How to Make a Salve

If you read my post a few weeks ago when I made herbal-infused oil, you saw how very simple it was to do!  Making a salve is just as easy.  Today I’m turning that same herbal oil into a salve!  You can use the oil as it is, but turning it into a salve is less messy to use and is more convenient to transport and throw in your purse or diaper bag.

Ingredients:

Combine all ingredients in a pan.  Heat the mixture until the beeswax melts.  To see if it will harden into the right consistency, put a spoonful of the oil mixture in the freezer for 5 minutes.  If it comes out too thin, add more beeswax.  Pour into tins or jars and allow to set.  Now you have a convenient, healthy, non-toxic, effective salve to use!  Making your own saves money. ๐Ÿ™‚

What are your favorite salves to make?
 

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Comments

  1. says

    Jill…I am going to make this. Your directions sound so easy. Thank you sharing it. You’ll have to link it up at Monday’s Musings come Monday…if you want to that is. :o) Thank you again.

  2. says

    Thank you for sharing these instructions! I’m new to the land of herbs and tinctures and salves (oh my) ๐Ÿ™‚ I’m learning a lot and working towards a healing from RA

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