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So we are going to start sharing more of the awesome deals that we find here on our blog. We share tons of deals on our Twitter feed but we will share specific items that are just too good not to let you know about, on our Twitter feed you will find a lot of discounts but on our blog we will share singular items. So if you are looking for great deals we will share them here. From Designer clothing to Travel we will find some of the best deals in the world and we will put them here.
P.S. Be reassured that we will still post all of our recipes and DIY information. We are just going to do a little more!
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1 tbs. lanolin
2 tsp. sweet almond oil
2 tsp. water
2 tsp. cod liver oil
Use one of the mixes below for the Comfrey:
1 tbs. infusion of comfrey leaves
1 tbs. decoction of comfrey roots
Melt lanolin and almond oil in a double boiler, add water and allow to cool. After cooled add and mix cod liver oil and comfrey. Apply gently to face and rinse off after 5 to 10 minutes. This is a rich moisturizer that boosts the water-holding capacity of your skin and helps plump out wrinkled areas.
1. Infusion: This is a beverage made like a tea, by pouring boiled water over the comfrey leaves and steeping to extract the active ingredients. The normal amounts are about 1/2 to 1 ounce of comfrey leaves to one pint of boiled water. You should let the mixture steep for 5 to 10 minutes, covered, and strain the infusion into a cup.
2. Decoction: This preparation allows you to extract primarily the mineral salts and bitter principles rather than the vitamins and volatile ingredients. The normal amounts are about 1/2 ounce comfrey root to 1 cup water. Bring ingredients to a boil, then reduce heat and simmer for up to 4 minutes. Remove from heat and steep the mixture with the cover on the pot for a 3 minutes.