Natural Pain Relief

Natural Pain Relief…

Get pain relief with the morphine pain bomb using young living essential oils

You MAY get amazing pain relief from essential oils in a capsule!!  Works for all kinds of pain. Only recommended foYoung Living Essential Oils. You can read more about why here.

You can also put 2-3 drops of each in a bath or rub on sore spots. For use in the bath, use epsom salts as well.

Frankincense was a gift brought to Jesus and is known as a holy oil.  It has many noted uses throughout the ages. It crosses the blood-brain barrier. It helps fight inflammation and fight infection, as well as strenthens the immune system.  It reduces stress as well. When in doubt, I always reach for Frankincense.

Copaiba is a powerful anit-inflammatory, anti-bacterial, antiseptic and stimulant for the circulatory and pulmonary systems. It is most commonly used for anxiety, muscle aches and pain.

Balsam Fir (Idaho) is anti-inflammatory as well. It is most commonly used for muscle fatigue and bone aches.

All of these oils work well with many problems and body systems.

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Note: I am not a doctor or a practitioner. This is not intended to diagnose or treat anyone. Always consult with  your doctor. For informational and educational purposes only.


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