Recipe for joints and muscles: Back (back pain)

Recette : Huile massage dos

Take good care of your back. Lower back pain, or cricks are common in our hectic everyday lives. One awkward movement or excessive rotation and you could be stiff for several days. Apply this slightly warming effect to soothe the discomfort and help you recover. 

To make my synergy

EO Wintergreen - 25 drops
EO Rosemary CT camphor - 20 drops
EO Peppermint - 5 drops
EO Lemon eucalyptus - 20 drops

Your choice of VO - 30 ml (750 drops)

Pump Bottle 60 ml

How to use it

Apply gentle pressure to the pump, 3 to 4 times a day on the affected area.

Atmosphère
Application on the skin
Autorisé aux femmes enceintes
Age
+ 6 years
Conservation
3 months
Temps de préparation
Fast

How can I carry out my blend?

Pour in the drops of essential oils, always starting with the smallest quantity. Tip your bottle at a 45° angle so that you can easily count the number of drops.

Useful to know: essential oils can prove to be great allies in fighting against these pains which crop up on a daily basis, both for preventive reasons and to soothe them. Among these, you may have heard about wintergreen. Remarkably efficient, a few precautions need to be taken when you use it: 50% dilution in vegetable oil is compulsory as it can be an irritant for skin and we do not recommend it for people who take blood fluidifiers or are allergic to aspirin. 

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  Composition

Ingredients: Simmondsia chinensis seed oil, Gaultheria procumbens leaf oil, Eucalyptus citriodora, Rosmarinus officinalis leaf oil , Mentha piperita oil, Tocopherol, Linalool*, Benzyl Alcohol*, Citral*, Eugenol*, Geraniol, Limonene*, Citronellol*, Coumarin*  - *Naturally occurring substances in the essential oil. 

Any opinion, reflection and advice given can in no way replace a consultation with a doctor or therapist whom you should contact for your follow-up.