Condition: Is a result of tiny tears in tendons that attach muscles of lower arms to elbows. You don’t have to be a tennis player to have Tennis Elbow.
Symptoms: Recurrent pain on the outside of the upper forearm toward the wrist.
Treatment: GWC Rubbing Oil should be applied 3 times per day on the elbow and along the forearm. Best results occur when using a forearm Elbow support after applying GWC Rubbing Oil.
Condition: Headaches come in all forms and are caused by a variety of things (tension, high blood pressure problems, etc.) that affect the pain-sensitive structures inside the skull, such as arteries, venous sinuses and tributary veins.
Treatment: Rub George Washington Carver Rubbing Oil on temples and forehead in a circular fashion. Be careful not to get GWC Rubbing Oil in your eyes or tear ducts.
Condition: Caused by excessive levels of prostaglandin, substances that make the uterus contract.
Symptoms: Pain in lower abdomen during menstruation, possibly extending to hips, lower back or thighs. Nausea, vomiting and diarrhea are also common.
Treatment: Rub George Washington Carver Rubbing Oil on the lower abdomen and back. A 30-minute hot soak with 3 capfuls is also relaxing and helpful.
Condition: Occurs when the Median Nerve that goes through the narrow tunnel of the wrist becomes compressed through repetitive hand movement, causing swelling and inflammation.
Symptoms: A numbness or tingling sensation in your fingers and hands. Pains usually travel from wrist to forearm down to the palm of the hand or surfaces of the fingers. Pains normally occur at night, after a day of using the hands forcefully.
Treatment: Apply GWC Rubbing Oil to the hand and wrist liberally. Stroke GWC Rubbing Oil in an upward fashion 3 times a day. Soak hand in basin for 30 minutes in a hot basin of water with 5 capfuls of GWC Rubbing Oil. Apply GWC Rubbing Oil before and after soak. Wrap wrist in clear plastic or cloth; be careful not to apply too much pressure to the wrist
Condition: Results from a variety of different reasons-such as weakened blood vessels, blockages, heart conditions, diabetes, etc.
Symptoms: Leg pain in calves and feet during activities. Numbness or pain in foot or toes when at rest. Ulcers or gangrene on the foot or toes.
Treatment: Changes in temperature produce increased blood flow to outer layer of the skin. GWC Rubbing Oil is a counter-irritant that stimulates blood flow. Research indicates rubbing improves blood flow.
Condition: A localized infection caused by the same virus that causes chicken-pox. The virus often remains dormant within the nerve cells after an occurrence of chicken-pox.
Symptoms:Pain or tingling sensation in a limited area of one side of your body or face; a red skin rash follows, characterized by small fluid-filled blisters.
Treatment: Apply George Washington Carver (GWC) Rubbing Oil directly to the area, or use a cloth soaked in warm water and GWC Rubbing Oil. Apply cloth directly to the area 3 times per day.
Condition: Sinus congestion results from an infection of the nasal lining in one or more of the four sinus cavities.
Symptoms: Pain about the eyes and cheek, fever or difficulty breathing through the nose.
Treatment: Apply George Washington Carver (GWC) Rubbing Oil alongside of nose, over cheek bones and on the forehead. Be careful not to get GWC Rubbing Oil in your eyes or tear ducts.
Condition: Can result from a variety of causes, such as the way we position the neck when we sleep or work, exercise-related strains, sickness, etc.
Symptoms: Restricted or diminished range of neck movement. Pain at the base of neck and traveling up to the back of the ears.
Treatment: Rub George Washington Carver Rubbing Oil behind the ears and the base of neck.