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  • Candice Brown

    Homemade, natural healing salve. Like Neosporin . Crunchy Betty is awesome!

  • Susan Barber

    Homemade "neosporin", but not. :) Healing salve for scrapes and burns.

  • Tabitha Lambert

    A recipe for a homemade, all-natural healing salve for minor scrapes and burns, which uses coconut oil, grapeseed oil, chamomile and calendula, beeswax, and honey. From Crunchy Betty.

  • Sasha Shelton

    Healing Salve for Minor Scrapes and Burns ■1/2 c. coconut oil (or olive oil) ■1/2 c. grapeseed oil (or olive oil) ■1/2 c. healing herbs of your choice (chamomile, calendula, comfrey, lavender, plantain leaves) ■4 Tbsp beeswax ■2 tsp honey ■15 drops lavender essential oil (optional) Infuse the oils and herbs over low heat on a double boiler for 30 minutes. Strain the herbs. Add beeswax. Pour the mixture into a sterile container and add essential oil. Stir in the honey.

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