I bought Grandpa's Wormwood Ointment
This ointment is made at Altona, Manitoba, and from what I understand, has been a longstanding salve made & sold in the area. I imagine that it would be fairly easy to replicate. I saw some bear balm products at the store as well, make by someone else, but the price is so high. Hopefully, I am able to source the…
Spruce pitch in cottonwood bud salve
I read a story where a person got a deep gash (to the bone), while hiking. They used acorn husks/shells made into a tea (cooled) as an astringent to clean & dry out the gash somewhat & start to draw the edges together. Someone then suggested to them to put white spruce pitch on it to heal it completely. They hesitated…
Susun Weed: Herbs for Women's Health
My beautiful blood blister!
Ok, so I actually find it pretty hideous, but I work with small children and I've been impressing them with it all day The background. Yesterday evening, I was watering the plants before our evening service, somewhat in a hurry as we have a short prayer meeting prior and I thought I was late(I was). We have a rather hard…
Using raw honey for healing wounds
has anybody used raw honey for healing smaller or bigger injuries, wounds? I have read quite a few articles about it, bet never tried myself.
Natural band aid
This was on Justin Rhodes site and I thought it was interesting. For a cut, clean the wound as much as possible, ease the skin edges from end to end together. Taking the inside raw membrane of an egg, pull away from the shell and be careful not to touch any part of the membrane that would be used to cover the wound. Apply…
Herbs did what doctors couldn't
My mother is in her 80s and developed a painful, bleeding rash on both arms. She went to her doctor, a dermatologist and a hematologist. No one could figure out what it was or do anything to help her. I haven't seen her in over a year because of covid and found out what was going on after she was suffering almost 6 months.…