This oil is indispensable for sports people as it has extensive healing properties, body-nourishing compounds and also supports healthy circulation. It is ideal as a tonic restorative for muscles following exercise to help specifically with muscle tension and tightness. It also has a distinct cleansing aroma that can be used in respiratory blends. Blends well with: Peppermint, Eucalyptus Australiana, Basil and Cedarwood Atlas.
- Muscle Relief
With anti-inflammatory and analgesic properties, Wintergreen assists natural recovery in sore muscles and joint pain. Add 10 drops to a bath, or 10 drops to massage oil and rub into the affected areas.
Add 10 drops of Wintergreen to a compress or massage oil and apply to the affected area at least once a day, or add 10 drops of Wintergreen with 10 drops of Lavender True to the bath for a relaxing soak.
- Lower Back
To support natural recovery from sciatic type pain and cramps add 10 drops of Wintergreen and 5 drops of Peppermint to a compress or massage oil and apply to the affected area, or add 10 drops to the bath, fortified with 10 drops of Lavender true, if desired.
- Exercise Ease
Use 5-10 drops of Wintergreen in a bath at night after strenuous exercise to assist in the release of toxins and lactic acid that may have built up. Suitable for regular use by active people. (15 minutes is optimum bathtime, thereafter toxins released into bath water may be reabsorbed).
Safety: Safe if used as directed. Not suitable for use during pregnancy or on children under 12 years. If ingested, drink milk or water and seek advice. Avoid contact with eyes: flush with water. Keep out of reach of children.Please note: Therapeutic plant oils are used to support natural body process for optimum health and wellbeing. The information here is NOT meant as recommendation for cure of any medical condition or disease.
Wintergreen is a low growing plant with various species found around the world. It was traditionally used in eastern North America, but in modern times the Himalayan species has also become widely cultivated. American Indians reportedly chewed wintergreen for for respiratory support and also for treating back pain, rheumatism, fever, headaches and sore throat. Early European settlers apparently chewed it to help ward of tooth decay. Recommended for body specific issues, wintergreen is cited in modern texts as a herbal remedy for arthritis. The plant and its oil are reported to have a range of healing actions including analgesic and astringent properties which support its use for painful conditions that benefit from enhanced blood circulation, i.e. joint and muscle problems.Please note: the traditional uses listed here are for reference only and under no circumstances should they be taken as recommendations for cures or treatments for diseases or medical conditions. Therapeutic oils are used to support natural body functions and work in harmony with our body's physiology.
Gaultheria fragrantissima, plant, distilled, certified organic, Nepal
Methyl salicylate, Ethyl salicylate