There are several ways to use essential oils to gain relief from back and muscle pain:
Massage - Mix oils like peppermint, lavender, rosemary with a carrier oil and gently massage into the affected area. Repeat daily.
Use a specially crafted cream like TerraCure, which contains a high concentration of Dead Sea minerals and healing essential oils like Rosemary, Peppermint, Ginger, Tea Tree and many others. There is a special synergy between the Dead Sea minerals and the essential oils.
In addition, Rosemary has been found to be antirheumatic – great for numb and cold joints, antispasmodic, is a wonderful circulatory stimulant and an expectorant – the 1.8 cineole type of Rosemary oil that TerraCure uses in our creams probably has expectorant and anti-inflammatory properties.
Applying creams or ointments containing Dead Sea minerals achieves twin objectives. Firstly, it replenishes the body’s mineral levels, including calcium and magnesium, which make the bones stronger and alleviate the effects of bone diseases. Secondly, low magnesium levels affect the tissue repletion and repair process.
It is the dynamite combination of all of these essential oils, Dead Sea Water, and many more herbal oils that have a proven track record against injuries and pain. These components work together to create a highly effective cream that soothes muscles, tendons, and joints, while promoting the healing process from the inside.
A quick application of Blue Balm after an injury provides instant pain relief, and accelerates the healing process, which is why athletes from around the world trust Blue Balm.
TerraCure’s Orange Ointment is a huge milestone in the fight against chronic lower back pain. It combines the medicinal benefits of 25+ powerful minerals extracted from the Dead Sea water, essential oils, herbal oils, plant extracts, and algae extracts to create a powerful cream that delivers superb results against chronic pain. Here’s how.
Pain relievers are good for temporary relief, but what they need is a disc remedy that does not just mask the problem, but also improves their condition. There are many, actually.
In fact, for people who are looking for a natural remedy for herniated disc, there are plenty of options. A lot of people prefer these solutions because they are non-invasive and rather gentle on the body. So, let’s check out some natural remedies.
In 1982 Dr. I. Machtey from Hasharon Hospital in Petach Tikva studied the effect of Dead Sea minerals on rheumatic patients that were suffering from osteoarthritis or tendinitis. 103 patients participated in his study and most were treated for two weeks with daily baths of Dead Sea minerals. The exact details of the study are beyond the scope of this article but over 80% of all the patients reported having less pain; 70% said their mobility improved, and about60% were able to decrease their use of analgesics.