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Pain Relief Creme

Hello, Friends!  Marilyn here with a creme to relieve body pain.  I found this recipe on an Essential Oil Facebook Group called Only One Drop.   The post for the creme had several comments claiming that the creme relieved grandma's arthritis and swelling, etc.

I have to say that at the time of this post, I have not personally tried the creme.  My husband has knee pain and my sister-in-law suffers from painful arthritis.  I plan on using them as my test guinea pigs.

Pain Relief Creme

The recipe is pretty simple:

Pain Relief Creme
1/4 cup coconut oil
10 drops PanAway Essential Oil
10 drops Valor Essential Oil
10 drops Peppermint Essential Oil

Essential Oils, Coconut Oil 

Whip all ingredients together and store in a glass jar.

All ingredients whipped together and ready to store in glass jars

The creme feels pretty greasy.  I plan on storing the creme in my refrigerator.

 I really hope this works well for my husband and sister-in-law.


Hope you have a blessed day and thanks for stopping by, ~ Marilyn

 

Comments

  1. Let me know if this helps your husband and sister in law. I have a lot of pain that nothing helps. If this works for you I will try it. Edwina Brown

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  2. OK, here's what I've learned. In addition to the above ingredients, add 10 drops Frankincense and 10 drops Copaiba. And yes - it works! I've had several family members requesting it. ~ Marilyn

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