McNess Krestol Salve (Now Called McNess Krestol Eucalyptus Gel)

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McNess Krestol Salve, now called McNess Krestol Eucalyptus Gel, is a traditional formula that has been used in homes and on farms for many generations. The McNess Krestol Salve utilizes the same famous original formula from 1908. It comes in a large 11 oz. circular metal tin.


(If you’re familiar with the old Rawleigh antiseptic salve type product, you will absolutely want to try the famous McNess Krestol Salve, now called McNess Krestol Eucalyptus Gel.)

McNess Krestol Salve Historical Anecdotal Personal Care Uses

We cannot makes any claims ourselves concerning the product’s effectiveness or how to use this product. We do recommend that users research themselves by looking into what each ingredient is. In terms of historical anecdotal information, during the early 1900s, McNess Krestol Salve may have been used as a draw salve to support a person’s skin health *. Reading into some of their former catalogs from the early 1900s, they do mention that this item may have been used in first aid for superficial scratches, minor cuts, pain relief, and very minor burns *.

This McNess Eucalyptus Gel, formerly Krestol Salve, contains the following active ingredients: petrolatum, rosin, cresylic acid, and eucalyptus oil.


An excellent companion personal care product to this McNess salve would be the McNess Mentholated Camphor Rub, formerly called McNess Mentholated Ointment. It comes in a 4.75 ounce circular metal tin.

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