Essential Oil Blend Pain Away

Wonder How You Can Ease the Pain?

Essentially Good For You

Here’s a chart to help you understand essential oils that can be used for pain and inflammation. If you’re using essential oils or making oil blends, then it’s good to know what to use to maximize their benefits. This helps them go from something that’s just good to use, to something that’s useful to specifically you.

This chart is meant to help point you in the right direction when using the oils or making oil blends. It doesn’t include all of the details about the oils and their other benefits. We’ll go into that type of detail later. But it will allow you to see several things at once, so you don’t have to search all over the internet trying to gather all of the information.

Simply Put

This post will help you learn:

  • The best oils to use for pain vs. inflammation
  • The four oils that can be used for pain and inflammation
  • Which oils are more effective for different pains and inflammation
  • Safety tips for some of the oils, and when not to use them
  • What the plant or herb looks like
  • Which oils are calming or stimulating


Essential Oils Inflam-Pain Chart 3


What Does That Mean?

*Stimulant– It has an invigorating effect on the body or mind.

*Sedative– It has a calming effect.

*Analgesic– Alleviates pain.

*Anti-inflammatory– Alleviates inflammation.

*Emmenagogue– This is a substance that stimulates menstrual flow when there’s a delayed menstruation.

*Phototoxic– Sensitivity to sunlight or UV rays exposure. When phototoxic oil is applied on the skin and exposed to UV light, it can have mild to severe reactions.

Pain, Pain Go Away

Muscle pain and spasms/ sprains  – lavender, thyme, helichrysum, sweet marjoram, eucalyptus, turmeric, peppermint, juniper, rosemary, german chamomile, ginger

Back pain  – lavender, peppermint, rosemary, helichrysum, ginger, thyme, chamomile, juniper, eucalyptus

PMS pain  – german chamomile, frankincense, myrrh, peppermint, yarrow, turmeric, sweet marjoram

Rheumatism  – lavender, yarrow, sweet marjoram, german chamomile, juniper, helichrysum, ginger, thyme, rosemary, peppermint, eucalyptus

Headaches  – lavender, sweet marjoram, german chamomile, frankincense, peppermint, eucalyptus, rosemary

Joint pain  – lavender, helichrysum, sweet marjoram, yarrow, german chamomile, ginger, eucalyptus, turmeric, peppermint

Nerve pain  – german chamomile, thyme, turmeric, helichrysum, yarrow

Arthritis pain  – helichrysum, yarrow, german chamomile, frankincense, ginger, thyme, rosemary, turmeric, peppermint, juniper, lavender

Skin inflammations  – sweet marjoram, german chamomile, juniper, helichrysum, myrrh


Until next time, enjoy your journey of healthy living through healthy choices.



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