Essential Oils for aches and pains

JoAnne Gaudioso

Essential Oils are the pure extracts from plants (seeds, leaves, bark, peel) with no additional processing or ingredients. They are concentrated, fast acting and quickly absorbed into the skin, leaving no oily residue. These oils are a plant’s natural protection from environmental threats, insects and decay. Our bodies and plants have similar building blocks. When the oils enter our bodies, they go to work on our behalf, killing bacteria, destroying parasites, cleansing toxins and boosting our immune system.

Why a natural approach? The essential oils soothe without side effects or masking symptoms. They complement and support our body. And they are just pennies per drop and quickly deliver results. For optimal results, you will want to choose oils that are sourced from expert growers committed to meeting the highest quality standards. You will want to choose oils that are 100% pure and contain no fillers or additives. The oils should be tested for purity and certified. DoTerra Essential Oils are tested by third parties and carry a Certified Pure Therapeutic Grade (CPTG).

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there are also many essential oils that can be used to provide relief for aches, pains and discomfort. Diffusing lavender lessens discomfort for wound dressing and can be used in treating burns and sunburn. Peppermint can help relieve head tension, neck tension, cramps and muscle aches. Clove can be used to treat gums and mouth soreness. Lemongrass is used to provide relief from Charley horses, stiffness, inflammation, muscle and joint aches and circulatory support. Surprisingly, you can actually find that you can use CBD oils (which you can find at Yours Nutrition) for relieving aches and pains and you can use them for many more purposes such as hair oil. reliving anxiety and weight loss. These are just a few of the many oils that can be used for aches and pains.

So whether you suffer from migraines, arthritic pain, muscle and joint pain after exercise, tennis or golf or other discomforts, there is a natural solution to give you relief. Arthritis sufferers may also be keen to try out CBD creams in order to manage their pain; see here for such products –

If you would like to know more about these amazing oils, please join me in one of my classes where we will discuss the oils and how to use them. We will also make a blend for pain and discomfort that you take home with you. My scheduled classes for April are April 7 at 11:00 a.m., April 14 at 11:00 a.m., April 21 at 11:00 a.m. and April 28 at 11:00 a.m. If these times are not convenient, we can schedule a one-on-one meeting. Please contact JoAnne at 480-225-5224 or by email at [email protected]