Herbal Oils for Muscular Pain and Spasm

Muscular Pains and Spasm
Muscular Pains and Spasm
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Product Description

We have been utilising this combination of natural ingredients for over 15 years to relieve and heal muscle pains in our local natural health office. The muscular oils for pain is excellent in bringing relief to those suffering from tendonitis, muscle spasms, muscle cramps, muscle strains, pulled muscles and muscle tears.

Muscle aches are also known as muscle pain, myalgia, or simply pain in the muscles. Muscle aches are extremely common. Almost everybody has likely experienced discomfort in his or her muscles at some point. Because almost every part of the body has muscle tissue, this type of pain can be felt practically anywhere. According to the Mayo Clinic, it usually affects a small number of muscles at a time, although myalgia throughout the body is possible.

The most common types of injuries and muscle conditions:


Spasms and Cramps
The term spasms are perhaps the least specific of the three. Spasms are typically brief contractions that can appear in any muscle in the body, with or without pain. They can be due to many causes, including a reaction to pain, such as when muscle contracts to avoid pain. This is common when a person has a pinched nerve that causes pain when he or she moves; by contracting, the muscle prevents movement and thus prevents the pain. An example would be a painful herniated disk, which results in involuntary contraction of a back muscle to guard against the pain.

Spasms can be the result of irritated nerves; a common example is facial spasms when a blood vessel is pressing on a facial nerve. This condition has been given the name hemifacial spasm. A change in a person’s blood electrolytes, particularly a reduction of calcium, can produce muscle spasms. Because the term spasm is rather general, people sometimes apply it to various twitches, tics, and other jerks they might encounter, although neurologists prefer to label these other muscle contractions by their distinctive names.

The most common occur in the middle of the night, waking a person from sleep. They usually involve the foot or big toe, and the pain is due to excessive shortening of a muscle. These are relaxed by stretching the muscle. Some of these foot cramps are due to decreased sodium in the blood, often from sweating in hot weather without taking in enough salt to make up for the loss. Intestinal cramps are also common. These result when the muscles of the intestines contract excessively.

Muscle pulls and strains:
Tears in muscle fiber and tendons due most frequently to improper stretching.

Sprains:
Tears in the ligaments that connect bones - these typically occur when joints are suddenly turned in an awkward manner with some force

Tendonitis:
Inflammation of the tendons that can impair joint movement, usually caused by overuse or improper technique.




Ingredients: Dmso, orange oil, camphor oil, wintergreen oil, allantoin powder and olive oil.

DMSO:
DMSO is an effective painkiller, blocking nerve conduction fibers that produce pain. It reduces inflammation and swelling by reducing inflammatory chemicals. It improves blood supply to an area of injury by dilating blood vessels and increasing delivery of oxygen and by reducing blood platelet stickiness. It stimulates healing, which is a key to its usefulness in any condition. It is among the most potent free radical scavengers known to man, if not the most potent one. This is a crucial mechanism since some molecules in our bodies produce an unequal number of electrons and the instability of the number causes them to destroy other cells. DMSO hooks on to those molecules and they are then expelled from the body with the DMSO. DMSO also penetrates the skin and the blood-brain barrier with ease, penetrating tissues, and entering the bloodstream. Furthermore, DMSO protects the cells from mechanical damage and less of it is needed to achieve results as time passes.

Orange Oil:
Orange essential oil provides quick and effective relief from inflammation, whether internal or external. regardless of the reason, whether it is an excessive intake of spices, fever, infections, side effects of antibiotics, gas, ingestion of toxic substances, or narcotics, orange essential oil can reduce the irritation and pain.

Camphor Oil:
The cooling and penetrating effects of camphor oil make it an anti-inflammatory and sedative agent. It is very helpful in curing nearly all types of inflammation, both internal and external. It also relaxes the body and mind while giving a feeling of peace and freshness. It proves to be very cooling and refreshing, particularly in the summer.

Wintergreen Oil:
I doubt that I need to introduce this property of Wintergreen essential oil to anyone since it is one of the major properties for which it is known around the world. When rubbed on the affected area, this oil is readily absorbed through the skin and the presence of Menthyl Salicylate induces numbness and an anaesthetic effect on the nerves there. It also increases circulation of the blood and brings warmth to the area. In this way, it fights pain.

Olive Oil:
Olive oil and olive leafs are rich in polyphenols. Polyphenols are well known for their ability to postpone ageing. By taking out free radicals, these special agents are guaranteed to prolong your life, as they contribute to cell repair. The same thing is valid when you apply olive oil on your skin. As you may well know, our skin is many times exposed to pollution and other factors that cause it to grow older. By caring for skin with olive oil, you will limit the actions of these factors, and enjoy a beautiful skin for a long time. Olive oil has a large proportion of vitamins A, D and K, as well as vitamin E, the main source of protection against the free radicals that produce cell oxidation.

Allantoin Powder:
Allantoin is a natural active ingredient that can be found in comfrey plants. It promotes healing of the muscles, bones, tendons, cartilage, skin and other tissues. Allantoin is safe and non-toxic and is usually used in cosmetics. It has a moisturising effect and promotes wound healing. It increases the smoothness of the skin because it hastens the growth of healthy tissue. With the growth of healthy tissue, you may find that it can also help minimise the appearance of blemishes and other skin imperfections.

All of the above benefits make the muscular oil for pain very effective in removing inflammation, rejuvenating tissues and relieving pain.




TESTIMONIALS



I was suffering from pains in my toes and foot. I tried just about everything I could find but outside of pain medication, I couldn't find anything natural that would help. My friend bought one of your herbal oil for muscular pain as a gift for me. Within minutes of using it, my foot felt much better. I could walk without much pain. By the following morning, my pain was totally gone. Thank you so much. I will always make sure to have one on hand, so it's there when I need it.

I suffer from chronic muscle spasms which is very painful. In the past I would get relief using medication but I think my body have developed a resistance to the medication because it no longer helps. I ordered you oil about a week ago and began using it as soon as it was delivered. It was like a miracle had occurred. The spasms which I get on a continuous basis in my back was gone within minutes.. Thanks so much.

I still can't believe it. My neck pain is gone after only one day of use. I get neck stiffness because I have a curvature of the spinal column which puts continuous pressure on the muscle in one side of the neck. I found your site in google search engine and ordered the product. After years of suffering now I have a natural relief that works almost instantly. Thank God for you.




QUESTIONS AND ANSWERS



Question: Do the oils burn or sting?

Answer: If used on very sensitive areas of the body you will get a slight stinging sensation.

Question: I heard that DMSO gives off an odour when used on the body?

Answer: There is a process we employ where we treat the DMSO with comfrey extract. When used externally you don't get an odour.

Question: How long after using it before I begin to experience relief?

Answer: For minor muscular pains it can be within minutes. For major muscle pain, it can take a few hours to bring total relief.

Question: Can it be used internally?

Answer: We can't recommend it for internal use but all the ingredients have been known to relieve pain internally. We had a customer with arthritis pain all over the body and she says that 5 drops in 4 ounces of water in the only thing that helps to relieve her pain.




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