This remedy is beneficial for individuals who experience muscle tightness, cramps, delayed onset muscle soreness, and mild sprains.
This formula should not be taken if pregnant.
This formula may interfere with homeopathic remedies.
Celery Seed Oil is known to increase the elimination of uric acid and therefore is an excellent aid in the relief of arthritis and rheumatism or with any problem where there is swelling and a high acidic condition, like gout and neuralgia. It helps to release toxins from the blood stream and thus, has been found to have a rejuvenating effect on the liver. Celery seed was a traditional treatment for rheumatism for thousands of years.
Feverfew Feverfew is used to reduce inflammation in joints and tissues. Feverfew has also been used for centuries for arthritis. It is thought to hinder the production of prostaglandins. These are hormone-like substances that cause pain and inflammation. This anti-inflammatory action has led to Feverfew being used to treat the inflamed, sore joints that occur with rheumatoid arthritis.
PepperMint Oil It is a refrigerant. This means that it can bring a deep cold sensation to any area of the body. When applied to the area will cause a cold sensation that will minimize or stop swelling. Swelling creates heat and the peppermint absorbs the heat diminishing the inflammation. Recovery time is lessened. Wherever you find heat in the body, there is usually pain. Applying peppermint will take the heat out and will diminish the inflammation reducing pain.
Thyme Oil Thyme oil can reduce inflammation. Researchers compared thyme oil to six other essential oils, finding that thyme oil has potent properties that inhibit COX-2 enzymes that promote inflammation, swelling, and pain in the body. The specific anti inflammatory chemical in thyme oil, carvacrol, was also isolated. When the scientists used pure carvacrol extracts in their tests, COX-2 levels decreased by over 80 percent.
Birch Oil has the ability to assist in reducing inflammation of arthritis. Birch stimulates the circulation and encourages detoxification of any accumulated poisons out of the cells. In a tonic form it promotes sweating and evacuation of toxins.
Arnica Oil is used for joint pain, muscle pain, osteoarthritis, and injuries to the skin, and muscle tissue. The use of Arnica has been found in pain relief remedies for thousands of years.