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Magic Muscle Ease Review
Today I am reviewing Magic Muscle Ease from Earthley Wellness.
Although I have been using Earthley products for months, I didn’t think I needed to try this product.
It’s not because I don’t experience muscle pain, aches, or spasms, but instead, it was that I didn’t think it could compete with the CBD salves and oils that I have used for years.
Since late March I have been experiencing extreme pain throughout my right arm. It stems from my forearm and travels up to through my elbow and all the way to my shoulder.
After months of applying some very expensive CBD oils and salves, I decided it was time to see if Magic Muscle Ease lived up to its name.
Hear what I have to say in my video review.
I first chose Earthley products because they are natural and organic. But I really purchase them because they work and are affordable!!
The biggest complaint I have and often hear from others in regards to natural remedies is the cost.
To be honest, it is what held me back trying these type of remedies in the past.
What makes this lotion so magical?
IT WORKS!! Like I stated in the video, this inexpensive lotion is doing what expensive CBD oils could not!
There is no magic involved, just organic, natural ingredients.
- Organic olive oil
- Organic arnica flowers
- Mango butter
- Kokum butter
- Magnesium chloride flakes
- Candelilla Wax
It comes it three varieties.
- Mint: which also contains peppermint and wintergreen essential oils.
- Citrus which also contains grapefruit and juniper berry essential oils.
The mint version is NOT safe for pregnancy (wintergreen), and may not be safe for nursing (peppermint) if you are especially sensitive to mint. Do not use the mint version in children under 10.
Unscented is safe for the whole family.
Citrus is also safe for the whole family but may cause photosensitivity, so avoid excessive sun exposure for 18 hours after using. The mint version is NOT safe for pregnancy (wintergreen), and may not be safe for nursing (peppermint) if you are especially sensitive to mint. Do not use the mint version in children under 10.
These statements have not been evaluated by the FDA, and these products are not intended to diagnose, treat, or cure anything.
To further put this product to the test, I whipped up a batch of cannabis-infused coconut oil. Compared with Magic Muscle Ease, my very potent homemade oil took longer to take effect, however it worked as well as Magic Muscle Ease.
This is fantastic news for anyone on a budget (who isn’t??!!) or that doesn’t live where medicinal or recreational cannabis has been legalized.
The cost to make 1/2 cup of my cannabis oil was approximately $100.
The cost of 2oz of Magic Muscle Ease is only $7.99.
My only regret in purchasing Magic Muscle Ease was that I didn’t buy the 4oz jar for $12.99!!!!