Essential oils (EO) are concentrated plant extracts with powerful healing properties when used therapeutically. While essential oils must be mixed with carrier oil before application to avoid skin irritation, that does not diminish their efficacy in any way.
This blend contains essential oils known to ease shoulder pain. Combine it with cold compresses and other natural methods for maximum relief from your rotator cuff tendonitis symptoms.
Peppermint oil has long been recognized for its many therapeutic advantages, and today many people swear by its power to relieve itchy feet and alleviate headaches. Peppermint’s cooling effect helps soothe pain while its anti-inflammatory and healing benefits also include reduced inflammation. Furthermore, its stimulating action increases circulation to combat tight muscles. Finally, its refreshing aroma can improve mental clarity and focus. It can even be added to shampoo to treat dandruff and lice; its antiseptic properties make it an effective natural insect repellent; diffused fragrance helps boost concentration and focus – not to mention added into shampoo to treat dandruff and lice! For extra benefits try placing peppermint in a diffuser for a relaxing bath; try applying some onto the temples or neck for headache relief or dabbing it beneath your nose to increase concentration or alertness!
Before applying essential oils topically to the skin at high concentrations, they should always be diluted first by adding some carrier oil such as coconut or olive oil for safe absorption and to avoid irritation. Also, it’s wise to test any new essential oil on a small area of skin first to ensure maximum safety and no adverse reactions occur.
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Peppermint Essential Oil can help soothe shoulder tendonitis when applied directly to the affected area with a roll-on or carrier oil, massaged into lotion or soap for stimulating massage or bath therapy, or added into a diffuser to cool and ease the pain.
Peppermint oil has long been recognized for its use as an effective treatment against nausea and vomiting, however pure Peppermint Oil should never be taken orally due to potential toxic reactions at high doses.
Lavender oil is extracted from the blooming lavender plant (Lavandula angustifolia). Its anti-inflammatory properties make it effective at treating shoulder tendonitis and other inflammatory conditions like rheumatism and arthritis. You can use lavender oil alone or combine it with other oils for maximum effectiveness when creating an effective treatment regimen.
Essential oil of lavender boasts a floral, mild fragrance with sweet, fresh, and herbaceous undertones, making it one of the most widely-used essential oils on the market today. Its numerous healing properties make it particularly valuable; from relieving stress and anxiety, helping with sleep quality, and relieving headaches to relieving inflammation and improving skin health – among many more benefits!
Lavender essential oil’s fragrance can provide a soothing atmosphere by stimulating serotonin production. When applied topically to neck and shoulder areas, lavender essential oil’s anti-inflammatory properties may even provide relief for rotator cuff tendonitis sufferers.
To use this oil, mix 2 drops with a carrier oil and apply directly onto the affected area. Warm washcloth compresses can also help promote blood circulation while helping the oils penetrate deep into tissues for maximum effectiveness.
Alternatively, lavender can also be added to a vaporizer or diffuser and inhaled, providing its fragrance. Doing this before bed can increase both quality and quantity of sleep as lavender has been known to alleviate insomnia and improve patterns. Furthermore, lavender also acts as an effective headache remedy as its relaxing properties can soothe both muscles and nerves.
Although CBD oil can be safe for most people to use, pregnant women in their third trimester and those taking medication that could lead to drowsiness should avoid its use. Furthermore, its effects could alter hormone levels and it may not be appropriate for prepubescent children. If unsure whether to use this product or not, speak with your healthcare provider regarding risks and benefits in further detail.
This essential oil is an effective anti-inflammatory and pain reliever. Containing high amounts of 1,8-cineole, alpha-pinene, and camphor, it can be used to alleviate muscle pain from strains, sprains, arthritis, and rheumatism symptoms as well as alleviate muscle spasms and strains, arthritis symptoms, and even nervous tension caused by stress-producing cortisol hormone. Furthermore, it stimulates mental activity, and encourages clarity of thought while relieving fatigue while supporting healthy respiratory function – essential qualities all necessary in everyday life!
Honey has both choleretic and hepatoprotective actions, meaning it cleanses and protects the liver against any damage or illness. For anyone experiencing digestive complaints, honey helps improve the secretion of bile from the liver which aids digestion as well as flushing toxins out of the bloodstream. Studies conducted on Psychogeriatrics indicate it may even help protect against Alzheimer’s disease! Finally, research published in Psychogeriatrics suggests its memory-boosting properties could even prevent its occurrence altogether!
Rosemary Oil, native to both Mediterranean regions and Asia, is an evergreen plant with needle-like leaves and pink, white, or purple blooms that produce an inviting scent when in bloom. Rosemary has long been utilized as an incense or perfume due to its fresh fragrance; moreover, it has long been utilized as an antimicrobial, anti-inflammatory, and analgesic remedy; it may even be added into other oils for topical application as an analgesic or sedative or as an antimicrobial against infections.
Before applying essential oils directly onto your skin, it is recommended that they are mixed with a carrier oil such as coconut oil for best results. A great way to apply essential oil is to gently massage it into affected areas in a circular or figure 8 motion and cover them with cotton balls and warm blankets before pressing with warm cloths over the cotton ball cover for even further massage action.
Alternatively, adding essential oil diffusers can provide another effective method for relieving pain associated with shoulder tendonitis; furthermore, it may even be combined for maximum effect against shoulder tendonitis treatment!
Frankincense (also known as Olibanum) is an aromatic resin widely recognized for being one of the gifts given to Mary at her nativity by the three wise men. For millennia it has been used both religiously and medicinally; today it remains one of the key ingredients in incense and perfumes as well as being an anti-inflammatory pain reliever with calming properties and an aid for meditation.
Resin from trees of the Boswellia genus such as B. carterii, B. frereana, and B. sacra is harvested by making incisions in them and collecting its milky-like gum resin that hardens when exposed to air – producing small dried globules resembling golden raisins or fossilized popcorn in small dried pieces. Oil is extracted via steam distillation from this resin.
As a therapeutic oil, Frankincense has been shown to help alleviate stress and anxiety, lower blood pressure and boost immunity. Furthermore, it may protect cells from radiation or chemotherapy damage and inflammation, improve heart health as well as treat arthritis and asthma symptoms. Furthermore, Frankincense may reduce stretch marks and scars.
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Essential oil of lavender comes in various forms, from topical solutions for skin application to more potency products designed to treat chronic sinusitis, reduce coughing, and alleviate cold symptoms. Furthermore, research indicates it contains antibacterial, antifungal, and antiparasitic properties that make it effective against bacteria, fungi, and parasites.
Inhaling frankincense oil may help ease anxiety and depression by producing a soothing effect on the mind, relieving joint inflammation, improving blood flow, and helping the body fight infections. When applied topically, it should always be diluted using a carrier oil such as coconut oil; otherwise, it could potentially harm children or pregnant women when applied undiluted on clean surfaces.