Home Remedies for Muscle Pain

Home Remedies for Muscle Pain.

1.A few leaves of rosemary can help reduce swelling in strained muscles. Use either fresh or dried leaves; fresh has more of the volatile oils, or use Rosemary Essential Oil. The herb has four anti-inflammatory properties, which can help calm inflamed muscle tissue and speed healing. Because rosemary is easily absorbed through the skin, placing a cloth soaked with a rosemary wash, or use 10 to 12 drops of Rosemary Essential Oil added to one-ounce of water, will help ease the pain. Here’s how to make rosemary wash: Put 1 ounce rosemary leaves in a 1-pint jar and fill the jar with boiling water. Cover and let stand for 30 minutes. Apply the wash to the area two or three times a day.

Stretch it, squeeze it, chill it — these are just a few of the home remedies to use for muscle aches and pains. Even better, bone up on the preventative tips suggested in this article, and you’ll avoid muscle pain altogether.

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  1. My son was recently diagnosed with Vitiligo – a skin disease that causes de-pigmentation of the skin. Doctors say there is no cure and not much available in the way of treatment. Are you aware of any natural herbal remedies for this skin condition?


    1. After doing some research on Vitiligo and essential oils, I would recommend a blend of 1 ounce Jojoba Oil, 9 drops Bergamot, 9 drops Frankincense, 9 drops Lavender, 9 drops Tea Tree, and 9 drops Ylang-Ylang. Swirl gently to ensure all oils are well mixed before each use.
      This blend can be used in the bath (10 to 15 drops), once a day, and soak for at least 20 minutes.
      The blend can also be used externally. Rub (3 to 5 drops) on affected area at least twice a day.
      I hope this helps.


      1. Thank you so much for taking the time to research Vitiligo and for providing a “recipe” which I plan to follow and give to my son. He has to be very careful in the sun as the affected areas burn rather quickly even with a strong sunscreen. Will the oils help to protect from the sun, or should they be applied nightly?


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