While I’m not knocking cold compresses and Band-aids (though we have a natural replacement for those, too); many of the items found in your normal first aid cabinet can easily be substituted with natural products like essential oils.
LOTS of essential oils work to repel bugs.
There’s not just one perfect combo. You’re not limited to the one recipe you stumble across on Facebook or the one that your friend tells you about. Those may be great, and you may love them. Then you’re all set. But if not, I hope to give you options so that you can easily make a custom bug spray that your family loves.
Cocoa butter is rich with skin-loving fatty acids and vitamin E, and it acts as an antioxidant. Its texture is very firm, smooth, and a bit powdery on the surface when it’s solid, and it melts into a silky liquid on your skin. It is often used to restore very dry, cracked skin and to replenish aging skin. It is deeply moisturizing, nourishing, and protective.
That’s it! No essential oils needed! You will need a 2 oz (60 ml) glass jar, though.
This roll-on aids in the healing of wounds.
This vapor rub is typically used on the chest, back and throat to help with symptoms of a common cold or minor aches and pains of the muscles and joints.
This capsule aids in the relief of severe pain.
Ringing in ears.
This lotion blend aids in the providing relief from brittle yellowing toe nails associated with various fungus-like issues.
This oil formula aids in relieving ear pain associated with water in the ear canal.