Repairing Damaged Muscles with Essential Oils

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Repairing Damaged Muscles 

Have you sprained, strained, damaged or torn a muscle, ligament or tendon recently? It can be very painful and the healing process is quite tedious.
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Here are a few tips on speeding up the process for Muscle, Tendon, Cartilage and Tissue Healing and repair with essential oils.
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There are quite a few options, we are just naming a few:
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Deep Blue: helps with pain, inflammation and healing tissues

Lemongrass: is for healing ligaments, tendons, and cartilage, it helps with regenerating connective tissue, circulation, repairing ligaments, tissue regeneration, muscles and bones

Marjoram: is for muscles, spasms, rheumatism, sprains, stiff joints, aches, neuralgia, pain, tension—good for muscles and bones

AromaTouch: is great for pain, inflammation, spasms, circulation and healing.

PastTense: Anti-inflammatory, helps relieve muscle and bone pain, anti-spasmodic, circulatory stimulant, alleviates aches, pains and stiffness, increases blood flow –muscles and bones

Wintergreen: helps with inflammation, rheumatism, muscular pain, cramps, arthritis, tendonitis, and hypertension. It is know for its ability to alleviate bone pain. (it has a cortisone like action due to the high content of methyl salicylate)

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How to Apply:

Rub 3-5 drops on effected area, you can do one single oil or combine multiple oils—or even all if you want to.
You can add in a carrier oil (such as coconut or olive oil) if you would like to help spread the oil over a larger space.
***You can also use a hot/ cool moist towel to help drive the oils in, or a heat pack—or cold pack—depending on your injury.
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These statements have not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration. This product is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure, or prevent disease.”
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