Ideal Bite

July 2009

“Searching for the Holy Grail of first aid? Just whip out omyst, an herbal spray that soothes nasty cuts, stitches, burns, itchy bites, eczema and even poison ivy”

Mama on a Green Mission

November 2011

“I am very particular on what I use on my children after reading what some products contain. Omyst is made of all natural ingredients that are organically grown. I love that about this first aid spray, just knowing that I can trust putting it on my children and I have it in our first aid kit is comforting.”

Red Sox Mommy

November 2011

“Going organic is the hip and healthy thing to do these days. If you’re one of those looking to improve your family’s lives through natural products then you’re going to want to pay attention. Because now you can treat your family’s cuts, scrapes, burns and insect bites with a spray that is 100% organically grown and eco-friendly. What is this spray? It’s Omyst.”


November 2011

“Ouch, eek, wahhh! Whether you hear it on the playground, soccer field or after too much ball in the house – as a parent, these sounds often compose the soundtrack to your life. Helping to silence your woes while soothing your kids’ aches, scraps, cuts, burns and bites is your entire first-aid kit in a bottle: Omyst.”

Spa Finder

November 2011

“Completely non-toxic and safe for everyone, infants, children and the elderly, you can be sure that I’ll have this in my first aid cabinet from here on out.”

A Mom’s Take

November 2011

“Omyst is a Healing Herbal First Aid Spray that is made up of a mix of herbal extracts! This spray delivers a soothing, antibacterial, and restorative constituents to aid in the healing process of superficial wounds, insect bites, minor rashes, minor burns and scars.”

November 2011

“New York family nurse practitioner Noreen Mulvanerty, 50, used to work in emergency rooms. She says she’s received plenty of memorable gifts over the years but there’s one she’ll never forget. It was from a young, out-of-town house painter who had fallen 10 feet from a scaffold, lacerated his liver and landed in intensive care with no friends or family around.

“I visited him every day,” she said. “Finally he was released and a week later he returned with a dozen red roses and chocolate. He came in and picked me up and said, ‘I love you like my mother!'”

November 2011

“Omyst is safe to treat anyone in your family from your baby to your grandmother. The ingredients are natural and non-toxic. We all need more non-toxic items in our homes. I for one am tired of chemical laden products with skull and cross bone warnings.”

The Fashionable Bambino

November 2011

“This product will help to soothe your child’s scrapes, cuts, and basically any minor ailment! It’s a first aid kit in a bottle. AND? It’s eco-friendly!”

Associated Content

November 2011

“This fine mist spray made with 100-percent organically grown herbs dries quickly and doesn’t leave behind the residue one often finds with thicker ointments”

Tiny Green Mom

November 2011

“This soothing & healing 100% organic herbal first aid spray is a dream come true! Simply spray on the infected area – no need to mess with sticky, gooey creams and gels when you need relief!”

The Fashion Guru Zine

October 2011

“I was recently getting a manicure when the nail tech decided to slay my poor cuticles. Luckily I had Omyst on-hand and thankfully it was able to nurse the cut”

Arms of a Sister

October 2011

“This product will go in our emergency bag with the first aid stuff. Because I can’t afford to have to first aid kits, all of our first aid items are in our emergency bag, and as the items get low, I refill them in there.”

Green Trust

October 2011

“I had a wicked set of red ant bites. Just in time, this spray showed up in my mailbox, and it took away the sting, redness, and swelling.”

The Wave

January 2008

“The first product that Mulvanerty developed as an herbalist is omyst, a healing herbal first aid spray, which, she says, has been tested on more than 2,000 patients and has been clinically proven to aid in the treatment of minor cuts, burns, scratches, rashes, insect bites, stings and sutures.”

The Clinical Letter for Nurse Practitioners

November/December 2000

Integration of Complementary Therapies in Managing Anxiety and Transient Insomnia
by. Joanne K. Singleton, PhD, RN, CS, FNP and Noreen Mulvanerty, MS, RN, CS, FNP

Irish Voice

August 2008

“It was during her shifts at various emergency rooms in the city that Mulvanerty saw how infections were rampant… Seeing infection after infection Mulvanerty decided to come up with her own herbal medicine and over time she developed omyst”

Natural Awakenings

August 2010

“This revolutionary spray has been clinically proven to aid in the treatment of minor cuts, burns, scratches, rashes, insect bites, stings and sutures”

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