How to Make Healing Calendula Oil

How do you take care of your skin these days?

Do you ever look on the back of your container of skin lotion?

–> Benzylparaben
–> Butylparaben
–> Isobutylparaben
–> Propylparaben

Wow! But the packaging looked natural……

The skin is the #1 largest organ you have and we often forget how vital it is for our overall health and well-being.
What you put on your skin eventually gets into the bloodstream and takes a trip to all your internal organs…

Let’s put this another way – the labels on your store-bought skin creams and lotions are loaded with ingredients that are illegal to use in some countries and some are known carcinogens.

That’s why I’m so passionate about sharing this free workshop with you!

Here is an alternative that is safe, healthy and is full of truly natural solutions for your skin.

With Calendula you can…

> Revitalize your skin
> Heal injured skin
> Speed the recovery of strains, sprains and bruises

Don’t miss out on this incredible video and start making your own herbal skin care treatment!

Calendula oil is awesome for dry, damaged skin…

It helps relieve bruises, bumps and scrapes.

And speeds the recovery of strains, sprains and muscle tightness.

You can do this!

If you can run a blender, you can make this herbal recipe! (Did I already say you only need 3 ingredients!!?)

You’ll love how simple the process is and the end results!

You only need….

Just a little time, but not much because you can make this oil while you are doing other things in the kitchen….

You can get into this free workshop and learn to make your own calendula oil

Having a trusted home remedy that you made and feel connected to that can help with pain, inflammation, swelling, bruising, and promote healing changes things. Now don’t get me wrong, your oils can’t take care of everything, but the whole orientation to your wellness shifts towards feeling more and more empowered when you really have the natural remedy tools on hand to take care of yourself, there’s just a peace of mind that comes with that.

Ok, so there are 5 primary steps to creating effective herbal oils using dried plants, so not talking about fresh herbs here, dried plant infused herbal oil, not an essential oil. Homemade handcrafted herbal infused oil where we infuse the herbs into a carrier oil.

You: Powder it, weigh it, hydrate it, blend it, decant it

Come find out how…….

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Hello I’m Kami, Welcome to Living Awareness!

I believe every family needs to have someone on board with a working knowledge of natural remedies if you want to take care of your family’s health for real.

When I was growing up, natural remedies was not a mainstream concept like it is now, in fact, you are going to be surprised that I never even heard the word natural remedy until I moved out of the house!

In my early 20’s I met someone by chance that told me about holistic health and herbal medicine. I wondered why nobody had talked to me about it before and had a voracious appetite to learn everything I could.

Now, 30 years later I've helped thousands of people demystify the world of herbal medicine and become empowered in using herbal self-care in their home to prevent illness, take care of common ailments and protect their health naturally.

For 20 years I've had a clinical herbal practice connecting people with plants and their wellness. I've developed and taught herbal curriculum for UCSF School of Nursing and the Integral Health Master’s Degree Program at the California Institute of Integral Studies.

Stick with me! You’ll learn awesome herbal self-care, get inspired to be more self-sufficient in your health care and nourish a deep love for the herbs and how to use them, knowing you are doing the very best you can to care for your wellness.

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Jan
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I love the dark color of your oil and would like to try making some. However I have heard of ball jars shattering when used on a blender and would like to avoid that technique. Is there another way to macerate the oil and herb without using a ball jar on a blender?

Jane Wilder-O\'Connor
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Jane Wilder-O\'Connor

Hi Kami,
I’ve soaked my two ounces of calendula and combined with 14 ounces of olive oil. The resulting mixture seems much thicker than yours. My blender can barely cope. I can’t imagine being able to pour off any oil in a month. Please advise. Thank you.
Jane

Lisa Roy
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Not only educative but also interesting!

Arlene
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Just love your classes Kami.

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