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Everything you need to Know about Natural Release – For Humans

Everything you need to Know about Natural Release – For Humans

In this 2-minute video you will learn:

What Exactly is Natural Release Muscle & Joint

  • What is in it that makes it different
  • What does it do
  • Why it works.
  • Not menthol, no smell, no heat. Just Relief

Hey everybody!

This is Heath from Four Oaks Products, and today I want to talk to you about our latest product: Natural Release for humans. You may already be familiar with Natural Release for horses, but we’re excited to introduce its human version!

So, let’s dive right in and see what makes it special. Natural Release contains three all-natural ingredients. First up, we have Dead Sea Transdermal Magnesium. This ingredient is pretty cool because it’s a transdermal form of magnesium. You know how we all take magnesium supplements for leg cramps and muscle relaxation? Well, this transdermal form can actually penetrate the skin and reach deep into the tissues to release those tense muscles.

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But that’s not all! The second ingredient is arnica, and the third is eucalyptus. The Dead Sea Magnesium acts as a carrier, delivering the arnica and eucalyptus right to where they’re needed. This combination works wonders for reducing inflammation, making it great for bruises, joint inflammation, and those nagging aches in the neck, knees, and back.

Speaking of which, I personally use it on my knees and lower back every morning, and it makes a huge difference. It keeps that deep ache at bay and helps me get through the day pain-free.

I’ll be back with more videos that go into greater detail, but for now, that’s the lowdown on Natural Release for humans. Give it a try and have a fantastic day!
Cheers, Heath

NATURAL RELEASE – What is the difference between the Gel and the Spray.

NATURAL RELEASE – What is the difference between the Gel and the Spray.

Good day to you!

Heath here from Four Oaks Farm, keeping my promise to share more Natural Release ProTips. Today, I want to talk about the difference between the gel and spray forms. In other words, why would you buy one or the other…? Let’s jump right into it.

Here’s the scoop:
The Gel and Spray work their magic in exactly the same way. They will work identically. It all comes down to personal preference. The gel has a bit more viscosity, giving you that perfect opportunity for an invigorating massage. It’s fantastic! (and I really love the Roll-On). Personally, I start my day by applying the gel to my knees, lower back, and neck. It’s a refreshing burst of goodness to kick-start my old-guy mornings.

Now, let’s talk about the spray. The big plus with the spray is its speed and convenience! Throughout the day, I make sure to have the spray by my side. It’s a lifesaver when time is of the essence. No need to put in as much effort. I simply pull up my pant leg, give a couple sprays and a quick rub, and ta-da! Three seconds, and I’m good to go. Within minutes, NR does its thing and I quickly forget why I needed it in the first place.

To be honest, that’s the only difference between the gel and spray—purely personal preference. I use them both because they each have their own special role in my routine, providing me with the ultimate comfort and relief all day long.

If you’re eager to dive deeper into the world of Natural Release, be sure to stick around here on naturalreleaseshop.com. You will uncover more tips and information to help you make the most of your experience. I especially like the testimonials page where you can hear how others are using their Natural Release Muscle and Joint

Alright, my friends, I wish you an amazing day ahead. Take care of yourselves, and always embrace the joy that surrounds you.

Until next time!
Heath, Four Oaks VP

What is Natural Release for humans

What is Natural Release for humans

This is Heath, the guy in the video and company VP. This brief video is going to show you what Natural Release is, exactly what it does, and why it works.  Also be sure to check out some other posts to learn things like: What is the difference between the gel and spray, and specifics about what it can be used for, and even what it may not work on. .

Thanks for spending time with me.

Why is Fascia Release Important

Why is Fascia Release Important

Written By Heath Kizzier, Four Oaks Products, VP

“Why am I so stiff and sore today?!
Hint: *MUSCLE FASCIA: (The slick tissue between the skin and the muscle). “Stuck” fascia is a key reason we become muscle-bound/sore and eventually lose our normal range of motion.*

Recently we received an email from Frances, a Therapeutic Body Therapist in SoCal. Her comments about NATURAL RELEASE Muscle & Joint are terrific, and they also give us a chance to discuss how and why we often become sore and tight.

Following Frances’s note, we have added some brief explanations about fascia, and its role in muscle soreness. Yes, we all learned this back in high school biology, but I, for one, clearly need a reminder!

Here is Frances’s note: (She ordered six bottles of Natural Release and we asked her why.)

“Hi! The [Natural Release] product is great! It seems to melt layers of fascia that are stuck; breaks up the adhesions so wonderfully. So to answer your question, I bought it for myself and to give away a few bottles. I have some clients that need it very much. Also, you should be seeing other orders from the south bay area. I’m telling a lot of people and I think the chiropractor I work for will be getting some soon too. Okay off to work. Have a great night. Frances”
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So below, let’s learn about Fascia – and remember why we need to stretch! (borrowed from StretchCoach)

There are three main functions that the muscle fascia performs:
1. The fascia holds the muscle together and keeps it in the correct place.
2. The fascia separates the muscles so they can work independently of each other.
3. The fascia provides a lubricated surface so that the muscles can move smoothly against each other.


As stated above; when improving flexibility is the goal, the muscles and their fascia should be the major focus of your flexibility training.
When you are inactive for long periods of time, due to inactivity or injury, the muscle fascia starts to bind together. This prevents the muscles from moving freely against each other and leads to a stiffness or tightness that limits normal range of motion and prevents freedom of movement. Regular stretching will help to keep your muscles and their fascia in good working order and prevent them from seizing up.
If you have read this far, here are a few suggestions that we at Four Oaks have learned, and try our best to employ each day. They help!

1. Each morning stand in place with your hands at your sides. Slowly begin to twist your shoulders back and forth. Keep your arms loose, and they will sort of flap along with your shoulders. After a moment start to VERY slowly raise your arms as your shoulders continue back and forth. You will now look like a scarecrow in the wind. Keep doing this as your arms raise up. Eventually, they reach the top and then start back down until they reach your sides. You have now loosened every muscle in your upper body: Back, shoulders, neck, arms, and waist. Even your knees and legs loosen up. (Learned from Kim Kizzier, Applied Integrative Therapy. Thanks, Kim! It is an amazing morning ritual… even though it makes me look a bit daffy:-)

2. If you spend your day at a desk, stand up and move at least every 30 minutes. (It’s easy to get lost behind a computer for hours at a time!) Do ten knee bends or 10 toe touches, or ten jumping jacks. Even walking to the mailbox will help. The added benefit is that your mind needs the same rest as your body. Science tells us that the maximum length of mental efficiency without a break is 90 minutes. For most of us in is less than an hour. After that, our brainwaves falter, and we simply can not work at peak levels.

Okay, you should all be ready for a little stretch. Just Do It!
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