Put some licorice root, lemon balm, and chamomile in olive oil in mason jars inside a crockpot of water overnight. Anxious to see the results!
We had a lovely evening at last week’s Potions group in which I taught about how to make your own herbal infused oils.
We made a soothing calendula oil and some salve with comfrey infused oil.
Here are some of the group straining, pouring and bottling their oils.
Here are the notes I wrote for the class for those of you who are new to herbal infused oils, including two simple methods and some basic recipes.
Herbal Infused Oils
Oils infused with herbs are a lovely way to utilise the healing properties of plants which contain volatile oils and fats. Unlike essential oils they are easy to make at home and usually very gentle on the skin. You can use them to make massage oils, to heal skin problems, or to make lovely subtly scented balms and creams.
Plants containing volatile oils are generally those commonly used in aromatherapy…
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