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How to Make Homemade Pain Relief Salve with Essential Oils!

This homemade pain relief salve works great for all kinds of pains and aches, including sore muscles!

Homemade Pain Relief Salve RecipeIt seems that more and more people suffer from pain of one sort or another in these present days.

If you ask anyone who suffers from chronic pain, they will tell you that they have tried “everything… literally everything” under the sun to get some relief.

And for most people that includes the “next” new thing on the market that usually results in spending way too much money and awful side effects.

But maybe it’s not chronic pain you suffer from, just ordinary everyday aches from over-exertion.

Or maybe you just woke up with a crick in your neck. I remember waking up one morning late last year with muscle pain in my left thigh.

Fortunately, I always have my diy pain relief cream available!

Whatever the reason for your pain may be, we all know that aches and pains from joints, arthritis and sciatic nerve can be very daunting.

Aside from the pain, these aches cause irritability, stress and even depression. But, you can do something about it. You can use this homemade salve to relieve the pain naturally.

Are you ready to give this remedy a try? If yes, then keep reading!

So What Makes this Homemade Pain Relief Salve THICK?

Diy Pain Relief Cream
You might be asking, what makes this pain relief salve special? I will tell you why. This natural pain relief cream is made with essential oils (Sandalwood, Clove, Ginger and tea tree).

Each of these oils has properties that provide pain relief – they are natural painkillers!

Sandalwood contains anti-inflammatory properties, which make it a potent pain reliever for diverse kind of pains such as muscle pain, skeletal pain and neuralgia.

Clove gives burning sensations and works effectively to relieve muscle and joint pain, and soreness resulting from overexertion.

Ginger helps to relieve the pains associated with rheumatoid arthritis, multiple sclerosis and lupus.

I also love Ginger because of ability to relieve menstrual cramps. It is also known as “the oil of empowerment,” because of the feeling of self-assurance that it invokes.

Tea tree helps to fight inflammation and acts as a natural preservative.

When you add these essential oils to coconut oil, which also has healing and anti-inflammatory properties, you have a 100% natural cream that is safe to use.

This Diy Pain Relief Cream Can be Used for:

  • Sore muscles
  • Arthritis
  • Joint Pain
  • Inflammation
  • Pulled muscles

For headaches, check out my other article on how to make diy headache relief balm!

Homemade Pain Relief Salve Recipe

Homemade Pain Relief Salve Recipe

 You will Need


  •  Melt your beeswax in a glass container in the microwave
  • Add your coconut oil and stir until melted
  • Next, add the essential oils
  • Pour into a clean glass or metal container
  • Stir lightly, and let cool before you place your lid
  • Allow to thicken
  • Store at room temperature for best results

By making this homemade pain relief salve yourself, you will have a more substantial quantity to always have on hand for all your aches and pains.

Because the tea tree oil acts as a natural preservative, it helps to prolong the shelf life of the salve. So you can make a relatively large quantity without worrying that it will go bad before you use it up.

Just use a small amount of the pain relief balm to massage the affected area when needed to help relieve the pain!

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This post is for educational and informational purposes only, it does not intend to diagnose or treat any disease.


  1. Vanesa says:

    Can I use avacado oil instead because I’m extremely allergic to coconut.

  2. Sandi says:

    Thank you so much Carol for these wonderful recipes! I’ll be making some of them as soon as I get my order in.

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