Tuesday, March 24, 2015

Coconut Oil



What does this have to do with coconuts.  It will just wait.  First I have leftovers from my swaps.  If you would like one of the "No bunnies allowed".  They have little Easter eggs.  Not to eat.  They are small.  The size of a little match box.  For $7  plus a pot or pocket of daffies sent along with the bunnies.
I had boiling water spilled on my hand yesterday.  I used coconut oil on it.  No pain or redness.
   I am using it for little dog litle dog to help with joints.  Toodles back to my sitcom life.

10 comments:

Susie said...

Debby, I am plumb wore out....I just read your previous post. Isn't that the way it goes...just when you think you got your ducks in a row...then all craziness happens. I hope your house does sell soon. So sweet of the little one to offer help. Bless you, xoxo,Susie

Julia said...

Sorry about the scalding Debby, but it seems like the coconut oil did the trick. It's good stuff.
Hugs,
JB

Gina said...

I'm sorry about your hand, but I'm glad you shared the coconut oil tip. I have some in the cupboard, but I never knew it could be used for burns.

Sweet Posy Dreams said...

I've been thinking about trying to make homemade lotion/cream with coconut oil.

Musings from Kim K. said...

Thank you, thank you, thank you for my package! I'm feeling super spoiled to also have a "no bunnies allowed for my dollhouse". Mini hugs!

June said...

I haven't tried coconut oil for a burn, but lavender oil works awesome too. So glad you didn't burn badly!
hugs..

Sue said...

Uh, did YOU spill hot water on yourself? Maybe we should chat, girlfriend! Hope you are okay- I am sitting here freezing my buns off (oh how I wish! LOL) on t his cold and rainy day. :-(

Wsprsweetly Of Cottages said...

I don't think I have ever used cocoanut oil for anything. I sure didn't know you could use it on burns. I though cold water was the only thing to do. No pain? I just burned the heck out of the underside of my left arm while lifting my new huge and heavy pot..could have used some of that. Thank you for the hint.

Patricia @ Corn in my Coffee-Pot said...

Hate that you burned your hand... but i don't doubt the healing effects of coconut oil!
So glad you had some on hand...!
Ok... I didn't intend that pun, it just happened. ;)

Edna B said...

I have never tried using Coconut oil either, but thanks for the idea. I'm interested on how you will be using it for your little doggie. I am always interested in learning about natural healing oils.

You be careful. Burns are not fun. I'm so glad the oil works so well.

You have a wonderful weekend, hugs, Edna B.