Salve Mix Kit

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Salve Mix Kit
This kit contains a 1/2 lb. of each Green Salve Mix, Arthritis Salve Mix, and Muscle Salve Mix. It also includes 1 lb. of beeswax, and six metal cans with lids.

One bag of each mix will make approximately 16-24 oz. of salve.

Green Salve Mix

Contains: Plantain Leaf, Calendula Flower, Comfrey Leaf, Yarrow Flower, Rosemary Leaf, Echinacea Root, Echinacea Leaf

This is a great salve to have around for use on everything. You can rub it on wounds or put some on problem areas, then wrap it, and let the salve work.

Arthritis Salve Mix

Contains: Ginger Root, Echinacea Leaf, St. John’s Wort, Boswellia Serrata, Cayenne

Whether you or one of your friends struggle with joint pain, this is a great salve to have on hand. Each herb has benefits that come together to relieve inflammation, fight pain, and promote circulation. Rub this salve onto the sore areas as often as needed.

Muscle Salve Mix

Contains: St. John’s Wort, Arnica Flowers, Lobelia Leaf, Comfrey Leaf, Peppermint Leaf, Cayenne

This salve penetrates the skin and soothes damaged muscles, while reducing inflammation. Rub this salve onto the sore muscle as often as needed.

Salve and Herbal Infused Oils Made Easy

1. Making a salve might sound difficult, but it isn’t. The thing that takes the longest is infusing your herbs with oil. The best way for you to do this is in a crock pot on very low heat.
2. Stuff a mason jar one-thirds full with herbs.

3. Fill jar with oil of your choice (coconut oil, olive oil, sweet almond oil, etc.), leaving at least one inch from the top of jar. Screw a lid on tight.

4. Put a wash cloth in the bottom of the crock pot. Put jar in the center of the pot (on the wash cloth). Fill the crock pot with water, one inch below top of jar.

5. Keep crock pot on low heat (oil needs to be very hot but not boiling) for 3 days. Water will evaporate out of the pot, so keep adding water as needed.

6. As the herbs’ properties release in the oil, the oil will have more color and smell like herb oil.

With a cheese cloth (cotton sheet or t-shirt will work too) strain herb solids out of oil. Now you have a herbal infused oil. It is good for massage oil!!!

7. To make the oil into a salve you need bees wax. You need approximately 2 oz. of grated beeswax for 8 to 9 oz. of infused oil.

8. On low heat, warm oil and bees wax until wax is all melted.

9. Add a drop of vitamin E oil for every ounce of oil. This is a natural preservative.

10. While salve is still hot, pour into your container (wide mouth jar, can, etc.).

11. Let sit over night or until salve is hard.

12. Screw a lid on tight and label with name and date. Voila!! You have a salve!!!


~ If it is too soft for you, reheat it and add a bit more beeswax. If it is too hard reheat it and add a touch more oil.

~ Salve is a thick oil that is used for, cuts, bites, burns, rashes, boils, massage, and more. Salves can keep up to five years or more.

~ Keep out of light and extreme heat.

Customer Reviews

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size of jar
by Doreen on Feb 22, 2014

I am considering ordering the kit of salves....i am confused as to what size jar we talking just says mason jar....and is there oil that's better than another to work with...i am a soap maker so i have access to a lot of oils...
Thank you!

    Re: size of jar
    by Bulk Herb Store on Feb 24, 2014

    You can use any size jar you want, just fill the chosen jar 1/3 full of herbs. You can use any oil you prefer whether it is olive oil, coconut oil, jojoba, almond etc. I like to use unrefined coconut oil in lotions and lip balms because it is so good for the skin!

Size of cans?
by Sally L. on Dec 30, 2013

How big are the cans in this kit?

    Re: Size of cans?
    by Bulk Herb Store on Dec 30, 2013

    Hello, the cans come in a 4oz. size for this kit. Thanks!

Pet friendly salve
by brittney on Nov 27, 2013

Are your salves pet friendly? Would I be able to use them on my dogs hot spots?

    Re: Pet friendly salve
    by Bulk Herb Store on Dec 9, 2013

    Our salves are pet-friendly, however if your dog has sensitive skin I wouldn't recommend using the muscle or arthritis salves directly on the skin since they have cayenne in them. Thanks!

Love the Green Salve
by Gigi on Aug 29, 2013

I received my order quickly! I have already made some of the Green Salve! It is wonderful! I have friends that love it and my Gran Angels think there is nothing better. They don't like to use other stuff because they have experienced some ointments burning. They are allergic to many.

by Rachel on Jul 19, 2013

I made your salves recently and I tried hard to keep them from boiling. I think it was simmering more than anything. I am assuming this isn't good. So, I also gather that the whole batch of oils and salves are not good either? I also didn't add Vitamin E, but I used sunflower oil for my oil which I believe is loaded with Vitamin E. Will that be okay?

My next question is whether or not I can use my current salves which are made with beeswax as the beeswax to thicken my new salves? Does that make sense? I am wondering if the "boiled" salves will work as beeswax for my new salves just as long as I use a new oil mixture.

    Re: Salves
    by Bulk Herb Store on Jul 24, 2013

    If the herbs were only simmering I would still use them. Adding the Vitamin E oil and grapefruit seed extract will prolong it's shelf life but you can make it without, it just won't last as long.
    You could prob. use the current salve to thicken the new ones, you may still need to add some more beeswax, you can judge according to your preference of consistency.

heating herb mixture
by Anonymous on Jun 19, 2013

I put a jar in the crock pot and turned it on low, but the next morning the water was boiling and the liquid inside the jar was also boiling. Can I still use the mixture? I turned the crock pot down to warm and that seemed to work once I let all the heat out.


    Re: heating herb mixture
    by Bulk Herb Store on Jun 27, 2013

    Since the liquid in the jar was boiling too, the herbs are prob. quite cooked and very likely have lost most of their properties so if it was me I would make a new batch and keep the crock-pot on warm. If it doesn't get hot enough you can turn it on low for a while, then turn it back down.

Slow cooker settings for salve kit.
by Stacey Smith on Aug 20, 2012

Would this work in the slow cooker on the warm setting for 3 days?

    Re: Slow cooker settings for salve kit.
    by Bulk Herb Store on Jan 23, 2013

    I don't see why not. I would give it a go!

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