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  • I had never used the brand before, but since I use massage oils quite frequently to treat fibromyalgia symptoms, I was happy to try a new one out
  • When I went to warm the oil for massage, I noticed the fragrance was very potent
  • The next time I decided to use the product, I added it to a carrier oil
  • I would recommend this oil as a massage oil, because of the arnica, which does help to reduce pain and create a warm sensation, stimulating the circulation


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      This small bottle of oil was given to me by a friend who picked it up while shopping. I had never used the brand before, but since I use massage oils quite frequently to treat fibromyalgia symptoms, I was happy to try a new one out. This oil is made with extra virgin olive oil, vitamin E, and sweet almond oil, and it is infused with arnica for a heat sensation, soothing calendula, St.

      John’s Wort, Ho Shou Wu, and fragranced with essential oils of lavender, rosemary, and chamomile. It can be used in many ways.

      I mostly used it for massage, but it


      can a great foot soak or pain compress. I probably should have mixed it with a carrier oil before using it for massage, because it does state that it is a concentrate.

      This may be the reason why the bottle is so small. I simply did not think about it.

      When I went to warm the oil for massage, I noticed the fragrance was very potent. It does have a wonderful smell, in which the rosemary and lavender is predominant and very natural.

      As I was enjoying the heat sensation of the warm oil with the arnica, I soon realized it was a little ...


      • warmer than it should be. I got up to wash the oil off, in case it was going to cause a skin reaction.

        I managed to get it off quickly and thoroughly, and thought that I had beaten the clock. My skin felt soft and not really irritated, so I breathed a sigh of relief and went on about my evening.

        The next day, I had developed a slight rash on the area where I had used the oil for massage. The next time I decided to use the product, I added it to a carrier oil.

        I used sweet almond oil,

        which is mild and not too thick. This seemed to work out well and I did not have any further reactions to it.

        I would recommend this oil as a massage oil, because of the arnica, which does help to reduce pain and create a warm sensation, stimulating the circulation. I would urge you to dilute the oil by adding another oil as a carrier, or mix the oil with a light lotion if you prefer a less oily texture.

        I would not recommend it to people with very sensitive skin, as I had a reaction, and I don’t really consider my skin to be that sensitive.




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