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Spring will be here soon (so they say!)  Many of us will be heading outside to train, exercise, and enjoy the outdoors.  Whether it be while hiking, running ,or biking, there’s a good chance that achy, sore muscles will set in after activity.  Especially if you have fallen out of shape over the winter. The Stick, Pan Away Young Living Essential Oil, and  are 3 necessities that are MUST HAVES in order to help relieve muscles that have been overworked.

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1. The Stick

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Described as a “toothbrush for muscles”, it  disperses the effects of lactic acid in the muscles. The Stick is used to compress and stretch muscles, ironing out knots in the muscles. It is highly effective in the treatment of muscle pain and trigger points.  It dramatically improves strength, flexibility and endurance, while accelerating muscle recovery.  If you use your muscles, you NEED The Stick!

2.  PanAway -Young Living Essential Oil

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PanAway is one of the most effective blends of essential oils that aids in relieving the aches and pains associated with exercise or overuse of muscles.  When you massage this oil into your sore muscles, you are helping to release the lactic acid in the muscles to aid in recovery,  Wintergreen, clove, helichrsum, and peppermint are the perfect blend to help soothe sore muscles.  In addition to massaging the oils in to muscles, you can make a rice heating pad, using the oil to scent the rice, and offer even more comfort. For directions, click here.  To find out how to order Young Living Essential Oils, click here.

3.  The Stretch Out Strap

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The Stretch Out Strap is SO helpful to use for stretching without a partner. The multiple loops allow deep, gradual stretching of major muscle groups with greater safety, control and effectiveness than is possible unaided. The Strap came with the STRETCH OUT Strap Guide, which features over 30 stretches emphasizing contract-relax techniques. A good stretch will make everything feel better!

 

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4 Comments on Relieve Sore Muscles (Naturally)

  1. Thanks for sharing- great things to try! I’m “into” essential oils so I’ll have to purchase this one. I’m assuming it needs a carrier oil?

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