While I’ve been using both my (formerly) broken arm and my Canna Deodorant on a daily basis, Sunday I put both to the ultimate test. I mowed Mom’s lawn as well as my own. Not only does my wrist not hurt, “I didn’t stink!”
I still use the salve day and night to keep the pain away. If I don’t use it at bedtime, in the morning my hand is quite stiff and sore. So, it’s easy to see why I use it. This was the first time I’ve ever broken a bone, and the first time I’ve mowed the lawn all season thanks to the broken bones and Kendra stepping up and mowing for me! (Thank you again my beautiful daughter!)
The deodorant, as I noted, is very effective. I prefer the basic version (without wax) because the wax in the travel version is harder to wash off. It doesn’t travel to warm climates very well, but does just fine staying home here in Oregon. I am very very happy with how well it works and it’s nice to not be putting aluminum into my body every day. Have you tried Canna Deodorant yet?
For the people wanting to know how to dry leaves for salve. It’s nice to have a large rack or window screen to lay them on … but if not, newspaper is a do-able drying surface. You can lay the newspaper on the counter or on the floor if you don’t have pets. (You obviously don’t want to get hair in your plant matter, so be cautious of the surroundings). When they are crunchy and dry, bring them in and we’ll convert them to salve! If you are drying bud, you will want to hang them. Leaving a ‘hook’ when cutting the stem is the best thing you can do so you have a place to hang them from; else you might have to pin them.
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