Badger Certified Organic Sore muscle Rub is not your mainstream sore muscle rub! Experience the power of Cayenne Pepper
and Ginger to gently soothe and relax tense, sore muscles. This balm
gently warms and stimulates circulation, to help keep muscles and joints
loose before and after exercise. Good for the skin AND it smells great -
not like your usual sports rub!
Take a look at the ingredients and you'll see nothing but healing oils and
botanical extracts that have been used to soothe over-worked muscles for
centuries. Badger Sore Muscle Rub does the job naturally and effectively.
Plus, the base ingredients soften and smooth skin while melting away
tension. Rub this stuff in - you deserve it!
Badger Organic Sore Muscle Rub is a USDA certified organic product and comes in a re-useable tin.
Read why we love Badger Certified Organic Muscle Rub and click to see our full line of Badger products.
Directions for use:
Apply directly to skin on shoulders, knees, elbows, back, or anywhere
you're sore. Use to soothe the everyday aches & pains from exercise
and hard work.
Caution: This balm is hot stuff! It may irritate some skin types. A skin test is recommended before use, to do this, apply a small amount of the muscle rub to the inside of
your elbow or any other sensitive area. Best to cover it with a
band-aid. Leave it overnight. In the morning check for signs of
irritation or other skin sensitivity.
Made in: USA
Ingredients: *Olea Europaea (Extra Virgin Olive) Oil, *Ricinus Communis (Castor) Oil, *Cera Alba (Beeswax), *Capsicum Frutescens (Cayenne) Extract, Essential Oils of *Zingiber Officinale (Ginger), *Elettaria Cardamomum (Cardamom), *Cymbopogon Schoenanthus (Lemongrass), *Rosmarinus Officinalis (Rosemary), Thymus Mastichina (Wild Marjoram), *Salvia Officinalis (Sage), and CO2 Extracts of *Zingiber Officinale (Ginger), & *Rosa Canina (Rosehip).
* = Certified Organic
Muscle Rub FAQ
Does Sore Muscle Rub help relieve arthritis symptoms?
This is not a medicine or a drug and is not marketed for arthritis pain.
We do receive regular feedback that Sore Muscle Rub and Sore Muscle
Therapy Oil help ease the symptoms of arthritis. Scientific studies do
support the use of both cayenne and ginger as natural
anti-inflammatories in the treatment of muscle and joint stiffness.
Where can I get more information on the ingredients Badger uses in their products? Badger has a great age on their website which gives great info on their ingredients. You can find it here.
Do you do animal testing?
Nope. W.S. Badger conducts absolutely no product testing on animals, as all the ingredients are safe and "food grade" when used in the proper amounts. (Essential Oils are always properly diluted.) We test all prototype products on families, friends, volunteers and ourselves. It's fun. If the new product does not pass our tough standards it does not make it to the marketplace. We have also gone through the process of getting certified by Leaping Bunny which means that not only do we not test our products on animals, but we have confirmed that none of our suppliers test their ingredients on animals either.
I have allergies to Peanuts and Gluten. Are Badger Products safe for me to use?
Badger products contain no peanuts, peanut oils, wheat or gluten, and should be safe for people with allergies. As always, when using a new product for the first time (and have allergies or sensitivities), it is always a good idea to perform a Skin Patch Test.
What is the shelf life of an unopened tin of Badger?
An unopened tin of Badger stored at moderate temperatures should be good for two to three years. If you open it and it smells good, it is good. Extremes in temperature and humidity will affect shelf life, so it is not possible to give an exact expiration date. The date of manufacture is imprinted on the side of the tin to give you a reference point.
How long will an opened tin last?
As soon as you open a tin of any product and stick your fingers in, the life span varies; again it depends on storage temperature and humidity as well as how clean the fingers are that scoop out the product. Essential oils will slowly but surely evaporate from an open tin; that's the pleasant fragrance you smell when you open one. You can expect your opened balm to stay good for 1-2 years.
What happens if one of my Badger products freezes or melts? Can I still use it?
Absolutely. You may find that the consistency will change a little. Sometimes the product becomes much softer and creamier if it freezes and then thaws, but it is still absolutely fine to use.