Branwen's Botanicals' Fire Salve is a fantastic way to get the same benefits from the popular capsaicin creams without the terrible burning sensation (and hard to say ingredients) that are usually a part of those.
Substance P is a neurotransmitter that relays information and results in what we refer to as pain. Capsaicin, a major constituent of cayenne peppers, blocks this substance.
Apply to achy joints for arthritis pain, rub on low back and abdomen for relief of menstrual cramping. May also be helpful for easing pain caused by: sprains and strains, tendonitis, general discomfort
Added benefit: I discovered that the smallest amount rubbed onto my temples did wonders for a slight but nagging headache.
❦ EASE PAINFUL JOINTS, TENDONS, and MUSCLES❦
Wash hands with soap and water after using. FOR EXTERNAL USE ONLY - DO NOT GET INTO EYES - DO NOT EAT
Contains (2 ounces): 100% Certified organic and therapeutic grade essential oil of rosemary, cayenne infused olive oil, and beeswax
"Provided nearly instant relief for my perpetually sore wrist. Non-greasy and no strong odors. Absolutely love it. Thank you!" -J.T.
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