lin•i•ment [ línnəmənt ]
pain-relieving liquid rub: a liquid rubbed into the skin to relieve aches or pain, e.g. one containing alcohol and camphor
As defined above, a liniment is an external application that is rubbed into the skin primarily for the purposes of pain relief — and my Cannabis Herbal Liniment recipe was created with herbal allies full of super potent anti-inflammatory + analgesic properties!
When combined into a liniment, these magical plant spirits can ::
Herbs such as…
…are all well-known for their anti-inflammatory, analgesic, sedative, antispasmodic, and anti-microbial properties.
This magical healing liniment is must-have for anyone suffering from pain!
*Use organics whenever possible. I have linked to the products I personally use and recommend.
*Herbal liniments are made in exactly the same way as a tincture. Read more about herbal tincturing here…
Apply the liniment every few minutes for an hour or two in acute instances. Otherwise, use freely until desired results are achieved.
Tips for Use
-I like to re-bottle my liniment into these roll top glass bottles for ease of use.
-By applying the liniment to the temples, back of the neck, and to the forehead it can be used as an excellent remedy for a headache.
-Apply to painful and swollen joints to relieve the symptoms of arthritis.
-Useful as a treatment for athlete’s foot. Apply frequently and saturate the affected area thoroughly.
-It also seems to be extremely effective in the treatment of acne!
-Simply apply directly onto skin and massage into sore muscles for instant relief.
Note: Naturally the results will be different for everyone. This is by no means a cure-all. I’m just happy to share with you my experience with these plants and/or oils. Please use conventional wisdom and consult with your medical professional prior to using this or any other herbal remedy. And as we know all too well the FDA doesn’t like any type of claim…therefore, take it for what it is, and remember, this information is purely educational in its purpose.
This is extremely interesting information on the liniment. I have to try this! Thanks, SunKat for your wealth of information on these matters.