How to Make a Herbal Raw Honey Ointment Recipe


How to Make an Herbal Raw Honey Ointment for Burns and Wounds

One of the most powerful nature’s food to encourange skin healing is raw honey. You can highten the amazing health benefits to your skin if you can combined raw honey with medicinal herbs which pack antibacterial and antiseptic properties into an ointment.

Today, I love to share the Herbal Raw Honey Ointment recipe I’ve found from FrugallySustainable. Andrea, the beautiful lady behind the blog, reveals that in making this honey-based ointment she used powerhouse ingredients that include olive oil, comfrey, marshmallow root, wormwood, witch hazel bark and raw, all-natural honey.

What are the benefits of this honey ointment ingredients?

*Olive oil – rich in vitamins A, D, E and K and nourishes the skin for fast healing
*Comfrey – encourages the reproduction of cells to support the mending of sprains, bruises, swellings, burns and sores
*Marshmallow root – this anti-inflammatory herb softens and soothes the skin, rich in zinc and vitamin A for burn and wound healing.
*Wormwood – reduces the effects of soreness and pain.
*Witch hazel bark – it packs anti-inflammatory and astringent properties excellent for treatment of blisters, burns, cuts and wounds
* Raw, all-natural honey – provides the base of this ointment, an antibacterial agent that reduces the risk for infection and scarring

You can use this herbal raw honey ointment to treat 1st or 2nd degree skin burns, rashes, sunburns, minor wounds and chapped skin and lips.

Read Andrea’s full article as she reveals the method she followed in making her own herbal raw honey ointment and learn how to apply it for effective results.

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Herbal Raw Honey Ointment Recipe

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    • I see that the link goes to frugallysustainable but maybe it’s slow in rendering the page to show up in your browser.

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