This recipe was made by my late grandmother to my children, my mother and my uncle, to us grandchildren while we were small, but when we grew up. It was an obligatory part of my cosmetic nursery, and even I knew in the empty label to pour me out of this fat, and I always had the best label.
Unfortunately, my grandmother is no longer among us, for two years or my grandfather, and I have remained, as everyone says, her successor. I always wanted to see her go to the village to pick various herbs for teas, honey and other things.
I walked with her and absorbed everything, so here after 2 years from the death of my grandmother I continue the tradition of my family. I use this bundle literally for everything, to massage the feet (softens the heels and makes the skin smooth and soft), generally massage with it when we are sick or relaxed, my son piss my face, and when it was a baby I whipped him all over with this grease.
My friends are looking for the most as a cream for my hands because it makes the skin very beautiful, but it also puts on the wounds and even the stings of mosquitoes. I always have it in my purse and where I travel I have it with me.
-100 g beeswax -20 g of Vaseline1-2 hands a mixture of the following herbs:
- John’s wort
- Pot marigold
- Elder flower
- Stinging nettle
- Lemon balm
– * You can buy dry herbs from Herbal Pharmacy, but I always practice how I can use fresh herbs. I do not measure them, I put a little from each herb.
The beeswax is quite thick, so I mix it with 20 g of Vaseline. I do not wash freshly harvested herbs, why do I take them from places where the air is 100% clean (from the mountain) and there is no need. In a clean refractory bowl I put about 100 g bee wax and 20 g of petroleum jelly, so I put on vapor to melt. In the melted wax I put all the herbs I have listed, I slowly mix for about a minute, then I pull it out of steam.
The beeswax and the vaseline must not be called, so they dissolve in a very quiet way. I leave it this way for 24 hours so that the herbs can put their juices in the wax, so the next day, I put the steam back in the liquid state. I scramble through the gauze and stored it in small boxes. There is no specific smell.