Do you have cuts and burns or any scrapes, splinters and small injuries from working around your farm or garden? I’m sure you will think to grab your Neosporin. But what if there’s no more left to apply to your skin? What will you do? Buy another one or look for an alternative?
If you go for the alternative, why not make your own antiseptic ointment. I’ve just found a great recipe from FreshEggsDaily that will guide you to make all natural antiseptic ointment. You just need to prepare beeswax, olive or coconut oil, liquid vitamin E, calendula essential oil, lavender essential oil and lemon essential oil. The end product is comparable to commercial antiseptic ointment or salve.
The ingredients pack powerful health benefits such as:
Coconut oil – rich in anti-oxidants and vitamin E, and bursting with the natural microbial and antibacterial agents caphrylic and capric acids
Liquid vitamin E – helps repair damaged skin
Calendula essential oil – anti-inflammatory, aids in healing wounds
Lavender essential oil – relaxant, pain reliever, antibacterial, anti-fungal
Lemon essential oil – antibacterial, antiviral
Want to try it now? Read Lisa’s full article to learn how to make your own antiseptic ointment for cuts and burns. To hop into the post, check the link below…