This sting oil truly is amazing.
Angelina Jolie Lips
A while back my daughter was stung by three hornets on her lip. She melted a few lumps of frankincense I’d given her earlier into some coconut oil.
At this point her lip had swollen to baseball size and she was in pain.
Within an hour she called to say the swelling was almost completely gone, with the exception of her lips, which looked like “Angelina Jolie” and she was happy about that.
Not much longer later, she called again to say her lips had returned to normal size, much to her dismay.
We thought she had exaggerated the exceptional power of this ointment.
We were wrong.
Not long after her incident with the hornet, while I was away on errands, Rob was stung by a wasp on the neck. He tried the same thing.
By the time I’d gotten home I could not even tell where he’d been stung.
I haven’t had the opportunity to try it on wasp or hornet stings, but I did get bitten by a brown recluse.
I used the oil several times a day for several days. The bite did not progress beyond initial itching and inflammation, and healed without other issues.
My friend tried some on her fever blister. She said it went away faster than it ever did when she used the lysine.
I’d love to hear your stories about how you’ve used this Amazing Sting Oil.
A Little Goes a Long Ways
I only make small batches of this sting oil. Frankincense is the resin of a tree that grows in the desert regions of northern Africa and Oman, among other countries of the Middle East. There are some questionable harvesting techniques being used in some places, and it’s possible that this valuable tree may not survive.
Therefore we only buy what we need and we aren’t ‘going into business’ of selling this item. Each summer I make a batch for our own household and will share some of that with you through my shop. Eventually I’d like to try some of the resins from our local trees to see if that makes as effective a remedy.
My ‘Real’ Products
My real line of work is as an artist and paint-maker. That’s what I’m ordinarily doing with my time, not making Sting Oil. You can find out more about all of that by clicking on the links below or in the menu at the top of this page. Thanks for visiting!
Madison Woods is an author, artist, and Paleo Paint maker living
with her husband in northwest Arkansas far off the beaten path. She uses Ozark pigments to create her paintings.
To see her paintings click here.
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