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Things To Make For Your First Aid Cabinet

  • Antiseptic Skin Spray

    For the spray you will need:
    2 ounces of preboiled water
    half ounce alcohol or vodka
    5 drops lavender
    10 drops tea tree
    10 drops thyme linalol
    5 drops camomile german

  • In a clean bottle combine the essential oils with the alcohol and shake as vigorously as you can. Then add half the water (1 ounce) a little at a time and continue shaking. Store for 48 hours. Then add the remaining water and leave for an additional 24 hours, shaking the bottle whenever you remember. Strain through an unbleached paper coffee filter and put in a sterile spray bottle.
  • First Aid Washing Mix
    Put into a small dropper bottle
    30 drops lavender
    30 drops tea tree
    5 drops ravensara
    5 drops eucalyptus radiata
    20 drops bergamot

  • Use 2-6 drops of the mix in a small bowl of water to wash cuts and grazes. Do not apply neat to any open cut or graze.

  • Antiseptic Antifungal Powder
  • First combine the following. Use a blender or this could form into a lumpy mass.
    Half a cup of green clay ( a naturally healing clay found in health stores and on line)
    1 teaspoon of finely powdered thyme herb
    1 teaspoon of finely powdered marjoram herb
    When combined, slowly add:
    15 drops tea tree
    15 drops manuka
    15 drops palmarosa
  • If the mixture is lumpy, just let it dry out completely, then crush into a fine powder again.
  • Antiinfectious Air Spray
    For this spray you will need:
    4 ounces water
    2 ounces alcohol  (or vodka)
    20 drops thyme linalol
    5 drops cinnamon
    5 drops clove
    10 drops tea tree
    10 drops lemon
  • Put the essential oils into the alcohol, then add oil/alcohol mixture to the water and leave it to stand for 24 hours. Transfer to a new plant mister, and spray into the air. Avoid letting the droplets fall on polished wooden surfaces, delicate materials, or other materials that could be damaged by the water or other ingredients.
  • Reference: Aromatherapy For The Healthy Child: Valerie Ann Worwood

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