Eczema Salve Recipe

Submitted By:

Patience

Summary:

This salve uses herbs that help treat eczema. I know several people that this salve has helped very much.

Ingredients:

*1-1/2 c. olive oil
*1-1/2 c. grapeseed oil
*1/8 c. dried echinacea leaf or root
*1/8 c. dried lavender buds
*1/8 c. dried chamomile flowers
*1/8 c. dried dandelion leaves
*1/8 c. dried comfrey leaf
*1 oz beeswax *12 drops Lavender Essential Oil
*18 drops Tea Tree Essential Oil
*12 drops Grapefruit Essential Oil
*5 drops Jasmine Essential Oil
*5 drops Grapefruit seed extract

Instructions:

Place dried herbs into crock pot. Pour olive and grapeseed oils over herbs. Heat on low for approximately 4 hours. Strain, discard herbs, reserve oil. Place in saucepan and add beeswax. Stir over low heat until wax melts. Add essential oils and extract. Pour into 1 oz. jars.
*Approx. 14 jars.



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