Aromatherapy for Peripheral Neuropathy
Peripheral Neuropathy starts in the brain and spinal cord. The condition occurs when these nerves connected to the brain and spinal cord is damaged, resulting in tingling, pain and impairment of muscle movement n the limbs. This condition of peripheral neuropathy is common in people over 55, often related to repetitive motion, such as carpel tunnel. The arms and legs experience neuropathy from injury; aging; diabetes and chemotherapy. Topical application of essential oil blends have been used to advance neuronal healing for centuries and increase circulation.
Applied 3x daily where it hurts.
Stop Hurting Lotion— Relieves joint and muscular pain. Clinically used for arthritis, injuries, and rehabilitation.
Circulation Booster Body Lotion— clinically used for swelling, fluid retention, increased circulation, neuropathy, rheumatoid arthritis.
Lymph Flow Massage— Massage into arms, shoulders, back, and feet to increase circulation, reduce neuropathy, pain that moves (rheumatic), remove lymphatic toxins.
Stop Suffering – Reduces symptoms of chronic and acute pain, neuralgia, and inflammation. Used in pain clinics and hospitals for neuropathy, sickle cell anemia symptoms, joint pain, rheumatoid arthritis, shingles, and autoimmune symptoms.