Sweet Woodruff Herbal Tincture For Wounds
Fill a pint jar with dried sweet woodruff and pour olive oil over the herb to fill the jar. Place in the sun for 2 weeks and strain. Add several drops of tincture of benzoin to the mixture before placing it in a labeled bottle. This can be applied to any cut, scrape, or wound. Sweet woodruff has long been used to aid in the healing of wounds. It has also been used for centuries as a perfume base. This recipe could be applied to the skin as a scent, as well as for medicinal purposes.
The scent of sweet woodruff gets stronger the longer it dries. The herb's vanilla scent comes from an organic compound called coumarin. Coumarin is used in making perfumes and was the fIrst natural scent to be synthesized from coal-tar products
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