Antiseptic Balm

Use instead of antiseptic ointment, this is far superior!

* 2 ounces Beeswax
* 3 ounces Sweet Almond Oil
* 1 ounce Jojoba Oil
* 20 drops Wheatgerm Oil
* 20 drops Myrrh Essential Oil
* 20 drops Tea Tree Essential Oil

(Makes enough to fill 4 each 1 ounce salve jars or 1 ounce metal tins )

A rule of thumb is 2 parts oil to one part beeswax. Simply heat the Sweet Almond and Jojoba oil in a saucepan and add Beeswax. If you want a thin consistency (such as a cream or Vaseline), add only a little bit of Beeswax. Want it thicker like wax? Just add more Beeswax.

Allow the base to cool down to see what the consistency is like. If it’s too thick, add more Sweet Almond oil and reheat, too thin, add more beeswax.

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