Homemade Pain And Varicose Veins Liniment

This is a great recipe for varicose veins, joint pain, muscle aches, and it’s all natural.

  • 1/2 oz. yarrow (like this)
  • 1/2 oz. calendula (like this)
  • 1/2 oz. St. John’s Wort (like this)
  • .10 oz. cayenne (like this)
  • .10 oz. ginger, ground or pieces
  • witch hazel (like this)


Three Easy Steps

Lightly pack all the herbs and spices to a glass jar with lid.  Pour witch hazel over the herbs to cover plus 2 inches .  With a wooden spoon, stir to remove air bubbles, and place lid on tightly.  Label your jar and infuse for 2 to 3 weeks, shaking your jar everyday.


Straining and Bottling

After the 2 to 3 weeks is up, strain your finished liniment through cheese cloth or coffee filter.  Using a funnel, pour your liniment in a small mouth bottle.  I use a recycled bottle with a recycled wine cork.  Label your bottle.  You can date it, but shelf life is indefinite.  Store in a cool, dark cabinet.


Using Your Liniment

Once or twice daily, rub a little into varicose veins, muscle aches, and joint pain.  Always rub towards the heart to improve blood flow.


Okay, One More

Hide your liniment if you don’t want to share.  It works wonders, so your may not want to share.


You can get all your herbs and spices at Sage Hill Botanicals Herb Company


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