Herbs That Make You Stronger


http://www.mountainroseherbs.com/ Learn how to make herbal infused oils that you can use for herbal salve, lip balm recipes, or by itself as an herb oil. In this video we make calendula oil by using calendula with sweet almond oil and comfrey oil by infusing comfrey in olive oil. You can use bulk herbs from Mountain Rose Herbs for these remedies.

25 thoughts on “Herbs That Make You Stronger

  1. Mountain Rose Herbs says:

    Hi Lisabeth~I am so sorry your project turned out poorly! Coconut oil is
    not really the best oil for doing infusions. I generally use olive oil or
    almond oil~as suggested in the video. Additionally, I have never actually
    tried heating the oils in a crock pot, but I let the oils infuse at room
    temperature for several weeks. If I was going to heat them, I’d probably
    gently warm the olive oil and herb mix and then turn it off and let it
    infuse at room temperature for a few weeks. You’ll also want to make sure
    your herbs are completely covered with oil. I hope this helps and good
    luck on the next project ~Kori

  2. adrian rivera says:

    This a recommended to this lady, please stop making alot noise on your
    videos and please, some person talk behind of those videos and too noise
    and you can’t heard clear, hope next videos could be better… Ok

  3. Cherrell Vincent says:

    hi ,im a new subscriber living in the caribbean ,i love your channel can
    you please give me some ideas on how to prepare hair growth oils,will be
    much appreciated.

  4. Daca Inaru Taino Fraticelli says:

    HI! great instructional video. Learned alot. Could I use the same process
    with Rosemary? I would like to use it for memory purposes, getting old over
    here, LOL!

  5. Aron J says:

    Hi. I started making candles a few months ago. Could I use this technique
    to make tea infused scented oils for my candles? 

  6. Lee Wilson says:

    Love your videos, and how you teach. I just went to herb mentor and
    joined. I’ve done an aromatherapy course a couple years ago and loved it.
    Herb mentor site looks amazing. I’m so glad I stumbled upon your video
    tonight. 🙂 

  7. Quid est Veritas says:

    Can seeds like black cumin be made into an infusion?

    Thank you, great job with the videos. Good teacher! :)

  8. Roberta Ajulo says:

    Hey. Did you leave the oils with the herbs in a warm, dry area or in a cool
    place? The oils I see in the store should be kept in a cool, dry area.

  9. Emilia B says:

    I just made some German Chamomile this way with the virgin olive oil, but
    the oil is settling at the bottom and the herbs is floating at the top. Can
    you tell me what the problem might be? Now I am concerned cause you said
    the herbs should be under the oil. Thank you

  10. Norman Avery says:

    I’m wanting to make dandelion salve for the first time and I’m wondering if
    I can put in some willow with the flowers to add a pain relief for cracked
    hands?

  11. Natasha Lindner says:

    Thank you – I will go and do this now 🙂 I have dried lavender and dried
    calendula, and I now plan to extend my herbal garden.

  12. angelight73 says:

    i made fresh rose petals oil but it did not smell like rose at all. i
    thought i left it so long but it was just seven days but it smelled like
    rotten oil…. NOT NICE…. i wonder what i am doing wrong!!!!

  13. My Best Veggie Garden says:

    How are you doing. I made a combination infused oil recently with 3
    different herbs. I herbs together. I warmed the olive oil and added the
    herbal combination. I wanted to use this right of way. Anyway the oil came
    out very strong for my skin. Is there a oil I could add to make it milder.
    Do you think the olive oil is what made it so strong. Thanks. Have a great
    day.

  14. andy morrill says:

    Learn how to make herbal infused oils that you can use for herbal salve,
    lip balm recipes, or by itself as an herb oil. In this video we make
    calendula oil by using #calendula with sweet almond oil and #comfreyOil
    #comfrey oil by #infusing comfrey in olive oil. You can use bulk herbs
    from Mountain Rose #herbs for these remedies.

  15. Kim Smith says:

    Hi, I have a question..I’m doing a elderflower and grapeseed oil cold
    infusion, and like to know how long to leave it sit for?? I’ve looked all
    over the internet and the only thing I found on it, is that it don’t take
    long to infuse it, only around 8 hrs or it will smell like cat pee! Well
    I’ve had mine for 3 days going and it don’t smell like pee yet..

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