From Simply Josephine to explain the Magical Conifer Balm;
Wintertime gathered magic, is what is in this jar. Subalpine fir, Ponderosa pine, and Spruce tips. I use a folk method of infusing, allowing my herbs to infuse for at least one lunar cycle, typically more like three. Combined with local beeswax, and topped with a crystal, you may receive clear quartz, rose quartz, citrine, amethyst, or carnelian. you don't know what stone you will get. The smell of this salve is heavenly, think of pure Montana forest bathing. The spruce tree is in my yard, the pines within walking distance, and the fir trees are about 30 miles away. Subalpine fir is my favorite tree, so magical. This salve was created on a full moon, when the oil is at its peak in medicinal giving. It will make a wonderful balm for massage, and dry skin. I've been lathering up before going to bed with it, also lovely on your face. Magical conifer balm can also be used on cuts, scraps, and burns. however you typically use salve, this will fit right in. never made with essential oils.
hello + im dacia the maker of all things simpy josephine + recently i have become quite interested in the botanical dyeing process of cotton, linen, hemp, and silk. i also sew items out of my dyed fabric, and other fabrics too. soaping has been an interest and way of making money for almost 20 years now + so you may find talk of that on here. wildcrafting plants and making remedies is another passion of mine. i will be sharing some of my journey here, with you. thanks for stopping by. my website is https://www.simplyjosephine.com/ follow along on instagram if you like https://www.instagram.com/simply_josephine/?hl=en music by permission in video by rising appalachia https://www.youtube.com/user/RisingAppalachiaRA
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