Saro Soothing Cough Rub
38 drops of Saro
Helps to promote healthy lung function, reducing minor pain and inflammation
Mainly when working to soothe headaches or sore muscles
Can help reduce the presence of unwanted viral or fungal activity
Can help reduce unwanted infection in the lungs or body
Can help boost a compromised immune system
23 drops of Myrrh
Mucolytic and decongesting nature makes it a good addition in blends for the respiratory system.
Great in respiratory blends for calming coughs
18 drops of Juniper Berry
Supports the immune system to help prevent or deal with colds or the flu
26 drops of Thyme ct. linalool
Can be inhaled on its own, or added to decongestant, expectorant blends to alleviate infection, coughs, congestion, and spasm
7 oz of Body butter, made as follows:
1 oz (28 g) beeswax
2 oz (60 ml) jojoba
2 oz (56 g) cocoa butter
2 oz (56 g) coconut oil
Mix the oils together using the drop by drop technique.
Fill the cooking pot about one-fourth of the way with water and bring it to a low, simmering boil. Place the Pyrex measuring cup in the pot so the water heats the outside of it and the handle is hanging over the edge of the pot. Leaving the handle outside of the pot will prevent it from getting so hot that it burns your hand. The water shouldn’t be boiling so strongly that it splatters into the Pyrex cup. Add the beeswax to your Pyrex first. It will take the longest to melt since it’s the hardest ingredient. Once your beeswax is melted, add the jojoba. Your melted waxes may resolidify a bit, but they’ll melt again quickly. You can stir your blend gently with your glass stirring rod or the handle of your spoon. Add the cocoa butter and melt. Add the coconut oil and melt.
While the body butter is melting over the stove blend the essential oils drop by drop in a small bowl. Then pour the essential oil blend into the melted body butter, and carefully pour the melted mixture into glass jars.