Spring Wind - Amber Massage Salve - 2 Oz

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Amber Massage Salve, 2 oz Dosage Apply a small amount to the fingers and massage into the traumatized area. Amber Massage Salve is especially effective following a steam-soak. The area that is worked should be covered afterwards to keep it warm and protect it from wind. Chinese Symptomology sore muscles, muscle bruises, stiff joints and aching, inflexible tendons Western Symptomology Peripheral neuropathy Actions Moves blood; Relieves pain; Moistens the skin; Clears heat English name Amber Massage Salve, 2 oz Description This formula is based on one that is commonly used in China. It is made with a sesame and beeswax base. It contains agents that move blood, relieve pain and moisten the skin and clear heat. This salve can be applied wherever massage is appropriate. Because it moves blood it can be rubbed into bruises, strains or sprains and can also be used to relieve the pain and numbness of peripheral neuropathy. Amber Massage Salve is perfect for massaging into the skin of patients who have recently had a cast removed because it nourishes the skin, moves blood and dispels stasis. Ingredients Sesame oil, Beeswax, Tangkuei, Peach Pit, Safflower, Arnebia, Dragon Blood, Amber, Myrrh and Mastic


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