Essential Oils Synergy Roll On
Portable, Convenient to Use & Pre-Diluted
[Previously known as Arthro-Aid Roll On]
Just where does it hurt? Body pain can be caused by poor posture, anxiety (causing tension),joint inflammation, muscular exertion and sprains, infection, temperature, injury or even referred injury causing deferred discomfort. Whether joints, muscles or other aches, Arthro-Aid is a restorative natural pain relieving synergy of analgesic and anti-inflammatory essential oils that help improve blood circulation and general, temporary reliefs for acute and chronic pain of all kinds.
- Muscular tension, aches and spasms.
- Head tension and migraine.
- Joint pain, stiffness and rheumatism.
- Back ache (bad posture) and sprains.
- Inflammation and chronic aches.
- Sciatica, Arthritis, Gout, Osteoporosis, Fibromyalgia, etc.
- Other site specific discomfort.
- Castor oil has been used for thousands of years to treat a wide variety of ailments, reduce pain and stimulate the immune system. Its high concentration of a special fatty acid called ricinoleic acid is thought to impart healing properties. A 2009 study found it effective in relieving arthritic symptoms . Another study researching the effects of ricinoleic acid on inflammation found that it offered ‘capsaicin-like’ anti-inflammatory properties .
- Copaiba balsam oil is naturally anti-inflammatory and demonstrates a peripheral and central pain-relieving effect, making them useful in ongoing pain management.
- Lemongrass oil helps improve blood circulation and therefore relieve muscle spasms, backaches, sprains and cramps. Its anti-inflammatory properties comes from the Limonene that is present in the oil .
- Wintergreen oil is a beneficial oil distilled from the leaves of the Gaultheria procumbens evergreen plant. Its signature minty aroma is quite similar to that of peppermint oil. It has one of the most researched benefits in pain management and numbing of soreness, as its primary active component of methyl salicylate makes up 85-98% of its profile. Naturally antioxidant and anti-inflammatory, research has showed that the oil is capable of acting as a natural analgesic (to reduce pain), anti-arthritic, antiseptic and astringent .
- Due to its warming and antispasmodic properties, Battaglia suggests that Black Pepper is valued as a rubifacient oil making it useful for muscular aches and pains, arthritic stiffness and tired aching limbs; whilst Davis considers it helpful for poor circulation [5,6]. A study published in the Journal of Alternative and Complementary Medicine in 2014 assessing the efficacy of aromatic essential oils on neck pain found improved pain tolerance and significant improvement in neck pain in patients after using a blend of Black Pepper, Marjoram, Lavender and Peppermint for four-week period .
Direction: For best results, apply directly to the area(s) of concern.
- For external use only.
- Do not use on open wounds or damaged skin.
- Possible skin sensitivity.
- If skin irritation occurs, discontinue use.
- Keep out of reach of children.
- Avoid contact with eyes or mucous membranes.
- Not suitable for use during pregnancy.
- If you are nursing or taking medication, consult with a health professional before use.
- . B Medhi et al. Comparative clinical trial of castor oil and diclofenac sodium in patients with osteoarthritis. Phytother Res. 2009 Oct;23(10):1469-73. PMID: 19288533.
- . Celme Vieira et al. Effect of ricinoleic acid in acute and subchronic experimental models of inflammation. Mediators of Inflammation, 9, 223-228 (2000). ISSN 0962-9351.
- . Meenapriya M et al. Effect of Lemongrass Oil on Rheumatoid Arthritis. J. Pharm. Sci. & Res. Vol. 9(2), 2017, 237-23.
- . Barbar A. et al. In vitro release studies of methyl salicylate from the ointment bases and the commercial dermatological products. Pharm Acta Helv. 1990;65(5-6):170-4.
- . Battaglia S. (2003) The Complete Guide to Aromatherapy 2nd Edition. Australia: International Centre of Holistic Aromatherapy.
- . Davis, P. (2000) Aromatherapy an A-Z. 6th Ed. Essex: C.W. Daniel Company Ltd.
- . Ou Mc et al. The effectiveness of essential oils for patients with neck pain: a randomized controlled study. J Altern Complement Med. 2014 Oct;20(10):771-9. doi: 10.1089/acm.2013.0453. Epub 2014 Sep 5.