Belle Harbor Native Receives Patent
The U.S. Patent and Trademark Office has granted local resident Noreen Mulvanerty, a Board Certified Family Nurse Practitioner and Herbalist, a patent for her revolutionary healing herbal first aid spray, Omyst. The one ounce spray expedites healing of a wide array of skin conditions, including burns, scratches, scrapes, rashes, insect bites, bed bug bites, eczema, poison ivy, stings, as well as sutures, psoriasis and shingles.
U.S. Patent number 8,128,973 B2 officially describes Omyst as a ‘medicated skin care preparation for promoting wound healing.’
Omyst is composed of 100 percent organically grown, ethically wild-crafted and solar dried calendula, yarrow, plantain and wild roses in alcohol. These herbs have been scientifically researched and found to be safe and effective among people of all ages and even pets.
Mulvanerty worked diligently to create the spray over the course of five years of research.
In a statement Mulvanerty said, ‘I am so very proud that Herbal Intervention’s Omyst has received a patent from the United States. Patenting Omyst is a milestone in Herbal Intervention’s global mission to revolutionize the healing of wounds and reduction of preventable infections in every home around the world.” Mulvanerty continued, “Many hands sowed many seeds to create our medicine that is as safe as it is effective in the healing of a vast array of skin ailments. We are committed to using powerful healing plants to create medicines that facilitate healing with minimum costs to patients in a world that is very ill divided.”
Herbal Intervention, LLC was founded in 2001 by Noreen Mulvanerty (RN, MSN, FNP-BC, PLLC) to provide holistic medical care for individuals seeking to improve the quality of their health. The company is headquartered in the Rockaways.
In addition to being a medical/herbal consultant firm, they also create their own range of plant-based medicines using wild-crafted plants; Omyst is their first fully patented formula.