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The Healing Power of Balms

A balm can be something that heals, soothes, or mitigates pain. Today balms, also called as salves or ointments, are used as a restorative for dry cuticles, elbows, feet. Some other uses of balms are:-facial moisturizer, as an-effective acne treatment-psoriasis treatment,-diaper rash ointment,-sore muscle remedy.Some oils that may be used in balms include-virgin coconut oil-extra virgin olive oil,-essential oil of lavender-essential oil of carrot seed-orange oil-ginger oil-tea tree oil.Herbs are wonderfully effective ingredients that can be used in balms. Some of these herbs might...

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Camphor and Clary Sage Melt and Pour Soap Recipe

2 c. M&P soap base
2 T. camphor oil
1/4 c. clary sage infusion
AND/OR
1 tsp. clary sage oil

Combine melted soap and herbal ingredients. Stir until blended, and pour into molds. Keep soap wrapped or store in a cool dark place. It will be good for about 18 months. Note: This also works well for poison Ivy.

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Bath and Body Tip #5

Epsom salt is extremely inexpensive and a terrific aid for soothing sore muscles.

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