Devil’s Club Products

Made in Sitka by Pauline Duncan

Devil’s Club Gift Pack, $20.00 plus S&H

Devil’s Club Salve, $18.00 plus S&H

Devil’s Club (Oplopanax horridus) is a member of the Ginseng family of plants.  Devil’s Club is thought to contain medicinal properties and has been used by Alaska Natives for hundreds of years as a pain reliever, a treatment for infections, a medicinal tea and more.

  • Devil’s Club Oil recommended and used like an ointment. Spreads easily for sensitive skin. Oil is fully concentrated with Devil’s Club, canola vitamin and tea tree oil and aloe.
  • Menthol Devil’s Club Ointment – a deep heat rub, for congestion and sore muscles. Contains menthol crystals and should not be used on open cuts, burns, wounds.
  • Devil’s Club – Red clover Lip Balm – Recommended as a lip moisturizer.
  • Devil’s Club Spruce Pitch Ointment – Recommended for minor/major skin conditions. The pitch is combined with the Devil’s Club and the pitch contains healing agents for infections and minor skin conditions. Commonly used to treat minor burns, shingles, cold sores, bug bites, arthritis, and other skin conditions.

Most of the Devil’s club products contain the following; spruce pitch canola oil, aloe vera, vitamin E, tea tree oil, spruce pitch, comfrey, chick weed, cocoa utter, red clover, & beeswax.
(Disclaimer – recommended for external use. The F.D.A. has not evaluated these statements.)

About the Maker

Pauline Duncan is a retired first grade teacher at Baranof Elementary School in Sitka Alaska and served the Alaska school district for 27 years.  Pauline was one of the first Native teachers certified in Alaska. Her Tlingit name is Gaaw, and she is of the Eagle-Bear clan and Valley House of Angoon.  She is the mother of five children and grandmother of seven.  As an Alaska Native, Pauline was concerned about the loss of her language, so she set about finding a way to stimulate an interest in learning the Tlingit language in her own classroom.

With the help of her grandchildren and husband, Pauline has published many booklets, informational sheets and tapes sharing her knowledge of the Tlingit language and a cookbook of Tlingit recipes.  Additionally, she shares her culture through weaving cedar baskets and beading jewelry using cedar seeds.

Please call (907) 738-3766 to order.