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Essentials Video: Marjoram Sweet Achy Leg Cream

Just about every one of us has suffered aches and pains from time to time. Maybe you just had a really good workout or maybe you’ve had to deal with daily pain in your life. This Achy Leg Cream DIY is here to help. It combines a number of powerful essential oils, like Frankincense, Lavender, and Marjoram Sweet, to help provide relief for aches and pains. Once you’ve mixed all the ingredients together, gently massage onto the areas of concern twice a day.

Essentials Video: Marjoram Sweet Achy Leg Cream

Marjoram Sweet Achy Leg Cream

What you’ll need:

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What you’ll do:

To use, add all ingredients together and gently massage onto your legs 1-2 times a day.

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39 thoughts on “Essentials Video: Marjoram Sweet Achy Leg Cream”

  1. This post is right on time for me, I’m about to start training for my first marathon. I’m planning on making a bottle for myself, and also making gifts for my running buddies.

  2. I was able to try this and the Sweet Marjoram combined with Frankincense Serrata and such a wonderful blend for pain balm! So effective and soothing. Thanks Plant Therapy!

  3. Just got the Olive Lotion, going to give this a try. Maybe a good alternate with the Muscle Aloe Jelly.

  4. You have encouraged me to take on my first DIY project. I have Sweet Marjoram on order along with some glass bottles. I’m so excited!

  5. Do you think it will work for the grow pain? I will change the Frank to the kids safe one and try it on my kids!!!

    1. Great question! As long as you swap out the Frankincense for Carteri, this would be a great option for helping with your little one’s discomfort.

  6. Thanks for sharing. This is definitely going to come in handy now that the weather is nice and I’m outside exercising, walking and working in the yard. Can’t wait to give this a try!

  7. I don’t have all the ingredients, but I guess I can use the idea and add what I have to unscented lotion. Didn’t know marjoram is good for aches.

  8. I made this today using some homemade unscented goat milk lotion and it turned out great!! I have a pulled bicep and I’m using it on that. I figured if it’s ok for your leg then it should be ok for your arm too.

  9. I made this blend right after watching the live video last week. I had been on my feet a lot that day so really needed something for my aching legs. It was amazing how quickly it worked! Thanks PT for all the excellent recipes you post on your blog!

  10. I don’t exactly have restless legs, but sometimes they ache so bad I can’t sleep. Am definitely going to try this recipe!

    1. Yep, you can substitute any Frankincense you have on hand. If you want to learn more about the different varieties, you can check out this post.

    1. This blend would be helpful for soothing the aches and the pulling, twitchy feelings often felt in the legs.

    1. You could swap out Serrata for Carteri to make it Kidsafe. It would still be a great choice for helping with discomfort 🙂

  11. Thank you PT for another fabulous DIY blend. I made this and have been using it last few days and works great.

  12. I am making this tonight- my legs often get achy in the evening. I use muscle jelly or a different blend that I made on my own mixed with carrier oil. I am excited to try this lotion!

  13. My legs ache a lot, i just bought the Sweet Marjoram and will be making my own cream as soon as it gets here. Thank you for the wonderful DIY

  14. I am definitely going to try this recipe! I’ve been wondering about a good use for my Sweet Marjoram EO. This is right up my alley!

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