Whether you’ve been dealing with back pain for a long time, or the pain is new to you due to trauma or exercise, back pain slows your day down and needs to be alleviated fast. But pain pills can’t offer long-term relief without side effects. So what can you do?

You need natural relief that can heal your body instead of masking symptoms. So that’s why you need our Eucalyptus Oil ShowerMist.

When Eucalyptus essential oil is of a high quality and not processed or diluted, it has anti-inflammatory and soothing properties that make it a great option when treating sore or over-exercised muscles. Eucalyptus oil can help relax stiff muscles, allowing for pain relief, a greater range of motion, and easy muscle movement.

So how can you soothe your muscle aches with Eucalyptus oil?

Here are a few ways:

How to Heal Back Pain with Eucalyptus Oil

  1. Add 3-5 drops of straight (neat) Eucalyptus oil directly onto sore muscles and slowly massage it into the skin (it’s a strong oil though, and it may be best to dilute with coconut oil first until you know how your body responds).
  2. Add 15-50 drops of Eucalyptus oil to a hot bath. Combined with the benefits of the oil, the heat of the water encourages muscles to relax and helps reduce next-day stiffness. For additional benefits, Epsom salts can be added to the water as well.
  3. The easiest and best option is to get our Eucalyptus Oil ShowerMist, spraying it into the hot steam of your shower, or even into the warmth of a sauna or steam room.

Remember, the body has an amazing ability to heal itself when supported well through lifestyle and proper health habits. Pain in the body is also a sign of something else going on, so dealing with the root cause naturally can help you find long-term relief.

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