All Natural Bursitis Support

doTERRA Essential Oil Support For:


Bursitis is the inflammation of the fluid-filled sack located close to the joints that provide lubrication for tendons, skin, and ligaments rubbing against the bone. Bursitis is caused by infections, injury, chronic over use, or diseases such as arthritis and gout. It causes tenderness and pain which can limit movement.

Sometimes the cause cannot be determined. Bursitis commonly occurs in the shoulder, knee, elbow, and hip. Other areas that may be affected include the Achilles tendon and the foot.

Chronic inflammation can occur with repeated injuries or attacks of bursitis.

Those with Bursitis have noticed:

  • Joint pain and tenderness when you press around the joint
  • Stiffness and achiness when you move the affected joint
  • Swelling, warmth or redness over the joint

    doTERRA Essential Oils work perfectly with the body to support normal functions of the body and dōTERRA products are safe to use on all ages.


    doTERRA Essential Oil Users Have Found The Following To Assist In Bursitis Support:

    Take 2-3 drops Frankincense Oil , Basil Oil and Lemon Oil  in capsules daily

    In the morning: Apply 1-3 drops each of Balance Oil Blend, White Fir Oil  and Basil Oil on location. Alternate cold & hot packs (10 min cold then 15 min hot).

    During the day:  Rub 2-3 drops of AromaTouch Blend then Rub a dime size of Deep Blue Rub on location.

    In the evening: Apply 6 drops Marjoram Oil on location (and surrounding area) and wait 6 minutes. Then apply 3 drops of Wintergreen Oil  and wait 6 minutes. Then apply 3 drops of Cypress Oil.

    Apply Balance Oil and/or Roman Chamomile Oil to bottoms of feet, nightly.


    Additional Help:

    Take LifeLong Vitality Pack Supplements daily (they contain Tumeric (very effective anti-inflammatory. In animal studies turmeric was as effective as cortisone, and it didn’t have any side effects)

    EAT FRESH ORGANIC PINEAPPLE: Pineapples contain bromelain, an enzyme that studies have shown reduces inflammation in sports injuries, such as bursitis, and reduces swelling

    HEEL: If you have bursitis on your heel, you probably got it because of improperly fitting shoes. The solution is simple: Toss the shoes, and put on a better-fitting pair.

    KNEES & ELBOWS: Search for ways to adjust the activity or habit that sparked the pain to lessen the stress it puts on your joints. If crawling around in the garden or laying flooring has left you with bursitis of the knee, get yourself a low stool to sit on instead or buy a pair of sturdy, well-cushioned kneepads. If leaning on your elbows while reading has caused your elbows to swell and ache, use a book holder to prop up your reading material and take the weight off your arms.

    SHOULDER: Another gentle exercise you can do to restore your shoulder’s range of motion is to crawl your hand up the wall, like a spider. Make it a laid-back spider, however. Anything other than slow, controlled movement within the joint’s natural range of motion during the healing process may do more harm than good.



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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