Rosemary oil rub for arthritis, aches and pains

Updated: May 30, 2019

This oil is helpful for muscle aches, sciatica, neuralgia, torn ligaments and rheumatoid arthritis if applied regularly.


When Rosemary is rubbed externally it causes a reaction that is referred to as “rubefacient”. This action describes a slight irritation to the skin that causes superficial inflammation in order to relieve deeper inflammation of muscles, joints and ligaments.


Essential oils from Rosemary are analgesic, which means that they reduce pain.

Instructions


» Use 4 tablespoons of a base oil (for example, Olive oil).

» Add 8 drops of Rosemary essential oil, 8 drops of lavender essential oil

» Mix and store in a dark brown container.

» Apply morning and evening.

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