Herbalism Basics 4 – How To Make An Infused Oil.
This is one of a series of 6 YouTube videos explaining the basic principals of making various herbal preperations. These 6 videos are just for reference to compliment any home herbalism orientated videos I put up in the future.
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10 Replies to “How To Make An Infused Oil – Herbalism Basics 4”
Hi there! Thank you for your amazing vídeo.
Does the exposure to directly sunlight stands to all kind of infused flowers please? I tend to leave mine in the cupboard. Please answer ?
Hello. How long should I cold infuse for if I live in a climate where the temperature gets over 100°f? Or does it make any difference?
Is there a risk of botulism with either of these methods if I want to make infused oils for cooking?
Very good idea to use the infused oil to add herbs and therefor add more strength ( doubling it?) ! I'm going to use the double boiler method /doubled as you do and I'm going to double it too. Thankyou. I do hope my customers will like this special ingredient in my products as much as I will.
I am looking to make face/body oil with coconut oil .. how long do I need to infuse the herbs in coconut oil ? do I need to put them on stove with double boiler or just soak the herbs in coconut oil for dew days ? thanks you .. great video .. love your content .. love from London
Can you leave the herb in the oil? Like can you leave a stem of lavender or something in the oil
Once it’s finished? Or will it have a bad effect on the oil???
However, steam is actually hotter than boiling water…
Which infused oils can by used for large open wounds as in the case of cancer?
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