First Aid Spray

First Aid Spray  Small cuts and wounds are often more annoying than painful, but they do run the risk of getting infected. I like to use my First Aid Spray to disinfect and speed skin recovery.

How to make a First Aid Spray

You will need:

  • 1 x 8 oz (250ml) glass spray bottle
  • 1/2 tsp salt
  • Distilled or filtered water
  • 7 drops of Lavender
  • 5 drops Melaleluca alternifolia
  • 4 drops Geranium
  • 3 drops Dorado Azule 
  • A small funnel is handy, but you can use a piece of paper or spoon to get the salt into the spray bottle.
  1. Put the salt into a container,
  2. Drop the oils in the salt,
  3. Mix together,
  4. Put the salt into the glass spray bottle,
  5. Add water and,
  6. Shake.

Shake well before every use.
I use it to spray on cuts and wounds. Ive found, the sooner you get it on the wound the more effective the oils are and the faster it will heal.
I apply the spray 3-4 times per day.

You can also make up a blend like this and add to Young Living’s Animal Scents Ointment to make a cream that will keep the area moist as well as work well on a larger area.

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