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Bee Sting

Post by Admin on September 17th 2008, 5:06 am

Liliy's concoction for a bee sting:

Echinacea, cleavers, licorice in tincture form equal parts (?)
alot of it, about 20 mls. Add some water. Take half immediately to start the healing and sip often

later if symptoms persist as with Ellebee's sting Sad - hives appeared, forumula was made again, but Echinacea was swapped out and replaced with skullcap, that is Scutellaria lateriflora, not Scuterllaria baicalensis

Was it equal parts? Question Suspect

This is a formula I will be making for my first aide kit for sure- we had all these herbs in the valley, but if Ellebee had been out someplace away from the medicine No
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