This ancient balm was used for many centuries for treating different types of diseases. It’s miraculous balm that comes from the heart of Russia. The best thing about this homemade remedy is that it contains only 3 ingredients and its super easy for making. These ingredients can deal with bronchitis, angina, open sores, swelling, ovarian inflammation, bruises, ulcers, cracked feet and hands, it also heals  burns, cuts, open wounds and whole plethora of other diseases.

Ancient Miraculous Balm That Heals Burns, Open Wounds and Cuts!


-800ml of St. John’s Wort Oil

-120 gr. of beeswax
-2 Eggs

Method of Preparation:

Cook the eggs, separate the yolks, and mesh them. Pour the St. John’s Wort in a pan, and mix it with the beeswax. Cook this mixture on a low heat as long as the wax melts down. When the mixture begins to boil, add the yolks, and wait for the oil to start foaming. Right after the foaming begins, remove the pan, wait for the mixture to settle down, and put it back on the oven once again. This time you need to stir the mixture constantly, until it gets dark brown color. Remove it from the oven and let it cool down for about twenty minutes. Strain the mixture into a glass jar using a sieve or a gauze.


The miracle balm can be applied on your skin or orally. If you want to use it on your skin, apply big amount of it with cold compress. A ½ tablespoon on a day, before meals is recommended dosage if you want to use it orally.


To treat this condition, you will need to melt 1 tbsp of the miracle balm, and pour it in a pipette, so you can easily apply it in your nose. Repeat this every hour.

Purulent angina and Tonsillitis

Simply, apply cold compress on the neck, and use this powerful balm orally.


Fold a gauze, so it acts like a tampon, insert a little bit of the balm in the gauze, put it on the affected area, and let it overnight. You need to repeat this for ten days.


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