Relieving Aches and Pains

Relieve back painOver half of us, based on modern medicine, sufferer from inflammation. Regardless of whether long-term or severe, the end result is usually the exact same, discomfort and pain. Acute or chronic back problems can make everyday life miserable.

Many people seek relief for  pain by  taking over-the-counter pain medications or prescription drugs which often have  negative side effects, decreasing overall well-being.
Aromatherapy uses essential oils that are  extracted from different plants. These essential oils have medicinal properties,  which work on the physical and mental levels to address the ailment at hand and  to promote healing.

The best form of aromatherapy for back pain is a  massage using essential oils. Simply mix a couple of drops of your chosen oil  with a carrier oil and arrange to have a professional masseur or aromatherapist  massage your back for you. This serves to increase circulation and to relieve  the aching and tightness. Massage therapy also helps to relieve stress and  promotes the circulation of blood to the area, while the aroma of the essential  oils works through the olfactory system.

Mother Nature contains within her some of the most useful pain-killer substances recognized by humankind. These Naturally sourced substances like the ones present in 100 % pure essential oils aren’t just effective, they are safe. Pain relief using Deep Blue essential oildoTERRA offers the essential oil blend called Deep Blue which has incredible calming properties.

This blend is miraculous in its chemical constituent properties which are synergistically combined. It consists of wintergreen, peppermint oil, helichrysum, camphor, blue chamomile, blue tansy, and osmanthus all work jointly offering a persuasive capability to decrease swelling, reduce achy joints and sore muscle tissue.

The results are penetrating and deep with continual relief. Utilize Deep Blue right to areas of pain. Its cooling healing benefits can be felt almost instantly. Deep Blue may be used topically and also diffused into the air.

More essential oils for back  pain

The following essential oils can all be used to treat back pain  naturally:

*Chamomile oil helps to control muscle spasms and has  pain-relieving and anti-inflammatory properties.

Lavender oil prevents  muscle spasms and inflammation. It also helps to relieve tension, which may  contribute to or worsen back pain.

Clary sage is a very soothing oil. It  has a calming effect when one is anxious and muscles are tensed up from pain. It  has anti-spasmodic and anti-inflammatory properties. Do not use clary sage if pregnant.

Rosemary has analgesic and antispasmodic properties. It is  also good for relieving back pain as it improves blood  circulation.

Ginger oil can ease back pain and give one more mobility.  Blend 1 tablespoon sweet oil, 4 drops wintergreen, 4 drops cardamom and 4 drops  ginger oil to make a soothing massage oil.

*Peppermint is good for muscle  soreness.

Frankincense has anti-inflammatory properties and also acts as  a mild sedative.

*Wintergreen will reduce discomfort and pain.

*Oils that are in doTERRA’s Deep Blue Essential Oil Blend

While you can use any of these oils on their own, it is  also beneficial to blend two or more oils together. Do not apply essential oils  directly on the skin – blend oils or combinations thereof with a carrier oil  first. Optimal aromatherapy blends for relieving back pain include peppermint  and rosemary, lavender and frankincense, and chamomile and clary  sage.

Take an aromatherapy bath as an effective method to soothe tired,  aching muscles and to increase circulation. Add eight to ten drops of essential  oils directly to warm bath water and soak for fifteen to twenty  minutes.


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