Directions

  1. Blenderize oatmeal with chamomile flowers, elder flowers, and orange blossoms.
  2. Pour the mixture into a clean mixing bowl.
  3. Add cornmeal, Irish moss powder, slippery elm powder, and comfrey root powder, and mix well,
  4. Put a small amount into a container for daily use.
  5. Store remainder in an airtight container. It will keep indefinitely, although it's best if used within 6 months.
  6. To use, rinse your face with water first.

Roman chamomile is an easy-growing perennial herb that makes a great companion for perennial crops such as strawberries. Use the daisy flowers of this handy herb to make homemade chamomile tea, as well as in herbal products like Corny Cleanser for Dry Skin.

  1. Put a small amount ol the cleansing powder in your hands and add enough water to make a paste.
  2. Rub your face gently, making little circles with your hands.
  3. Rinse your lace with warm water, ending with a cold splash to close the pores.

Yield: About I cup ol cleansing grains

Caution: If you are pregnant, consult with a physician before using any formula that contains comfrey root powder.

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t"luffy -Herbal t"ace £Tream

You can make your own luxurious, fluffy, white face cream and customize it with the herbs and essential oils that you like best. Herbalist Rosemary Gladstar, founder of Sage Mountain in East Barre, Vermont, and author of Herbal Healing jor Women, has trained hundreds of apprentices, many of whom have developed entire natural body care product lines based on her recipes. Heres Rosemarys original face cream recipe:

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