137 ~ Pain relievers – Part 1/2 ~

External application

Essential oils

Some essential oils, including chamomile and Roman lavender, help to increase circulation in the body. They also have pain-relieving and anti-inflammatory properties that could boost healing. Peppermint is cooling for burning sensations.

Dilute essential oils (a few drops) in 1 ounce of a carrier oil such as olive oil or coconut oil. Applying these diluted oils to the affected area can reduce stinging and tingling pains from peripheral neuropathy.

In a 2010 study, researchers gave a homeopathic topical oil to 60 participants with foot pain resulting from peripheral neuropathy.

This oil included a blend of geranium, lavender, bergamot, tea tree, and eucalyptus oils. Fifty six participants receiving this treatment reported a decrease in pain within 30 minutes. (Health line)

Aromatherapy plays a major part in my life. I listed it among the Magical Revival series as well.

African potato cream

– From

https://www.faithful-to-nature.co.za/down-to-earth-african-potato-cream


This healing topical cream harnesses the medicinal power of a popular indigenous botanical ingredient – the African potato.

Down to Earth’s nourishing African Potato Cream helps to soothe a variety of skin conditions, from irritation and inflammation to sunburns and eczema.

It’s also great for joint stiffness, sprains, arthritis and muscular pain. The African potato is the star ingredient here, with high sterol and sterolin levels working to ease inflammation, accelerate healing and even to boost immunity.

The Down to Earth cream also contains ultra-nourishing coconut oil and aloe, promoting healthy happy skin from head to toe.

Aroma Health Pain Relief Rub

– From my aromatherapist

Ozone Cream

I haven’t tried this but people have reported relief with it.

– From Natra Heal wellness clinic

Qustul hind oil

The long list of benefits regarding this prophetic medicine has been shared in a link here


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