3 NEW All~Purpose Healing Salve BLENDS!

July 25, 2013 151 Comments

3 NEW All~Purpose Healing Salve BLENDS!

 

Camp Wander's All Purpose Healing Salve has been proving it's usefulness for sometime now with it's completely natural healing, softening and antiseptic properties. I have more great news!  I've added 3 new blends that put this workhorse of a salve to even more good uses, from wound care to wrinkle softening!

One recipe of All Purpose Healing Salve and a few select essential oils can make up to FIVE - 4 oz custom blends by changing the essential oils in the basic recipe {click here}.  Mix and match salves!

 

 

The base of the salve is organic, unrefined virgin coconut oil and olive oil with beeswax and vitamin e oil.  Coconut oil is a natural healer and moisturizer with antibacterial properties of it's own.  But the real star of the show is lauric acid, a chemical compound found in mother's breast milk.  Olive oil contains antioxidants like hydroxytyrosol and offers anti-inflammatory properties.

 

Naked Salve (salve base)

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One recipe will fill up to FIVE - 4 oz glass jam jars.
 

1  Cup Organic Virgin Coconut Oil {my favorite brand}
1  Cup Organic Olive Oil
4  T. Beeswax Pastilles (generous)

Slowly melt the coconut, olive oil and beeswax in a mason jar, in a warm bath, stirring with a knife every few minutes until melted. While waiting for the melt, line up {five} 4 oz jam jars with your EOs nearby.

Decide which of the blends you want to create and add the essential oils to each jar before filling.

Now you're ready to fill each jar with the melted coconut and olive oil stopping a half inch from the rim.  Let cool until the salve hardens.  Top with a paper towel while cooling.  Secure lid tightly after the salve hardens.

Anti-Age Salve Blend ____________________________

Frankincense, Lavender and Cypress combined create an effective anti-aging blend that I've used and LOVED for quite some time now.

 

With a blend of Frankincense, Lavender and Cypress your face & body will benefit from their regenerative properties as well as the extra moisturizing properties of coconut and olive oil.

Add 12 drops of each essential oil per one 4 oz jar.

 

 

L.L.P. Allergy Salve Blend ______________________________

 

Lemon, Lavender and Peppermint combined is an all natural anti-histamine with far reaching benefits!  I'm convinced that many chronic issues are a result of an allergic reaction to toxins that we're all exposed to everyday.  The L.L.P. Allergy Blend has proven itself to be a powerful ally for many!

Especially beneficial for allergies that manifest themselves through skin outbreaks or chronic itching.  L.L.P. Allergy Salve can complement your daily L.L.P. allergy protocol along with the added attributes of skin softening, soothing and the antibacterial properties of Lemon, Lavender and Peppermint.

Why not add the L.L.P. Allergy blend to your salve in addition to your other applications, allowing even more opportunity for the healing effects of the Lemon, Lavender and Peppermint antihistamine protocol.

Add 30 drops per 4 oz jar.

 

Aches & Pain Blend

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Muscle soreness, tight tendons, headaches, joint pain from arthritis, growing pains, back pain and any other general aches and pains that life may present you.

 

Birch, the most powerful essential oil for pain relief with natural aspirin qualities is available to make your own powerful Icy Hot - like pain reliever is a reality.  Pure Birch essential oil is hard to come by and in high demand for a reason - natural pain relief.  Combine Birch for pain, White Fir for inflammation and Frankincense to further enhance the properties of all three essential oils, driving them deeper into the affected tissue.

Add 30 drops Birch, 10 drops Frankincense, 10 drops White Fir per 4 oz jar.  

 

CW All Purpose Salves are simple to make, versatile and effective.  Make your own and let them part of your Wellness Arsenal. Crafted with pure plant essence, super healthy coconut oil and emollient olive oil you can look younger, dress a wound, calm a child, alleviate allergies and SO much more!
1 cw round 150

 




100 Responses

Danielle
Danielle

May 10, 2017

Not silly! I was wondering the same! :D

Jan Hunnicutt
Jan Hunnicutt

May 10, 2017

Thank you Rebecca! I’ve made your first healing salve and it’s nice. We live in Arizona and when I first made it I was surprised that it wasn’t harder, I know our climate has a lot to do with that. I warmed it and added just a little more beeswax =) Great stuff and I can’t wait to make these!

brogers88
brogers88

May 10, 2017

Maybe a silly question, but do you mix/stir it all together once everything has been added to the jars or just let it sit to cool? Looking forward to making these. Thanks!

Rebecca
Rebecca

May 10, 2017

Once you pour the melted coconut and olive oil on top of the essential oils that you already added to each jar, you won’t need to stir because they’ll get mixed in but you can for peace of mind :))

karenyott
karenyott

May 10, 2017

Hi Rebecca – For the last several months, I’m waking up in the middle of the night having trouble breathing – due to something I’m allergic to in my room. Even tho we are planning on purchasing new pillow and a mattress, I was going crazy. Last nite was the first time in a long time I really slept. I took a capsule and filled it with 3 drops each of LLP. Then I made the salve and slathered it on my feet – I wasnt taking any chances. IT WORKED! IT WORKED! plus my hands and feet are super soft today! I can’t wait to make the others!

Bridget
Bridget

May 10, 2017

Bless you and thank you for sharing!

Jenn Sallout
Jenn Sallout

May 10, 2017

My daughter gets eczema around her eyes from her winter allergies. The base sounds like it would help a lot with that. Any tips on what oils might help as well?

Melissa
Melissa

May 10, 2017

8 drops Lavender
6 drops Lemon
4 drops Melaleuca

Rebecca
Rebecca

May 10, 2017

I would use the L.L.P. blend for hot flashes Sara.

Sara
Sara

May 10, 2017

Just wondering which essential oils you would add to this salve for hot flashes and waking up all night…..

Phatchick
Phatchick

May 10, 2017

Hi Rebecca, I start my day with you everyday and am hoping you have an answer for a problem i have been having for 9 months. I have an anal fissure. I went to a medical doctor after suffering with pain for about a month. He suggested nitroglycerine cream which is an RX he gave me. After suffering i reluctantly tried it and it did not work. Can you suggest an essential oil and method to use to heal the fissure? Thanks for your help.

Rebecca
Rebecca

May 10, 2017

Thanks Jan!

Rebecca
Rebecca

May 10, 2017

I buy mine from Amazon, I can’t find them locally!

Daisy Patch
Daisy Patch

May 10, 2017

Thank you so much! I have everything to make lotion bars out of beeswax and coconut oil and was trying to figure out what essentials oils I wanted to mix in. I can’t thank you enough!

Mimi
Mimi

May 10, 2017

Could I ask what brand of beeswax pastilles you use? I am ordering them from Amazon and I see in some of the reviews that some people have trouble with the smell of some of them.

Shannon Carroll
Shannon Carroll

May 10, 2017

Where do you purchase your beeswax?

Melit Cash
Melit Cash

May 10, 2017

@Dawnelle – the Vit E, a powerful antioxidant. It will help extend the shelf life of a carrier oil-keep it from going rancid. But it is not a preservative. Hope this help!

Rebecca
Rebecca

May 10, 2017

Thanks Alison :)) I think this is an excellent idea of yours…should be effective for your Frenchie. If you have a cat, another story! Just remember cats do not tolerate citrus oils.

Alison
Alison

May 10, 2017

Rebecca,

I’ve made the All Purpose Healing Salve and love it. I’m going to make the LLP next for pup. He’s a Frenchie and has terrible allergies. I’d be willing to give it try internally for him, but would be concerned over the dosing. He’s only 28lbs. I figured I’d try the salve first to see if it helps alleviate some of the itching. He’s on a prescription allergy med as well, but not one with steroids in it. Have you heard of anyone trying it on dogs?

Thank you for all you do here. I can’t wait to give the LLP a try. I need more Beeswax first….

Rebecca
Rebecca

May 10, 2017

You’re welcome!

Rebecca
Rebecca

May 10, 2017

I usually buy the organic pastilles :))

Danielle
Danielle

May 10, 2017

How do you feel about using these products during pregnancy? Including the blemish balm with tea tree and lavender. I read many conflicting things. A lot of skin care lines have essential oils in them that are specific to pregnant women, and then I read stay away from essential oils if you are pregnant. Frustrating.

Abby Neal
Abby Neal

May 10, 2017

Thank you!! :)

Alison
Alison

May 10, 2017

Yay! I had enough beeswax to make one jar of the LLP. It’s cooling and I’m going to have my hubby try it tonight, and I’ll be trying on my Frenchie.

Rebecca
Rebecca

May 10, 2017

The EO amounts for the antiseptic recipe above is for ONE jar :))

Abby Neal
Abby Neal

May 10, 2017

Is the recipe for the antiseptic for one jar or for four jars?

Wade MacMorrighan
Wade MacMorrighan

May 10, 2017

Rebecca, what a fabulous post! I am a Herbalist, so I’d be interested to see what sources you may have consulted concerning the anti-aging benefits of EOs.

All my best,
Wade

Rebecca
Rebecca

May 10, 2017

Danielle, I understand that it’s very confusing…so much conflicting information out there for pregnant women. You need to follow your instincts here, if you’re using a pure plant essence without additives or pesticides I believe you’re fine to use any doTERRA oil. Peppermint shouldn’t be used in the 3rd trimester however because it can cause milk reduction. My daughters have all used doTERRA EOs all through their pregnancies and benefited greatly. I’d like to recommend an excellent book to you…written by a midwife who uses doTERRA EOs for pregnancy, labor and birth, an excellent book!

http://www.amazon.com/Essential-Oils-Pregnancy-Birth-Babies/dp/0985528001/ref=sr_1_1?ie=UTF8&qid=1360768560&sr=8-1&keywords=stephanie+fritz

Rebecca
Rebecca

May 10, 2017

My advice to start with TINY amounts of EO mixed with carrier oil. Taking the LLV Pack will help you ease the sensitivity too I believe but, always listen to your body :))

fanny arbuckle
fanny arbuckle

May 10, 2017

I seem to be overly sensitive for some reason to using oils neet so I have mixed them with a carrier. It still seems to effect me when I put it on my neck/shoulders for muscle tension and headache. Any suggestions on how to get benefits from the oils applying to my body externally? I take LLV daily and really want the oils to work for me on headaches and muscle aches.
Thank you in advance!!

Cindy Giacolone
Cindy Giacolone

May 10, 2017

What exactly will the pastilles do? Does it make it more oily or more solid?
Thank you for your help, I love your site!

Rebecca
Rebecca

May 10, 2017

Cindy, you can use grated beeswax too but you’ll have to experiment with the amount, I’ve always used pastilles so I can’t give you exact measurement.

My daughters use Healing Salve all the time for diaper rash and dry patches on babies and kids alike…it’s great!

Cindy Giacolone
Cindy Giacolone

May 10, 2017

Would it make a difference if you used solid beeswax grated, or does it have to be pastillies?
Also would this recipe be good for diaper cream with meleluca and or on guard. Thought it would be better then all the chemicals in the other cream!

Thank you
Cindy

Rebecca
Rebecca

May 10, 2017

There isn’t a rule of thumb except to start with fewer drops then work up to more if needed. We all accept essential oils differently, it basically comes down to what works best for YOU :)

dee capovilla
dee capovilla

May 10, 2017

Hi ya Rebecca, thanks for the post :)
and thanks for your face cleansing recipe too! I made it for myself about 2 weeks ago, I’ve already noticed the benefit but have still to make it through the adjustment period ;)
I’m mid-30 and have really sensitive skin so I only used the lavendar essential oil to play it safe. As you had used 3 drops each of 4 eo’s, I decided to use 9 drops of the lavendar eo.
I just wanted to check with you about quantity of eo drops per batch. What would be the maximum amount of drops? And is there a rule of thumb for facial products?
Many thanks,
Dee

fanny arbuckle
fanny arbuckle

May 10, 2017

Hi! Hope I can still get an answer to my question:

Can you add more beeswax to the recipe to make it a little more “solid”?
My kids think it is a little too oily and they really need it for their hands- lots of dishwashing and handwashing in their jobs!
Thank you for your help!

The Hall Family
The Hall Family

May 10, 2017

Thanks!

Rebecca
Rebecca

May 10, 2017

You can certainly alter this recipe to your needs. I like a salve consistency as well as the whole properties of cold pressed, extra virgin olive oil. Even in the refrigerator, fractionated FCO won’t solidify…and there’ no need otherwise to refrigerate the salve. All this said, have fun with it and experiment…make it what you want it to be :))

The Hall Family
The Hall Family

May 10, 2017

Can you make this without the beeswax? I know it won’t really be a solid salve, but is there another reason to use the beeswax? What if you use not fractionated coconut oil and just keep it in the fridge? I’m new at this. :)

Rebecca
Rebecca

May 10, 2017

The beeswax, whether in pastille form or grated gives the salve stability.

Rebecca
Rebecca

May 10, 2017

Wade, thank you! Frankincense and Lavender have clinical studies to back the anti-aging claim, linking them to regeneration and restoration of tissue. Frankincense even has anti-cancer properties. Cypress is very beneficial for good circulation.

Rebecca
Rebecca

May 10, 2017

Yes, I would just add another part to the recipe…with Helichrysum :))

Rebecca
Rebecca

May 10, 2017

It is a salve…but, feel free to add a little more beeswax if you like :))

The Farm-Marm
The Farm-Marm

May 10, 2017

I’m wondering if for the “Imortelle” blend what ratio you would add the Helichrysum and Rose. I have the Heli. on hand. I don’t yet have the Imortelle blend and would like to test this original blend. Would they both just be at the same ratio as the Lavender, Frank., and Cypress?

steelerswench
steelerswench

May 10, 2017

do you have to use glass for the salve? I bought some plastic salve containers from Aroma Tools. Can I use them?

Rebecca
Rebecca

May 10, 2017

Kay, you can use any EOs you like in a the Healing Salve. Perhaps substitute the Lavender with Frankincense as it has much the same properties as Lavender and then some!

Rebecca
Rebecca

May 10, 2017

My apologies for this very late reply! I would use Lavender and Frankincense together 2x daily.

Kay Parent
Kay Parent

May 10, 2017

but what if you are allergic to lavendar? so far all these wonderful salves would make me ill :-( i’m extremely sensitive to smelling or handling lavender. is there something to use in place of it?

Rebecca
Rebecca

May 10, 2017

I recommend making the basic All Purpose Healing Blend with Lemon, Lavender and Melaleuca for this, its very gentle and effective :))

teamhud
teamhud

May 10, 2017

Of the four salve blends, which do you think would be the best for a small child with occasional eczema? It doesn’t seem to have any pattern/allergy to it; small spots just show up randomly on legs and belly. Thanks!

Rebecca
Rebecca

May 10, 2017

I’ve used plastic sample containers for the salve…it’s not a PERFECT choice but should be fine. The ratio of EOs is small compared to the coconut and olive oil :))

Cindy Kocemba
Cindy Kocemba

May 10, 2017

I am wondering about using neem oil in your salve. My husband has psoriasis and this oil is recommended. Thanks

H
H

May 10, 2017

I am waiting for my lemon to come in. In the mean time, would another citrus work? I have orange verbena…would that be similar enough?

teamhud
teamhud

May 10, 2017

Thank you! Her skin is pretty bad right now, so I will definitely be making a batch tomorrow!

teamhud
teamhud

May 10, 2017

I bought my pastilles from www.mountainroseherbs.com. $12.50 for a one pound bag. The smell isn’t very strong. All I smell in the salve I made are the oils I put in.

Joelle Amaya
Joelle Amaya

May 10, 2017

What company do you buy your pastilles from? I have read a couple of different sites with reviews and the one complaint is smell. Any suggestions?

kimlou
kimlou

May 10, 2017

I read through the comments to see if you already explained this and didn’t see an answer (I apologize if I missed it).

For the LLP version you wrote “Add 30 drops to one 4 oz jar.” 30 drops of each oil?

glomo3
glomo3

May 10, 2017

The first batch I made of the all purpose healing salve, months ago, did not have the vit E. I noticed that it turned a little ‘skunky’ smelling after a while. Do you think the vit E would help that? I thought it may have been a chemical reaction from putting my fingers in the jar.

Rebecca
Rebecca

May 10, 2017

http://www.amazon.com/Beeswax-Organic-Pastilles-White-100%25/dp/B006LTTBMW/ref=sr_1_2?ie=UTF8&qid=1374811821&sr=8-2&keywords=beeswax+pastilles

Phyllis
Phyllis

May 10, 2017

Can you use soy wax instead of beeswax? What’s the difference?

Rebecca
Rebecca

May 10, 2017

Thanks Lara :)

Rebecca
Rebecca

May 10, 2017

Steffanie, PURE Birch EO is hard to find…that’s why we’re so excited to have the opportunity that Spark Naturals is offering, they’ve found a GREAT source in Canada AND have priced it fairly. It is limited though, there won’t be continuous a supply because it’s in small production.

Birch should not be overused, however…when diluted with carrier or mixed in a blend AND used in moderation it’s a lifesaver for many. Deep bone pain can be relieved with Birch, as well as arthritis flare ups, carpal tunnel etc. As with any OTC pain reliever…good sense must be practiced but I think it would unfortunate to be scared off by prudent caution, just my opinion though :)

The Farm-Marm
The Farm-Marm

May 10, 2017

Thank you! Sorry for the late response of gratitude!!

Lara Thrash
Lara Thrash

May 10, 2017

It’s 30 drops of the LLP blend (you can buy it premixed from Spark Naturals) or 10 drops each of lemon, lavender, and peppermint.

Steffanie Liebman
Steffanie Liebman

May 10, 2017

Hello! :-)
I love your blog! Thanks so much for all of your great tips!!
I read that birch and wintergreen essential oils were not to be used more than just a few days at a time & could easily be overused and would cause problems…. I went to mountain rose herbs for more info, but they don’t carry either one, which made me hesitant to use them. What are your thoughts or have you read anything similar?? Thank you!! :-)

Ris
Ris

May 10, 2017

I made my first healing salve. Smells good. Gave half to my church member who is suffering from skin problems. Hope this will help him. Thanks Rebecca.

Lisa Jo Denman Foster
Lisa Jo Denman Foster

May 10, 2017

How long does it take for the salve to get firm?

Andrea Merida
Andrea Merida

May 10, 2017

What would you recommend as a blend to use this salve for endometriosis pain? Thank you so much!

tammy
tammy

May 10, 2017

Do you sell your salve? Thank you.

Steffanie Liebman
Steffanie Liebman

May 10, 2017

Thank you so much! I value your opinion! :-)

Rebecca
Rebecca

May 10, 2017

I let it sit 12 hrs before sealing with the lid…just to make sure all the moisture gets out and the middle has cooled.

Rebecca
Rebecca

May 10, 2017

Yes, I do!

If you’re interested you can contact me at rebecca@campwander.com

Amanda
Amanda

May 10, 2017

I wanted to make that aches and pain blend but I don’t have any birch, do you think it would work well with lemongrass, white fir and frankincense?

Pat
Pat

May 10, 2017

I’m really enjoying the anti-aging salve and the healing blend. Thank you for sharing it. I will be showing a group of ladies at our ladies retreat how to make the anti-aging salve. They will all go home with a 1 oz, glass jar of it. I will need to charge for the oils and glass jar used. Do you have any idea what would be a fair fee? I don’t want to make anything on this, just cover my cost. TIA
Pat

monicaminx
monicaminx

May 10, 2017

Hello! First off, I love these salves!!

-how much vitamin e oil would need to be added for extended shelf life

-can grape seed oil be used in place of the olive oil I know its a silly question since they are both carrier oils, but grape seed is a lot less ‘heavy’ so I don’t know if it’d matter..?

Rebecca
Rebecca

May 10, 2017

Have fun!!

Amanda
Amanda

May 10, 2017

Thank you! My mom and sister are coming to visit next week and we are going to make a bunch of different ones! I’m excited! Love your blog! Thanks for all your great info!

Rebecca
Rebecca

May 10, 2017

I think that sounds like a great combination :)

Rebecca
Rebecca

May 10, 2017

I wouldn’t count on the Vitamin e extending the shelf life too much longer than stated. You would need to do some experimenting with another oil in place of olive oil, that’s all I use so I can’t advise :)

Amber Doterra
Amber Doterra

May 10, 2017

LIsa, the ration of EO’s on here is pretty low. You would need at least a 3ml bottle of EO’s to feel it. Example, 30 DROPS PER OUNCE for 5% concentration, and 60 for 10%, which is what I would go with!

Personally, I would start with 120 drops for a 4oz jar. (5%) You can adjust later, if not strong enough. I make salves like this all the time and had the same problem in the beginning until I learned how to properly blend EO’s for safety and therapeutic results :)
1oz=30ml
10% of 30ml is 3ml
There are approx. 20 drops of EO per ml.
Hope this helps!

Lisa Kraft
Lisa Kraft

May 10, 2017

I’ve made the aches and pains blend, it smells wonderful but not feeling any heat nor cooling? Any thoughts?

Lisa Kraft
Lisa Kraft

May 10, 2017

I’ll be melting it down slowly and add more beeswax too, and EOs as I don’t feel any heat or cooling? I can smell it thou, heavenly.

Rebecca
Rebecca

May 10, 2017

You can use the EOs neat but considering the area, a little carrier oil (organic coconut oil would be excellent) might be added comfort.

Jen
Jen

May 10, 2017

Would you recommend this neat or with carrier oil?

Robin Ingram
Robin Ingram

May 10, 2017

is the heat of the oil mixture safe for the therapeutic qualities in the oils? I have always heard that the heat is not real good for them?

Julie Rogers
Julie Rogers

May 10, 2017

Rebecca,
Just had to let you know how well this has worked for me. I have a dear friend who is very ill and in the hospital. He has almost continuous diarrhea due to tube feedings. As you can imagine, the skin on his bottom is a mess with large open areas and some that are bleeding. It is possibly the worst case of skin breakdown I have seen in my 25+ years as a nurse. They were trying everything, but couldn’t get it healed up. It finally occurred to me to try the salve (duh!). I made a batch and added melaleuca, frankincense and lavender and have been using it on his bottom when I can. I greased him up last night before I left and I couldn’t believe the improvement I saw this morning. I did the same this morning and will try to get it on him several more times today if I can. Of course, the physicians think I’m a little nuts, but I’m good with that. I finally think we are turning a corner to get him healed up. Thanks so much and I am happy to take any other suggetions for EO’s I could also add to his salve.

Julie

Flamingo 91
Flamingo 91

May 10, 2017

My first try at this last weekend ended up also not being as firm as I thought. I’m going to melt it all down again, add more beeswax and see what happens. We’ve been using it though. Hope it thickens a little more. Smells great and does soothe the dry skin.
I’m making up a batch of laundry detergent this morning. Love all your recipes.

Nana
Nana

May 10, 2017

I made the anti-aging blend the other day. It’s very n
ice. I like the consistency.

Amber Doterra
Amber Doterra

May 10, 2017

I forgot to add, to get full therapeutic benefits with the amount of EO’s you would need, it would be VERY costly, so if you do make it with my recipe above, I suggest making a very small batch. It is almpst better just to use the oils neat or diluted, like birch, peppermint, whichever.

Mikki Bills
Mikki Bills

May 10, 2017

made the salve this morning. Came out perfect. I had 6 .5 plastic containers so did the math to make a smaller amount. Wondering where you purchased the 4 oz jam jars at the top of this page. I love the shape. Thanks for all the information, instructions and great pictures.

Diane
Diane

May 10, 2017

I made this and love it. I use it for everything. It has superpowers ;)

Rebecca
Rebecca

May 10, 2017

If you’re using single EOs, you would add 10 drops of each to a 4 oz jar.

angdimaggio
angdimaggio

May 10, 2017

I was wondering for the LLP blend it says add 30 drops. How much of each EO did you add? Thanks I can’t wait to try these!

Rebecca
Rebecca

May 10, 2017

A slow melt is recommended, coconut oil melts at 76 degrees – it’s the beeswax that take the longest to melt down. I have heard hundreds of testimonials from people using this salve – melt it down slowly I’m fairly certain the EOs are just fine :)

Rebecca
Rebecca

May 10, 2017

Savanna, here is a link to a blog post about hypothyroid – this might be on interest and some help :) Enjoy your salve!

http://campwander.blogspot.com/2013/10/is-your-thyroid-under-active.html

Savanna
Savanna

May 10, 2017

Hi there! First of all, I love your stuff, so thank you!

I’m currently making the LLP and Anti-aging versions of this as we speak. I’m a nurse who’s constantly going through hand cream after hand cream and still having cracked and dry hands (which are aging quickly). Of course I’m excited to try the anti-aging for my poor little hands!

I do have a question: my boyfriend suffers from a gluten sensitivity that causes bloating, pain, diarrhea, and indigestion. He also has hypothyroidism which I’m sure is a part of the problem with the gluten ingestion. We are using the LLP mixture using fractionated coconut oil on his feet a few times a day but I’m wondering if you have anything else that will help. He’s taking thyroid replacement medication and we’re trying to cut gluten out of his diet (he’s slowly learning how to) but I’m wondering if you have any other suggestions.

Rebecca
Rebecca

May 10, 2017

All Purpose, I must agree! Thanks Diane :)

Rebecca
Rebecca

May 10, 2017

Mikki price for these jam jars, Walmart :)

B Wright
B Wright

May 10, 2017

I would be very careful using EO near the eye lids. I would either use half the EO in making the salve and not use the peppermint at all in the eye area or possibly just plain without the EO oils at all. I’ve had good luck just using pain coconut oil all by itself.

Rebecca
Rebecca

May 10, 2017

Amy, if you’re using Naked Salve…put a small amount in your palm and add 2 drops of Peppermint. Blend with your finger and apply to chest and back as needed. That could mean every 20 to 30 min sometimes.

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