Well happy Labor Day weekend everyone!!! We’re back in the saddle after a brief power outage that kept us from the computer for most of the week. But never fear, we’re BACK!
In honor of our hard working friends, family, and selves I’m going to share about the amazing pain busting essential oil blend called PanAway!
PanAway is actually my husband’s favorite essential oil blend because he works an incredibly physical job and comes home with muscle and joint aches on a daily basis. He applies the PanAway on location and it helps him to be able to relax and lose the pain from the day. In fact, this is the oil that convinced HIM of how well the oils work!
I also have lingering trouble from a bout with Carpal Tunnel Syndrome and occasionally re-aggravate the wrist. In fact the last time I did so the pain was intense, to the point of being around a 9 on a 10 point pain scale. At that time PanAway wasn’t one that I personally used very often, so I wasn’t sure how it would work, but I grabbed it and applied a few drops on my wrist. Within just a minute or so the pain was 100% gone! Since then I routinely use this blend for pain and inflammation whenever I experience it.
I also use it now on tight muscles, headaches, and body aches from colds and flus.
PanAway is a blend of several very powerful and effective oils that target pain and inflammation:
Wintergreen (Gaultheria procumbens) essential oil contains natural Methyl Salicylate, a compound found in many over the counter topical pain creams.
Helichrysum (Helichrysum italicum), an essential oil known for its restorative properties.
Clove Bud (Eugenia caryophyllus), an essential oil know for its numbing properties.
Peppermint (Mentha piperita) essential oil contains naturally occurring menthol, a compound often found in muscle rubs and creams targeting soreness and inflammation.
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This is a personal testimony and is not designed or intended as medical advice, and is not meant to diagnose or prescribe.