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We feel pain for many reasons, like tension, excessive physical activities, or even because of sedentarism.
To help alleviate your post-workout discomforts or the pains of bad posture, you will learn how to make a ginger ointment for muscle aches.
Did you know that this is possible?
But, before teaching you how to make the recipe, let’s understand why and how these ingredients work:
Coconut oil works as a carrier oil to dilute the essential oils and other ingredients to make it easy to apply the ointment.
The recipe uses beeswax because of its powerful natural anti-inflammatory properties. You can find it online or in natural health stores.
And what about ginger? We have a video about its benefits, click on the suggested video if you want to learn more.
Ginger alleviates pain thanks to its anti-inflammatory properties. It also fights degenerative diseases, such as osteoarthritis.
Cayenne pepper also has properties that lessen the pain, which is why it is part of our recipe. This pepper also fights arthritis and backaches.
Lavender oil treats migraines and headaches thanks to its anti-inflammatory properties, as we saw in a recent video. Peppermint oil relaxes the muscles.
This combination is just perfect!
Now that we know the roles of every ingredient, let’s see how to make the ointment!
Use this ointment whenever you have muscle or joint pains.
But remember: do not ingest, do not apply on your face, do not apply over open cuts or wounds.
Try it and share your opinions with us.
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