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I was told of an old concoction used for muscle and joint pain many years ago. It is made by combining two ounces of turpentine, two ounces of apple cider vinegar and one egg in a blender. Simply blend until it is creamy looking and use as a topical liniment. It does not need to be refrigerated, keeps for months when stored in a glass jar with lid and is very effective.
Be careful turpentine sold at the supermarket isnt real turpentine, its slightly more volatile than kerosene made by the oil industry. Real turpentine comes from pine trees and is a bit of a mission to make.
You are right, Gavin.
I have found gum turpentine in NZ and we make our own emulsions for turpentine bath.
You make your own emulsions? Is there a formula and recipe for that?
Yes, we make and sell them worldwide. I cannot place the link to our website but if you will Google – turpentine bath tonic you will find it first in search results. We almost finished the video about the procedure which will be on Youtube and just need to put titers in English language version.
It is quite difficult to make yellow tonic but more easy to make the white one.
Ingredients of yellow tonic – vegetable turpentine -750ml, castor oil-300ml, oleic acid-200ml, caustic soda-20g and water -200ml. But you cannot just mix it, it a special technology to make the tonic.
Ingredients of white tonic – vegetable turpentine -500ml, water -550ml, baby soap -30g, salicylic acid -3g, camphor spirith -20g. Again, it a special technology to make this tonic.
Is there a pronounced or slight odor w/this concoction, do I hve to stay home after using this solution?
My family has used turpentine topically and internally and we have not noticed there being an odor issue. High quality turpentine smells really good anyway.
I am careful about using garlic and then going out among others but do not worry about it with turpentine.
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