|Satin Surgeon's Salve|
|Owners:||Jacob Grimm II|
|Fairy Tale:||The Olive Fairy Book|
|Usage:||Used for medicinal purposes; to heal anything and everything possible|
|Appearances:||The Problem Child|
- “Satin Surgeon's Salve - Now with a lemony fresh scent!”
- ~ Label on the salve, from The Problem Child
Satin Surgeon's Salve is an item of medicinal magic in the possession of Jacob Grimm. It appeared in book 3, chapter five when Jacob Grimm healed his niece's broken arm.
- “...Icky black ointment that smelled like backed-up sewage”
- ~ Sabrina's observation of the Salve, from The Problem Child
The Surgeon's Salve is a black-colored ointment that smelled awful, despite its label. It is stored in a small round tin.
The Olive Fairy BookJacob reports that the Salve was mentioned in Andrew Lang's The Olive Fairy Book. In the story, a princess saved the life of a man she loved. "The rumor is she got the salve from Cupid himself," said Jacob Grimm.
Apparantly, the Satin Surgeon's Salve can heal injuries, such as a broken arm, and possibly even save someone from death, as it did in its fairy tale.