Muscle and Rescue Gel

Peaceful Mountain Muscle and Rescue Gel

Natural herbal gel for tense or over-worked muscles.

Traditionally, the herbs in Muscle Rescue have been used to relax muscles and allow for the release of tension and blockage so that proper flow can clear the residuals from over use. They have been used for their analgesic and muscle fiber mending qualities to relieve pain and ensure sound repair. This water-based gel absorbs quickly into the skin, is non-greasy, unscented, paraben-free and will not stain clothes.

Ingredients:

comfrey*, arnica, white willow*, witch hazel**, aloe, potassium sorbate, originox, Vitamin C, Vitamin E, water, carbomer (less than 1%)
(*certified organic | **certified wild-crafted)

What is muscle strain?

Muscles are bunches of fibers that contract and release. Muscle strain occurs during periods when the muscles contract forcefully. The muscle becomes strained because it is not stretched properly before the activity; the muscle has already been injured; or because it is too weak. Because of this, many muscle sprains happen during physical exercise, sports activities or while lifting heavy objects.

A muscle sprain usually results in pain and difficulty moving. A burning sensation may also be experience as well as some bruising or swelling. A strained muscle might spasm as well, contracting suddenly, causing a great deal of discomfort.

3.5 oz.
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These statements have not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration. These products are not intended to diagnose, treat, cure, or prevent any disease, but rather are dietary supplements intended solely for nutritional use.

 

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