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Herbal Deep Muscle and Joint Relief

Carley's

Herbal

Deep Muscle/Joint Relief now with MSM

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  • Triple infused/extracted 14 Herbs well known for muscle and joint relief.

  • MSM 

  • Menthol Free (smells wonderful)

  • Naturally deep absorbing

  • Hey it's a moisturizer base. Makes the skin feel wonderful.

  • 4 Ounces  118 mL  

  • A little goes a long way.

 

No one I know, wants to smell like Menthol. Yet everyone wants pain relief. So we decided to make a menthol free, fast absorbing product. And maximize the benefits of these 14 herbs. (see list of herbs below, it's impressive!).

 

 

We knew we could make an amazing fast absorbing moisturizer. Why not combine the benefits to help give you pain relief?

 

 

What do we mean by triple infused and extracted ingredients? We wanted to get the maximum amount of these 14 herbs deep into your muscles and joints.

 

No one does this!

 

  • So we first did what other creams on the market do. Infused herbs into oil. Rather than use cheap oils. We are only using one oil. Virgin Coconut. Virgin coconut oil actually has the smallest molecules of all oils. They are smaller than our pores. We spent 6 weeks heating and cooling these 14 herbs into this Virgin Coconut Oil. This maximized the amount of nutrients in the oils. Most companies do it in one day.

  • We also extracted these 14 Herbs into vegetable glycerin for 6 weeks. No one does this.

  • And lastly during the making we infused these 14 Herbs into the boiling water we used to make this cream. No one does this.

  • So except for the essential oils, all the liquids have the 14 Herbs bound in them.

  • Why is this important? Herbs are made up of dozens of micronutrients. We believe herbs release different micronutrients differently depending on how they are infused or extracted. This maximizes the amount of micronutrients that get deep into your muscles and joints. No one does this.

 

Why not use Camphor? Most people hate this embarrassing smell and we wanted this to smell good. We felt the benefits of the 14 herbs outweighed the benefits of camphor. Besides it's been used to death. I don't believe it does much. For many products, it's practically the only active ingredient.

 

Why not use Methyl Salicylate (oil of wintergreen)? Another strong smelling ingredient commonly used in a lot of liniments. With limited proof of effectiveness.

 

Ingredients:(14 Herbs)

Reverse Osmosis Purified Water: Reverse Osmosis is the gold standard of water. Obviously we wanted fast absorption. Using a water with any hard water components or contaminants would slow down this absorption. Most companies use 'purified' water. Which may or may not be as good. Might seem like a minor point, but I saw a huge difference in the quality of our products when we switched from 'just purified' about 15 years ago. Now we only use R-O Water.  

 

MSM  methylsulfonylmethane (METH-?l-sul-FON-il-METH-ane) provides sulfur, a vital building block of joints, cartilage, skin, hair and nails, and methyl groups, which support many vital biochemical processes in the body, including energy production. MSM is a naturally-occurring nutrient found in small amounts of many foods. 

 

Virgin Coconut Oil (Cocos Nucifera) There is coconut oil and then there is Virgin Coconut oil. Huge difference! This Virgin Coconut oil is processed by technology developed in Japan using a centrifuge and gravity. They harvest the coconut and the coconut milk is extracted by centrifuge with a density separator. Virgin coconut oil comes directly from the FIJI Islands and we can attest to its purity and content.

 

Emulsifying Wax, a vegetable wax when used at the right temperature combines oils and water into a true fast absorbing moisturizer. This is not xanthan gum or algin or seaweed. Those are thickeners and make fake moisturizers.

 

Vegetable Glycerin: Many, if not, most companies use animal derived glycerin to make their products. I don't even want you to imagine what parts of the animals they use. Unless it says vegetable glycerin, it is animal derived.

 

Stearic Acid another vegetable wax that helps to make the moisturizer creamy.

 

Triple Infusion/Extracts of:

The benefits of these herbs described are for informational purposes only.

 

Aloe Vera (Aloe Barbadensis) Aloe vera is one of the most commonly used herbs in alternative medicine. Known for its healing properties.

 

Arnica (Arnica Montana)  Muscle aches, spasms, pulled muscles, or rheumatic pain – A 2007 study found that an arnica solution has a positive effect on muscle soreness after marathon running. Arnica is recommended natural remedies for delayed onset muscle soreness. Many professional athletes use it.

 

Boswellia serrata, Boswellia is praised by alternative medicine practitioners for its anti-inflammatory capabilities. It is derived from the gum of boswellia trees, which are indigenous to India. Also called frankincense, this herb is thought to work by blocking leukotrienes. Leukotrienes are substances that can attack healthy joints in autoimmune diseases such as rheumatoid arthritis.

 

Cat’s Claw (Uncaria Tomentosa)  Cat’s claw is another anti-inflammatory herb that may reduce swelling in arthritis. This herb is from a tropical vine, and its usage dates back to Inca civilizations. Traditionally, cat’s claw is used to boost your immune system. In recent years, the immunity powers of the herb have been tried in arthritis.  According to the University of Maryland Medical Center (UMMC), studies have shown that cat’s claw can help with osteoarthritis pain and RA swelling.

 

Cinnamon: See Nutmeg

 

Dandelion (Taraxacum Officinale) Commonly used as food, dandelion also makes an excellent herb for arthritis. Fortified with nutrients like potassium, iron, and Vitamins B, C, D and A, dandelion also contains anti-inflammatory properties that make it effective in dealing arthritic pain.

Dandelion is believed to be effective in dealing with symptoms of arthritis, rheumatism and other chronic joint pain conditions. Researchers believe that this herb is capable of flushing toxins that causes the joints and muscles to inflame. Also, it plays a vital role in reducing the level of uric acid in the body which results to reduced pain and stiffness in the joints, and increased joint mobility.

 

Devil’s Claw (Harpagophytum procumbens) Abundantly found in South Africa, Devil's Claw has long been used by traditional societies in treating a number of arthritic symptoms. Uncaria guianensis, a species of Devil's Claw helps people with osteoarthritis by relieving knee pain when active. On the other hand, its other species, U. tomentosa is known to be effective at reducing the symptoms of rheumatoid arthritis.

The secret of devil's claw is found on its secondary root which contains harpagosides which provides anti-inflammatory effects. In a study published at Rheumatology Journal, it was revealed that the use of devil's claw extract is as effective as Vioxx and Celebrex, kinds of anti-inflammatory drugs available a few years ago.

Extensive scientific studies breaking down the triggers behind arthritis and in-depth analyses of the components of herbal treatments have clearly shown that specific herbs can indeed address factors causing inflammation and arthritis. Because of this and the limited or absence of side effects of most herbal products, many such researches have recommended to conduct further studies on the mechanisms behind these herbs in promoting new pharmaceutical solutions for arthritis.

 

Eucalyptus (Eucalyptus Globulus)   Like aloe vera, eucalyptus is widely available in western markets. It is used in oral medications, and topical oil extracts are used for a variety of conditions. Topical forms of eucalyptus leaves are used to treat arthritis pain. These plant leaves contain tannins, which may be helpful in reducing swelling and the resulting pain that arthritis causes.

 

Ginger (Zingiber Officinalis) You may have ginger in your refrigerator for cooking, but this herb is also a staple in many alternative medicine cabinets. The same compounds that give ginger its strong flavor are also the same ones that have anti-inflammatory properties. The NCCAM says that early studies in reducing joint swelling with ginger in RA are promising.

 

Green Tea (Camellia sinensis)  Green tea is one of the most popular beverages in the world, and has even been used to reduce inflammation in the body. It is possible that green tea can be used to treat arthritis inflammation in the form of beverages, tablets, or tinctures. The NCCAM found in a 2010 study that green tea might help both osteoarthritis and RA patients.  (NCCAM: National Center for Complementary and Integrative Health)

 

Licorice (Glycyrrhiza Glabra) Licorice is found to act like cortisone but without the latter's common side effects. Repeated scientific evidence shows the phytochemicals contained in this herb have anti-inflammatory and anti-arthritic characteristics. Licorice has also been demonstrated to inhibit enzyme production responsible for inflammation causing arthritis.

 

Nettle (Urtica Dioica)  For decades, nettle has been one of the most potent herbal home treatments for arthritis. Until today, it is still used to treat anemia, gout, eczema, enlarged prostate, urinary tract infections, hay fever, strains, sprains, insect bites, tendonitis, joint pain, painful muscles and of course, arthritis.

Some studies claimed that topical application of nettle leaf onto the painful area significantly helps in reducing the intensity of pain experienced by the sufferer. According to research, this herb has fine hairs that release irritating chemicals once they come in contact with the skin. Normally, the hair is painful to touch but it actually reduces the pain when it reaches the skin. Scientists believe that nettles actually reduce the amount of inflammatory substances in the body, and interfere in the transmission of pain signals.

One study revealed that the use of nettle extract inhibits the growth of dendritic cells, but not totally eradicates them. These cells play major roles in the development of rheumatoid arthritis. Stinging nettle also works by reducing the amount of protein genes that are associated with the occurrence of rheumatoid arthritis.

 

Nutmeg (Myristica fragrans) Nutmeg can be used not just as an ingredient in foods or drinks that will alleviate symptoms of arthritis, but can be applied directly on the inflamed muscles to relax the given joint or tendon. Nutmeg contains the same nutrient as cinnamon.

 

Tumeric (Curcuma Longa)  Used in cooking to make curry, turmeric is a yellow powder made from the related flowering plant. Some people consider this herb to be a miracle herb that helps all sorts of conditions. If taking orally, it is best to take it with black pepper for better absorption. Lab studies on rats have also found that this herb may slow the progression of rheumatoid arthritis.

 

Willow Bark (Salix Alba) Willow bark is one of the longest-used herbs in treating inflammation. In fact, patients during Hippocrates’ time chewed on willow bark to help treat inflammatory conditions. UMMC reports that the herb shows promise in relieving osteoarthritis-related joint pain, particularly in the knees, back, hips, and neck.

 

Germall plus (diazolidinyl Urea, 3-Iodo-2-propylbutylcarbarmate) less than one percent. Vegetable derived. Proven Safe and effective.  Paraben Free.

 

Natural Essential Oils (lavender and blood orange)

 

pH neutral (pH 7) Why is this important? Practically every skin care product on the market is acidic. We believe a lot of people are suffering with an overuse syndrome of too much acid. Nature loves neutral. Ask any experienced gardener how hard it is to grow vegetables in acidic soil. Your blood is neutral. Most of your body is. This whole story of the 'acid mantle' is unverifiable.

 

These statements have not been evaluated by the food and drug administration. This product is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure or prevent disease.

Warning: For External Use Only! Do Not Use: On wounds or damaged skin, or with a heating pad, or children 12 years of age with arthritic conditions. Ask a physician before use if you have redness over the affected area. When using this product avoid contact with eyes and mucus membranes and do not bandage tightly. Stop use and ask a physician if: Condition worsens or symptoms persist for over 7 days, Symptoms clear up and occur again within a few days, excessive skin irritation occurs. If pregnant or breast feeding, ask health professional before use. Keep out of reach of children.
Massage into affected areas. Wait until absorbed before dressing.

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Average Rating: 5 5 of 5 Stars!


NamePriceQty
Herbal Deep Muscle and Joint Relief $22.99






Current Reviews: 1 Average Rating: 5 5 of 5 Stars!


by Phyllis from Evansville
Date Added: 09/30/2016
WOW...feeling is believing when it comes to this product! I bought one for my mom first to try. She has countless ailments which I won't get into, but thought it was worth a try. Now I have orders at least four more of them. I have used for neck pain and it's almost miraculous...my mom uses this on knees, hips, and back. I have to say it again, WOW! Recommended item for sure!!!

Rating: 5 of 5 Stars [5 of 5 Stars]



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