To start, fill the bottom half of your double boiler’s pot to about one-half full, and place over medium high heat. Then, add your beeswax to the top half of the double boiler. Stir it occasionally to be sure the beeswax is breaking up.
While the pan is heating to melt the beeswax, measure out the coconut oil and the sweet almond oil to have them all ready. Be careful not to burn the beeswax. When it's starting to melt, go ahead and add the coconut and almond oils. Once these three ingredients are all blended and melted nicely, and there are no lumps or chunks left, you can go ahead and turn off the heat.
Add in all of the essential oils. Carefully count each drop as you add them since some of these are runnier oils and they can run pour quickly into that pot!
Mix well and then you are all ready to pour the mixture into your balm containers. Pour the mixture slowly and leave just a bit of room at the top of each container.
Allow them to cool at room temperature and away from sunlight for close to an hour. Once they are completely cooled, place the lids on. Feel the bottom center of the container to see if it has cooled and if it is, you’re good to go.
How To Use Your Natural Sinus Relief Body Balm
Place a small pea sized amount on your fingers and rub onto the chest, neck or dot under the nose for natural sinus relief. The balm can also be put on the temples or the back of the neck if you are having stuffiness all over the head as well. Be sure to rub the salve in well.
You can also use a warm compress over the on the chest to help boost the relief.
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