Wrist Reset : The Surprising Effect of Chamomile Oil for Carpal Tunnel Syndrome🌼😌

Wrist Reset : The Surprising Effect of Chamomile Oil for Carpal Tunnel Syndrome🌼😌

Hey there!

My mom has Carpal Tunnel Syndrome (CTS) 🙈, and researching this felt like stepping into a labyrinth of medical jargon and intricate diagrams. But as I sifted through the information, it began to paint a clearer picture of what my mom was going through.

The pressure on the median nerve in her wrist's carpal tunnel explains the persistent tingling and numbness she experiences in her thumb and fingers. 🫤

There’s also weakness in her grip that she drops a lot of things accidentally now. The pain and discomfort also keeps her up sometimes needing to shake and rotate her wrist throughout the night. 😓

My mom frequently uses 🤍Oleia Pure Oil🤍 and it helps her a lot with the wrist pain and the discomfort she feels.

But it got me thinking, maybe there’s another variant that could help? 🤔 AND THERE WAS! 🤯

I was so surprised stumbling upon this study where they tested the efficacy of topical chamomile oil for mild and moderate CTS.

So, here's the gist: The researchers wanted to see if chamomile oil could help people dealing with mild to moderate carpal tunnel syndrome (CTS). What they did was pretty straightforward: They got 86 patients who fit the bill for mild to moderate CTS and divided them into two groups.

One group got a combination of wrist splints and chamomile oil, while the other group got wrist splints and a placebo. They tracked their progress over four weeks, checking in on things like how they felt, their hand strength, and nerve function tests.

Turned out, the people using chamomile oil saw some real improvements compared to the placebo group. Their hand strength went up, they felt better overall, and their symptoms eased up significantly.

Oh! and their nerve function improved too, which is pretty neat. Although other nerve tests didn't show much change, this was pretty significant findings in my books! 🧐

So, what's the bottom line of the study? Well, it seems like using chamomile oil alongside traditional treatments might be a good idea for folks dealing with mild to moderate CTS. It seems to help both how they feel and what the tests show, which is promising. 🤩

With this finding, looks like I’ll be recommending mom to use 🌼Oleia Chamomile Oil🌼 everyday now. Of course, in conjunction with what her doctor recommended like wrist splints and the like, we like mixing it like that 😝

Do you have wrist problems too? Maybe being on the computer too much, typing, using your mouse is getting the better of your wrists? Why not give 🌼Oleia Chamomile Oil🌼 a try too and lemme know if it works for you?

Show me your bottle and I’ll show you mine? ‘Til next time! 💋


xo L


👀: https://pubmed.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/28107852/

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