NATURAL INGREDIENTS PROVEN BY SCIENCE TO RELIEVE PAIN
Our pain relief products are made from all natural ingredients that are gentle, effective and safe. Eco Pain thoroughly research evidence-based complimentary and alternative pain medicines that are backed by clinical trials.
Eco Pain's source quality therapeutic grade essential oils and each pain relief product is professionally formulated with the understanding and respect for mother nature's wisdom.
Lavender is proven to have antiseptic and anti-inflammatory properties, and may be an effective & safe treatment of migraine pain and headaches.
The efficacy of lavender essential oil inhalation for the treatment of migraine has been studies in a placebo-controlled clinical trial.
Capsaicin is a powerful natural plant extract from chilli peppers and
is the active ingredient responsible for providing heat to the affected
area. When applied topically, Capsaicin exerts its pain-attenuating effects
by triggering a signalling cascade that results in the inactivation of
mechano-sensitive transmembrane channels in neurons.
Eucalyptus is native to Australia and Eucalyptus oil has been reported effective in reducing pain, swelling, and inflammation. Used in many traditional medicine systems eucalyptus oil was used in Aboriginal medicines to heal wounds and fungal infections. More recently, eucalyptus oil has been used in creams and ointments to relieve muscular aches and joint pain.
Arnica Montana is well known for it's anti-inflammatory properties proven
to assist the management of certain types of arthritic discomfort. One study found Arnica to be as effective as Ibuprofen in Osteoarthritis of the hands.
Rosemary oil has been extensively used and studied for a variety of natural health products. It has analgesic and anti-inflammatory qualities, used for addressing pain from back pain, arthritis, muscular aches, sprains and strains.
Camphor is a naturally occurring compound of the Camphor Laurel, a large evergreen tree found in Asia. Camphor formulations for pain and inflammation have been widely used since the 18th century. Camphor is a major active ingredient of many balms and liniments applied as topical analgesics.