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How to make Bear Grease & What is Bear Grease for?

If you haven't tried out Bear Grease, you really should!! Bear Grease has helped my family with pain relief tremendously over these past few years.

It all started when our daughter was just a couple years old. She would wake up almost every night holding her legs and crying in pain. The Doctor couldn't see anything wrong with her legs so we figured it must be growing pains or juvenile arthritis. We tried soothing the pain with many methods but nothing seemed to work.. Until my daughters Grandfather (Gelineau Fisher) gave us a jar of Bear Grease. He said to rub it on her leg when it starts to hurt. We ended up trying it that night, and sure enough, it worked! We were shocked at how fast and how well it relieved her pain. To this day, our family still uses Bear Grease. Its our families #1 pain reliever.

USES FOR BEAR GREASE

Bear Grease is a Traditional Native American Medicine. It is known to have many uses such as,

Skin Care - Smoothes and moisturizes skin. Repairs dry, chapped, cracked skin. It relieves itch and helps heal cuts, minor burns and bug bites. It is also a great use on sunburns and swimmers itch.

Eczema- Bear Grease on eczema relieves skin irritation, itching, flaking and dryness, it aids in the healing and helps fight inflammation, helps moisturize the skin and regenerates skin cells.

Pain- Amazing pain relief also reduces stiffness and swelling. Great for arthritis, growing pains, headaches, back pain, carpal tunnel, leg and menstrual cramps, muscle stiffness, tendinitis, sore joints and pre/post exercising,

Cooking- Bear Grease can be used for any type of cooking that involves oil, including pan frying meat and oil in breads and pastries.

Hair- encourages hair growth and will grow out hair healthier and shiny. It restores hair regrowth to bald