Warming Pain Rub | Cayenne, Arnica, Comfrey, Clove, Peppermint, Camphor | Pain Salve | All natural Pain Relief | Muscle Joint Pain Relief

  • $12.97

NEW! Warming Pain Rub / Salve to relieve muscle aches and pains as well as joint pain and inflammation.

Main Ingredients are Cayenne Pepper, Comfrey, and Arnica - each with long histories of providing lasting pain relief.

Cayenne boosts the immune system, improves circulation, it has been used treat herpes, shingles and rheumatism and will even stop bleeding from a cut or wound!

Cayenne is famous for reducing many types of pain. It works by effecting your nervous system, by blocking pain signals in the body.

When cayenne is used topically it can relieve many different types of pain, from diabetic neuro-pathy, shingles, migraine headaches, back aches, arthritis, menstrual cramps and bruises.

Arnica is great for bruises, sprains, soreness, and swelling and for the relief of arthritis, muscle, and joint pain. It comes as tinctures, creams, salves, ointments, gels and oils, all for topical use.

Comfrey is typically used as a topical herbal remedy for painful muscle and joint conditions, such as low back pain, osteoarthritis, and sprains. It's also used in alternative medicine for the following problems: Bruises
Fractures, Gout, Rheumatoid arthritis, Sprains and strains, & Wounds.

Ingredients: Apricot Kernel Oil, Olive Oil, Cayenne, Ginger, Comfrey, Arnica, Clove, Peppermint, Black Pepper, Sage, Camphor, Cassia, Oregano, Cajeput, Coapiba, Juniper Berry, carnauba and beeswax.

2 oz metal tin

ALSO Available in a Oil / Roller Ball!

For external use only. May stain clothing!

The statements presented on this site have not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration. The use of herbs for the prevention or cure of disease has not been approved by the FDA or USDA. The products offered on this web site are not intended to diagnose, treat, cure or prevent any disease. Please, use reasonable caution. I list all the ingredients here in case of allergies, but it is wise to do a patch test on your skin, just in case you have a sensitivity.