Boundless Breath

Arthritis Reprieve


This formula was created with pure, organic and certified therapeutic plant oils to improve arthritic pain, inflammation and swelling.


Ingredients include: Deep Blue, Copaiba, Turmeric, Frankincense, Marjoram and fractionated coconut oil.

Deep Blue: A balanced, minty blend of Wintergreen Leaf, Camphor Bark, Peppermint Plant, Ylang Ylang Flower, Helichrysum Flower, Blue Tansy Flower, Blue Chamomile Flower, and Osmanthus Flower. This blend naturally reduces pain and inflammation relieving muscle, back and joint pain. It works wonders for arthritis and can be used pre and post workouts for muscle tension, growing pains and even headaches.

Copaiba: Copaiba is considered one of the most anti-inflammatory substances on earth aiding many conditions that stem from inflammation. These conditions include arthritis, gout, muscle cramps, tendonitis, plantar fasciitis, autoimmune diseases, skin conditions, blisters, bites and burns.

Turmeric: Turmeric or “Sacred Earth” in Latin, is renowned for a myriad of profound properties including its powerful action against cancer and inflammation. It can be applied to targeted areas for joint pain and swelling, gout, Rheumatism, sore muscles and arthritis.

Frankincense: Frankincense has been used in spiritual practices for centuries, for good reason. Frankincense has a number of benefits including wound healing, pain, cellular health, autoimmune disorders and emotional balance.

Majoram: Marjoram can be applied to improve the symptoms of carpal tunnel, tendonitis, arthritis, muscle cramps, sprains, migraines and anxiety.

Recommended Use:

Shake bottle prior to each use. For each square inch of inflamed area, apply 1 drop and pat into surface until adequately absorbed.

Apply to problem areas 2x /day (morning and night) for 10 days for relief from arthritic symptoms. Also can be applied if acute exacerbation occurs during the day.


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