxing effect, Blue Skullcap was traditionally used in medicine to treat sleep disorders and stress. Its calming action comes from the “scutellarin” flavonoid while its name comes from the helmet-like shape of the flowers.

Benefits
  • Eases sleeplessness
  • Anti-inflammatory properties
  • Helps relieve pain
Remedies with Blue Skullcap
St. John's Wort Hypericum perforatum

St. John's Wort

Hypericum perforatum

A natural attitude adjuster that brings comfort to spirits and skin.

This sacred plant was used to heal wounded knights during the brutal Crusades. SJW has remained a trusted treatment for clearing worry, mending abrasions and combating bacteria. Given its mood-improving properties, the happiness herb can stabilize emotions, lift spirits and assist sleep.

Benefits
  • Boosts mood
  • Fights bacteria
  • Eases irritation
Marjoram Origanum marjorana

Marjoram

Origanum marjorana

Helps soothe irritated skin and a tummy in distress.

Part of the oregano family, Marjoram has been used for centuries to treat digestive disorders and as an antiseptic. Known for its anti-inflammatory and anti-bacterial properties, the herb helps heal skin irritation and soothe the digestive tract. Its relaxing aroma improves sleep and relieves tension.

Benefits
  • Encourages bowel movements
  • Provides tension relief and rest
  • Soothes the digestive tract
Bulb Onion Allium cepa

Bulb Onion

Allium cepa

Soothes aches and supports the heart.

To the Egyptians, it was a symbol of eternity; to the Greeks, an Olympic performance enhancer; to the Romans, a cure for toothaches. Today, it’s valued for its anti-microbial, anti-inflammatory and cardioprotective effects as well as for its rich Quercetin levels, a powerful antioxidant that acts like an antihistamine.

Benefits
  • Relieves runny nose
  • earache and headache
  • Fights tooth decay
  • Improves heart health
Curly Dock Rumex crispus

Curly Dock

Rumex crispus

Works wonders on tickling and congestion.

Curly Dock is a powerful herb used by ancient Greeks and Romans in their healing practices. The root was boiled and applied topically to ease itches. Today, it’s used to tackle tickling noses and congestion. The leaves of this edible plant are wavy and worthy of salads.

Benefits
  • Eases coughs
  • Reduces itching
  • Helps heal sores
Remedies with Curly Dock
Calcium from Limestone

Calcium from Limestone

Relieves pain and restores a foundation of health.

Formed from the accumulated shells of marine life, Limestone provides a crystalline form of the mineral calcium. Calcium from Limestone is used in the natural remedy tradition to fight ear inflammation and alleviate pain.

Benefits
  • Eases throbbing ear pain
  • Strengthens bones
  • Regulates blood pressure
Remedies with Calcium from Limestone
Garlic Clove Allium sativum

Garlic Clove

Allium sativum

Eases ear pain on the spot.

Over the centuries, garlic has been used for many things from fighting infections to fortifying Olympic athletes and Roman soldiers. With modern science confirming its anti-inflammatory and antibacterial properties, Garlic is now used as a natural antibiotic alternative to treat ear infections and pain.

Benefits
  • Antimicrobial
  • Anti-inflammatory or Anti-fungal
  • Relieves pain
Remedies with Garlic Clove
Mullein Flower Verbascum thapsus

Mullein Flower

Verbascum thapsus

Soothing ear aches for generations.

One of the oldest known medicinal plants, Mullein has been used as an ear remedy for generations. Over time, it gained even more popularity because of its anti-inflammatory, antibacterial and antiviral potential. Today, it’s used to soothe ear pain and the respiratory tract. Mullein is derived from a Latin word for soft.

Benefits
  • Alleviates pain
  • Soothes inflammation
  • Encourages healthy respiration
Remedies with Mullein Flower
Bitter Orange Citrus aurantium

Bitter Orange

Citrus aurantium

This bitter is better for calming digestion and stress.

Bitter Orange has been used in Europe for over a thousand years. It was also valued by the Amazon natives for indigestion, in Ayurveda Medicine for stomach troubles, and in Chinese Herbal Medicine for constipation. Rich in Vitamin C, anti-inflammatory flavonoids, and relaxing limonene, it is therapeutically effective in settling digestion.

Benefits
  • Improves digestive health
  • Reduces stress
  • Alleviates heartburn
Remedies with Bitter Orange
Nutmeg Myristica fragrans

Nutmeg

Myristica fragrans

The sought-after spice for settling stomachs.

350 years ago, the Dutch traded Manhattan to the British for an island that would give them monopoly over Nutmeg! This sought-after spice has long been in high demand, used by ancient and modern physicians alike to treat gastric problems such as indigestion and flatulence.

Benefits
  • Eases pressure
  • gas and colic pains
  • Relieves stomach aches
  • Aids digestion and acidity
Remedies with Nutmeg
Tangerine Citrus tangerina

Tangerine

Citrus tangerina

A natural belly balancer for tummy harmony.

Named after the city of Tangier, Tangerine has been easing upset stomachs for ages. It maintains proper digestive flow and restores optimal balance of acid and bile. With excess acids under control, the tummy remains tranquil. Rich in vitamins and nutrients, tangerine oil delivers the antioxidant and anti-inflammatory benefits of the fruit.

Benefits
  • Balances acid and bile levels
  • Antioxidant properties
  • Helps fight infections
Remedies with Tangerine
Wild Yam Dioscorea villosa

Wild Yam

Dioscorea villosa

Wildly soothing, it’s called Colic Root for a reason.

Early Americans used it to treat colic, the reason for its other name, Colic Root. Today, Wild Yam is used as a soothing antispasmodic to treat baby colic, upset stomachs, muscle spasms and pain. With its powerful medicinal properties, it can bring prompt relief to abdominal issues.

Benefits
  • Eases colic pains
  • Relieves stomach upset
  • Acts as an antispasmodic
Remedies with Wild Yam
Cucumber Cucumis sativus

Cucumber

Cucumis sativus

Serious soothing that cools, clears, and calms.

Its cooling sensation has been used in ancient medicine and beauty remedies to treat irritation and itchy eyes. Rich in vitamin C and caffeic acid (which help diminish puffiness around the eyes), Cucumber moisturizes skin and soothes flare-ups. One of the world’s oldest cultivated vegetables, it’s a staple of the Mediterranean diet.

Benefits
  • Soothes puffy skin
  • Cools and calms burning and itchy sensations
  • Promotes hydration
Remedies with Cucumber
Eyebright Euphrasia rostkoviana

Eyebright

Euphrasia rostkoviana

Calms irritated eyes and other allergy symptoms.

Ancient Greeks used it to bring joyful relief from eye irritation. The Latin name comes from the word for gladness while its common name “Eyebright” suggests its ocular benefits. The herb is loaded with nutrient essentials for bright, healthy eyes: vitamins A, C, D, and B, minerals, Quercetin and essential fatty acids.

Benefits
  • Helps calm allergies
  • Soothes itchy
  • irritated eyes
  • Packed with powerful nutrients for eyes
Remedies with Eyebright
Myrtle Myrtus communis

Myrtle

Myrtus communis

Clears congestion, combats germs and quells pain.

Once dedicated to the Roman goddess Venus and revered in ancient medicine for its curative properties, Myrtle today is more appreciated than ever. It has the power to banish germs, congestion and pain thanks to its antibacterial and analgesic properties.

Benefits
  • Fights bacteria from colds
  • Clears up congestion
  • Alleviates pain
Remedies with Myrtle
Rue Ruta graveolens

Rue

Ruta graveolens

An eye-soothing herb that eases itches and aches.

Medicine has had its eye on Rue for centuries. It was used in European pharmacopoeia to strengthen eyes and Michaelangelo and DaVinci were its most famous fans. Modern science confirms it contains the flavonoid rutin, which fortifies capillaries for improved circulation. It also has soothing antispasmodic properties to relieve muscle spasms and irritation.

Benefits
  • Eases eye aches
  • Relieves itching and burning
  • Calms muscle spasms
Remedies with Rue
Arnica Arnica montana

Arnica

Arnica montana

Tried-and-true relief for sprains, bruises and aches.

A golden treasure from the mountains, this medicinal wildflower has been used for centuries to treat sprains, bruises and muscle aches. The name is said to come from the Greek word for lamb, “arni”, because of the plant’s soft, furry leaves.

Benefits
  • Reduces bruising
  • Calms swelling
  • Antibacterial properties
Remedies with Arnica
Carrot Seed Daucus carota

Carrot Seed

Daucus carota

A purifying powerhouse that fights bacteria and nourishes skin.

AKA Queen Anne’s Lace, the white medicinal flower belongs to the carrot family and nourishes skin with protective pro-vitamin A. Used as a skin poultice in 17th century medicine, its antibacterial and healing effects have been validated today.

Benefits
  • Fights infections and fungi
  • Moisturizes and protects skin
  • Promotes skin’s natural healing process
Remedies with Carrot Seed
Marigold Calendula officinalis

Marigold

Calendula officinalis

Powerful healing from a brilliant golden flower.

A medicinal Mediterranean native flower used since the 12th century, Marigold helps heal cuts, bruises and irritation. Its soothing reparative properties have been attributed to anti-inflammatory linoleic actives along with its ability to increase blood flow, which helps mend wounds faster.

Benefits
  • Helps heal cuts and scrapes
  • Antiviral support
  • Reparative properties
Petitgrain Citrus aurantium

Petitgrain

Citrus aurantium

Its soothing effect puts restless nerves at ease.

Distilled from the leaves and branches of Bitter Orange, Petitgrain was used in ancient apothecaries as a calmant. Bursting with Vitamin C (which helps skin heal), this soothing citrus is also a good source of synephrine (which encourages relaxation and rest). Its fresh, uplifting aroma brings on a state of calm.

Benefits
  • Soothes the nervous system
  • Improves mood
  • Promotes peaceful sleep
Remedies with Petitgrain
Marsh Labrador Tea Rhododendron tomentosum

Marsh Labrador Tea

Rhododendron tomentosum

Soothes itching and irritation from bug bites.

Marsh Labrador Tea has been used for hundreds of years to soothe insect bites, help ward off bugs and treat a range of skin problems. Thanks to its analgesic and antimicrobial properties, the skin-soothing herb relieves itches, stings and bumps, especially irritation caused by insects.

Benefits
  • Soothes insect bites
  • rashes and redness
  • Relieves itching
  • Moistens skin
Remedies with Marsh Labrador Tea
Small Nettle Urtica urens

Small Nettle

Urtica urens

An age-old remedy for itchy skin.

While many Nettle varieties have tiny spines that sting, they also make their own antidote that helps reduce skin inflammation. Rich in Quercetin, a flavonoid with an anti-allergic effect, Nettle helps relieve itching associated with hay fever and allergies.

Benefits
  • Provides itch relief
  • Eases joint pain
  • Helps with hay fever
Remedies with Small Nettle