Road Tested: Earth’s Care Triple Action Pain Relieving Ointment

As a runner and someone who works out with weights multiple times a week, I’ve had my fair share of aches and pains over the past couple of years.

In fact, it’s a joke among the people at the gym during my hour that there should be a personal safety/accident free countdown posted with the amount of times I’ve fallen (box jumps)/bled (sandbags – don’t even ask how I managed that one)/generally messed myself up in some way, shape, or form.

What can I say? I’m accident prone.

2016 has actually been fairly accident free as far as I’ve been concerned, which means I was overdue to injure myself.

And I did.

I’m now dealing with sore back muscles, which, in the grand scheme of things is low on the injury scale but still annoying.

From lifting weights? Oh, no no. That would be far less embarrassing than this. It would make sense even.

My back is sore from (of all things) wrapping presents. Yeah. I know. Adorable.

I like wrapping presents while sitting on the floor, in front of the television. Being that I’m not in my 20s anymore… and I’m nearly not in my 30s anymore, being hunched over for an hour at a time isn’t fantastic. I’ve wound up walking around with my hands on my lower back and hollering at kids to get off my lawn.

Then I realized they were my kids and I like them playing outside, so I let them stay.

When the opportunity presented itself from BibRave to try out Earth’s Care Triple Action Pain Relieving Ointment, I thought it was the perfect time to try a new-to-me product and hopefully fix myself up so that I could continue on with my wrapping and other various holiday merriment, pain-free.

One of the things that stood out to me immediately, before receiving the product, was the company’s dedication to both the environment and its customers. I always appreciate companies that care for the earth; it says so in its name and you can see it throughout their standards and product line.


The menthol aroma clears the sinuses completely and it instantly brought back memories of my dad using different medicated rubs after playing tennis. Ah, nostalgia.

Apparently I’m not as limber as I thought because applying it to my own back was not easy. After a bit of a struggle (read: flailing around, trying to rub the ointment into my lower back) I enlisted the help of my husband.

He complained that his hands will forever smell like “candy canes”. To which I politely pointed out that it could be far worse, and to quit his bellyaching.

It honestly felt amazing, like it settled into my muscles and worked its magic. What’s the magic, exactly? I’m going to go with the triple action formula of three natural ingredients: Camphor, Menthol, and Wintergreen Oil.

I’ve used the product for a couple of days now and it’s helped significantly. I consider that a win!

Finding Earth’s Care products in my area have proved a bit challenging; the closest store that carries it is 15 miles from here and over the tolled bridge. However, there is a 15% off your first order on the website and I’m planning on taking advantage of that deal.

What do you use for pain relief? 

Disclaimer: I received Earth’s Care Triple Action Pain Relieving Ointment to review as part of being a BibRave Pro. Learn more about becoming a BibRave Pro (ambassador), and check out to review find and write race reviews!

10 thoughts on “Road Tested: Earth’s Care Triple Action Pain Relieving Ointment

  1. Is this expensive stuff? Have herniated and bulging disks in both neck and back thanks to 28 years of nursing and the straw that broke my back…….lifting the leg of a 616 pound patient. Chiropractic helps but don’t always take that good care of myself. BTW I do my wrapping on my kitchen island……if I got down on the floor to do it might never get back up…

    • Hi Jean! For a 2.5 oz jar it’s $12.99. And ouch, it sounds like you might benefit! I’m not good at taking good care of myself, everyone and everything comes first, but it’s so important.

      And yeahhhhh, I was talking to my mom this morning and she chided me for not wrapping on the table or our kitchen island. But how would I watch television? 😉

  2. I neeeeeed dis. Lifting all the time means I’m sore. All the time. Literally. Always. My back and my shoulders and my legs.

    • I think it would be perfect for you, Kyle. I can see putting it too good use, especially with the usual “good sore” that comes along with lifting!

  3. Well, I want to smell like Candy Canes! Mostly kidding, but that’s awesome that it works and is environmentally friendly. I will definitely be checking this out when/if I get back to doing things that cause soreness, instead of laying on the couch.

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