DIY Lotion For Leg Cramps And Growing Pains

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Sitting too long and making awkward movements are a few reasons for leg cramps. If you have kids at a young age, then leg cramps can be a result of growing pains. One option to treat leg cramps is to apply a store bought cream. However, these will have various chemicals and an assortment of additives that are not healthy. Another option is to make homemade lotion for leg cramps.

The key to making a homemade lotion for leg cramps is using the proper ingredients. This will include the use of essential oils, Beeswax, Aloe Vera, and other ingredients that you can find at any health store. You can also find various ingredients to make a lotion for leg cramps online.

The reason a homemade lotion for leg cramps works so well is due to the anti-inflammatory properties in most essential oils and other ingredients. Inflammation is one of the main causes of cramps and for many types of health problems. The all natural ingredients used for your lotion will be the best option to calm a young kids growing pains or the onset of leg cramps in an adult.

Heat is needed to mix all the ingredients for your lotion. This means you will need to use your stove or a hot plate for this project. A double boiler is the best option to blend all the ingredients. You will need to follow a multiple step process to make a batch of homemade lotion for leg cramps.

The lotion for leg cramps you make will need a proper container. Any plastic bottle will work for your lotion as it will have a somewhat thin consistency. This means you can use a simple squeeze bottle that was used for a store bought lotion if one if available.

Instructions to make a homemade lotion for leg cramps is found on thenerdyfarmwife.com here…

DIY Lotion For Leg Cramps & Growing Pains


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