Lion Balm Muscle Rub
Our Lion Balm is a powerful, topical analgesic remedy. It gives soothing relief to muscle strains, rheumatic or arthritic pain, and aches. Does not contain petrolatum or any other petroleum based ingredients. Available in Normal and Extra Strength.
Please note that our Extra Strength Lion Balm is quite hot. It contains Capsicum (Cayenne pepper) Oleoresin. For those that are sensitive to heat we recommend that you use our Normal Lion Balm.
All natural, plant based, preservative free, synthetic free, no fillers, non GMO, no gum, and no soy.
Rub a portion into your hands and massage into skin. Do not ingest. Keep out of eyes and away from sensitive area’s. This product may stain clothing and/or skin.
Normal Strength: Camphor Essential Oil, Cajeput Essential Oil, Clove Essential Oil, Peppermint Essential Oil, Cassia Essential Oil, Menthol Crystals, Sweet Almond Oil infused with Dried Arnica (Arnica Montana) flowers, Cocoa Butter, and Beeswax.
Extra Strength: Camphor Essential Oil, Cajeput Essential Oil, Clove Essential Oil, Peppermint Essential Oil, Cassia Essential Oil, Menthol Crystals, Sweet Almond Oil infused with Dried Arnica (Arnica Montana) flowers, Capsicum Oleoresin, Cocoa Butter, and Beeswax.
I have always used many different topicals to help manage knee pain from my extremely active lifestyle, constantly trying to find one that’s better than the rest. After having ACL reconstructive surgery at the beginning of this year, I have been using even more topicals than ever for inflammation and pain relief coming out of my surgery, and as I move onward with my physical therapy and rehab. This Lion Balm is by far the best, most effective, and longest lasting topical I have used to date!! It is legit, no joke. I can put it on in the morning before I go to work, and eight hours later, I can STILL feel it working!
We love this product! It has a very strong cinnamon scent and and starts to tingle and soothe quickly when massaging the skin. You only need to use a little bit so the jar goes a very long way.
– E. Valcarcel