Ingredients - All-Natural

Rosemary Essential Oil

Rosemary, a shrub from the mint family and originally a native of the Mediterranean region, was an important medical herb from the ancient Greeks. Rosemary essential oil reduces pain, inflammation, and spasms. It is particularly healing for damaged blood vessels and nerves. It is beneficial in the treatment of bruises, strains, sprains, and other injuries of the muscles, ligaments, and tendons. It significantly improves local blood circulation. Rosemary is used in the treatment of acute and chronic nerve inflammation and pain such as in neuralgia, sciatica, and neuritis; also beneficial for chronic rheumatic conditions such as rheumatoid and osteoarthritis. 

 

Eucalyptus Essential Oil

All of the eucalyptus species are natives of Australia and Tasmania where the Aborigines have used them extensively for medical purposes for thousands of years. Eucalyptus essential oil reduces pain, spasms and inflammation, and stimulates local blood circulation. It is used to treat muscular aches and pains, strains, sprains, and other traumatic injuries of the muscles, ligaments and tendons. It also helps reduce nerve inflammation and pain and is useful for the treatment of various kinds of neuralgia such as sciatica. Eucalyptus reduces pain and inflammation due to chronic arthritic conditions. 


Orange Essential Oil

The sweet orange tree is a hybrid between mandarin orange (C.reticulata) and pomelo (C.grandis), originating in China. Today there are many varieties that are primarily cultivated for their fruit. Sweet orange essential oil reduces muscle spasm and tension. It helps to relax strained or sore muscles and reduce fatigue. 


Camphor Essential Oil

The camphor tree, a close relative of cinnamon, is a native of northeast Asia where it has been used for many centuries. Crude camphor is a substance that crystallizes inside the tree as it matures. It is usually harvested from trees that are at least 50 years old. White camphor reduces pain, spasms and inflammation, promotes tissue healing, and stimulates local circulation. It is used to treat pain and inflammation associated with all manner of strains and traumatic injuries of the muscles, ligaments, and tendons, as well as in chronic rheumatic conditions such as arthritis and gout. 


Aloe Vera Oil

There are many species of aloe that have been used medicinally since the ancient Egyptians began using these plants over three thousand years ago. Aloe reduces inflammation and pain, and promotes healing of damaged tissues. It is primarily used in the treatment of irritation or damage of the skin such as burns, cuts, scrapes, bites, stings, or rashes. It also aids in the repair of damaged blood vessels, which often occurs in traumatic injuries. Aloe also helps to reduce pain and inflammation associated with chronic health conditions such as the various forms of arthritis. 


Peppermint Essential Oil

Peppermint is not a distinct species but a sterile hybrid between spearmint (M.spicata) and water mint (M.aquatica), which must be propagated. References to the use of mint species are well documented among the ancient Greek and Roman civilizations. Peppermint essential oil reduces pain, inflammation and spasms, stimulating local blood circulation. It is used to treat muscular aches and pains, strains and sprains. It is also beneficial for acute and chronic nerve pain and inflammation such as sciatica. 


Lemon Essential Oil

A native of Southeast Asia, the lemon tree has long been used as a source of both fruit and medicine. Lemon essential oil reduces spasms, stimulates local circulation and helps prevent scar formation. It is used to treat bruising and inflammation associated with chronic rheumatic conditions such as arthritis and gout. 

 

Tea Tree Oil