Natural Fast Relief for Hip and Sciatica Pain is Finally Here

Natural Fast Relief for Hip and Sciatica Pain is Finally Here

If you’ve ever suffered from hip or sciatica pain, you know that once it shows up, it’s a hard pain to tame. Every step hurts and even sleeping is painful. They say that relaxation is the number one way to overcome and get rid of pain. But how can you relax when you’re in so much pain? Tricky question, but I’ve got a real solution for you that’s natural, and works faster than you may belief.

The first thing you want to do is to get in the most relaxing situation you can. Think beyond the pain and think about what relaxes you. Hot tubs? Baths? Saunas? Shoulder massage? Happy movies? Beautiful music? Next, eliminate stressors from your schedule for the next few days. Give yourself time and room to release the pain. Start there because a stressed mind, determined to solve a seemingly impossible problem will only stress the body further.

Once you’ve created a more relaxing environment for yourself, it’s time to get proactive.

Since Sciatica may actually become worse with touch therapies, one way to effectively ease the pain is through the use of essential oils. This can be done through aromatherapy or by applying a mixture of essential oils with a carrier, such as almond, olive or jojoba oil to the painful area. Essential oils can also be used in a hot compress applied to the painful area.

Some oils that are commonly recommended, include:

German Chamomile

German chamomile is a powerful anti-inflammatory. It also helps to stimulate the production of red blood cells. In addition to being known for its sedative properties, German chamomile also acts as an anti-spasmatic and analgesic (pain reliever).

Cypress Oil

Cypress oil comes from the leaves (needles) and cones of the Mediterranean Cypress trees of Europe. It is used for stimulating blood circulation and is a powerful astringent. Like German chamomile and sweet Marjoram it is also an anti-spasmatic and often used to relieve the cramps, sprains and strains of athletic injuries as well as the pain of rheumatoid arthritis.

Eucalyptus Oil

In addition to its uses as a decongestant and germicide, Eucalyptus is an effective analgesic. It also has been found to have a stimulating effect on the mind.
You can keep it simple by creating a spray from essential oils or by using EuroSpa Aromatics’ Eucalyptus Oil Shower Spray in the steam of your shower, steam room or sauna.

Steam is a great way to absorb the oils as it penetrates the pores and can travel internally via the respiratory system.

Adding essential oils to your self care is a great way to support your body in its own healing. At EuroSpa Aromatics, we’re happy to be a part of the journey!

How to Relieve Your Back Pain And Ditch the Pain Pills Forever

Back pain is no joke. It can really limit what we’re free to experience in life and discourage our spirits. Medication has its place, but it doesn’t mean we need it for every tense muscle or pinched nerve. Menthol and eucalyptus products have lots of benefits to provide for back and muscle pain. So, we want to share with you some simple ways to experience relief naturally, without the pain pills.

3 Ways to Use Eucalyptus for Back Pain Relief

  1. Add 3-5 drops of straight eucalyptus oil directly onto sore muscles. Slowly massage into 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 option—and our favorite—is to get our top-grade Pure Eucalyptus Oil ShowerMist and simply spray it into the hot steam of your shower, or the warmth of any sauna/steam room. You’ll not only enjoy the relaxation in your muscles, but you’ll be breathing in the anti-inflammatory properties of the eucalyptus, reducing pain caused by inflamed muscles.

Other Tips

See a Chiropractor. Sometimes the solution is far more simple than we realize. Have a chiropractor check your alignment. If your spine is off balance even in one spot, it can pinch the nearby nerves, causing muscle tension and spasms.

Get Acupuncture. Doctors agree that acupuncture provides relief. Your body has a system of nerve nets and pathways all over your body. These pathways can become jammed and create pain. Acupuncture needles help to clear the congestion of the nerves so they can relax.

Drink Water. Hydrated muscles are happy muscles. Dehydration can cause the muscle fibers to become sticky and stiff. Drink more water and avoid food and drinks with caffeine, sugar, processed foods, excess salt, and alcohol.

Breathe Deeper. When we breathe deeply, we send more oxygen to the muscle tissues and calm the nerves. Don’t underestimate the power of 10 deep breaths when you’re in pain.

Remember, the body has an amazing ability to heal itself when supported well through proper lifestyle and health habits. Pain in the body is also a sign of something else going on, so in addition to getting relief naturally, be sure to investigate the cause with your doctor or natural medicine practitioner.

You don’t have to take pills for back pain anymore. Take advantage of true, natural healing today.

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How to Beat Morning Muscle Stiffness Naturally

If your body wakes up sore and stiff in the morning, we want to talk to you. First of all, waking up with sore and stiff muscles should never be considered normal. If that’s normal for you, then your body is simply getting used to having a need not met. So let’s help you with your body stiffness naturally.

How? Here are the top ways to beat morning muscle stiffness:

Beat Morning Muscle Stiffness Naturally

  1. Stretch: This is the first tip because it’s so necessary. No matter how you eat and live, your muscles need to be stretched. It’s best to stretch them before bed and after you wake up.
  2. Hydrate: Muscles need water. If your muscles are dehydrated, they can’t function smoothly and will cramp up.
  3. Calcium/Magnesium: This is a supplement you should definitely look into. Calcium with magnesium feeds the muscles with what they need to grow, contract well, and relax. Take before bed to fall into a restful sleep and avoid sleep cramps.
  4. Limit Caffeine and Alcohol: Both are incredibly dehydrating to the muscles, and both deplete your body of calcium and magnesium. If you do need to have one of the above, drink extra water and boost your vitamin-mineral intake.
  5. Heat and Eucalyptus: Our Eucalyptus Oil ShowerMist is high quality, not processed or diluted, and has anti-inflammatory properties that soothe sore or stiff muscles. Eucalyptus Oil can help relax stiff muscles, allowing for pain relief and better range of motion. The best way to enjoy Eucalyptus is in the steam of a shower or in the heat of the sauna. Need tips on that? See below:
    1. Add 3-5 drops of straight Eucalyptus oil directly onto sore muscles. Slowly massage into 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 muscle relaxation and reduces next-day stiffness. For additional benefits, Epsom salts can be added to the water as well.
    3. The easiest option is to get our Eucalyptus Oil ShowerMist and simply spray it into the hot steam of your shower, or any sauna or steam room. You’ll not only enjoy the relaxation in your muscles, but you’ll also be breathing in the anti-inflammatory properties of the Eucalyptus.

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 in addition to getting relief naturally, be sure to investigate the cause with your doctor or natural medicine practitioner.

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How to Find Surprisingly Fast, Natural Relief for Back Pain

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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Get Fast Relief from Sciatica Pain With These Essential Oils

Sciatica pain is a tricky monster to calm, but there are solutions for relief that you deserve to know about. It’s frustrating to experience a pain so irritating and debilitating. Sciatica pain is quite common but it’s natural home remedies for pain relief are not so common.

It’s time to stop suffering. Get fast relief from sciatica pain with these natural remedies.

Ease Your Sciatica pain naturally with essential oils 

Since sciatica may become worse with touch therapies, one way to effectively ease the pain is through essential oils. This can be done via aromatherapy or by applying a mixture of essential oils with a carrier, such as almond, olive, or jojoba oil to the painful area. Essential oils can also be used in a hot compress applied to the painful area.

Some oils that are commonly recommended, include:

  • German Chamomile – German chamomile is a powerful anti-inflammatory. It also stimulates the production of red blood cells. In addition to its sedative properties, German chamomile also acts as an anti-spasmatic and analgesic (pain reliever).
  • Sweet Marjoram – Sweet marjoram has many of the same properties as German chamomile. It acts as an anti-spasmatic and promotes deep relaxation. It is also a powerful stimulant and should not be used during pregnancy.
  • Cypress Oil – Cypress oil comes from the leaves (needles) and cones of the Mediterranean Cypress trees of Europe. It is used for stimulating blood circulation and is a powerful astringent. Like German chamomile and sweet marjoram, it is also an anti-spasmatic and often used to relieve the cramps, sprains, and strains of athletic injuries as well as the pain of rheumatoid arthritis.
  • Eucalyptus– In addition to its uses as a decongestant and germicide, Eucalyptus is an effective analgesic. It also has been found to have a stimulating effect on the mind.

Please keep in mind, that these essential oils should not be applied directly to the skin, but added to a massage lubricant, warm water, steam, or used as a compress. For example:

  • If using as a compress, add four drops each of the German chamomile, marjoram, and cypress to about one teaspoon of massage oil, then add that mixture to a small bowl of very warm water. Use a washcloth or small towel to absorb the liquid. Wring it out and apply to the area of pain. Remove when compress becomes cool and repeat.
  • If using in a massage session, add one or more of the essential oils in the proportion of 10-15 drops of oil to one ounce of carrier oil or crème. Allow the mixture to sit and blend for two to three hours before using.
  • As a pain-relieving bath, 10 drops of essential oil can be added to warm water. Soak the body for no more than 15-20 minutes.
  • When using steam, mix 10-20 drops of oil in a 6 oz spray bottle with a little water and fractionated coconut oil, then spray into the steam. You can keep it simple by using our Eucalyptus Oil ShowerMist which you can spray directly into the steam with no hassle. Steam allows essential oils to penetrate the pores and travel internally via the respiratory system.

Always remember to use high-quality essential oils for therapeutic use. Adding essential oils to your self-care is a great way to support your body in its own healing.

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