You may be surprised to learn that
essential oils for pain relief
can work As Well Or Better
than over-the-counter or prescription drugs!
No one wants to experience pain.
Unfortunately, there are times where it strikes our body without any kind of warning.
In these cases, you want to be armed with a healing and natural remedy such as essential oils that can help put an end to pain in a short period of time.
Take a moment and consider some of the leading essential oils that are effective against different types of pain.
Lavender Essential Oil
The scent of lavender is well known for relieving stress and removing tension.
When you inhale the scent it also can help you to reduce the pain of headaches and migraines. You can take the power of therapeutic grade essential oils further by placing a drop of lavender oil directly to your temples, forehead, or neck, wherever the pain is.
This is a quick and easy way to reduce the headache pain that you are in, without resorting to pain medications.
In a bathtub you can soak in lavender essential oil to combat joint and muscle pain. This is a great way for a person who is struggling with chronic, whole body pain to feel some relief.
The calming effects of this powerful oil will help to ease you - mind, body and spirit.
Lavender is well known and documented for it's effect on burns and the pain associated with. I can attest for this, as I got a Huge, Nasty burn from the pipes on my motorcycle this past summer, sitting on it, burned my leg, then dropped it, burned myself some more!
I ran to my lavender essential oil, and it Literally Soothed the burn Immediately, along with some ice! I reapplied lavender oil every time I thought of it, and today the scar is nothing like it could've been, and I had no infections or anything.
*I LOVE My Essential Oils!*
Chamomile Essential Oil
Maybe at one time or another, you've had a cup of chamomile tea to help relax you and calm your nerves. Turns out that this powerful oil can help to combat headaches and relax lower back and muscle pain. When applied directly it can also ease the pain of TMJ and even cramping associated with PMS. Chamomile essential oil is anti-inflammatory, analgesic, and anti-spasmodic. It can help with inflamed joints, muscle tension, burns and cuts, menopausal issues, open sores, and toothaches.
Chamomile is gentle enough to use with infants and children, for teething pains, earaches, colic, fevers and stomachaches. Chamomile essential oil can be taken with one drop to a tsp of honey, or 4 oz of liquid, for adults, less for children. It may also be applied directly to the area of concern, diluted with a carrier oil, or diffused.
Internal consumption is not recommended for children under 6 yrs.
Clary Sage Essential Oil
Clary Sage, one of the most common essential oils for pain relief, is an anti-inflammatory, anti-spasmodic, anti-fungal, antiseptic that is soothing, warming and sedating. The massage oil that is melting the pain away in high end spas contains clary sage!
Clary sage essential oil has been shown to help ease muscle aches and spasms, while reducing the amount of cramping the body experiences. It has been used historically for ‘female complaints’ such as cramps, pms, pre-menopausal complaints, and painful periods. Apply directly on area of concern or diffuse.
This is a powerful substance and it should be noted that drinking alcohol doesn’t mix well with it.
Juniper Essential Oil
What if you could combat rheumatic pain with a single oil? You can if you are using juniper oil. It has been used historically by Indians to ease the pain of rheumatism.
Juniper essential oil helps to excrete uric acid and toxins, relieving joint pain.
This powerful oil can be placed in lotions and creams to help reduce joint and muscle pain. Juniper oil is an anti-spasmodic, detoxifier, stimulant and tonic.
Juniper essential oil has been used throughout history to heal wounds and infections, relieve arthritis pain, headache pain and fevers, including the pain that is associated with fibromyalgia.
Juniper balances the emotions and nervous system. As you routinely use it, you’ll find the juniper strengthens nerves so you experience less pain. Apply directly on area of concern, preferably diluted with a carrier oil, or diffuse.
Juniper essential oil is not recommended for internal consumption.
Eucalyptus Essential Oil
Pain can melt away in seconds when eucalyptus oil is applied to the skin. It helps to ease inflammation and can curb muscle pain. As you massage it into an area, you’ll feel its effects go deeper in the body. Best of all, you can even benefit from the analgesic and anti-inflammatory properties of the oil.
Eucalyptus essential oil can be helpful for migraines, sinusitis, burns, gallstones, rheumatism, skin infections, sores, wounds, and general aches and pains.
Apply to area of concern, diffuse, or place one drop under and on each side of nose for quick sinus relief. May be taken internally by diluting one drop of oil in a tsp of honey, or 4 oz of liquid.
Not for children under 6, and dilute further for children over 6.
*Internal Consumption of essential oils is not FDA approved and not recommended.
These products are not intended to diagnose, treat, cure, or prevent disease. The user accepts all risk, liability and responsibility. Use caution if pregnant or around young children or pets.
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