Young Living Cool Azul Sports Gel

Okay.. we will admit.  This will seem like a strange post, but because of its weirdness, we feel it should be written.

Here’s the thing… hockey players take a beating, right?  It’s a rough sport and hard on the joints.  What we have learned is that several hockey players are turning to more natural remedies for relief.  It’s easy to become addicted to painkillers and players are smart today wanting to live a long and healthy life.  What they are using is this essential oils gel called Cool Azul.  The company Young Living makes this product and is known internationally for their high-quality essential oils.

Cool Azul Sports Gel… from Young Living: cool azul sports gel

Cool Azul™ Sports Gel is formulated with a full 10 percent of pure essential oils in every 3.4-oz. tube. Along with hydrating the skin, our sports gel boasts a topically cooling blend of Peppermint, Plectranthus Oregano, and Dorado Azul essential oils with menthol and camphor.

The naturally derived ingredients give Cool Azul Sports Gel a unique consistency that makes application convenient and easy for anyone, including physical, sports, and massage therapists alike. No matter your training or fitness level, Cool Azul Sports Gel is a perfect choice to use before or after physical activity.

Primary Features
• Formulated with 10 percent essential oils—a much higher percentage than most competitors
• Dorado Azul and Plectranthus Oregano essential oils are grown on Young Living farms
• Cool Azul Sports Gel has an invigorating yet relaxing aroma
• Aloe vera is a better formula base than water, which is found in many products

We are also finding out that hockey players are using these Young Living products for relief too:

Agilease Supplement
Ortho Sport® Massage Oil
Ortho Ease® Massage Oil
Deep Relief™ Roll-On
PanAway® Essential Oil Blend
Relieve It™ Essential Oil Blend
En-R-Gee Blend

Side note, although it should be another post, players are turning down energy drinks and using this oil blend called En-R-Gee. Hmm… maybe another post along with an interview with a hockey player is in order.

Until next time…

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