Runner's Muscle Balm
All Natural • Unrefined • Cruelty-Free
We've packed an incredible amount of herbal power into this balm, filled with essential oils and dried herbs infused in a quick-absorbing base. Inspired by our runner friends, it works naturally to sooth aching post-run or workout muscles. As a bonus, its mild herbal fragrance is pleasant, delivering a touch of relaxing aromatherapy before dissipating.
Directions: Massage a small amount into the skin over aching or well-exercised muscles.
CONTAINS: Organic sunflower oil, beeswax, organic dried herbs (arnica, comfrey, marjoram, & St. John's Wort), organic essential oils (clove, eucalyptus, peppermint, basil, camphor wood, marjoram, myrrh, wintergreen, black pepper, ginger, & vetiver)
NOTE: This stuff is just herbs and tradition, folks, and I'm not a doctor. Our balms and butters are sold under the FDA category of 'cosmetic' -- a skin preparation with a pleasant aroma -- and not as treatment. Statements made in this listing have not been evaluated by the FDA, and are not intended to diagnose, treat, cure, or prevent any disease. Use common sense with this and any home-crafted recipes, and always check with your physician.
HOW IT'S MADE
Each hand-crafted batch of this incredible balm takes over a month to create.
First, we double sun-infuse organic sunflower oil with muscle-supporting herbs such as arnica, comfrey, marjoram, and St. John's wort, a process that takes eight weeks. Next, we combine the infused oil with a touch of beeswax, and warm it just to the melting point. Finally, we add our special mix of healing and aromatic essential oils, and pour the balm into its containers to cool and set.
Herb infusions such as our muscle balm vary naturally in color, depending on how long it has been since an herb was harvested and dried. (Newly dried herbs impart more green color than ones that have been dried several months.) As such, batches of our muscle balm range from light yellow to pale green in color; depending on the time of year. This is perfectly normal, and does not indicate a difference in the balm's qualities.
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