Gently soothes & relaxes tense, sore muscles. Stimulates circulation. Joint soother that exhibits anti-inflammatory properties. Apply before & after exercise to warm and loosen the muscles and joints.
Ingredients: Lemongrass* (Citrus aurantium var. amara), Black pepper* (Piper nigrum), Thyme* (Juniperus communis), Ginger* (Zingiber offcinalis), Sandalwood amyris (Amyris balsamifera), St John’s Wort oil (Hypericum perforatum), Apricot Kernel oil (Prunus armeniaca), Shea butter*(Butyrospermum parkii), Beeswax* (Cera alba), Vitamin E
♥ Lemongrass Oil is referred to as the connective tissue oil. Lemongrass tightens the elastin fibres in the epidermis and in the subcutis. Recommended in the after-care of sport injuries, sprains, bruises and dislocations. Has excellent antifungal and antibacterial properties.
♥ Thyme It stimulates blood flow to tissues. It helps heal bruises, sprains, and other injuries. Recommended for rheumatic pain and arthritis, as well as sports. Recommended for skin infections injuries. Recommended for fixed pain of contracted or cramping nature. It helps to revive and strenghten the body and mind.
♥ Black pepper Recommended in a massage for the relief of rheumatism and arthritis, musclar aches and pains, tired and aching limbs and muscular stiffness. It can be used before training to prevent pain and stiffness.Its spicy and warm aroma is stimulating and empowering.
♥ Ginger Useful oil for relieving lower back pain associated with muscular fatigue, muscle spasms, stiffness and soreness. Naturally relieves pain and inflammation.
♥ Sandalwood Soothing, cooling and moiturising and primarily used for dry skin conditions caused by loss of moisture and skin inflammation. It may be used to relieve eczema and psorisis.
♥ St John’s Wort oil This oil is used topically for mild bruises, Burns, wounds, sores and ulcers. Indicated for nerve pain such as neuralgia, sciatica, and rheumatic pain.
♥ Beeswax An excellent skin softener that helps maintain a smooth skin texture. Its rich vitamin A content and emollient properties help in the healthy development of skin cells. It is a natural moisturizer that not only treats dry skin, but also helps prevent it.
♥ Apricot Kernel oil Highly nutritious, a good source of trace minerals and rich in polyunsaturated fatty acids. Excellent emollient, easily absorbed into the skin.
♥ Vitamin E Can help regulate the production of skin proteins such as collagen and elastin. It is also important for maintaining skin health since it neutralizes free radicals that can damage follicles and increase keratin formation. It is easily absorbed into the skin. It fades away scars and dark spots left by acne by promoting tissue repair.
♥ Shea butter Super high in Vitamins and uniquely Vitamin F. Deep moisturizing, skin regeneration, skin healing properties.
Directions to use: Massage into any body part that is sore and stiff.
Safety! For external use only. Keep out of reach of children. Avoid if you have high blood pressure. Lemongrass can be irritating and sensitizing in some individuals. This balm is not intended to prevent or cure any disease.
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The pain can sometimes become unbearable, but sore muscles can be soothed without a pill. Naturally occuring vitamins can help speed recovery.
Vitamin A – helps the major organs function properly. High vitamin A foods include sweet potatoes, carrots, dark leafy greens, winter squashes, lettuce, dried apricots, cantaloupe, bell peppers, fish, liver, and tropical fruits.
Vitami B – ease the breakdown of protein and carbs, boosts muscle repair and assists with cell development. Its deficiency can cause muscle spasm and ache. Vitamin B-6 — also referred to as pyridoxine — is one of the eight vitamins that make up the vitamin B complex. These vitamins help to turn the foods you consume into forms your body can use. Vitamin B-6 can help your body to more easily absorb carbohydrates and fats. This can enable your body to better repair damaged muscles and tendons. Pyridoxine can help to reduce pain, swelling and inflammation that may be caused by a quadriceps or hamstring strain.
Vitamin E – can help to repair damage to your muscles and tissues. This vitamin contains anti-inflammatory properties that help to reduce muscle inflammation and soreness that may be caused by free radicals binding to your tissues and muscles and damaging them. By reducing inflammation, vitamin E can help to alleviate thigh muscle pain. Vitamin E can be found in a wide variety of food sources — including corn, nuts, wheat germ, whole grains and olives
Vitamin D – aids in absorbtion of calcium to build strong muscles and bones. It helps to regulate the amount of calcium and phosphate in the body.
Vitamin C – the powerful antioxidant boosts the production of collagen – connective tissue that helps repair skin tissue, tendons, and blood vessels. You can find vitamin C in a number of foods — including citrus fruits, broccoli, strawberries and peppers.
Bromelain – is an anti-inflammatory agent found in the inner core of pineapples. Taking bromelain before and after exercise or sports can help prevent occurrences of thigh muscle pain and soreness. The anti-inflammatory properties in bromelain help to prevent damage to your muscles by preventing free radicals from attaching themselves to your muscles. This can help to reduce muscles tears. The anti-inflammatory properties of bromelain can also help alleviate symptoms of thigh muscles pain – including swelling and stiffness.