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Masons 100g Dog Oil for Massaging

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For external use only. Keep out of the reach of children. In the event of an allergic reaction stop using and see your doctor. This product is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure, or prevent any disease. Dog oil has the perfect viscosity to be applied as a massage onto the affected areas, its long lasting effect helps professionals and yourself use less quantity for a longer result. Ingredients Most of us are aware of the importance of exercise; it’s great for our heart, helps with weight loss and provides a variety of health related benefits. However with exercise comes risk of injury, and depending on the activity you’re doing it can put a lot of stress on your joints and may lead to problems later on in life. We are not saying don’t exercise; rather look after yourself before and after activities. Many of us are familiar with a good warm down, stretches and a protein shake… yet most of us neglect our joints. Massage has been proven to benefit joints both post and pre exercise. For hundreds of years, people have received tremendous benefits from massage. Whether by the release of tight, knotted muscles; or the remobilising of joints and connective tissue, enabling more freedom of movement; or simply the stimulation of blood flow promoting health across the entire body in innumerable ways or providing an overwhelming sense of relaxation. This fantastic, all natural massage is made solely by the finest Rapeseed oil and Petroleum Jelly and its been pass down through generations for its soothing properties. Frank (69) from Bruce Street, also keyed into the Internet to trawl up some history on dog oil, once highly valued by miners in relieving their work-a-day bumps, bruises and muscle strains. He declares: "I have used it over the years for joint aches and pains. It certainly does the job!"

Apply and massage thoroughly in the desired area. Particularly beneficial when applied after a warm bath or shower. FAQs What is Dog Oil?Mason’s Dog Oilis for people to use wherever massage is beneficial. It has been made by our family since 1920, starting with “Owd Bob” of Dukinfield, whose original recipe book has been handed down through generations. Testament to Dog Oil’searlier fame in the North of England is the “Dog Fat Song”, which can still be heard sung in Folk clubs. As well as massaging aches and pains, many athletes use dog oil for warming up", he adds. "We sponsor Ruth Chare, who retained her Tae Kwon Do (a form of martial art) world championship in Miami in November. Ruth has used dog oil for many years". Who else uses it? Many athletes, including long distance runners, tri-athletes, cyclists, wrestlers, rugby and football teams, find Dog Oilhelps them warm up muscles before taking part in sport, ease their muscles and joints afterwards and aid physiotherapy on damaged muscles, tendons and joints. Another who swears by the stuff is Frank Sephton. Within hours of my original article hitting the letter-boxes, he'd forwarded helpful details, pointing out that any canine element has, thankfully, been long replaced by a blend of vegetable and mineral oils. But its therapeutic claims remain.Can you use it on animals? Yes. It was originally used for massaging racing dogs,hence the name. It is still used for dogsand horses. The Mason family has made dog oil since at least 1920, Frank discovered and the secret has been handed down through the generations from 'Owd Bob', a pet-shop owner from Dukinfield, Lancashire. The recipe was found penned in Bob's notebook of pet remedies, leading to the belief that it was originally used for massaging greyhounds before being found to be beneficial to humans.

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