I tried out a new product recently, Camellia Warm Therapy Natural Pain Relieving Gel.
It’s good for back pain, aching joints, sprains or sore muscles. I tried it on my neck, back, knee and even on my right wrist and shoulder and it really did help me with fibromyalgia pain and the problem areas of my right shoulder, arm and wrist. It also helped minimize the discomfort in my left knee.
Camellia Gel comes in an 8 oz. jar and you get quite a lot and really don’t need to use much, so this jar will last me for some time. When I have a flare-up of some sort, it’s great to reach for it. It’s a white jellolike substance and it does absorb very quickly and is non-greasy. It doesn’t stain.
I do have to say that at first it has a strong smell. This is from the camphor and menthol. There is also aloe vera, capsaicin, grapefruit seed extract, green tea and orange peel extract. After about 10 minutes, the smell does fade and doesn’t seem to linger and it’s then that I smell the hint of citrus which is pleasant. Just make sure to wash your hands and don’t rub your eyes until you have.
So, if menthol smells don’t bother you, then here is the good part. It goes on cool. This is the camphor, menthol and aloe vera working to calm inflamed or swollen muscles, tendons or joints.
Soon, it becomes warming (not too hot, just comforting) and this is the capsaicin (the heat found in chili peppers). This helps by penetrating into the tissues to help with healing and relax stiff or cramped muscles.
My doctor has told me many times to use both heat and cold therapy and I like that this is a convenient way to do that. It has helped minimize my pain and allowed me more mobility. I hate being slowed down when I’m always trying to do so much.
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