OILY Serum – CHOC
$19.00 – $29.00
The Oily serum choc is the ideal natural product to soothe your aches and muscular cramps. It is very useful when carrying out sport activities such as trekking or intense activities such as gardening
Action of the Oily serum choc :
The oily serum choc is a muscular and joint relaxer. This product also activates micro blood circulation.
Simmondsia Chinensis (Jojoba) Oil*, Arnica (Arnica montana flowers) Infused Oil*, Camphor Essential Oil (Cinnamomum camphora), Hemp (Cannabis sativa L.) Oil, Rosemary Officinalis CT camphor Essential oil (Rosemary)*, Tocopherol (Vitamin E) *Ingredient from organic farming THC Free
Anti-inflammatory, recommended in cases of old or recent traumas
Both relaxing and heating.
Hemp Oil Cannabis sativa L.
Natural anti-inflammatory and also relaxing
Improves suppleness of joints
To be used by people being treated with ANTICOAGULANTS.
Do not swallow
Not suitable for pregnant or breastfeeding women.
- Tension in neck, shoulders, hands, back, hips, also knees and feet.
- Torticolis. Aches and pains.
- Tendinites. Tennis-elbow. Strain. Sprain.
- More generally, all parts of the body that can experience muscular or joint pain.
· As CURE: to regain flexibility of movement
· As traumatic muscular or joint PREPARATION and RECUPERATION.
Application of the oily serum choc
On a healthy skin without wounds, on the areas needing relaxation or that are painful:
1/ firstly, heat the skin through an energetic rubbing,
2/ apply the oily serum choc (about 10 drops, then one drop per cm²),
3/ deep massage the area so as to have total penetration of the oil,
4/ finally wash your hands after application
- 1 product 2 actions : suits both muscular and joint pain
- Ready to use
- Quick and targeted action
- Economical: one 20 ml bottle = about 50 applications
Did you know this?
The most common illnesses and medical conditions experienced by Australians in 2018 were medical conditions related to Bones, Joints and Muscles, suffered by 68%, or just over 13.9 million Australians.
1 in 6 Australians (16%) had back problems in 2017–18. That’s 4.0 million people, and 38% of them said pain “moderately” interfered with daily activities in 2017–18.
Most common pain in 2018*:
Back pain 38.5%, shoulder pain 21% or leg cramp 20%
Chronic musculoskeletal conditions affect almost 3 in 10 (29%) Australians
*Australian Institute of Health and Welfare
20 ml (with dropper), 10 ml (roll-on)