This ointment helps with sore muscles..
I try not to take pills and with having multiple sclerosis I have a lot of
muscle pain,especially my legs. So I've research different natural things and
this works the best.
I used to make one with coconut oil and even though it helped, I found it
So I found using cocoa butter not only does it have a lot of benefits but it
absorbs into your skin and makes it feel soft not oily.
You don't have to have m.s. others like to rub it on their neck for the pain
from being on a computer all day. Some say it helps with their dry itchy skin.
I added Lavender Essential Oil for all the benefits especially to help your
It's made with 66% Organic Hemp Seed Oil
It has ingredients you can feel good about.
Organic Hemp Seed Oil-
Hemp oil is full of fatty acids, such as linoleic, a-linoleic, and oleic fatty
acids. Fatty acids are known for helping with things like oxidation and
inflammation, which can lead to a host of problems for your skin, including
redness and aging. One published review suggested that hemp oil may offer a
list of advantages to help with things like:
inflammatory skin conditions
Hemp seed oil is also useful in treating other skin conditions, such as cradle
cap, psoriasis, and acne. In addition, hemp seed oil strengthens the skin and
makes it better able to resist infection.
Hemp seed oil’s anti-inflammatory properties help to reduce pain. You can
apply hemp seed oil directly to the painful area for natural pain relief.
Gamma-linoleic acid (GLA) present in hemp seed oil has been shown to reduce
inflammation. A review of studies suggests that natural herbs rich in GLA are
effective in relieving symptoms of inflammatory conditions, such as irritable
bowel syndrome (IBS), rheumatoid arthritis (RA), and multiple sclerosis (MS).
1. Boosting skin health
Many skin care products contain cocoa butter, including moisturizers and
anti-aging creams. These products claim to have several benefits for skin
health, such as alleviating dry skin and improving skin elasticity.
Cocoa contains several antioxidants called polyphenols, which are a group of
plant-derived chemicals with a range of potential health benefits. These
polyphenols may have benefits for good skin health, such as reducing
inflammation and protecting the skin from sun damage.
These polyphenols are primarily in cocoa powder, not necessarily in cocoa
Despite being an active ingredient in many skin care products, there is little
direct evidence that cocoa butter effectively improves skin health.
One cell studyTrusted Source suggests that cocoa polyphenols improved skin
elasticity and skin aging and suggested that cocoa butter may enhance these
effects. However, this was a small-scale study, and scientists need to carry
out more research before they know the exact effects of cocoa butter on the
2. Moisturizing the skin
Cocoa butter is a core ingredient in many skin moisturizers. Some people use
pure cocoa butter to help relieve dry skin.
Like other natural moisturizers, such as coconut oil, cocoa butter is mostly
made up of fatty acids. These fats may help form a protective layer on the
skin, preventing moisture from escaping, and therefore stopping the skin from
Some people also use cocoa butter to relieve skin dryness from common skin
conditions, such as eczema and psoriasis. While this works for some people,
there is no scientific evidence that it will work for everyone.
#01: Fights acne and eczema
#02: Treats acne scars
#03: Relieves skin irritation
#04: Evens skin tone
#05: Moisturises skin
Lavender Essential Oil-
is one of the most popular and versatile essential oils used in aromatherapy.
Distilled from the plant Lavandula angustifolia, the oil promotes relaxation
and believed to treat anxiety, fungal infections, allergies, depression,
insomnia, eczema, nausea, and menstrual cramps.
In essential oil practices, lavender is a multipurpose oil. It is purported to
have anti-inflammatory, antifungal, antidepressant, antiseptic, antibacterial
and antimicrobial properties, as well as antispasmodic, analgesic, detoxifying,
hypotensive, and sedative effects
REUSE YOUR PLASTIC JAR WHEN YOUR DONE!
There are so many ways to reuse your jar, like-
store crayons and other art supplies.
store office supplies-paper clips, rubber bands, binder clips, etc.
This is just a few!