Pain-Stopping Spot Ointment

This blend uses an ingredient known as arnica concrete. This is an extract of the tarry oils from the arnica plant (it is available from Leydet Aromatics). Al uses this blend on old or new bruises, strains, arthritis, congestion and myofascial thickening. Use it like you would an analgesic cream. Keep it out of your eyes and away from mucus membranes. This stuff will warm up where it belongs and will burn where it doesn’t!

Other Recipes:

Light Summer Massage Lotion

Drying Lotion for Problem Skin

Snow Drop Lotion for Chronic Pain

Naturally Native Massage Lotion

Naturally Native Massage Oil

Glycerin Herbal Extract

Spicy Soothing Massage Oil

Al’s Favorite Base Oil 

Ingredients:

  • Al’s Favorite Base Oil
  • Arnica Concrete (see above paragraph)
  • Rubbing alcohol, Everclear or Vodka
  • Ginger
  • Cayenne
  • Geranium
  • Ylang Ylang
  • Black Pepper

1. Dilute the arnica concrete in equal parts alcohol. You can use rubbing alcohol, vodka or Everclear.
2. Add 10 drops diluted arnica concrete to Al’s Favorite Base Oil.
3. Add the following essential oils to the arnica concrete/base oil blend: 5 drops black pepper, 10 drops ginger, 10 drops cayenne, 10 drops geranium, 10 drops ylang ylang.
4. Shake well.

Use Essential Oils with Caution

Other Recipes:

Light Summer Massage Lotion

Drying Lotion for Problem Skin

Snow Drop Lotion for Chronic Pain

Naturally Native Massage Lotion

Naturally Native Massage Oil

Glycerin Herbal Extract

Spicy Soothing Massage Oil

Al’s Favorite Base Oil 

Use Essential Oils with Caution

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