Airmid’s Cauldron

Wounds are bothersome whatever time of year, however, with garden season upon us and all the other outdoor activities they can really become a nuisance. That being said, once again let us look to nature for yet another holistic remedy.

Wound Powder

1 ounce Krameria

1 ½ ounces Goldenseal root

1 ½ ounces Usnea

1 ½ ounces Echinacea root

1 ½ ounces Eucalyptus leaf

1 ounce Juniper leaves

1 ounce Wormwood

Grind all the above into a fine powder (an electric coffee grinder works great) and sift through a fine mesh kitchen sieve.

Place powder into a sealed container, it will keep in freezer for up to one year. Powder can be sprinkled on fresh open or oozing wounds, repeat as needed; can also be sprinkled on socks or in shoes for athlete’s foot and on baby’s bottoms for diaper rash.

In next month’s installment we will be looking at herbal remedy Oils for infections and Rashes.