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  1. 5 stars
    Love salves! This looks awesome. I use a candle warmer with a stainless steel pitcher. I got both from the thrift store. ❤️
    Thank you for sharing.
    I clicked on the video but it had zero seconds. Do you have another link?
    I love your labels, they look so professional.
    Xo Jersey

    1. Thanks Jersey…I don’t know why the video wouldn’t work. It is fine on my end…I will have to get some others to check.

      1. It seems to be Apple devices that it wont play on. I will look into it more and see what I can do!

  2. I just got a book on herbal infusions! The author says you can also just cover and leave in a dark place for 4-6 weeks! I am so excited to try this!

  3. Do pick and dry your own herbs? I’ve planted a medicine/tea garden this year to give it a try. And I have plantain groaning everywhere in my yard.

    1. Yes some of them we do. I am planting more this year. Plantain is one that is so easy to find and has so many benefits!

  4. I definitely need to try this, it sounds wonderful! I have eczema and extremely sensitive skin, I bet this would be really nice, especially in the winter when I’m going crazy from itching. I really appreciate your detailed instructions too!

    Found you on the Farm Fresh Tuesday blog hop.

    1. So glad you stopped by! Yes we use this for all kinds of things. One daughter puts it on her lips even. I would think it would sooth your eczema.

  5. I need to infuse some more oils this season for my own handmade salves! Great recipe and beautiful labels, Jenn!
    Thanks for sharing on Farm Fresh Tuesdays!

  6. FYI…you could quadruple the herbs (not necessarily the essential oils) without any side effects if you find you were wanting more healing and drawing properties.

    Because of the olive oil, this salve has a shelf life of about a year. Perfect for a yearly spring salve making party!

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