How To Make A Herbal Aches And Pains Balm

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How To Make A Herbal Aches and Pains Balm
How To Make A Herbal Aches and Pains Balm. Image – (with permission)

We have just discovered a unique ache and pain balm recipe which uses all natural ingredients and an awesome blend of herbs!

This balm should create a wonderful soothing effect that relieves the pains and aches in the body. The unique balm recipe makes use of several herbs and essential oils (some of which are listed as optional) – violet, ginger root, rosehip seed, tamanu, meadow foam seed, tei fu, blue chamomile, lavender, carrot seed, comfrey, and arnica. If you are on a limited budget, the recipe states clearly which ones are optional.

But I suggest that you don’t take out ginger root, arnica, lavender, chamomile and comfrey from the list. The essential oils derived from these herbs are known for their ability to help people suffering from pain, ache and some inflammatory conditions.

Research studies have indicated that several of these herbs may be benficial in relieving pain, swelling and aches. Comfrey, for instance, makes an excellent remedy for pain and inflammation triggered by conditions like osteoarthritis, back pain, arthritic knee pain, ankle sprains and rheumatoid arthritis.

On the other hand, arnica which comes from the family of sunflower, is a perennial plant that is known for its ability to reduce pain and swelling significantly. For centuries, arnica has been used widely to treat various types of pain. Due to its anti-inflammatory qualities, arnica is a popular herbal remedy and is often used by athletes to soothe strains and soreness. One study even revealed that it works as effectively as ibuprofen but with minimal side effects.

Ginger root is highly regarded as a wonderful treatment for pains and many types of inflammatory conditions. Recent researches revealed that ginger root extract is capable of relieving severe muscle pains. In addition to its anti-inflammatory effects, ginger root has analgesic properties that work like non-steroidal anti-inflammatory drugs minus the latter’s side effects.

Best known for their relaxing properties, lavender and chamomile also make a wonderful duo for your homemade pain balm. In addition to their pleasing aromatic scent, these herbs are known for their ability to soothe pain.

Ready to try this amazing homemade aches and pain balm? Here is the link to the full tutorial and recipe:

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  • By Donna, May 17, 2013 @ 7:49 pm

    What about the Chamomile if U have seasonal allergies?

    If the lavender works the same job as the chamomile, then the Lavender should be ok without it 2 then.

  • By jeanette, May 18, 2013 @ 12:05 am


  • By admin, May 18, 2013 @ 12:29 am

    Sorry, I don’t speak Spanish. try

  • By Linda, May 19, 2013 @ 12:24 am

    Is it possible to put aspirin into this balm?

  • By Shayla, March 18, 2014 @ 2:14 pm

    Tiger balm also works amazing if you have arthritis muscle pains… Or just about anything it soaks in and feels amazing. Best thing iv ever used,and it’s all natural too. I make large amounts of it and give it as gifts on Christmas ect. Or you can buy little jars of it in stores, but I find making it from home is a lot more funner, and if there’s room to edit you can.

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