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Essential Oils For Sore And Tired Feet

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At the end of your day, or when you’re done working out, your feet are in need of attention. Essential oils are a great way to invigorate nerves and reduce inflammation. You could make a soothing blend of essential oils or a massage blend. Take a hot water bath with these oils, or simply soak your feet in them.

We are an active family and exercise is part of our daily habits to keep our bodies working their best. My hubby and I tend to stick with walking either on the treadmill or outside with the dogs, however, my son loves to run. I also use a standing desk to avoid sitting all day long.

We are all too familiar with sore, achy, tired feet. So, there are a few things we like to do either before heading out or after our workouts and long days on our feet.

Essential Oil Blend For Feet

These are essential oils that we use almost daily.

Use Before Workout

Try combining the soothing blend essential oil and peppermint essential oil with a carrier oil like coconut or almond oil and apply topically on the bottom of your feet. This helps to invigorate nerves, reduce inflammation and pain, and acts as a coolant.

Use After Workout

After workout or long day of work on your feet, apply the soothing blend essential oil, lavender essential oil, peppermint essential oil or the massage blend essential oil topically to the bottom of your feet combined with a carrier oil.

If you’re lucky, you can get your spouse or significant other to give you a nice foot massage with the essential oil of your choice.

You can also add any or a mix of those essential oils in hot water for a relaxing, soothing foot soak or bath. Add in Epsom salts and baking soda for extra health benefits.

Oil Blends

Soothing Blend Essential Oil

This oil blend consists of wintergreen, camphor, peppermint, ylang ylang, helichrysum, blue tansy, blue chamomile, and osmanthus essential oils.

Massage Blend Essential Oil

This blend contains cypress plant, peppermint plant, marjoram leaf, basil leaf, grapefruit peel, lavender flower essential oils.

The essential oils shared may help to relieve and reduce pain and inflammation in your body. They help to cool, stimulate and invigorate as well. Essential oils are a tool in my wellness arsenal that keeps me and my family feeling better naturally.

The information shared in this article is for educational purposes only. These statements have not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration. Essential oils are not intended to diagnose, treat, prevent or cure any disease. Seek medical advice prior to making any lifestyle changes.

Katrina Anotado
Star Expert

Hi, I'm Katrina. I believe that the foods we eat and the products we use have a major impact on our health. I attended school at The Institute for Integrative Nutrition where I studied with some of the world's top health and wellness experts including Dr. David Katz, Dr. Andrew Weil, Dr. Deepak Chopra, and Geneen Roth. While at school, I was introduced to the amazing benefits of essential oils. Now, sharing essential oils along with other lifestyle changes is what I love to do! The end result is to do your best and not strive for perfection.

Katrina Anotado
Star Expert

Hi, I'm Katrina. I believe that the foods we eat and the products we use have a major impact on our health. I attended school at The Institute for Integrative Nutrition where I studied with some of the world's top health and wellness experts including Dr. David Katz, Dr. Andrew Weil, Dr. Deepak Chopra, and Geneen Roth. While at school, I was introduced to the amazing benefits of essential oils. Now, sharing essential oils along with other lifestyle changes is what I love to do! The end result is to do your best and not strive for perfection.

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