Essential Oil Sore Muscle Rub Homemade Recipe

Essential Oil Sore Muscle Rub Homemade Recipe is perfect for body aches are common when doing hard work on a homestead. Hard working people look for homemade natural remedies to cool and soothe their pain.

Essential Oil Sore Muscle Rub Homemade Recipe

There are many advantages of having this essential oil home remedy in particular for body aches.

~ go deep into the muscles

~ acts rapidly

~ is a powerful painkiller while feeling very cool and stimulating

~ is natural and very easy to make.

~ is placed on for sore muscles and tense areas of the body including common backaches.

This sore muscle rub is usually applied following an extensive exercise or grueling labor in working at whatever job being done.

Ingredients:

3 tablespoons of Beeswax (Buy here from Amazon to support our website) 

1/4 cup Olive oil

1/4 cup Coconut oil (Buy here from Amazon to support our website) 

25 drops Peppermint essential oil (Buy here from Amazon to support our website) 

25 drops Lemongrass essential oil (Buy here from Amazon to support our website) 

18 drops Lavender essential oil (Buy here from Amazon to support our website) 

9 drops Wintergreen essential oil (Buy here from Amazon to support our website) 

Half Pint wide mouth mason jars (Buy here from Amazon to support our website) 

First, put 3 tablespoons of beeswax in a measuring cup. Then, melt the beeswax by placing the cup inside a pot of slow gentle boiling water and simmer for 5 minutes. Next, pour one quarter of a cup each of coconut oil and olive oil with the beeswax and mix it to completely blend in. Afterwards, let the mixture cool for a few minutes. Follow this by pouring the essential oils necessary for this muscle rub remedy: 25 drops each of Peppermint and Lemongrass essential oil, 18 drops of Lavender essential oil and 9 drops of Wintergreen essential oil.

Once essential oils are stirred into the melted oil and beeswax mixture gentley pour into a small wide mouth mason jars. Use a paper towel to clean the top glass edge so you can screw the lid on once mixture has become solid and cooled. Add a label.

Be very careful not to rub your eyes with this on your hands – wash hands with soap and water thoroughly.