Essential Oils & Terpenes
Essential Oils are natural healers.
When applied topically, they act as a skin toner and can reduce the appearance of blemishes.
They work to repair and strengthen the epidermis, allowing it to defend itself from impurities that can damage the skin and cause premature aging.
Menthol has been used as a topical pain reliever since ancient times.
An active ingredient in most traditional and natural pain creams and topical products as a non-opioid pain reliever, it works by activating the central analgesic pathways.
Typically used for back and joint pain.
Menthol, according to PubMed Study, has been shown to be effective at helping with neuropathic pain.
A natural anti-inflammatory, it contains active ingredient eugenol which acts as a natural anaesthetic. Clove is anti-fungal, anti-bacterial and anti-microbial (helping to kill bacteria). Studies show Clove may be effective as receiving itching and promotes healing.
Contains natural and powerful healing and pain relieving properties.
Curcumin, an active compound in turmeric, is both anti-inflammatory and an anti-oxidant. Studies show turmeric can topically have similar or even better than over-the-counter or prescription medications.
The active ingredient ‘capsaicin’ is well known to block the neurotransmitters that signal pain, can be effective to help with musculoskeletal conditions (sore joints, back and shoulders)
Works well with turmeric (which eases inflammation) to warming the tissue and relieve pain.
Anti-inflammatory, anti-bacterial, anti-fungal, antiseptic and anti-spasmodic, this purifying oil is a common ingredient in many pain medications. Eucalyptus is great for soothing painful joints and muscles. Traditionally used for centuries as a natural healing medicine.
Orange essential oil is known to increase blood flow, reduce inflation and topically promote healing, it has a soothing and calming effect on the skin. Has potent anti-microbial effects.
Care should be taken when exposed to direct UV light, as orange oil can increase photosensitivity.
Anti-bacterial, anti-fungal. Diluted and applied topically, cinnamon oil is known to alleviate the aches and pains in sore muscles and joints.
Anti-inflammatory, anti-bacterial, anti-oxidant, reduces inflammation and increases circulation to the skin.
Strong analgesic properties to soothe and reduce aches and pains.
Japanese Peppermint is naturally high in ‘menthol’, historical has been used to receive muscle aches and pains, has a deep healing and penetrating effect.
Main active chemical constituents of peppermint oil are ‘menthol’ and ‘menthone’, both are well known (and frequently used topically) to act as an analgesic to reduce pain. Can help relieve muscle spasms