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What it is:
The best all-natural muscle and joint rub. Ideal for tired, sore, and painful muscles and joints. 

Good for:
Supports tired, sore arthritic joints, sore muscles, knee pain, shoulder pain, neck pain, back pain, hip pain, migraines, foot pain, general strains, sprains, and bruises.

Features and Benefits:
• Cajeput oil promotes increased blood flow to the area, stimulates muscles and supports circulation.
• The cooling relief and warming effect of Camphor oil supports reduced inflammation, promotes relaxed muscles, and soothes joints and sore muscles.
•Magnesium Bentonite Clay detoxifies and energizes joints and muscles through a Cation Exchange process which supports mineralization of the area while simultaneously supporting detoxification.
• Reviewed as the best muscle rub which naturally reduces pain, stiffness, and inflammation.
• Gently and effectively formulated to benefit everyone from recreational sport players (Pickleball injury), serious athletes (runners, weightlifters, soccer, and football players) and those with less active lifestyles.
• Used as a topical Muscle Rub to soothe sore muscles and as a Joint Rub to ease aching joints. 

How to use:

Apply as a rub: Apply a thin layer of the Muscle and Joint Rub onto the muscle or joint area and gently massage into the skin like a pain relief cream. 

Mask method: For extra painful muscles and joints, apply a thick layer of the muscle and joint rub onto the area and leave on for about 20 minutes. When ready, remove any excess with a wet washcloth. 

Magnesium Bentonite, Mentha Arvensis (Mint), Melaleuca Leucadendron Cajuputi (Cajuput) Oil, Cinnamomum Camphora Bark (Camphor) Oil, Menthol, Eugenia Caryophyllus Flower (Clove) Oil, Lavandula Hybrida (Lavender) Oil, Mixed Tocopherols (Natural Vitamin E) and Rosmarinus Officinalis Leaf Extract (Co2 Extracted Rosemary).


Additional Information: 

In addition to applying the Muscle and Joint Mineral Rub to holistically support aches, pains and the occasional sprain and strain, visit the National Arthritis Foundation to find some helpful lifestyle tips, delicious anti-inflammatory recipes, and exercise plans for people with inflamed joints and rheumatoid arthritis.  Along with our Mississippi Mud Rub, these recipes, exercise tips, and lifestyle suggestions are a great part of a holistic approach to managing muscle aches and pains and a natural way to support your journey to a pain-free life. 

In an interesting study featured in Harvard Magazine, two well-known biologists, Daniel Lieberman and Ian Wallace, analyzed historical paleo-epidemiological data to discover how common osteoarthritic knees were in past populations. The biological researchers sought to prove that with the decrease of physical activity in modern times, the occurrence of osteoarthritis in the knees has increased. "...The mid-twentieth-century shift to service-sector employment in the American economy, is an important factor [in the increase of osteoarthritis]. That theory might seem counterintuitive for a disease thought to be caused by wear and tear, but some potential mechanisms by which exercise protects joints are known: physical activity is essential to promote the growth of hydrophilic proteins that store water and thus lubricate joints, Lieberman notes, and there is evidence that within cartilage, such activity affects the production and turnover of collagen." The theory highlighted by these famed biologists suggests the more we move, the more our joints create lubrication for the joints, and the less osteoarthritis is found. If you have time, read this insightful article, The New Rub on Knee Pain , and learn how our ancestors were able to move about without aching knees! Perhaps the studies are correct; exercise, appropriate movement activities and working out can have a positive effect on the ability of the joints to maintain flexibility, range of motion, mobility and regenerate their own healing lubrication.

What foods help arthritis and joint pain?

Joint pain, arthritic pain, some muscle pains, and similar discomfort are believed in traditional Ayurvedic, Chinese and Homeopathic traditional medicine to be caused by an accumulation of toxins and a lack of lubrication in the aching and swollen joints. To help alleviate symptoms such as joint pains, a sore joint, tendonitis, a sore knee, and general joint and muscle pain, try to eat foods that help to detoxify the body, decrease swelling, and increase lubrication in the joints. Some specific foods that may be beneficial for joint pain include:

  • Turmeric is a spice that is commonly used as a treatment to reduce inflammation and pain.  Instead of taking Turmeric supplements, try cooking with it by adding it to your favorite dishes or drinking it as a morning or nightly Turmeric latte or before a morning workout walk for a great muscle recovery supplement drink.

  • Ginger is another spice also used for pain relief that is believed to have muscle relaxant and anti-inflammatory properties and may help to reduce pain in joints, shoulders, ankles, and bruising.

  • Other Herb Extracts: Certain herbs, such as ashwagandha, licorice, and Boswellia (frankincense), have been used for pain relief by people throughout history and are show in scientific studies to have anti-inflammatory properties and may help to reduce joint pain, joint injuries, muscle injuries, swelling, spasms, cramping and other associated inflammatory conditions.

  • Fruits and vegetables that are high in antioxidants, such as berries and leafy greens may help to reduce inflammation and improve overall health, which can in turn help to alleviate joint pain and even prevent shin splints.  A healthy, mostly plant-based diet is the best diet for reducing overall inflammation.

What foods contribute to arthritis and joint pain?

Certain foods can contribute to the accumulation of toxins in the body because of their clogging nature (heavy, cold) and difficulty to digest which can directly exacerbate joint pain by increasing toxins in the joints. Scientific studies prove consuming fresh fruits and vegetables is shown to reduce inflammation associated with Rheumatoid Arthritis (RA).

Some specific foods that may be best avoided for joint pain include:

  • Processed Foods: Processed foods, such as packaged snacks and junk food, are heavy and difficult to digest, which can contribute to the accumulation of toxins in the body. Try to always eat fresh, homemade foods when possible. (A recent medical study published in the Lancet Medical Journal positively links the consumption of any amount of ultra-processed food (microwave dinners, chips, etc.) with an increased risk of cancer.)

  • Cold Foods and Drinks: avoid cold foods and drinks, as they slow down digestion and contribute to the accumulation of toxins in the body. Sip hot herbal teas or hot water throughout the day as an easy method to gently help detoxify the body.

  • Dairy Products: Dairy products, such as cold milk and cheese, are heavy and difficult to digest, which is thought in traditional medicine to be one of the causes of the accumulation of toxins in the body.

  • Fried Foods: Fried foods, such as French fries and fried chicken, are heavy and difficult to digest, which can contribute to the accumulation of toxins in the body.  (Notice how after a night of eating heavy fried food, you wake up with more inflammation, worse chronic pain, joint tenderness and muscle and joint stiffness!)

  • Nightshade Vegetables: Most sources agree that nightshade vegetables, such as tomatoes, eggplants, peppers, and white potatoes, contain lectins and glycoalkaloids which are chemicals used by plants to keep pathogens and insects away. When eaten by humans, they are inflammatory and may exacerbate soreness, swelling and joint pain.

  • Red Meat: Red meat is slow and heavy to digest and can aggravate muscle soreness and joint pain. 


These statements have not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration (FDA). This product is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure, or prevent any disease.

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