Why This Product?.
Fushi Really Good Muscle & Joints Oil is a powerfully soothing blend of oils and herbs to support tired, sore joints and muscles, as well as to energise and boost circulation. Centred on the renowned ancient Ayurvedic Mahanarayan blend - a potent herbal oil blend with a warming combination of nutrient rich botanicals.
We hand-blend pure Fushi Fresh-Pressed® oils and Fushi Fresh-Ground herbs in our London workshop, using traditional Ayurvedic methods to create our Really Good Muscle & Joints Oil. We infuse Roots, seeds, rhizomes, bark minerals and flowers into a soothing base of oils for 3 months to effectively harness their natural phytochemicals and therapeutic properties to create a powerfully restorative treatment oil.
Really Good Oils
Sesame Oil – nutrient-rich sesame seed is considered the most beneficial oil for massage and for delivering the benefits of the infused herbs deep into the skin’s tissues
Sweet Almond Oil – easily penetrates the skin, making it a great carrier oil for powerful botanical nutrients
Jojoba Oil – balancing and vitamin E rich to provide daily moisture and care to the skin
Really Good Herbs
Boswellia Serrata – also known as Indian Frankincense, Boswellia is a potent herbal resin traditionally used in Ayurveda to support joint health, improve movement and improve circulation
Tulsi – believed to have anti-inflammatory effects on stiff joints
Valerian – a calming herb, known for its ability to calm & soothe
Ashwagandha – one of the most renowned ayurvedic herbs, known for its adaptogenic properties and reducing pain and inflammation
Liquorice – a protective herb, known for boosting general wellbeing and known to help with inflammation
Naturally fragranced with
Eucalyptus, Rosemary, Camphor, Ginger, Clove & Black Pepper, which when combined create a warming sensation, encouraging blood flow to the area, enabling faster recovery.
Use Really Good Muscle & Joints Oil to give yourself an Abhyanga massage (self-massage) as recommended in Ayurveda with love and patience. Focus on areas where pain or inflammation occurs - massaging tired knees, hips, elbows, neck, shoulders and all joints. Can also be used as a bath oil and works especially well when combined with an Epsom Salt bath.
- Joints and Muscles
- After Sports