Minagin Nerve Pain is a traditional blend of sustainably harvest Balsam popular buds and Tamarack bark. Tamarack is a well known medicine for reliving nerve damage among the Anishinabek of the Great Lakes region.
Minagin Nerve Pain salve is a combination of balsam popular and Tamarack bark. Both were medicines used by Anishinabek (Ojibwe, Chippewa) who were skilled at making legendary medicines that really helped people with their pains.
Many studies have been done Tamarack and its effect on the nervous system. Tamarack bark contains antioxidant flavonoids which significant effects on nervous traumas.
Based on a traditional Native American topical pain relief salve from the Great Lakes Area. Minagin (Min-again) means, to rub on in Ojibwe.
Minagin Nerve uses 100% all natural wild harvested or organic ingredients. This is a time tested medicine with at least 1,000 years of history.
The pain relief occurs within 10 minutes after applying and can last for several hours (5-10 times longer than arnica)!
Minagin Nerve relieves neuropathy, carpal tunnel, sciatica, shingles and nerve damage. I suggest you try some. Especially if you have one of these conditions:
- Nerve damage
- diabetic neuropathy
- carpal tunnel
- And more.
A conifer like smell. Similar to spruce but more pungent. The smell of the forest!
1 oz, 2 oz and 4 oz tins.
How To Use
Apply daily 3-5 times or as needed generously. Rub in 20-30 seconds. For sore joints rub around entire joint. Let it soak in (5 min.) before wearing clothes. For more specific conditions refer to the back of the tin.
All of our products are concentrated, have no medicated smell (non menthol), include a best by date and are long lasting after applying (longer lasting that arnica).
If you are sensitive to aspirin, you should not use Minagin Nerve Pain. Concentrated for external use only.
This product is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure, or prevent any disease