MSM (M) supports in joint and muscle pain related to joints and ligaments:
A unique blend of pure steam distilled therapeutic grade plant extracts that stimulate circulation and relax and comfort joints and back. Useful for all ages, this powerful blend has properties that help in pain management of different joints. The advantages of using this almost magical plant oil blend are many –it aids the healing process in a natural and holistic manner without any unwelcome side effects This helps reduce intake of conventional medicines and maintains optimal joint function being holistically accepted by the body.
The dosage is a few drops rubbed in the relevant areas. Dosage and detailed instructions for use shall be shared separately.
A trek in the wilderness… a bunch of twigs covering a ditch, unseen… a heavy rucksack containing belongings… a moment’s error of judgement… a stumble and a twisted ankle… Sounds like the perfect circumstances to ruin a perfect trekking trip? Trekking shoe laces undone, poor visibility, lack of quick reflexes on the part of your fellow trekkers – the reasons why the twisted ankle and the resultant ligament tear happened may be endless, but fact remains that you are stuck with a sore ankle and restricted mobility for a good six weeks!
Torn Ankle Ligaments occur owing to a sprain; may be a stretch, tear or complete rupture of one or more of the ligaments that hold the bones of the ankle joint together. Sprains are classified according to the severity of the ligament tear. Complete tears make the affected joint very loose and unstable. While there is no specific time frame that sprained ankle recover, we do know that the ligaments themselves will take at least six weeks to heal, and your muscle strength, range of motion, and return to function can vary considerably.
Characterised by swelling, bruising, tenderness to touch, and even instability of the ankle in cases when there has been complete tearing of the ligament or a complete dislocation of the ankle joint. Surgery is required to correct certain cases of ligament tears. Non-invasive techniques to manage the condition involve the use of ice packs for the first few days until the “heat” comes out of the injury. Ice will also help to reduce the pain and swelling in traumatic soft tissue injuries, such as ligament sprains, muscle tears or bruising.