Topical healing: Lavender and plantain medicinal balm Topical healing: Lavender and plantain medicinal balm

Topical healing: Lavender and plantain medicinal balm

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Healing wounds naturally is possible. Lavender is commonly used to treat anxiety, insomnia, depression, and pain in general. In addition, it's antibacterial.

Plantain is a medicinal herb that is used to heal burns since its leaves have healing, anti-inflammatory, antiseptic and softening properties.

Lavender is good to treat anxiety, fungal infections, hair loss, and wounds. 

Lavender and plantain medicinal balm

Plantain has a rich herbal history for use in chronic skin conditions.

Using this natural lavender and plantain balm is relaxing and healing, and it’s recommended to apply it to the skin for muscle aches or headaches, insect bites, burns, insomnia, ulcers, cuts or rashes.

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Recipe: Place the oil and herbs in a pot and heat them in a Bain Marie for 1 hour. You can also marinate the mixture in the dark for 28 days. Filter the preparation but let the oil continue to heat. Grate the wax and add it to the oil. With a knife, check the density of the balm. Store in clean, airtight glass jars.

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