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    Default Article: DIY Antiseptic Ointment

    Make your own homemade antiseptic ointment to have on hand for minor cuts, abrasions and burns. This simple do it yourself blend is easy to make and works great

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    WOW I had no idea I could make ointment with my essential oils, this is Fantabulous! Thanks so much for sharing!

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    gonna try this out as soon as i can get all the ingredients. Ummm.... where do i get the beeswax and the essential oils. the only thing i can find is the fragrance oils and not the essential oils.

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    Default Re: Article: DIY Antiseptic Ointment

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    gonna try this out as soon as i can get all the ingredients. Ummm.... where do i get the beeswax and the essential oils. the only thing i can find is the fragrance oils and not the essential oils.
    Any natural foods store such as whole foods, the Vitamin Shoppe, Trader Joes, etc will carry Real Essential oils. If all else fails you can order them online from amazon. I keep about 30 different essential oils on hand for various cleaning, cosmetic recipes, health care recipes etc.
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    This will help out big time as I am a clutz lol.
    thank you for sharing.

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    Default Re: Article: DIY Antiseptic Ointment

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    gonna try this out as soon as i can get all the ingredients. Ummm.... where do i get the beeswax and the essential oils. the only thing i can find is the fragrance oils and not the essential oils.
    The best supplier I have found for pure, therapeutic grade essential oils is Butterflyexpress.com (and believe me...I really did my research before ordering from Butterfly!)... they are not multilevel marketing, they sell only high quality oils, herbs and homeopathics, and have very reasonable prices.

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    whats the point of using lavender? just for scent or is it beneficial?

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    This is great! I didn't know it was possible to make your own antiseptic ointment! I'll be making this as soon as I can. Guess I should start finding or purchasing containers soon!

 

 

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