Topical Gel - Icy & Hot Relief
Arthritis + Cannabidiol = Arthridiol (ar-thri-dye-ol)
Soothe sore muscles and tension. Arthridiol Topical Gel combines Menthol, warming capsaicin, and cannabidiol to relieve minor muscle pain and joint stiffness. Gently massage the lightweight gel onto your skin for targeted relief from sports-related injuries and everyday discomfort.
Menthol has a cooling sensation that dulls pain receptors while CBD works to relieve inflammation and speed up recovery. The gel is infused with 20+ herbal extracts and essential oils that enhance the effectiveness of active pain-relieving ingredients. Enjoy icy-hot relief with lasting benefits in a fast-absorbing aloe leaf gel.
- Soothing organic aloe leaf juice
- Icy-hot menthol & cayenne pepper extract
- Pain-relieving menthol, capsaicin & camphor
INGREDIENTS: Organic Aloe Leaf Juice, Meadowfoam Seed Oil, Menthol Crystals, Capsicum Fruit Oleoresin, White Camphor Bark Oil, Sweet Basil Leaf Oil, Black Pepper Oil, Cannabidiol, Roman Chamomile Flower Oil, German Chamomile Flower Oil, Cinnamon Leaf Oil, Citronella Oil, Eucalyptus Leaf Oil, Helichrysum Flower Oil, Ginger Root Oil, Pink Grapefruit Peel Oil, Juniper Berry Oil, Lemongrass Oil, Peppermint Oil, Pine Needle Oil, Ravensara Oil, Rosemary Leaf Oil, Spearmint Oil, Wild Oregano Oil, Glycerin, Witch Hazel Water, Organic Alcohol, Phenoxyethanol, Carbomer, Triethanolamine, Tetrasodium Glutamate Diacetate
Soothing, refreshing menthol provides relief to the skin, joints and muscles delivered in the form of a cooling sensation! It has been shown to decrease discomfort more effectively than an alternative treatment like ice. Menthol is derived from natural mint extracts. In addition to providing temporary relief for things like muscle strains or arthritis pain, it also delivers a fresh, pleasant scent that is much more palatable than the odors packed into common artificial pain-relief ointments.
Capsaicin is most famous for being one of the active compounds found in chili peppers. When used in topical ointments, it can cause the body to activate nerve cells. This process helps to alter pain messengers in the body. What's more, routine application of ointments containing capsaicin can deplete the efficacy of pain messengers to allow for fewer pain signals to be transmitted by nerve fibers!
Aromatic camphor oil is a common ingredient in balms and vapor rubs due its potent anti-inflammatory properties. It is believed to assist in the treatment of muscle pain and aches while simultaneously improving circulation. One recent piece of research also suggests that camphor oil is effective at reducing muscle and back pain on a long-term basis.
Based on consumer reviews CBD is noticed to have anti-inflammatory and pain relieving effects which may offer an alternative option for those living with chronic pain and relying on prescription medications.
BASIL LEAF OIL
Basil leaf oil is known for its ability to stimulate the nervous system in a way that may help to speed up pain reduction and healing. Also, it is useful as an ingredient in a topical product due to its antibacterial properties. This is so important any time you're applying creams and ointments to exposed skin.
BLACK PEPPER OIL
Black pepper oil feels fantastic on the skin because it creates a warming sensation. Using it topically is a great way to bring natural "heat" to your skin. Black pepper oil is also thought to have anti-inflammatory properties that help to treat underlying causes of pain.
ROMAN CHAMOMILE OIL
Roman chamomile is commonly associated with calm and relaxation. It can undoubtedly have a "calming" effect on the skin when applied topically in combination with pain-relieving ingredients. Chamomile's ability to treat inflammation, irritation and infections makes it an essential ingredient for any topical pain-relief cream or ointment.
CINNAMON LEAF OIL
Cinnamon oil is one of the oldest spices in human history. It is heavily featured in ancient medicine as a treatment for everything from aches and pains to emotional distress. Cinnamon may have been as valuable as gold in antiquity! The secret to cinnamon leaf's ability to help with bodily pain has to do with its ability to dilate blood vessels in a way that helps to reduce inflammation.
Eucalyptus oil is thought to be particularly useful for relieving joint pain naturally. People worldwide use topical applications of eucalyptus oil to relieve pain stemming from conditions like rheumatoid arthritis and osteoarthritis. It is an antioxidant-rich, anti-inflammatory ingredient that may bring quick relief for pain, tension, and swelling. It is even touted by researchers as a potential intervention for pain following total knee replacement (TKR) surgery.
Peppermint oil has an immediate cooling effect that brings nearly instant relief for muscle aches. In addition, it has antispasmodic and anti-inflammatory properties that help to treat underlying causes of pain and discomfort. Peppermint oil also has a pleasant, relaxing scent!
Rosemary oil's effectiveness in treating pain has to do with its ability to stimulate blood circulation. It is thought to be highly effective when it comes to soothing things like severe joint pain and sprains. Also, it is effective at treating musculoskeletal pain when applied topically.
Topical Gel - Icy & Hot Relief