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A simple recipe for an amazing herbal salve that is great for sore muscles, sprains, swelling, bruising, scrapes and shallow cuts, and sunburn. *Contains arnica, so should not be used in the mouth.16 ounces organic coconut oilA handful of dried comfrey leaves and roots, choppedA handful of dandelion roots, chopped and dried2 Tablespoons Arnica leaves, chopped and dried10 dandelion flower heads30 drops lavender essential oil30 drops tea tree oilIn a saucepan on low heat, melt the coconut oil. Add all other ingredients and keep heat at lowest setting. Cover the saucepan and leave on lowest heat for one hour. Pour oil into a scalded glass jar. Cover the jar (Canning jars with lids work well, as do any lidded jars saved from salad dressing, pickles, etc.) Keep the jar on a sunny windowsill for one month, where the heat from the sun will keep the oil liquid. After the month is over, heat the oil again to make it easy to get all the oil out of the plant matter. Squeeze oil from the plant matter and add to oil in the jar. Store in a cool spot. The coconut oil will solidify at room temperature, making it easy and neat to use when needed. ... See MoreSee Less