DIY Natural Salve for Goats

This is an herbal goat salve that promotes healing for wounds, cuts, scrapes, and more. We love this salve, as it is easy to make, and has many beneficial qualities! Read the full recipe below on how to make this wonderful salve, and please check out the video of the salve making process as well! The ingredients are linked to amazon affiliates, from which a small commission will be earned to support future blog posts, videos, and our lovely goats (find more about them on Instagram). So if you can, please purchase ingredients directly from those links, any and all support would be greatly appreciated.

Full Recipe:

1 tablespoon Beeswax pellets/melts

1/4 cup Olive Oil

1 tablespoon Manuka Honey

1/2 tablespoon dried Calendula Flower

1/2 tablespoon dried Chamomile

1/2 tablespoon dried Lemon Balm

1/2 tablespoon dried Goldenseal

1 teaspoon Cayenne Pepper

Melt beeswax, olive oil, and honey together. When the beeswax has melted, add in your herbs, and stir to combine. Let the herbs “steep” in your mixture on low heat. Strain excess large pieces of herbs out using a tea strainer or sieve. Pour into metal tins/storage containers.

For full video on the process of making this salve, click HERE.

For free printable labels click HERE

DISCLAIMER: I am not a vet, nor am I a licensed professional. I am in no way a “goat expert” and my opinions are only that of personal experiences, and my insights shared are not medical treatment suggestions, care suggestions, or any directions for raising goats at all. I am simply sharing my own personal opinions. Any and all changes to your goats’ health regimen, care, etc. should be approved by a veterinary professional or licensed professional. I also believe that every goat owner has their own way of doing things, so just as my opinions are my own, and cannot apply to anyone else, your opinions are also regarding your individual goats, and I welcome you to share them in a kind, constructive manner. Disclosure: This post may contain Amazon Affiliate Links, from which I will earn a commission.


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