August 03, 2022

    Do you ever suffer from Leg or Foot Cramps, Sore Muscles?

    Do you ever suffer from Leg or Foot Cramps, Sore Muscles?


    Incredible Magnesium spray with MSM and DMSO, Arnica and Orange Flower




    Magnesium is a mineral that is important for normal bone structure in the body. People get magnesium from their diet, but sometimes magnesium supplements are needed if levels are too low. Dietary intake of magnesium may be low, particularly among women. Magnesium deficiency is also not uncommon among African Americans and the elderly. Low magnesium levels in the body have been linked to diseases such as osteoporosis, high blood pressure, clogged arteries, hereditary heart disease, diabetes, and stroke.


    Uses of MSM (methylsulfonylmethane)


    ·       Osteoarthritis and joint pain

    ·       Recovery after exercise

    ·       Rosacea

    Methylsulfonylmethane, or MSM, is a naturally occurring compound in foods such as fresh vegetables, meat, and dairy products. MSM provides a source of natural sulfur, which plays a role in many of the body's processes.

    Typically, MSM supplements contain a synthetic form of MSM. The primary uses for MSM supplements include:

    • arthritis

    • joint pain

    • muscle recovery after exercise

    • allergy relief

    Many of MSM's benefits have links to its anti-inflammatory action. Inflammation is a factor in many health conditions, including arthritis, allergies, and skin conditions. By reducing inflammation, MSM may be able to reduce or eliminate certain symptoms.

    Some small scientific studies indicate that MSM could be useful for treating several different medical conditions. The following are some of the best-documented uses for MSM in medical studies.

    Treating osteoarthritis and joint pain

    Osteoarthritis, which affects around 27 million people in the United States, is a deterioration of cartilage in one or more of the joints. It commonly affects the knees, hips, lower back, hands, and fingers. It can cause pain, stiffness, and swelling.

    Various studies suggest that using MSM could help with symptoms of arthritis or relieve joint pain.

    A study of 100 adults - Trusted Source - who were over 50 years of age took either an MSM supplement or placebo. The results show people using MSM for 12 weeks were experiencing improvements in joint pain, stiffness, and swelling.

    Promoting recovery after exercise

    Regular exercise is necessary for good health. However, the energy demands of exercise can cause oxidative stress to muscles and tissues. This may result in temporary soreness and discomfort after a workout.

    It is important to note that all of these studies were small and did not look at a large group of participants.


    Rosacea and inflammation of the skin

    People may also use MSM topically, meaning by applying it to the skin. Some people believe that the anti-inflammatory power of MSM can help specific skin conditions when applied as a cream or sprayed on.

    An older 2008 double-blind study of 46 people with rosacea found that they experienced improvement in their symptoms after using an MSM cream or spray..

    Despite its lack of medical studies, MSM is a natural source of sulfur, which could be beneficial to the skin. Dermatologists have long prescribed sulfur creams and washes to treat skin conditions, including rosacea and acne. Topical sulfur has natural antibacterial and anti-inflammatory properties.

    Here are the Orange Blossom water benefits and uses:

    ·       1. Tones Up the Skin

    ·       2. Soothes and Relaxes Nerves

    ·       3. Makes Skin Soft and Smooth

    ·       4. Settles Upset Tummies

    ·       5. Soothes Redness and Irritations

    ·       6. Heals Pet Wounds

    ·       7. Soothes Sunburns

    ·       8. Conditions Hair

    ·       9. Freshens Air

    ·       10. Promotes Sleep


     Arnica Montana Flower Extract

    Arnica Montana Flower Extract is a dark brown clear liquid made from the flowers of the plant Arnica montana. In cosmetics and personal care products, Arnica Montana and Arnica Montana Flower Extract are used in the formulation of a variety of product types, including skin care products, skin fresheners, shampoos, conditioners and hair care products

    Why is it used in cosmetics and personal care products?

    Arnica Montana and its Flower Extract enhance the appearance of dry or damaged skin by reducing flaking and restoring suppleness.

    Scientific Facts: 

    Arnica Montana is a generic term used to describe plant material derived from the dried flowers, roots, or rhizomes of the plant, Arnica montana. Arnica Montana Flower Extract is an extract of the flowerheads of this plant. Common names for Arnica montana include leopard's bane, mountain tobacco, mountain snuff, and wolf's bane. Arnica Montana has been used in traditional and medicine for its anti-inflammatory properties.


    Early research shows that using an arnica in products twice daily for 3 weeks reduces pain and stiffness and improves function in people with osteoarthritis in the hand or knee. Other research shows that using the same spray works as well as the painkiller ibuprofen in reducing pain and improving function in the hands.


    Dimethyl Sulfoxide (DMSO) was first discovered in late 19th century Germany as a byproduct of wood pulping. DMSO can also be found in fruits, in the sea, and in the atmosphere.

    DMSO is a colorless, transparent, hygroscopic fluid over a wide range of temperatures. DMSO rose to fame, due to its ability to easily pass through the skin and other biological membranes. It's a sulfur-based compound with some amazing healing properties. 

    Dimethyl Sulfoxide is derived from dimethyl sulfide, a by-product of the manufacture of paper. Dimethyl Sulfide is a naturally produced biogenic gas essential for the earth’s biogeochemical cycles. Sulfur is also an element of the earth and is essential to life. It is the eighth most prevalent element in the human body, not as sulfur itself but always in combination with other elements, most often, in complex molecules and, less often, in simple molecules such as DMSO. 

    DMSO is a powerful free radical scavenger and an effective anti-inflammatory agent. It also has pain-relieving, collagen-softening, and anti-inflammatory characteristics, making it an incredibly effective natural pain reliever.

    DMSO was and is still used on racehorses and by veterinarians today. For humans, it's most used to help relieve joint and arthritis pain.

    DMSO is commercially available in the United States ranging from industrial grade (found in tractor and farm stores) and highly pure grade DMSO for drug delivery and health-care applications. Industrial Grade is commonly used on horses, and dogs whereas 99.99% Pure Pharmaceutical Grade DMSO is for human use. This is what we use to create our incredible spray.

    Side effects of DMSO can be temporary local irritation of the skin and a potential taste and/or sometimes smell of garlic upon use. 

    People have been known to use DMSO to try to help with a plethora of issues including but not limited to:

    • Inflammatory diseases 

    •  Joint pain relief  

    • Cancer side-effects (pain) 

    • Gastrointestinal disorders 

    • Headaches and Migraines  

    • Fibromyalgia 

    • Psoriasis 

    • Shingles 

    • Candida 

    • Eczema 

    • Tendonitis 

    • Interstitial Cystitis 

    • Autoimmune Disorders 

    • Amyloidosis 

    • Scleroderma 

    • Ulcerative Colitis 

    • Diabetic Neuropathy pain 

    • Varicose and Spider veins 

    • Burns and scar tissue 

    • Musculoskeletal disorders 

    • Furuncular otitis 

    • Complex Regional Pain Syndrome 

    • Hemorrhoids 

    • Muscle spasms 

    • Bursitis 

    • Acute Respiratory Distress Syndrome 

    • General stiffness and soreness 


    Pain is the most common reason for people to seek medical help and is a major complaint in many medical conditions and disorders. It is common knowledge that acute or chronic pain can significantly interfere with a person’s quality of life and normal daily function.

    "If joint and/or muscle pain is interfering with your quality of life, I suggest you give dimethyl sulfoxide (DMSO) a try.” - Dr. Julian Whitaker


    So, why go natural?

    Painkillers, particularly opioid drugs, are the leading cause of unintentional overdose deaths in teens and adults, and according to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), such deaths have reached epidemic proportions in the United States. The number of unintentional drug poisoning deaths exceeds either motor vehicle accidents or suicides, two of the leading causes of death in the United States. One of the reasons for easily overdosing and dying from narcotics is their powerful action as central nervous system (CNS) depressants, especially when the narcotic is combined with alcohol or another pain medication.  

    DMSO is similar to aspirin in that it blocks the production of certain prostaglandins by controlling the on-off switch in cells that regulate pain and inflammation, among other things. That is likely the reason why aspirin stops mild inflammation and pain.  

    However, DMSO goes a step farther than aspirin

    It not only blocks the prostaglandins that can induce pain and inflammation but also stops or slows down conduction of pain fibers when it is administered topically.

    Unlike aspirin and other popular painkillers, DMSO is not considered toxic to the stomach or gut where aspirin can cause peptic ulcers or gastrointestinal tract irritation at therapeutic doses.

    Here at Private Label Skincare Florida, we always believe that the living plants of this incredible planet have provided us with the best medicine.  Further, we understand the Opioid Crisis that is plaguing our people and try our best to come up with effective natural alternatives.  While we do not claim to “heal anything”, we do try to give maximum relief for our clients and end users.  Call us to add this incredible spray to you line today. 


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