Homemade Ligament and Tendon Pain Rub

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Do you have ligament or tendon pain in your wrists, elbow, shoulder, or knees? Then you MUST try this homemade ligament and tendon pain rub which is really great for calming tendonitis!

Confession time! I spend way too much time hunched over my laptop and my iPhone. I guess this is not much of a confession since you all already knew this about me! And while I love being with all of you and answering all of your questions online, it sure does take a toll on my wrists, elbow, and shoulder! I think I lovingly call my pain: iPhone thumb…or laptop elbow. Many of you probably just call it carpal tunnel or tendonitis. I really know what it is called. All I know is that this ligament and tendon pain rub I made really helps! So what’s my recipe for this blend? Read on!

Homemade Ligament and Tendon Pain Rub

Ingredients

  • 4 drops Vetiver essential oil*
  • 3 drops Copaiba essential oil*
  • 5 drops Lavender essential oil*
  • 5 drops Lemongrass essential oil*
  • 8 drops Wintergreen essential oil*
  • 30 drops carrier oil (I used sweet almond oil)

*NOTE: I buy my therapeutic grade essential oils HERE.

Directions

I remove the label from an empty essential oil bottle (using lemon oil as my ‘goo-gone’!) and then fill it with all of the essential oils from the above ingredient list. Then add the carrier oil. Place a roll-on fitment (you can order these directly from Young Living) on the top and then roll between your palms to blend the oils together gently.

Watch this video which demonstrates how to use a roll-on fitment from Young Living

I apply as needed and can feel results immediately! Why did I use these particular essential oils? They are listed in my pocket reference guide as being good options for tendon and ligament repetitive injuries. As with any recipe I post, these ingredients are a starting point for your research. Use what you have and add additional oils as you are able to acquire them.

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I am a very busy real food mama! When I am not taking care of my 5 year old, I take time to share my real food recipes on my blog, Homemade Mommy. I finds the time for homemade cooking because eating this way has truly changed my family’s life. Ditching processed food has helped us all to heal from a number of ailments including asthma, allergies, recurrent sinus infections and ADHD. I buy organic, from family farms, local and grass-fed. I am passionate about achieving vibrant health and am happy to share tips, techniques and recipes in my eBook, The Real Food Survival Guide for Busy Moms which is an excellent resource for any busy mom (or dad) who wants to cook real food for their family but is not sure how to take the plunge.

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7 Responses to Homemade Ligament and Tendon Pain Rub

  1. E.O. says:

    Congrats for being one of the winners in the YL Road to Convention and Diamond for a Day!

  2. Hannah Diane says:

    This is great! Thank you for the recipe! I can’t wait to try it!

  3. joy markman says:

    Hi Lindsey, I really enjoy your website, thanks so much. Because I live in South Africa, I don’t think I can take the course on essential oils. However, what I wanted to ask you, is what does it mean, I use lemon oil as my igoo-gone.
    I would appreciate a reply on my e-mail address thank you, Joy

  4. joy markman says:

    I am trying to sign up for the free 14 day e-course – but it says confirm your e-mail address on the next letter we send you, but I have not received that, or maybe I just don’t understand where to confirm my e-mail address.
    Please help Lindsey. Thanks Joy

  5. This is a great blend Lindsey! I appreciate your creativity. I had tendinitis early this May and used PanAway for immediate pain relief. Of course I wrote all about it at my blog. I can’t wait to expand my oil collection to try this!

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