Begin by clearing your mind and focusing your full attention on medicine-making, preferably through singing or chanting.
Make sure that all of the utensils, supplies, and ingredients you will use in this process are clean and organized in your workspace.
Next, mix all of the dry ingredients together in the glass bowl.
Once the dry ingredients have been thoroughly mixed together slowly add the 1/5 cup of oil by slowly kneading it into the dry mixture with a wooden spoon.
When the dry mixture appears to be evenly moistened, slowly knead the Mexican Vanilla extract and Primrose oil into the scrub.
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