Leg Cramps are No Big Deal for This Essential Oil

Saro essential oil heard you sometimes have leg cramps.

It knows that you said the pain is “no big deal,” and Saro’s response is . . . neither is soothing the cramp!

Saro studied Massage in Madagascar, and it learned that easing muscle cramps is no big deal. It knows how to calm spasms, reduce inflammation, and create a sweet cooling sensation that can help muscles release tension naturally. Saro even learned to ease emotional stress that comes along with physical pain—its fresh aroma has a relaxing, uplifting effect.

For this recipe, Saro teamed up with friends that share its talents at caring for muscles. (And the Lemon and Cypress essential oils in this blend have an additional skill . . . they’re good for varicose veins!)

Leg Cramps are No Big Deal Oil

  • 1 oz (30 ml) jojoba (Simmondsia chinensis)
  • 7 drops Saro (Cinnamosma fragrans)
  • 5 drops Roman Chamomile (Chamaemelum nobile)
  • 2 drops Lemon (Citrus limon)
  • 4 drops Cypress (Cupressus sempervirens)

Make this blend in a 1 oz (30 ml) glass bottle. Combine the jojoba and essential oils, and shake gently. (So easy! Making this blend is no big deal . . . haha!)

Any time you get a leg cramp, you can Massage it with this oil to help your muscle relax. If you get leg cramps at night you can use this oil before you go to bed, and keep the bottle on your nightstand in case a cramp wakes you up.

Even though this blend is “technically” for leg cramps, you can try it on any sore muscles you have. It’s helpful for tight shoulders, necks that don’t want to turn, or anytime you overdo it a little at the gym and feel achy and sore.

If your leg pain shows up more in your knees than your muscles (or both!), I have a Knee Pain Gel that I think you will really like. You can find it here on YouTube.

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