Are you paying the price for overdoing it and now suffer from sore, overexerted muscles?
Is chronic pain from Arthritis, Systemic Lupus or just feeling worn out pulling down your spirits?
Happiness is sinking into a hot bath when everything hurts. Benefit from the combination of the heat of the water, the soothing water itself, and the wonderful, effective essential oils known for their anti-inflammatory qualities.
The chosen essential oils for this blend are lavender, eucalyptus, juniper and chamomile. All contain anti-inflammatory properties which means they help reduce inflammation, pain and swelling in the joints and muscle tissues. Useful for relaxing those muscle spasms, pounding headaches and the aches of arthritis or joint inflammation Elimination of bodily toxins and fluid retention are both helped along by the increase in circulation.
The carrier oil is a combination of olive, sweet almond, apricot seed, jojoba, and wheat germ oils. This balanced blend is good for most skin types. Not too heavy or light, these oils are soothing and skin softening. The jojoba and wheat germ oils also help prevent oxidation and extend the shelf life.
Our skin absorbs essential oils within 20 minutes while the carrier oil will remain to soften and moisturize. Don't be surprised if you find the aroma doesn't seem as strong after a period of time. The nose will stop registering as it becomes tired of the stimulation. Essential oil molecules continue to work long after our sense of smell stops detecting them. Should someone else enter the room they would definitely smell the aromatics.
In aromatherapy, the difference between a bath oil and a massage or body oil is the concentration of the essential oils. Bath oils contain a more greater amount of essential oils.
For the anti-inflammatory massage or body oil go to:
To use a bath oil, fill the tub first and then add about 2 tsp. of oil. Swirl it around to disperse throughout the water and then get in. This 4 oz. bottle contains enough for about 10 - 12 baths.
When you squeeze the rubber dropper top it will fill about half way. Doing this twice will give you about 1/2 tsp. Four times will give you 1 tsp.
Once the water cools, get out before you get a chill and stiffen up again. Hopefully the edge of the pain will be gone. Relaxation and rest can do wonders. Be careful if the tub is slippery.
Enjoy how soft your skin is from these rich bath oils.
Anit-Inflammatory Bath Oil comes in an amber 4 oz. glass dropper bottle. 4 oz. plastic pump or squeeze bottle available upon request.
Meadow Muffin Gardens is the result of a passion to recognize the abundance of natural gifts provided to us by our Creator. Our desire is to utilize the healing power of plants and encourage people to educate themselves towards a greener footprint in their lives.
We supply an alternative choice for personal care products. We are not intending to treat or cure any particular condition. As with any herbal remedy, information and formulas have not been regulated by the FDA. Herbal lore has been trusted and handed down through the years but it is within your discretion how you use this information in treating a condition. Meadow Muffin Gardens does not take responsibility for your use of these products. Ingredients are listed so you as the consumer can use your own discretion as to which herbs, oils and essential oils may be beneficial to your needs.
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