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The itching and inflammation that comes with eczema is a terrifying thing to deal with. Its also an ugly thing to watch someone you love deal with.
One thing that can be an issue early on is baby eczema. In our world we have access to great creams and antibiotic ointments to help babies deal with this situation. What would you do if your child or grandchild was suffering from severe eczema in a collapse situation?
The babies literally scratch themselves to bleeding. This can lead to infections that could be deadly in a fallen world where you might not have access to antibiotics
Knowing how to manipulate the world around you and have the right items on hand to create medicines and natural care is imperative. This particular recipe only has two ingredients. You can ad essential oils to this recipe if you want it to have a scent or add other benefits.
Simple Eczema Cream Recipe
You can make this recipe easily in any amount you’d like. The one thing you must have on hand is a food processor with a whisk attachment or a powerful set of forearms!
The recipe is as easy as pie
You are going to use a 1:1 ration of these ingredients
- Raw Shea Butter
- Raw Unrefined Coconut Oil
You can also add some essential oils to the mix that can help with the eczema. Be sure that you test those oils out on the person with eczema as you don’t ant to slather that stuff on and really affect someone in a negative way.
Once the mix is created you can store it in mason jars and it will keep at room temperature. However, you are going to have to be careful about how hot it gets. The mix can separate if it gets too hot.
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