We're going to take a closer look at the Panaway oil from Young Living, what this essential oil blend is made of, and what it is used for.
What is Panaway oil?
Panaway oil is an essential oil blend from young living.
It is made of the following essential oils:
- Wintergreen (Gaultheria procumbens)
- Helichrysum (Helichrysum italicum)
- Clove (Eugenia caryophyllus)
- Peppermint (Mentha piperita)
How do I use panaway essential oil for pain?
To use panaway essential oil for pain, dilute it with a carrier oil and rub it into the spot that hurts.
This was the first oil I used in my kit and it is one of my favorite oils to this day. I first used it to help sooth the tension in my butt cheek from my sciatic nerve acting up. It was so tight that I couldn't stretch it out until a few minutes after applying the oil. That night a slept like a baby and by morning my sciatic nerve wasn't bothering me.
I love the cooling sensation on my skin when I use this blend and love using it as a massage oil. Everything about this oil says relax, unwind, and feel good. If you get a chance you've got to try it.
3 Uses for Panaway Essential oil
- It induces relaxation and can relieve stress. Try applying it topically with a carrier oil or mix 2-4 drops in 2 cups of Epson salts and enjoy a relaxing bath.
- It's soothing to the skin and muscles. Apply diluted to tired muscles after a work out.
- Try using it's uplifting and relaxing scent as an air freshener. Use 1-2 drops in a diffuser or place a drop on a cotton ball and enjoy the scent in a small space (like a car or office cubicle).
How to use panaway oil
Panaway oil should be diluted with a carrier oil, then used topically. You can also diffuse it, or use it in the path tub
*Cautions* Panaway can be toxic if ingested (which is why if comes with a safety lock lid) Only use for topical or aromatic purposes and keep out of reach of little ones. If you take blood thinners or need to avoid aspirin check with your Doctor before using Panaway. Always dilute with a carrier oil before applying topically to avoid possible skin irritation.*