HEADACHE SOOTHER - BALM
A soft herbal balm to help soothe away headaches.
Feel more relaxed after using our headache balm, a soft herbal infused balm crafted to relieve discomfort from headaches. For those times when you need a little extra comfort and support, a secret ally to carry with you everywhere you go, headache balm is perfect!.
Formulated with pain-reducing, Kava, Pepper, Capsaicin, and Rosemary infused oils.
- Gently relieves headaches
- Gently relieves throbbing
- Improves microcirculation
- Made in New Zealand
- Natural ingredients
A thoughtfully crafted natural headache balm, carefully selected ingredients reduce the pain activation process involved with headaches. We have found this formulation to be very beneficial to calm and relieve mild headaches, freeing you to move about the day in a more relaxed state of mind.
Crafted & manufactured in New Zealand by local Medical Herbalist's from Okere Falls.
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HEADACHE BALM USAGE -
Headache Balm - formulated to relieve headaches, our selected ingredients have pain-relieving and anti-inflammatory actions. Black pepper has enzymes that reduce inflammation and swelling, and cayenne pepper contains a substance that reduces pain transmitters, which signal pain to the brain. Kava reduces muscle and nerve tension, rosemary helps improve microcirculation, and has a lovely refreshing scent.
NOT SUITABLE FOR CHILDREN UNDER 12 YEARS OF AGE.
Apply to the veins on the wrist, temples, neck and forehead, then inhale the scent.
Kava, *Olive oil, Rosemary oil, *Beeswax, *Black pepper, Capsaicin.
WHY DO YOU RECOMMEND APPLYING THE BALMS TO THE TEMPLES, NECK AND WRISTS?
By applying the balms to the veins located on the temples, neck, and wrists, we utilize the most efficient transport system in the body, the bloodstream. We can then trace the blood to a powerful cardio pump ( the heart) that pumps the blood with force throughout the body. This method of delivery achieves rapid, maximum absorption of the herbal compounds in the product.You will also be bypassing the liver, which can reduce the availability of the plant compounds.