This morning’s episode on The Mouth is about joint pain relief in hands and fingers. So if you’ve been looking for anything like joint pain in hands, joint pain in fingers, joint pain relief oils, essential oils for arthritis, joint pain home remedies, joint pain home treatment, essential oils for pain relief, or anything else in the same category, then this essential oil blend below that I used might work for you, too.
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Essential Oil Blend for Joint Pain Relief Included:
This is what I started out with, but will reduce the number of drops for each down to 3-5 for each one with the exception of the oregano oil from today going forward; just because I feel that’s what I need to do. Follow your own intuition.
+7 drops of Oregano Essential Oil
+7 drops of Tea Tree Essential Oil
+7 drops of Eucalyptus Essential Oil
+5 drops of Frankincense Essential Oil
+2 drops of Clove Essential Oil
+7 drops of Lavender Essential Oil
+1 dime size amount of Coconut Oil (as the carrier oil)
I rubbed into my hand starting with where the pain started and kneaded it into my fingers and hands as if kneading dough. And I noticed pain relief pretty immediate, but it was not 100%. The next day, I started to apply the blend before going to sleep and continue to do that. As of now I am able to ball a fist and open a bottle of juice with very little pain, which is something I was not able to do when the joint pain started. I will likely provide an update at some point to the healing process.
Keep in mind, that there is no guarantee that what works for me will work for you. Our bodies are likely to be different. But at very least, I can share what worked for me. Always follow your intuition for anything. 🙂 My video disclaimer
References for Essential Oils:
There is a world of information about essential oils and how many who practice home remedies use them for healing. Here are jus a couple of references I came across today about essential oils and oregano essential oils among others, just in case you wanted a starting point for educational/awareness purposes:
Update January 2, 2017: