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4 parts Burdock root
4 parts Dandelion root
1 part Red Clover flowers
1 part Yellow Dock root
1 part Liquorice root
1 part Lemon Balm leaves
Combined decoction and infusion: 3 cups per day - may be continued for extended periods of time with suitable breaks in treatment
Burdock is one of the principal herbs used by professional herbalists for treating chronic skin problems. It can be used alone or in combination with any of the above herbs.
For external use:
Burdock root or leaves
Ointment or infusion applied as wash or compress: apply to affected areas

2 parts Elder flowers
1 part Marigold flowers
1 part Eucalyptus leaves
Infusion prepared in bowl or open vessel: cover the head with a cloth or towel and lean over the bowl for 5-10 minutes, allowing the skin to obtain full benefit from the aromatic steam and volatile oils.

Boils and Abscesses
For abscesses, boils, styes and carbuncles:
Burdock root or leaves
Chickweed herb
Comfrey root or leaves
Marshmallow leaves
Mullein leaves
Plantain leaves
Poultice, compress or ointment of any of the above, alone or in combination: apply directly to affected area, renewing 2-4 times daily

Marigold flowers
Mullein leaves
Comfrey leaves
St John's Wort herb
Poultice, compress or ointment of any of the above, alone or in combination: for optimum effect apply a hot poultice, renewing at least 4 times per day

Aloe Vera leaves
Fresh gel expressed from leaves: apply to affected area, renewing 2-4 times daily

For a black eye - to soothe the pain and help remove discoloration from cuts and bruises around the eyes, apply a hot poultice of Hyssop (Hyssopus officinalis) leaves, fresh or dried. Renew frequently.




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