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Untamed Tallow Pain Relief Balm - Muscle & Joint Relief - 2oz

Untamed Tallow Pain Relief Balm - Muscle & Joint Relief - 2oz

Regular price $35.00 USD
Regular price Sale price $35.00 USD
Sale Sold out - Next restock 5/31

No Fillers. No B.S.

Experience fast and effective relief with our Pain Relief Tallow Balm. The fast-absorbing tallow-based formula penetrates deeply into skin, providing long-lasting comfort at the source.

Melt away aches and pains with the warming power of Capsaicin, Cinnamon, Cajeput, and Clove. Soothe sore muscles with the cooling sensation of Camphor, Eucalyptus, Peppermint, and Wintergreen.

These natural remedies stood the test of time and scientific peer review. We use only the highest quality ingredients and 0 fillers to make our tallow balm the best cream on the market for joints and muscles.

Learn more about our ingredients below.

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Customer Reviews

Based on 4 reviews
New Favorite Topical (I’ve tried them all)

Every major competitive strongman or powerlifter has their favorite topical heat or pain cream - I have tried everything from tiger balm to horse lotion to icy hot. This is the best balm I’ve ever used - works rapidly and lasts a surprisingly long time. Gets my low back and elbows warm and ready to go for hard lifting sessions. Awesome product! Will be using regularly.

Aarthi Suguness

I have chronic, severe pain that stems from peripheral neuropathy and other medical conditions. Flare ups wake me in the middle of the night, and the neuropathy creates new areas of pain due to not being able to walk right or sit proper in an effort to relieve one pain (another pops up). I have tried so many natural and “Western” medical aids, and this is the only thing that has worked in the past 10 years of my conditions. I am skeptical af, and this gave me so much relief. Two days ago I fell at work bc of said neuropathy which has made my balance so poor and I was carrying a delivery order we just got in so didn’t have hands to break my fall. I completely crashed onto my left side (hip, knee), twisted my ankles, and bruised my right knee as well. Used this again especially on my hip, the joint is a bit messed right now, but this has helped so much. Probably gonna need more soon. Hope you get more orders, bc I told my pain therapy group about it! Tysm <3 fr.

Twisted fingers and wrist relief

The ingredients of this amazing topical is what made me try and I am so glad I did. I have shooting pain in 2 fingers that are turning and wrist arthritis.
I use morning and night and it does take my pain away.
Thank you Nick.

Mary Hendren

It has relieved my pain


100% Grass Fed, Grass Finished Tallow

Grass-fed, grass-finished tallow is extraordinarily compatible with human skin compared to petroleum or paraffin wax. This allows our balm to easily penetrate the skin barrier and deliver our curated pain-relieving ingredients deep into the joints and muscle tissue. It contains vitamins A, D, E, and K as well as high concentrations of oleic, palmitic, stearic, and conjugated linoleic acids. These regenerative, anti-inflammatory compounds sink deep into the skin, adding to the pain-relieving effects rather than simply forming a layer on the surface of the skin.


Camphor is an extract derived from cinnamomum camphora, containing multiple different compounds with analgesic and anti-inflammatory properties. Camphor is widely used for joint pain, nerve pain, muscle aches, and arthritis. Studies have shown that camphor may be able to modulate multiple different inflammatory functions, potentially inhibiting uncommon channels for inflammatory responses. This pharmacological property may prove advantageous in fighting inflammatory diseases that do not respond well to traditional anti-inflammatory treatments.


Naturally occurring in the seed membrane of peppers, capsaicin is the chemical responsible for the hot, burning sensation of spicy foods. Capsaicin is believed to stimulate the release of a chemical called “substance P," which is involved in transmitting pain signals through the nervous system. When supply of this chemical is exhausted, pain signals become less frequent. This reaction causes a sensation of heat that interferes with the brain's perception of pain, resulting in an analgesic effect. Topical capsaicin is widely used for chronic soft tissue pain, arthritis, and other musculoskeletal conditions due to its efficacy on deep joints like the hips and shoulders.


Ceylon Cinnamon (Cinnamomum Zeylanicum) has numerous health benefits including the ability to minimize inflammation. Cinnamon contains compounds like Cinnamaldehyde, which acts as a circulatory stimulant, increasing blood flow, thereby improving the distribution of oxygen and nutrients that are crucial to muscle and joint recovery. Cinnamon is commonly used to relieve joint pain from arthritis and rheumatism.


Peppermint essential oil (Mentha Piperita) is one of the most commonly used topical analgesics in over-the-counter pain products due to the high concentrations of L-menthol, a thoroughly studied counterirritant. Menthol induces a cooling sensation by activating TRPM8, a cold-sensitive receptor channel. As a result, menthol is effective in reducing acute and chronic nerve pain and joint pain. Menthol also modulates inflammatory regulating proteins known as cytokines, reducing pro-inflammatory cytokines (TNF- α & IL-6) and increasing anti-inflammatory cytokines (IL-10).


Wintergreen essential oil is derived from the leaves and berries of a mint-like shrub called Gaultheria Procumbens. It contains high concentrations of methyl salicylate, which is chemically similar to aspirin and metabolized by the body into the same pain-relieving compound– salicylic acid. Methyl Salicylate acts as a topical counterirritant with anti-inflammatory and analgesic effects that make it highly desirable for conditions like arthritis, muscular rheumatism, and tendonitis. Methyl salicylate is believed to cause a similar cooling sensation to menthol by activating nociceptive pain channel TRPA1. TRPA1 is also activated by substances like wasabi and mustard seed and is being researched as a mediation channel for inflammatory and vasodilatory responses.

Clove Bud

Clove Bud Essential Oil is derived from dried clove flower buds (Syzygium Aromaticum), and is mostly composed of the active ingredient eugenol. Eugenol is a well-documented anti-inflammatory, analgesic, and antinociceptive, meaning it prevents sensory receptors from detecting painful stimuli. Eugenol can also be found in high concentrations in clove leaves and stalks, but the oil from the bud also contains eugenyl acetate and caryophyllene oil, which act as soothing buffers to the otherwise irritating eugenol.


Eucalyptus essential oil is derived from the leaves of the blue gum eucalyptus tree (Eucalyptus globulus). Eucalyptus essential oil is included in the counterirritant category of topical analgesics, due to the cooling, numbing effect it has on the skin. Similar to cajeput oil, eucalyptus contains a high concentration of the phytochemical 1,8 Cineole (aka Eucalyptol), which is known to activate and desensitize nociceptors. This compound, as well as other components of eucalyptus essential oil, acts as an anti-inflammatory, circulatory stimulant, and analgesic.


Cajeput essential oil is derived from the leaves and buds of the cajeput tree (Melaleuca Leucadendron Cajuputi). Cajeput contains many anti-inflammatory phytochemicals including Terpenoids, Saponins, Flavonoids, Tannins, and Steroids. The phytochemical found in highest concentrations is 1,8 Cineole, also known as Eucalyptol. Eucalyptol has demonstrated topical anti-inflammatory and analgesic properties, and stimulates blood circulation when applied topically.