Massage Therapists View On Healing Balm/Oil

June 18, 2011

As a massage therapist for the past 17 years, I know of the problems even minor aches and pains can cause, even to the healthy, let alone those people who are out of shape. For the past several years, my massage practice has been limited to professional athletes.

Every pro-athlete knows the importance of being at 100% of his or her maximum potential during training and competition. Sometimes stretching, massage and other tools of the trainer are just not enough and some type of topical heating must be applied. Everyone has their own preference. Some treatments get hot, some get cold, most are very expensive, and most, being water-based, do not last very long.

Over the years, I have tried just about every one of the different types of treatment – not one was right for each case. It was very frustrating, to say the least, until I found Organic Chinese Herbal Food’s Healing Balm.

I have used Healing Balm on many different individuals for many different problems. In each and every case, it has been very successful. Applying the Healing Balm is done either before or after the massage. It can be applied by itself or while using oil or with an isopropyl rubbing compound. I have noticed a rapid warming and relaxing of the muscles when external heat is also applied for a few minutes.

The Healing Balm by Organic Chinese Herbal Foods has made my job as a Massage Therapist much easier. It is truly a great product!

A. Collier
Oklahoma City, OK
Nov. 1990


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