Essential oils are highly concentrated plant extracts. Distillation is the process used for extracting essential plant oils with various parts of the plants used, which include the bark, leaves, roots, flowers and stems. A highly concentrated essential oil remains after the distillation process, and will contain the characteristic fragrance and healing properties of the plant from which it was extracted.
The most commonly used combination of herbs used for pain relief are myrrh and frankincense, which are made use of together for obtaining a synergistic effect for pain relief. Frankincense comes from the plant Boswellia serrata or Boswellia carterii, and myrrh comes from the plant Commiphora mukul or Commiphora myrrha. Frankincense and myrrh extracts have anti-microbial, analgesic and anti-inflammatory properties. Frankincense and myrrh’s essential oils are extracted from the plant’s tree trunks resins. The active compounds in frankincense are known as boswellic acids and in myrrh they are known as guggulsterones.
Neuropathic pain is relieved with frankincense and myrrh essential oils by the regulation of pain transmission by the activation of ion channels.
Frankincense & Myrrh Neuropathy Rubbing Oil is blend of frankincense and myrrh essential oils and homeopathic ingredients that provides temporary, but fast relief from nerve pain. This product helps to alleviate the neuropathic pain caused by shingles, diabetic neuropathy, diabetes, idiopathic neuropathy and chemotherapy.
Besides the frankincense and myrrh essential oils, this product contains hypericum perforatum hpus – 3 x (topical analgesic), bryonia alba hpus – 3 x (anti-inflammatory), eucalyptus leaf oil, nutmeg, bergamot fruit oil, lemon, peppermint oil, rosemary leaf oil, geranium leaf oil, cinnamon leaf oil, tocopherol.
The oil is massaged into any painful areas, calming nerve endings and easing pain as it penetrates the skin, it. There are none of the side effects that you get from prescription medicines such as weight gain, fogginess or drowsiness.
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