Camphor Ice (1901) – by LBCC Historical

Camphor Ice (1901) – by LBCC Historical


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Camphor was used in Ancient Sumatra to treat sprains, swellings, and inflammation. In the 18th century, camphor was used to treat Mania. By the 19-20th centuries they started making a product called Camphor Ice, which was a salve and was used to treat many ailments topically.

This recipe is from 1901.

Useful in treating: dermatitis, eczema, rosacea, psoriasis, cracked skin, sore muscles, chapped lips, wind burn, dry heels, chest cold, razor burn, insect bites, sunburns, etc.

Materials: Natural, Lard, Camphor, Jojoba, Almond Oil, Bees Wax

100% Natural

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LBCC Historical specializes in researching and reproducing historical Apothecary & Cosmetics products. Recipes are extracted from the historical archives and were used by our ancestors. Ingredients are 100% top quality, natural, and almost always organic.


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