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A highly-effective pain relieving agent long used by Australian aborigines to treat bone, muscle and joint disorders. Promotes wound healing and anti-inflammatory properties to injured area, while greatly contributing to skin health as it is non-irritating, highly moisturizing and nurturing to the skin.
Professional sports trainers and players recognize the benefits of emu oil and use it for sprains, pulled muscles, and sore joints as it contains high levels of linolenic acid - a substance known to ease joint pain - and oleic acid, a substance that has local anti-inflammatory effect on dermal tissue, and can induce a long lasting state of pain relief in the local area.
An essential oil favored for its antiseptic, sedative, anti-neuralgic, anti-inflammatory, and disinfectant properties. Readily absorbed through the skin, this agent produces cooling effect similar to that of menthol that helps the body and mind relax, all while acting as a slight local anesthetic and antimicrobial substance.
Methyl Salicylate (Oil of wintergreens)
Wintergreen oil has long been used as a topical application to treat aches and pains. It is a rubefacient known to cause dilation of the capillaries and increase blood circulation; blocks chemicals in the body that cause pain. Contains analgesic and antiseptic properties.
Highly effective for pain relief due to its ability to block the production of substance P, which is a neurotransmitter that conveys pain signals from the site of an injury to the brain. Oleoresin capsicum produces an intense burning sensation that wears off within 15 to 20 minutes.
An antiseptic herbal agent known for its “clean scent” as well as it cooling properties similar to that of Camphor applied topically to relieve joint, muscle and nerve pain; A natural fluid obtained by the distillation of resin obtained mainly from pine trees.
WARNING: Do not use MuscleMagic on open sores or rashes unless directed to do so by your doctor. Avoid getting the cream into your eyes, ears or other sensitive areas. Do not wrap bandages, towels or other cloth around areas where you have recently applied this cream.