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Cold Sore Lip Balm


Cold sore lip Balm 377

Using the ratio of 1 part beeswax to 2.5 parts oil and follow directions for making balms and salves. Add 4 drops hyssop or 4 drops melissa, or a 4 drop blend of both to help heal cold sores and herpes lesions. For a quick fix apply 1 drop of bergamot neat as needed.

4 drops .................... Melissa
4 drops .................... Hyssop
Additions: Oil
How to Use:

Balms/Salve:

A good working ratio to start with is about 1 part wax to 3 parts oil for body salves, and 1 part wax to 2.5 parts oil for lip balms. Heat the oil in a double boiler with beeswax until the wax is completely melted. Pour into clean dry jars or tins. Add essential oils for increased fragrance and potency while the mixture is still warm, but not hot.

Apply Neat : There are few essential that can be applied to the skin undiluted - Chamomile, tea tree and Lavender are the most common. Care is still needed - avoid sensitive areas and use only a few drops at a time.

Tags and Uses for this Recipe
  • Colds: These essential oil treatments reduce cold and flu symptoms of coughing, nausea, and fever throughout the cold and flu season.
Lemon Balm essential oil
Lemon Balm essential oil (Melissa officinalis) Origin- Italy Method of Cultivation- Cultivated (100% Pure and Undiluted) Common Method Of Extraction: Steam distilled Parts Used: Flowering tops, leaves and stems Note Classification: Middle Aroma: Citrus, light, fresh

Melissa essential oil
Melissa essential oil (Melissa officinalis) Origin- Italy Method of Cultivation- Cultivated (100% Pure and Undiluted) Common Method Of Extraction: Steam distilled Parts Used: Flowering tops, leaves and stems Note Classification: Middle Aroma: Citrus, light, fresh

Hyssop essential oil
Hyssop essential oil (Hyssopus officinalis) Origin-Spain Method of Cultivation- Organic Common Method Of Extraction: Steam distilled Parts Used: Leaves and flowering tops Note Classification: Middle Aroma: Sweet, camphoraceous top note and warm spicy-herbaceous undertones

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