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What it’s good for: Saint Johns wort oil is famous for its burn healing properties, and is also good for scars, nerve pain, and calming the nervous system. I keep it in my kitchen and first thing I do if I burn myself on a hot oven pan, or a splatter of hot oil is run the burn under cold water and then apply a generous amount of Saint Johns Wort oil. Doing this you can often avoid any blistering and greatly speed the healing process. I like to start alternating with calendula oil after a few days as calendula is particularly good for minimizing any scarring and helping as the burn heals over.

Ingredients: Saint Johns Wort (Hypericum perforatum), Olive Oil

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Burn Be Gone: Saint Johns Wort in Olive oil

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