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Nerve Issues


(Cupressus sempervirens)
Traditionally used to support healthy lung and circulatory function, circulatory system, veins, blood capillaries and mild issues relating to the menstrual cycle. 

Fir Silver

(Abies alba) (also known as White Fir)
Traditionally used to support healthy immune response, lung and sinus function, minor muscle and joints aches and pains.


(Pelargonium x asperum)
Traditionally used to soothe minor nerve pain, sunburns, nervous tension and symptoms that are associated with the menstrual cycle.

Marjoram, Sweet

(Origanum majorana)
Traditionally used to support healthy immune response, thyroid, circulatory, lungs, muscle and joint function, soothe minor aches and pains and discomforts associated with the monthly menstrual cycle.


Nerve Pain

May calm and soothe sensitive nerves and pain associated to pinched or traumatized nerves.


May ease numbness and weakness of peripheral nerves.

Pepper Black

(Piper nigrum)
Traditionally used to support digestion and healthy bone, joint, nerve and pancreas function, to stimulate metabolism, ease minor aches and pains.

Peppermint India

(Mentha piperita)
Peppermint has antifungal, anti-inflammatory and analgesic properties which make it one of the most popular essential oils. It supports healthy circulatory function, soothes digestion issues and eases pain.

Peppermint USA

(Mentha piperita)
Peppermint has antifungal, anti-inflammatory and analgesic properties which make it one of the most popular essential oils. It supports healthy circulatory function, soothes digestion issues and eases pain.


Rosemary ct. cineole

(Rosemarinus officinalis) ct cineole
Traditionally used for immune and hormone support, healthy lung, liver, kidney and endocrine function and to soothe minor muscle and joint aches and pains.


Nerve Issues

Neuropathies: Essential Oils Show Promising Results by Dawn Langley-Brady RN, MSN, CHPN
Two case studies report that the combination of Black Pepper, Geranium x asperum, Peppermint and Rosemary ct cineole effectively increased circulation, peripheral sensation and reduced pain.

Oils for Neuralgia by Perchon/Cantele
Rosemary ct cineole
St John's Wort infused oil

1. A blend of Vetiver, Silver Fir and Peppermint helped me greatly in reducing pain and regenerating nerve impulses. The Vetiver really doesn’t smell great, but this mixture did work well for me.

2. Both my father and I have used Hopewell’s Neuropathy with success for our neuropathy. We are so happy to have found something that really works.

3. I heard that to renew a nerve, the nerve needed to be a cooler temperature than the other tissue, so I used Peppermint. I had my husband rub it on my spine and bottoms of my feet twice daily. I especially massaged my big toes because the reflex for the pituitary gland is in the center of the big toe. The pituitary gland is responsible for making the chemical that keeps the muscles stretching and contracting. When it does not make enough of it, the muscles are unable to stretch out and contract normally.

4. I had a pain in my heel that I ignored until it was clear up the Achilles tendon and walking was very painful. I found a recipe for carpal tunnel (nerve damage) and made up a batch to apply: Valerian, Silver Fir, Peppermint, Juniperberry, Cypress and Basil. This definitely eased the pain and I was good as new in a little over a month. I applied this blend very consistently morning and night, and at first, I applied it more than that.

5. We all know that chemicals and heavy metals can have a negative affect on our bodies; they actually can damage nerve cells. Chemicals can "incubate" along the spinal cord and gradually reach nerve endings that relate to our organs. They create a “microfilm” at the end of those nerves, preventing signals from passing through. The electric signal that is stopped by the “microfilm” can back fire and damage the myelin sheath of those nerves. The beautiful thing about essential oils is that they can actually "dissolve" those chemical microfilms. Given all that, I feel like that is why the massage is so effective for those with Multiple Sclerosis issues. Oregano and Thyme are especially beneficial for clearing up the receptor sites along the spine. Other oils that prove effective, perhaps because of their ability to repair DNA are: Frankincense, Peppermint and Silver Fir. I’ve also heard that the body needs Pregnenolone to regenerate nerves.

6. My niece shared some of your Pain-X with me on our recent vacation and was astounded at the relief it gave me for nerve damage and fibromyalgia. I hardly had to take any pain medication. It even helped with TMJ pain. Great stuff!!!!!  - R. T.

7. I am SO excited! I just spoke with my dad. He has been using the Neuropathy blend since he received it in early January. I just called and asked him how it was going. He said that they had forgotten to put it on the last three nights and he told my mom that they HAD to put it on tonight because he could tell a huge difference! I am so excited! What a blessing! - Amy K.

8. I like to use Sweet Marjoram for nerve pain. - Diane

Purchon, Nerys; Cantele, Lora, Complete Aromatherapy and Essential Oils Handbook for Everyday Wellness, 2014, 276-277.