If you are pregnant or take pharmaceutical drugs, consult your physician before use. Do not use if you are allergic to tree nuts, coconut, or coconut oils.
Kava Root Kava root has a long history of use in the South Pacific Islands. It contains kavalactones, which have mild muscle relaxant and anesthetic effects.
Cinnamon Cinnamon has been used as a topical stimulant for thousands of years and is known for its ability to promote blood flow.
Ginger Ginger is both an anti-inflammatory and topical stimulant and has a warming effect on the areas where it is applied.
Vanilla Vanilla is technically a climbing species of orchid indigenous to South and Central America. It has a soothing aroma as well as anti-inflammatory properties.
Cardamom Cardamom is the third most expensive spice in the world (behind Saffron and Vanilla), and is high in a compound called cineole, which can increase blood flow in areas where it is applied.
Peppermint Peppermint gets its stimulating effects from menthol, but its minty aroma comes from methyl acetate. Peppermint also contains menthone, limonene, pulegone, cineol, and azulene, which can increase mental and physical awareness.
Cacao Absolute Cocoa absolute contains many beneficial compounds, including vitamins, minerals, amino acids and phytonutrients. Cacao is also a known anti-inflammatory and is said to increase blood flow and aid in the oxygenation of tissues.
MCT Oil MCT stands for medium-chain triglycerides. The “starter” oil used to make MCT oil is usually coconut (which is the case here) since it contains around 50% MCTs in its natural state. MCT Oil helps reduce inflammation and has antioxidant properties, among other benefits.
Hemp-Derived Cannabidiol (CBD) CBD alleviates inflammation by binding to cell receptors via the endocannabinoid system (ECS).