Homemade Herbal Healing Recipes

I believe in healing my family naturally. I am a believer in herbal healing remedies.  I frequent my local herbalist at least once a week!

You can read what led me to trust and believe in herbal remedies here.


I try to make my own remedies when possible.  I find that the kids really like it and it makes it easier for them to ‘take their medicine’ when they have helped to make it.

I will continue to add tho this list so check back in for updates!

Garlic/Mullein Ear Drops vapor rub

Homemade Cough Syrup

Homemade Natural Vapor Rub

Homemade Electrolyte Drink

Magnesium Oil Spray

Elderberry Syrup

Instant Pot Elderberry Syrup

Elderberry Gummies

These are not homemade but they are natural and work wonderfully:

Healing power of an onion

Letting a fever run its course naturally

Colloidal Silver

Health Benefits of a Himalayan Salt Inhaler

10 Uses for Apple Cider Vinegar

Eczema Relief using Neem

Eliminate Pinworms NaturallyGarlic Mullein Ear Drops

Soothing Growing Pains Naturally


Many of my herbal recipes fall under the category of homemade body or hygiene recipes.  Such as after sun relief spray, bug spray, and so many more so please check out this list as well.

11 thoughts on “Homemade Herbal Healing Recipes

  1. Kristina says:

    Your site is wonderful. I want to add another holistic aid that is really valuable… safe ASPIRIN for pain and headache. I hunted high and low for non-GMO aspirin with no luck. Finally I found the organic holistic equivalent – chopped White Willow Bark.

    Use Organic White Willow Bark, from Frontier. Make a VERY strong tea. For an all day amount, I use 2/3 cup White Willow Bark to 2 quarts of water. Bring to a boil in a glass or enamel pot. Simmer about 10 minutes and let sit for another 20 minutes.

    Strain a cup, add up to a TBSP of real Maple Syrup. If it’s to strong in flavor, add water. Drink 1-2 cups every 3 hours for pain. This has worked for us with chronic back pain and severe headaches. Hope it blesses your readers.

  2. Candy says:

    No offense but I do not think you know the true definition of what homeopathy is or its history, Please go to Homeopathy Works by Joette Calabrese website.

  3. Paula says:

    Terrific homemade natural recipes! And I love that you offer a link to Etsy for your sunscreen which I’m going to try. But I concur with Candy, these recipes are definitely not homeopathic. Perhaps you can replace the word “homeopathic” with a more accurate word such as “Herbal” or “natural” so as not to confuse your followers.

    • Angela says:

      Thank you so much for stopping by and pointing this out. I have removed the word homeopathic, thank you so much for the suggestion!

  4. agnesina carter says:

    Hi Angela
    I have been having post nasal drip in the back of my throat for several weeks. I have been to see my primary doctor, ent doctor. I have finished my antibiotics and steroids, antihistames. Is there anything holistic that you know of that works on this awful gagging that I have. thanks.

  5. Kelly says:

    Sorry, but these remedies are holistic, homemade, but are not homeopathic. Homeopathic means “like treats like”, which means that substances, even dangerous ones like arsenic, belladonna, mercury are diluted so much that they’re not longer dangerous and that mix is dropped on a sugar pill. You will confuse a lot of people as to the definition of homeopathy, which is a line of little pellets of actual medicine, not just herbs, tinctures and natural supplements. Many people already confuse this definition and really hurts the reputation of homeopathy as a viable and actually safe form of treatment.

    • Angela says:

      Yes, I realize that. I changed the title quite a while ago to homemade herbal healing recipes and eliminated the use of the word homeopathic. Thank you so much for stopping by!

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