Want to know how to make your own herbal poultice? If you need some homemade herbal remedies for your aches and pains, try this.
How to Make Herbal Poultice
Do you have any memories as a child when your mother used to put mashed herbs on your wound or sprain? If you have then I’m sure you’re wondering how it works and how it was done. Maybe I’m the odd one out, but when I was a child I was so intrigued, and I learned all there is to know about herbal poultices.
A poultice is a healing remedy for sprains or wounds that comes from herb oil and natural ingredients that you can find at home. Learn how to make them, and use them. This tutorial will teach you some survival 101
Find out how you can make a Comfrey Poultice with this DIY tutorial!
Comfrey is known for it’s healing and cell-regeneration qualities. Do not ingest comfrey, it is toxic to the liver. Read more facts here.
Here’s what you’ll need to make a Poultice
- Dried Comfrey Leaves (or other herbs of your choosing)
- Lavender Flower Powder
- Organic Muslin Bag
- Hand Blender
1. Cook and soften the herb.
Place a quarter of a small muslin bag of comfrey into a pan. Add water just enough to soften the comfrey and heat the mixture.
2. Blend and Mix.
Add lavender flower powder and hand blend it until it gets pasty.
3. Stuff and Use.
Stuff the muslin bag with the mixture and it is ready to use!
Want to see how to make your own poultice at home? Then watch this video tutorial from Cat the HerbalPrepper:
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Originally posted on December 15, 2015 @ 2:46 PM
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