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Essential Oils for Muscle Pain – a Recipe to Use After your Workout

    Recipe Type - Roller Ball

Use this essential oil recipe for muscle pain after exercise.

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Ingredients

4 drops Rosemary
2 drops Eucalyptus
2 drops Lemongrass
2 drops Black Pepper
9.5 ml Carrier oil of your choice

Ingredients

Directions/Comments

Add the essential oils to a 10 ml roller bottle. Fill the rest of the bottle with carrier oil, leaving a small gap at the top. Replace the roller and lid and shake to blend.

Massage into your muscles as soon as possible after your workout, then repeat several times a day until the soreness has gone. This is a great recipe for preventing or reducing delayed onset muscle soreness.

Warnings - Do not apply Rosemary oil on or near the face of infants or young children. Rosemary oil is best avoided during pregancy. Do not apply Eucalyptus Globulus or Eucalptus Radiata to, or near, the face of infants or young children. (Eucalyptus Dives is generally considered safe for children). Lemongrass oil is best avoided during pregancy and has possible drug interactions. Lemongrass oil is best avoided by babies and young children.

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