Muscle & Joint Gel, non-greasy gel which is easily absorbed into the skin. Contains an active blend of refreshing Rosemary, Warming Black Pepper, Camphor & Eucalyptus essential oils to provide warming relief to muscles and Joints.
Aqua, Polsorbate 80, Glycerin (vegetable) Carbomer, Phenoxyethanol, Caprylyl Glycol, Sodium Hydroxide, Eucalyptus globulus, oil, Rosmarinus Officinalis Leaf Oil, Tetrasodium EDA, Glucosamine HCL, Cinnamoum camphora Bark Oil, Piper nigrum Fruit oil, Paraben & MI free.
How to Use:
Apply to affected area twice a day. Morning and Nighttime.
Benefits Of Cinnamon
Cinnamon is a spice that is made from the inner bark of trees called Cinnamomum. It has been used as an ingredient throughout history, dating back as far as Ancient Egypt. It used to be rare and valuable, and was regarded as a gift fit for kings. Cinnamon helps the body fight inflammation due to its antioxidant properties, lowering the risk of disease. Cinnamon is well known for its blood sugar lowering effects. Apart from the beneficial effect on insulin resistance, cinnamon can lower blood sugar by several other mechanism.
First, cinnamon has been shown to decrease the amount of glucose that enters the bloodstream after a meal. It does this by interfering with numerous digestive enzymes, which slows the breakdown of carbohydrates in the digestive tract. Second, a compound in cinnamon can act on cells by mimicking insulin. This greatly improves glucose uptake by cells, although it acts much slower than insulin itself. Beneficial in Neurodegenerative diseases. Cinnamaldehyde has antifugal and antibacterial properties.
It not only helps relieve the pain of migraines, but essential oil of rosemary can also be applied topically as a natural treatment for arthritis, sore muscles, and other joint and muscle pains.
Rosemary contains two potent anti-inflammatories, carnosic acid and carnosol. One study found that these two compounds inhibited COX-2, an enzyme that causes pain and inflammation in the body. They also inhibited the production of excess nitric oxide, which also plays a role in the inflammatory process.
Rosemary boosts the immune system thanks to its antioxidant, anti-inflammatory, and anti-carcinogenic properties. Because it is healing in so many ways, it boosts the overall health of the body.
Studies have found that rosemary has powerful antibacterial properties against H. pylori (the bacteria that causes stomach ulcers) and Staph infections.
Essential oil of rosemary is often applied topically as a natural remedy for poor circulation, though there have been no studies to prove this effect.
For the most part, rosemary is considered safe with no side effects. However, pregnant women should avoid consuming large amounts of rosemary because it may lead to uterine contractions and miscarriage. People with high blood pressure should not take rosemary because it may raise blood pressure.
Benefits Of Eucalyptus -Wound Treatment
Eucalyptus oil has antimicrobial and antiseptic properties that are effective at treating wounds, burns, cuts, abrasions, sores and scrapes. It also can be made into a salve or healing ointment and put on bug bites and stings. Along with acting as a natural pain reliever to the area, it also keeps the area from getting infected, which speeds healing.The list goes on, but don’t forget to use eucalyptus on your pets! It’s proven to be safe in pretty much any way that you would use it on yourself.
Just be sure to keep it out of eyes and any open wounds! Eucalyptus oil benefits are due to its ability to stimulate immunity, provide antioxidant protection and improve respiratory circulation. Originally referred to as “eucalyptol” by the scientific community, the health benefits of eucalyptus oil come from a chemical now known as cineole — an organic compound shown to hold astounding, widespread medicinal effects, including everything from reducing inflammation and pain to killing leukemia cells!The eucalyptus tree (also known as Tasmanian Blue Gum) is an evergreen tree native to Australia that’s often thought of as the main food source of koala bears.
While it provides amazing nutritional support for wildlife, the essential oils extracted from eucalyptus leaves also have powerful medicinal properties. According to English folklore, an early English settler had his thumb nearly severed by an ax. His father, who was well-versed in Aboriginal folk medicine, advised that he apply a bandage of tightly bound eucalyptus leaves around the cut after it was sutured. Evidently, the Aborigines used eucalyptus, or “kino” as they referred to it, to heal most wounds they encountered.
Later, when a surgeon saw the wound, he remarked how amazed he was because the thumb healed so quickly and without any trace of infection. Reports like this spread throughout Australia, and pharmacists like Joseph Bosisto began tinkering with the idea of commercially producing eucalyptus oil in 1852. Soon thereafter, the leaves of Eucalyptus radiata were first distilled near Melbourne.
Plastic PET Jar
Cap/Closure: Aluminum Screw Lid
External use only, Keep away from children. Stop use if there are any allergic reactions.