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Union Salve

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Made by a small family company here in Ohio, it's an old-time remedy that rural folk have trusted for years. In fact, Amish families across the country keep some in the cabinet.

  • Helps soothe and heal minor burns, sunburns, skin irritations and the bites of non-poisonous insects
  • Contains petroleum, lanolin, castor oil, mineral oil, carbolic acid, pine tar and paraffin wax
  • 3-1/2 oz jar lasts a long time
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UNION SALVE DESCRIPTION
  • Creamy, gentle on irritated skin
  • Safe, trusted ingredients
  • Made in Ohio for over 100 years

Customer Reviews of Union Salve
Product Rating: 5.0 out of 5.0(2 reviews)
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- 11/12/2013
said: mary
"Recently had a terrible burn on my hand. Antibiotics were not working, it wasn't healing. I had this salve in my medicine cabinet and started using it. It worked wonders, the burn healed quickly, the itching and pain radically decreased and it healed without scarring. Will never be without a jar of union salve again!"
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- 5/29/2012
said: Bryan
"My grandparents are from the part of Ohio where this is made, and they always had a jar of Union Salve in their medicine chest, as did my mom, and of course, now I do too. Because, as it was for me as a kid, my girls always have to have some "black salve" (as all my family have always called it) for all their various "boo-boos" and such to make them feel better. All that aside, this is the best stuff for burns and scrapes. Great for keeping scabs soft and putting on pads of bandages. etc. It has a very soothing smell and absorbs into skin well. I've personally been using this produce for over 50 years now and I wouldn't be without a jar of this in my house, ever! I highly recommend it! Try it, you'll like it!"
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