Friday, July 10, 2009
I have been told I give new meaning to "accident prone". This was the primary reason I made the Pain and Injury Cream a few years ago. Containing topical analgesics and ingredients to help the body release pain, it works on a variety of issues including arthritic pain, ligament tears, tendonitis of the patella, broken toes, sore necks, etc.
Now I can share my very own testimonial! Last week I tripped and fell on an uneven concrete surface, landing on one knee and palm of hand. Once I stood up and shook myself off, I determined there were no broken bones or anything of a very serious nature, but the knee was already swelling, red, on the way to a large area of bruising, and very sore indeed. As I limped home, in addition to feeling like a complete klutz, I found myself wondering if this was the time I had finally "really done it". I really couldn't afford to have a recuperation time of not being able to stand or walk right now.
For once I did what I tell others to do! I went in, cleaned and treated the wound on the knee, and applied Pain and Injury Cream all around the scrape and on top, sides and back of knee and down the leg. I put the cream on my hand and wrist as well, which was also red, swollen and sore. Going on with my day I proceeded to forget about the entire incident, with some limping and pain but nothing too much. The following morning when I got up, I had absolutely no pain, no swelling, a tiny bruise the one place I hadn't put the cream, no problem walking or standing. Really. I was amazed. This cream really works! You can read about the ingredients on my website, when you go to the shopping page, here. A little bit of this cream goes a long way, so it is definitely worth having on hand! We have special pricing offers for purchases of two creams, and I recommend having both the Pain and Injury and the Tendonitis cream on hand.
Continuing with the Pet Health updates, my distraught cat client has made an about face after a week of flower essences and is purring and playing with the new kitten instead of hissing and hiding. Her Human is very happy indeed. As discussed in yesterday's post, animals can most definitely benefit from working with flower essences, especially if you can be patient and give them the time to rebalance their energies.
Thank you for reading!
Kelley Rico is a trained herbalist and aromatherapist, and a Certified Flower Essence and Jin Shin Jyutsu® Practitioner.