Pain Relief Balm with Infused Coconut Oil

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  1. Hello Liz, love watching you and how you teach. One question I have is, how did you decide what essential oils to add. Also are the added oils a baseline or are they specific for this recipes. Hope you have a great day!!

  2. Hi Liz, wonderful video. Have you found it best to use multiple essential oils? Is there a similar ‘entourage effect’ in using oils like there is in cannabis? And lastly, would single oil mixtures loose any of the benefits the essential oils can offer?

  3. Thank you Liz.

    Thank you LIz. Just made my balm using your recipe and it's fantastic. I'd like to be specific with Tumeric so how much aprox. did you put Tumeric in your recipe? (mg? ) I know how much benefit it has, but don't want to put too much. Thanks in advance.

  4. Really enjoy your videos. I’m a patient in Oregon and can’t wait to try this recipe for myself and friends. Made your lip balm recipe back in April using decarb’d shatter with peppermint & lavender EO’s and they turned out terrific. I always tell people about your channel and share your links in my cannabis groups. Thank you again and keep those recipes, tips & tricks coming💗

  5. I think I missed something. What was the coconut oil infused with? I didn’t hear that part. Will it work without the coconut oil infusion? I need the recipe in full to make anything Thank you

  6. Oh my Gosh Liz, been watching for almost a year now and I've watched this before but must have missed the intro. I also have EDS. Love your videos you've helped me to save a lot of money by not buying stuff from dispensaries. I'm in Florida U.S. we don't have growing rights yet, so No choice but by the weed from dispensary but at least I can now make my own products. Btw I always use pretty much the same oils or additives as you and love it! ✌💚

  7. good morning, Liz. working on doing this recipie this weekend. i'm REALLY horrible at writing things down while watching, any chance you could include an ingredient list some where in the post? i'm a "hit and run" shopper. in and out…..

  8. Hello there Liz! Thanks for yet again another wonderful tutorial. I have a question, do you have a cream recipe for eczema? I’m glad to hear this balm brings you relief from sore and painful joints/muscles.

  9. Holy shit, what a gold mine i found when I subscribed to this channel! Thank you, thank you, and thank you some more ma'am. Amazing channel and amazing content.

  10. sub'd a while back. like your recipes fer sure. !!! do you have a recipe for the actual butter? we have a magic butter machine at home and it makes some lovely stuff. is it safe to assume you are using a higher CBD flower ( % ? )to make the butter? our MB2 machine has a minimum of 2 cups of butter per session. how much flower are you adding based on two cups ???

  11. Liz, I love your videos! I can tell you've put a lot of time into learning about all different aspects of creating cannabis infused things and it's so helpful. I have a chronic illness that has me in some amount of pain every day and cannabis is a huge part of my life now because of it. Thanks for your expertise and for helping me find a new creative project to try out!

  12. I agree with you 100% about the Lavender! We have lavender in tge garden and it smells a lot better than the Essential Oil! But I'm very new to all this and I'm learning every day. Your video is my favourite upto now and I've watched loads of DIY Balm video's. One thing that you mention intrigues me, what do you infuse into your Coconut Oil?
    I'm still getting the equipment, oils, waxes etc that are essential in making the Balms & Oil's. I'm house bound so not able to get out and about and therefore I rely a lot on the internet for my gear. I ordered a couple of kilo of all natural organic Beeswax… hmmm it really smells of paraffin and it's a deeper brown! Nothing like the natural golden coloured wax that I use for my woodturning! Will it be OK to use or would I be better sourcing more from another place! Anyway enough of my questions, thank you for sharing your interesting video I've SUBSCRIBED so I won't miss any of your future video's. Take care.👍 😆 👌

  13. I make something like this. It works great. I also use “Trauma Oil” in the base. It’s a combo of Calendula, St. John’s Wort, and Arnica infused oils. I also add German Chamomile, great for inflammation.

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