Making soap

A friend called me the other day and wanted me to show her how to make soap. I hadn’t done it in years. So on a day off we got together and made soap. It was a lot of fun, and it wasn’t the soap making that was important, it was the time spent together. Like they say – it’s the journey not the destination.

Making soap can take patience, and a lot of stirring. In this case it seemed to take more than usual, perhaps because of experimenting with the recipe. But the stirring provided quality time, to chat, to share a cup of coffee.

So here are some pictures. The soap is curing….it takes a couple of weeks. But we will have some fine olive oil/coconut oil/hemp oil/shea butter soap soon.

About Dr. Greg Meyer

I'm a homeopathic physician, an urgent care physician, camper, hiker, traveler, and photographer. After Microbiology & Epidemiology, I studied medicine and more recently have become fascinated on how homeopathy can actually cure disease, or better said-how it allows the body to actually heal itself. I'm available for consultations in classical homeopathy. Check my website for more information.
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3 Responses to Making soap

  1. Susan Dunn says:

    Interesting….how about bringing a sample to PVR if you are coming in Feb for the ISW>>>Do you really use the lye?? And, how much???

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