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Post Wed Jan 31, 2018 7:09 am

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I just finished cooking a salve to kill external and internal pain. Applied externally it feels warm, relaxes tense muscles and eases peripheral pain in muscles, nerves and joints. It helps extend range of motion limited by sore muscles.

It is addictive, I can't stop massaging myself wherever I feel muscle pain!

Beginning downward dog yoga has me in pain in my neck, shoulders, sternum, forearms, triceps.

I often feel some lower back pain especially on my right side. This salve really helps ease pain!

However, when I inhale it through each nostril, it stimulates my nostrils with spicy heat. The heat is not unbearable. I like the sensation in my nostrils. It relaxes me and causes my nose to run a little. The heat would be too much for young children.

The negative is the bits of undissolved catnip or passion flower that may cause you to choke as you snort it trough each nostril. These catnip/passion flower bits settle to the bottom of the containers.

Leo Balm: Kill Pain: Muscle relaxant: 18 herbs, 33g catnip, 33g marjoram, 33g chili pepper, 6g X 15 herbs in 500 ml EVOO, 500 ml VCO, 180g beeswax. Snort a little through each nostril. Rub on throat, chest, forehead, temples, sore muscles and joints.

Note the design: I dissolve 200g of dried herbs in 1.5 L of hot oil. The 3 herbs I wish to emphasize consume half (100g)
The remaining 15 herbs consume the other half (100g)

Care must be taken to gently heat the oil. Turn burner to the lowest setting to let temp drop to 80+ Celsius

Careful not to rub salve near eyes!

Actually, I was able to rub some Leo Balm on the outside of my left swollen eyelid without burning my eyes!

EVOO = extra virgin olive oil (Gallo)
VCO = virgin coconut oil (Grace, cold pressed)

Black pepper, catnip, chamomile, chilli pepper, cramp bark, dill, lavender, lemon balm, linden, marjoram, mullein, passion flower, peppermint, plantain, skullcap, slippery elm, St John's wort, thyme. :)

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Actually when larger quantities are snorted, Leo Balm releases lots of phlegm. Slight headache soon subsides. :)

Leo Balm is a modification of QT:

QT: Quit Tobacco: Anti anxiety: 17 herbs, 6g X 17 herbs in 500 ml EVOO, 500 ml VCO, 180g beeswax. Snort a little through each nostril. Rub on throat, chest, temples, sore muscles and joints.

Black pepper, catnip, chamomile, cramp bark, dill, lavender, lemon balm, linden, marjoram, mullein, passion flower, peppermint, plantain, skullcap, slippery elm, St John's wort, thyme.

I believe the powerful expectorate action of Leo Balm can help with asthma, bronchitis, COPD, influenza. :yahoo:

Don't snort Leo Balm while you take meds for colds and flu.

I use a $30 Oster blender, 1.5L capacity glass jug, 700w, 12 speed, can blend hot liquids. Walmart sells them. Must clean blender after each use. Rubber ring may need to be replaced.

I don't use the blenders cover. A light cloth held with rubber band acts as a cover to prevent splash spills. This way steam from hot oil can escape. Trapped steam kills blenders! :love:

I recently treated myself for influenza. I used Leo Balm. It helped me recover quickly. Blasted the phlegm out and suppressed cough and killed external pain when rubbed on forehead, throat, chest, upper back.

Currently working on designing labels.

Great News I am working on the following>

HypoTensive, Hypoglycemic Blood and Heart Tonic and Purifyer, 29 herbs

I call it Blood Brother because it helps the blood and heart by lowering blood pressure & sugar, strengthening the heart.

Blood brother promotes the circulation of blood in veins and arteries. He can help dissolve and prevent blood clots. He strengthens the heart and purifies the blood

I am hoping blood brother will reduce high blood pressure and high blood sugar and high cholesterol

Blood brother should also help varicose vein. He should be wise enough to BALANCE both hypo and hyper blood pressure and blood sugar.

Blood Brother is 29 herbs in 500 ml EVOO, 500 ml VCO, 180g beeswax.

11g X 14 (* astragalus, * burdock, chilli pepper, cinamon, coriander, eucalyptus, * goto kola, goji berries, * hawthorne, hibiscus, lemon balm, marjoram, nutmeg, * schisandra chenensis)

3g X 15 (alfalfa, bilberry, black pepper, chrysanthemum, Dang Shen, garlic, ginger, ginkgo, linden, onion, passion flower, peony, plantain, slippery elm, yarrow)

Snort through each nostril into mouth every 2 hours.

Massage throat, chest and upper back.

Warning: Do not take with meds for blood, heart, hypertension or diabetes

Explanation of formula

I selected herbs that reduce hypertension and hyperglycemia, strengthen the heart and stimulate circulation of blood and oxygen.

This is an aromatherapy product that heals by aroma

I separated 8 herbs that have pleasant pungent aroma:

cinnamon, coriander, eucalyptus, goji berries, hibiscus, lemon balm, marjoram, nutmeg

5 that are powerful heart and blood tonics/puirfyers:

astragalus, burdock, goto kola, hawthorne, Schisandra chinensis.

I added pepper to magnify their effect. Pepper itself is a vasodilator.

The amount of pepper overall is only 14g. Compare with Leo Balm's 39g.

I want my product to smell sweet, So I make my selection of 14 herbs (11g each) consume 150g of the 200g of herbs

The remaining 50g is consumed by 15 herbs (3g each) that are not so strongly aromatic or have a different aroma like garlic, onion, black pepper:

alfalfa, bilberry, black pepper, chrysanthemum, Dang Shen, garlic, ginger, ginkgo, linden, onion, passion flower, peony, plantain, slippery elm, yarrow

The most mildly aromatic of the latter group is

chrysanthemum, Dang Shen and peony

After I pickup the last ingredient, Schisandra Chinensis, I will cook it today :)

I cooked Blood Brother and am disappointed by the aroma. My nose does not detect any of the sweet aroma of the ingredients. Garlic and onion is only 3% by weight yet their aroma dominate Blood Brother. :(

While blending, I noticed a separate light brown layer, like the head of beer, form on the top.

This layer has strong aroma of garlic/onion. Below this layer, I can appreciate the subtle aroma of the aromatic group pf ingredients. :yahoo:

The effect is remarkable. When I snort Blood Brother I feel the act of breathing becomes smooth and effortless. I feel relaxed, not drowsy. Yes there is pepper in my nostrils which can cause me to sneeze.

The area around my heart is often painful when I apply light pressure with the tips of my finger. Now I feel no pain when I massage my left chest area.

I believe Blood Brother can help remove blockages in the arteries and veins. It can be rubbed externally on the throat, chest and upper back.

Blood Brother may be useful in treating varicose veins or venous insufficiency.

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:yahoo


I am working on an antidepressant I will call Happy Face, 26+ herbs in 500 ml EVOO, 500 ml VCO, 180g beeswax

Simultaneously, I am researching a product I will call Midlife Crisis for issues concerning menopause

I cut off my Internet and landline. I am tethering my cell. I need to save money for an important project :(
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