Herbal Healing Salve – Eucalyptus
An herbal healing salve to naturally promote the healing of many skin conditions. A go-to healing salve for soothing pretty much any scratch, cuts, rashes, burns, bites, stings, hives, cold sores, eczema, dry and cracked skin and so forth. All three aromatherapy healing salves have essential oils that have anti – bacterial, anti – inflammatory, anti – viral and anti – fungal properties.
Think of this as an herbal alternative to something like your typical store-bought, chemical-laden antibiotic cream enhanced with nature’s healing remedies. The addition of beeswax offers additional benefits including protective, soothing, emollient, nourishing, and healing properties. 50ml.
How we make our Herbal Healing Salves:
When making our herbal infused oils to make the herbal healing salve, we prefer the solar infused method. Care and patience go into preparing the herbal infused oils that are blended into our highly effective healing salves. All three aromatherapy healing salves contain essential oils of either Lavender, Eucalyptus and Tea Tree all witch have anti – bacterial, anti – inflammatory, anti – viral and anti – fungal properties.We also use local beeswax, organic extra virgin olive oil, Vitamin E and of course a lot of love.
Calendula Wonderfully healing with all-around healing properties useful for a wide variety of skin irritations and conditions including wounds, insect bites, rashes, scrapes, abrasions, cuts, and much more. Suitable for sensitive skin and babies.
St. John’s Wort Beneficial for minor wounds, cuts, bruises, insect bites and stings, nerve support, scrapes, and minor burns.
Comfrey Leaf and Root Contains allantoin, a chemical that protects the skin and promotes new skin cell growth. It’s said to help ‘knit’ cells back together after a laceration or abrasion. Comfrey is also known to relieve pain and swelling and assists with healing a wide variety of conditions.
Why use aromatherapy and herbal healing salves?
Eucalyptus Anti – bacterial, anti – inflammatory, anti – viral and anti – fungal properties. The leaves are steam distilled to extract eucalyptus oil.
Many essential oils can burn the skin or are simply too high dose used straight; diluting them in olive oil or another food grade oil such as almond oil can allow these to be used safely as a topical. Salves, oils, balms, creams and lotions are other forms of topical delivery mechanisms. More on Aromatherapy and Herbalism...