How to Make Lavender Salve - Garden Herbs Collab
Garden Herbs Collab #gardenherbscollab
Lavender Salve is good for healing skin sores, insect bites, stings, minor burns, dry lips and acne spots.
GARDEN HERBS COLLAB PLAYLIST
How to make COLD INFUSED LAVENDER OIL
Half fill a sterilized half pint jar with dehydrated Lavender flowers
Cover flowers with your choice of oil, leaving half inch head space
Remove air bubbles and put a lid on the jar
Shake daily for 2 weeks and leave for a further 4 weeks in the Pantry (in cooler weather) or on a window ledge (in warmer weather) 6 weeks in total
Strain the oil
GATHER YOUR SUPPLIES
Heavy based saucepan
Clean storage containers with lids off
Plastic jug (or heat proof jug)
Pure essential Lavender Oil
180ml / 6oz Infused Lavender Oil
4 tablespoons Organic Coconut Oil
4 tablespoons of melted Bees wax
LAVENDER SALVE RECIPE
In saucepan add Infused Lavender oil, Coconut oil and beeswax
Heat until all melted and mixed together (NOT TOO HOT)
Remove from heat
Mix in 20 to 30 drops of pure essential Lavender oil
Pour into jug and then into storage containers
Let Salves cool and set - don't be tempted to touch them
Put lids on when completely cool.
Garden Herbs Collab
Mary, from YouTube Channel Mary's Nest, organised this collaboration and invited seven other channels to chose a herb they love and make something with it.
It is wonderful to be involved in this collab, sharing videos on a topic, ‘Garden Herbs’, that is close to my heart.
It has been lovely meeting some new YouTube Ladies and getting to know their channels, as well as working on a joint project with them and some of the Ladies I already know through this fabulous medium YouTube.
A huge THANK YOU to Mary for inviting me to be involved in the collab and a huge THANK YOU to all of the Collab Ladies for being so genuine and welcoming.
I am looking forward to watching all the videos and I would love for you to check out the playlist too and enjoy.
Much love Elissa 💕
Katie at Heritage Ways:
Lori at Whippoorwill Holler:
Vickie at Vickie's Country Home:
Tressa at Tressa's Stay at Home Life:
Susan at My Revival:
Tammy at Little Jordan Farm:
Mary at Mary's Nest:
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