Muscular aches and pains can affect anyone at any age. They can be caused by over-exertion, poor posture, cold or damp, injury, stress and tension, or exercise!
Pain often indicates inflammation, and when not treated, sore muscles and joints may become a chronic issue.
Many people carry tension in their necks, shoulders, and lower backs which causes the muscles to become tight and painful. Spasms and strains may occur after a heavy workout too. Why painkillers are not the best idea? They work on the nervous system to decrease pain but do not solve the underlying problem.
Natural is definitely the way to go when it comes to relaxing your muscles and soothing joint aches. Many herbs have natural anti-inflammatory and analgesic properties that can be used to help mend your muscles and soothe the pain. Whenever having any sort of muscle cramps, spasms, or pain, the first go-to solution is to treat it topically using herbal remedies.
NAUDE MULTI RESCUE BALM is formulated using only natural plant based active ingredients to regenerate and restore. Promoting blood flow, it successfully eases aches and pains. MULTI can be used for a number of ailments, thus the name – it surely is a multipurpose balm that helps cool and soothe. Its minty and camphorous formula refreshes, stimulates, and has great aromatherapy effects. Keep it handy for any little crises – achy muscles, bruises, sore throat, stuffy nose, mosquito bites.. you name it!
• Relieve cold related ailments like sore throat, stuffy nose, headache, always cold feet.
• Massage anywhere you feel tension, or after a physical exercise to prevent cramps or soreness.
• After a long day it is ideal for foot or shoulder massage.
• Relieve itch from mosquito bites or rashes.
• Soothe any bumps and bruises.
Plant oils are phenomenal remedies for complaints related to sore and painful muscles. Here i introduce you some of the amazing oils and extracts to turn to when experiencing muscle soreness and that are included in our MULTI BALM!
Its pain relieving properties are legendary. Arnica oil is a potent remedy for various inflammatory and exercise-related injuries. The positive effects of topically applying arnica have proved to be effective in reducing pain, indicators of inflammation and muscle damage. It’s very well indicated for inflammations of the joints, sprains, strains, improving blood circulation and being good for muscle tissue. It works miracles by helping to improve the local blood supply and speed up healing.
Calendula is a superb anti-inflammatory flower and works very well in salves and bath salts for muscle pain and spasms. Calendula flowers have long been used by many ancient cultures for their healing powers and natural abilities to help heal inflammation and infections.
Comfrey has an ability to naturally heal muscle and tissue back together, comfrey is a fantastic addition to any muscle salve, helping to repair tears and strains, while also reducing inflammation and soothing pain. Comfrey is one of the most common herbal additions to healing salves.
Peppermint essential oil is an excellent natural painkiller and muscle relaxant. It’s especially helpful in soothing sore muscles, an aching back and a tension headache. Studies show that peppermint oil applied topically has pain-relief benefits associated with fibromyalgia and myofascial pain syndrome.
Rosemary oil contains high levels of analgesic properties which support with aches, pains and arthritis. Rosemary is a well-known muscle pain reliever, and can help reduce swelling in strained muscles. The herb has four anti-inflammatory properties, which can help calm inflamed muscle tissue and speed healing.
The fresh and cooling feeling that eucalyptus brings is perfect to calm a spasm. Massaging eucalyptus oil over sore joints and muscles helps to relieve aches and pains as it contains strong analgesic and anti-inflammatory properties.
With excellent warming, soothing and antispasmodic properties marjoram oil helps to ease joint pain and muscle spasms. It is a strong and beneficial oil for many ailments including arthritis.