March 12, 2014 Calendar Entry

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We hope that you liked reading Witch Hazel’s story. For today, let’s roll up our sleeves and make some Witch Hazel Distillate. So, what do we do with the distillate, once it is made you may ask? A distillate is used externally for many different purposes as a cleanser and/or a toner. If you have sore muscles, inflammations, varicose veins, bruises, bumps, psoriasis, or other skin issues such as chicken pox, then Witch Hazel Distillate is for you! For the recipe, turn to page 25. It will last for about 6 months. Enjoy crafting a bottle for yourself or a loved one!


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