Exactly why I don't have a page for salves on my web site, I couldn't tell you. Simple to make and highly effective, it took me making a salve for my own issues to realize I need to put these on the web site. Hopefully I'll get that up and running in the next few days but, of course, revising web pages is a major hassle! I'll definitely include the salve I made for hemorrhoids but will also have some with single herbal ingredients as well. Offhand, I can see an offering of salves for things like respiratory issues, skin conditions, burns, muscle ache relief, and headaches and single herbal blends like calendula, yarrow, lavender, lemon balm, chamomile, etc. If there's anything you'd particularly like to see included, let me know, otherwise I'll be creating on my own and hoping something hits your fancy when you take a peek.
I'm working on adding some new products and pretty nifty selections on the web site. I'm going to take one product at a time and create detailed instructions on how to DIY (with lots of tips you might not immediately thing of). That will take some time to perfect because I don't want to leave out a single detail that you might want to know. Then I'm going to put together DIY kits for the product. You will be able to order both the kit and the instructions or each one separately. This way you won't have to invest a ton of money on something that you might not ultimately enjoy doing. I've been experimenting with various liquid oils, different sugars and salts and exciting essential oil combinations. Each kit will contain a couple of cute jars and enough liquid oils, sugars, salts and essential oils to make a couple of products. After that, I figure you're on your own, but this would also make a nice birthday or holiday gift for friends who are crafty. So, as you can see, my first venture will be sugar and salt scrubs, followed as soon as humanly possible by similar packages for body butters, lip balms, herbal teas, tinctures and maybe even light body lotions.
One advantage of working in hospice is that I get to play with all the therapy dogs. This is Asher, a Corgi.