InBalance Pain Management

Synergistic Oils are a specific blending of therapeutic essential oils. 

This process strengthens the oils properties to achieve the maximum potential of each oil.

As each essential oil has its own distinct and specialized property, 

the process of blending them in a precise sequence amplifies the properties attributes.

InBalance Pain Management is a synergistic blend to help alleviate point specific areas of discomfort. 

To use simply apply a small circle to the painful area and gently, but thoroughly massage into the area. 

For the knee or shoulder area, apply to the front and the back of the area, making a circle.  You may apply as often as needed.

The list below consists of the essential oils used with the traditional and historic uses.

Basil Essential Oil Traditional and Historical Uses 

  • analgesic - an agent for producing analgesia which is insensibility to pain without loss of consciousness

  • nervine - a nerve tonic that acts therapeutically upon the nerves, of a sedative that serves to calm ruffled nerves

  • anti-inflammatory - counteracting inflammation  

  • antispasmodic - capable of preventing or relieving spasms or convulsions

  • historical - respiratory problems, mental fatigue, aches and pains 

 

Clove Essential Oil Traditional and Historical Uses 

  • antispasmodic - capable of preventing or relieving spasms or convulsions

  • anti-neuralgic - capable of relieving paroxysmal nerve pain.

  • analgesic - an agent for producing analgesia which is insensibility to pain without loss of consciousness

  • anti-inflammatory - counteracting inflammation   

  • historical - infections, toothaches, pain, wound healing

 

Cypress Essential Oil Traditional and Historical Uses 

  • antispasmodic - capable of preventing or relieving spasms or convulsions

  • sedative - tending to calm, moderate, or tranquilize nervousness or excitement

  • astringent - causing contraction of soft organic tissues

  • historical - correcting loss of fluids, arthritis, circulation, pain, and spasms

 

Eucalyptus Essential Oil Traditional and Historical Uses 

  • antispasmodic - capable of preventing or relieving spasms or convulsions

  • analgesic - an agent for producing analgesia which is insensibility to pain without loss of consciousness

  • anti-inflammatory - counteracting inflammation  

  • historical - expedite healing, migraines, aches and pains, increasing energy, acne

 

Japanese Peppermint Essential Oil Traditional and Historical Uses 

  • nervine - a nerve tonic that acts therapeutically upon the nerves,  of a sedative that serves to calm ruffled nerves

  • analgesic - an agent for producing analgesia which is insensibility to pain without loss of consciousness

  • anti-inflammatory - counteracting inflammation   

  • antispasmodic - capable of preventing or relieving spasms or convulsions

  • historical - soothe digestion, headaches, shock, rheumatism 

 

Lavender Essential Oil Traditional and Historical Uses  

  • analgesic - an agent for producing analgesia which is insensibility to pain without loss of consciousness

  • anticonvulsive - used or tending to control or to prevent convulsions 

  • anti-inflamatory - counteracting inflammation  

  • antispamodic - capable of preventing or relieving spasms or convulsions

  • historical - allergies, burns, nausea, arthritis, headaches, infection, sprains, stress 

 

Lemon Balm Essential Oil Traditional and Historical Uses 

  • nervine - a nerve tonic that acts therapeutically upon the nerves,  of a sedative that serves to calm ruffled nerves

  • sedative - tending to calm, moderate, or tranquilize nervousness or excitement

  • antispasmodic -  capable of preventing or relieving spasms or convulsions 

  • historical - nervous disorders, anxiety, migraines, palpitations

 

Lemon Essential Oil Traditional and Historical Uses 

  • anti-rheumatic - pertaining to the relief of symptoms of any painful or immobilizing disorder of the musculoskeletal system.

  • analgesic - an agent for producing analgesia which is insensibility to pain without loss of consciousness 

  • historical - fight poisoning, arthritis, lower blood pressure, aches and pains, infections

 

Tea Tree Essential Oil Traditional and Historical Uses 

  • analgesic - an agent for producing analgesia which is insensibility to pain without loss of consciousness

  • anti-inflammatory - counteracting inflammation

  • historical - heal wounds, immune-builder, skin healing, viral infections  

 

The Carrier Oils:

 

Avocado Oil - Contains Vitamins A, B1, B2, B5, C, D, E, K, as well as lecithin, squalane, omega 3, omega 6, omega 9, palmitic acid.  Healing properties due to powerful antioxidant, anti-inflammatory, deeply hydrating and compatible with our sebum.

 

Fractioned Coconut Oil - Vitamin E, triglyceride, lauric acid.  Retains moisture, evens skin tone, Softens hard and dry skin, Disinfectant and anti-microbial properties.

 

Grapeseed Oil - Rich in vitamins especially Vitamin C & E it is also an antioxidant. It is a polyunsaturated fat and is 68%-76% linoleic acid (omega 6 essential fatty acid) which is important for healthy skin and  for cellular membranes. Good for all skin types and is odorless.

 

Sesame Seed Oil - A natural source of vitamin A, vitamin B, vitamin E, calcium, and magnesium. Also a good source of natural antioxidants due to the high content of vitamin C.

 

Almond Oil - Contains Vitamins A, B1, B2, B6, D, E, as well as calcium, iron, magnesium, omega3, omega 6, omega 9, and zinc. An antioxidant, Almond Oil aids in keeping the proper moisture balance of the skin. 

 

Sunflower Oil - Vitamins A, B, D, E, K, omega 6, omega 9, squalane, lecithin, zinc.  Easily absorbed adding a nice protective layer to assist in retaining moisture. 

 

Squalane - Vitamin A.  98% pure olive oil, an antioxidant that is deeply moisturizing.  Repairing, moisture retention and prevents age spots.  Antimicrobial.

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