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Herbal First Aid Recipe Roundup

We’re celebrating our one-year anniversary of AromaCulture this month! Our very first issue was first released in November of 2016 and our extra spicy Anniversary issue is now available! I’m so excited to hit the one year mark and I’m immensity grateful for your support.

I thought I would spread a little bit of herbal love today with a recipe roundup post. Basically, a mashup of outstanding blog posts from other authors that I think you might enjoy. =) (With a couple of our own thrown in too.) The focus for this roundup is first aid remedies that incorporate herbs / essential oils and that you can make at home. You’ll find the links to each person’s original blog post with instructions for making their remedy below each group of 4 photos.

Top row, left to right, then bottom row, left to right:

Rose, Plantain & Yarrow Anti-Itch Remedy by Jan Berry  |  Healing Herbal Cream by Rosalee de la Forêt  |  Jewelweed Ice Cubes by GrowingUpHerbal  |  Burn Remedy Duo

Top row, left to right, then bottom row, left to right:

Elder Leaf Salve by Jan Berry  |  Yarrow First Aid Salve by Montana Homesteader  |  Helichrysum Balm  |  Arnica Ointment by Rosalee de la Forêt (via LearningHerbs)

Top row, left to right, then bottom row, left to right:

Aloe Plantain Ice Cubes by Jan Berry  |  Anti-Inflammatory Balm by Vintage Remedies  |  Plantain Salve  |  Chickweed Salve by Rosalee de la Forêt (via LearningHerbs)

Top row, left to right, then bottom row, left to right:

Fire Cider  |  Pine Resin Salve via TheHerbalAcademy  |  ElderBerry SyrupCalendula Comfrey Salve via Mother Earth Living

Happy remedy-making!

Much love,
Erin

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Erin Stewart is an herbalist, NAHA certified aromatherapist, organic gardener and urban homesteader. She grows over 150 kinds of aromatic and medicinal plants for her own apothecary and distills essential oils and hydrosols in her PNW garden. Erin is the founder of Floranella and of AromaCulture’s herbalism + aromatherapy magazine.

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