THE use of essential oils in aromatherapy has long been known to aid the relief of pain and inflammation often found in those living with a variety of musculoskeletal conditions such as arthritis and rheumatism.
Aromatherapy blends for client use at home, combined with complementary therapies, offers a more natural way to help ease symptoms of pain and stiffness, alongside conventional medicine.
Against that background, we are seeing growing demand for our award-winning Bowtech Ease, developed by the highly respected Ayurvedic aromatherapist, Farida Irani who has been widely recognised for her pioneering work in this area. Carefully formulated to the highest technical and ethical standards, this exclusive blend has been subjected to rigorous safety testing and continues to generate positive feedback from clients and therapists. Originally for use on troublesome bunions it was found subsequently to have similarly impressive results on other parts of the body.
Natural, safe and effective, Bowtech Ease combines pure base carrier oils with essential oils known for their anti-inflammatory, analgesic and pain-relieving properties. These include cinnamon leaf, peppermint, black pepper, eucalyptus, camphor, ginger, kunzea and lemongrass with the Indian oils of ashwagandha and sesame.
Recently my attention was drawn to a well-informed article * in International Therapist, the magazine of the Federation of Holistic Therapists, reinforcing the benefits of many of these individual oils to help support those with joint pain. For more information and user testimonials please look at our website or give me a call.
*‘Joint Approaches’ by Kate Mulliss MFHT, International Therapist Issue 128